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Should schools teach LGBT history?

The history books at California school’s are on the brink of change...
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Yes I think it's good!

by LOLGirl109 on 8/22/2013 3:46:59 AM


i think we should be able to marry whoever we want to. its our choice. i say yay cuz i think we should be educated about this. just cuz were lesbian, gay, or bi dont mean were evil. we can love who we want to! i think GL should really write a aricle on lesbian gay bisexual.

by gshiftskull on 7/3/2013 1:00:17 AM


I just want to say, it would mean so much to me if GL posted an artical about gender identities, sexual orientations and other things of the matter. I don't just mean lesbian, gay,bi. I want as many things as possible to be included. Asexual, gender queer, gender fluid, pansexuals(like me). I think it would be really helpful just by educating about these things along with the difference between gender identification and sexual orientation. Please take this into consideration, it would mean a lot to me along with many other teens.

by braveemily on 2/9/2013 3:58:20 PM


I vote YAY all the WAY!!! Why don't we now? LGBT people are really no different from the rest of us, and yet they're treated as if they are evil, or like jokes. It isn't fair.

by dramaticstar on 1/18/2013 4:15:56 PM


I definently would vote YAY. We should be taught a bit about this. Saying nay would be like saying because we don't believe in the Greek gods & goddesses, we shouldn't be taught about Ancient Greece. I feel this should be taught because people should be informed. Some people are making decisions on LGBT matters blindly and uneducated. They are judging based solely on opinions instead of facts. I personally support LGBT matters even though I don't know many people who do. I'm a 13 yr old Christian but I support this all the way. Gays are humans same as you and me, and we should be taught about their history, just like we are taught about African-American history.

by XXi'mmyownmeXX on 10/26/2012 9:52:57 PM


I believe it should be in textbooks for high school. The big governemnt debate on gay marriage is a huge thing. I'm religeous but i still support anyone who is gay because it believe that it is not a choice. I know that the bible says that it isn't real marriage if it isnt a woman and a man, and i guess i agree with that. however i dont think it is our choice on whether or not someone can be married. I think thought that because some families feel so strongly about the issue that it would cause problems with schools since some parents may not want their kids to know about gay people

by lpstride on 9/21/2012 11:58:47 PM


Abso-flippin'-lutely. My uncle is gay and my aunt has supported him, fought for him, and loved him for 27 years. I am a big supporter of LGBT rights, and this would be SO awesome for us. I vote YAY all the way.

by writer_angel13 on 7/10/2012 1:47:29 AM


Hey everyone! Anyone who supports gay rights, whether you're gay or straight, should totally come join my club, "Gay (Gay Straight Alliance)". You can come for advice, activism, or just to hang out. Remember: gay rights are human rights. See ya! Smile

by veggiegirl999 on 5/24/2012 7:43:37 PM


Gay marriage is subject that not everyone agrees upon. The government should not force schools to teach us things that are against our beliefs. That being said, in the older, more mature grades, I believe that it could be mentioned, but the students shouldn't be told what to believe on the issue.

by spencer9800 on 2/21/2012 8:28:40 PM



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