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Apr 15

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Gender and Sexuality Diversity Panel

I will be participating in the program on Gender and Sexual Diversity at the Lowell School, Washington DC, on April 23, 2013, at 7:00 pm. Also on the panel with me will be Dr. Edgardo Menvielle, of George Washington University and Children’s National Medical Center; and Kisha Webster, Associate Director of Welcoming Schools (HRC). There will be time for questions and answers.From the program announcement:

Whether we talk about it or not, gender and sexuality are part of our everyday lives—from Happy Meals and fairy tales to news about same-sex marriage. Children are constantly absorbing and interpreting the subtle messages around them and adults need to help them decode those messages. Learn how parents and schools can partner to support children’s gender and sexual identity development and their respect for one another.

Among the questions we expect to discuss are:

  • How do the media messages that surround my child impact their identity development?
  • What is the difference between gender expression and gender identity?
  • Should I be talking top my young child about sexuality diversity? If so, how?

The program again is presented by the Lowell School, Washington DC.  It is possible (though not necessary) to register in advance: 202-577-2000 or parented@lowellschool.org. Website.

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