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Supporting young trans people’s rights to health and happiness article icon

Education & Development 

Supporting young trans people’s rights to health and happiness

Transgender and non-binary children and young people are more visible than ever – but their voices are not often heard.

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Five things to know about being disabled and LGBTQ article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Five things to know about being disabled and LGBTQ

Disabled people are often wrongly assumed not to have sexuality or interest in sex! Here, Jamie Hale reels off 5 things you need to know about being disabled and LGBTQ...

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Review: Bisexuality: Identities, Politics and Theories by Surya Monro article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Review: Bisexuality: Identities, Politics and Theories by Surya Monro

Danni Glover reviews a solid theoretical introduction to the social study of bisexuality.

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Methods in Motion: Developing psychosocially informed self-help on gender article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Methods in Motion: Developing psychosocially informed self-help on gender

Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Meg-John Barker challenges the 'gender is binary and fixed at birth' narrative.

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Do fictional characters shift perceptions of transgender people? article icon

History & The Arts 

Do fictional characters shift perceptions of transgender people?

New research in America suggests that characters like Laverne Cox's Sophia Burset in Orange Is The New Black may have more impact on how society reacts to transgender people, than the reported experiences of real people. Erica L Rosensthal and Traci Gillig share some of their findings.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Timeline: LGBTQ History

Explore some snapshots of LGBTQ history with our timeline. 

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Workshops on gender diversity – helping us move from insults to inclusion. article icon

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Workshops on gender diversity – helping us move from insults to inclusion.

How can we tackle the bullying of transgender youth in schools? Can workshops on gender diversity help?

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What's life like for Jordan's LGBTQ community? article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

What's life like for Jordan's LGBTQ community?

Jordan removed legal punishments for same-gender relationships nearly two decades before the UK decriminalised consensual gay male intercourse. But day-to-day life for LGBTQ people in the country isn't easy. Nora B reports.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Chelsea Manning: An OpenLearn reading list

As one of the last acts of his presidency, Barack Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence and she will be released from prison within weeks. We've dipped into some of the background to her case

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History & The Arts 

OpenLearn Live: 8th November 2016

Lincoln's balancing running-mate didn't cover himself in glory in the top job; why peace deals don't always deliver for queer people; can government make you happy? Learning and research from across the day.

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OpenLearn Live: 4th November 2016 article icon

History & The Arts 

OpenLearn Live: 4th November 2016

Was Europe caught in an epidemic of Vampires in the late 1720s? Why is a bank moving beyond the gender binary? What's the problem with sanitary pads in China? Free learning and research from across the day.

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Rio 2016: A Caster Semenya reading list video icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Rio 2016: A Caster Semenya reading list

Caster Semenya's 800 metres victory at Rio hasn't been met with universal acclaim, as it reopens the debate over hyperadrogenic atheletes.

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