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Federal Policy on Anti-Gay Bullying

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Gregory Fratellone

on 15 June 2011

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Transcript of Federal Policy on Anti-Gay Bullying

Preview of Main Points
1. State anti-bullying laws and proposed federal laws

2. Practices to be incorporated into a federal anti-bullying policy

3. The benefits of these practices
A vulnerable population in their schools
Two Proposed Federal Laws
1. Safe Schools Improvement Act

2. Student Non-Discrimination Act
What's the hold up?!
"No Promo
Homo"

Promoting
Acceptable
"Lifestyle"

Changing students
beliefs

There needs to be a federal law in place that includes several practices
1. School anti-bullying policies including sexual orientation or gender identity

2. Teacher intervention & training of teachers on effective strategies

3. School-based support groups (Gay-Straight Alliances)

4. LGBTQ people and issues in curriculum & access to LGBTQ resources
What's
the
future?
School anti-bullying policies including sexual orientation or gender identity
Fewer homophobic remarks

Less harassment

Fewer suicide attempts
Teacher intervention & training of
teachers on effective strategies
Feel safer in school & receive higher grades
School-based support groups
(Gay-Straight Alliances)
Fewer homophobic remarks

Less harassment

Sense of belonging
LGBTQ people & issues in curriculum and access to LGBTQ resources
Feel safer in school

Less social aggression
Take Action!
Have a voice!

https://secure.aclu.org/site/Advocacy?pagename=homepage&id=1937&page=UserAction&s_src=UNW100001ACT&s_subsrc=snda_fb
Thank you!
"There is a difference between being teased and being tormented."
"I wish it wasn't a normal part of growing up."
"In recent years, it has
gone to extremes."
"I think that bullying is a normal experience growing up; but it absolutely shouldn't be."
Federal Policy for Anti-Gay Bullying
Gregory Fratellone
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