Hear Me Out: True Stories of Teens Confronting Homophobia
Produced by Planned Parenthood of Toronto.
Published by Second Story Press, 2004.
|More and more gay teens are talking. They are speaking about
their lives, about the realization of their sexuality, and the consequences for
themselves. These young people discuss the reactions of their friends and
families, their schoolmates and society in general.
Now presented in a book of twenty true stories, these heartfelt memoirs, which were originally presented orally in schools, speak poignantly about the lives of young people today. Coming Out. Hiding Out. Just Being Out. There are many overriding themes in this collection of stories from Teens Educating And Confronting Homophobia (T.E.A.C.H.), but these three capture the essence of what it means to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and young.
This unique anthology celebrates the bold and tender storytelling that volunteers have shared with thousands of youth in schools and community settings.
Intended for ages 13-19.
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