SFU Seminar

Burnaby Schools SOGI Background and FAQ

Reasons Faith Communities Should be LGBTQ+ Inclusive

Quick Responses Supporting LGBTQ content

How Young Can SOGI Go?

Dear Families….Can We Talk About Inclusive Language?

LGBTQ+ Students in British Columbia: 12 Evidence-Based Facts

Importance of Family Well-being for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual East Asian Youth

SOGI 123 Resource Site  – an optional resource for educators.  Provides some excellent videos for Professional Development and enhancing understandings.

SOGI 123 Parent Brochure – Also available in multiple languages at https://www.sogieducation.org/parents (near the bottom of the page)

Qmunity Definition Cue Cards – cards that can be used in activities to help participants broaden their understandings of the diverse vocabulary that relates to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

Qmunity Defintions Cue Cards Powerpoint Version  – the same definitions as above, but organized into a Powerpoint for convenience when working with large groups.

Drag pedagogy: The playful practice of queer imagination in early childhood

The Gender Tag Project – and exploration of gender and its implications

The Gender Tag provides an interesting way to explore some of the issues around Gender expression and gender identity and people’s experiences with them.  The questions that are the catalyst for the project can be used independently of the online project to begin conversation about how we understand and experience gender.

The Gender Tag: Authentic Gender Expression – Ashley Wylde – TEDxCSU

YouTuber Ashley Wylde (who identifies as non-binary) describes an online project, The Gender Tag Project, which uses 10 guiding questions to encourage people to explore their experiences of gender.  This video provides some thoughtful commentary on the social construction of gender stereotypes and decision-making regarding gender expression.

(16:01 mins)

The Gender Tag (explanation video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx8UGY6TKfM (8:19 mins)

The Gender Tag Project is a YouTube tag video that encourages individuals to answer a set of ten prompts relating to their experience with gender in the form of a YouTube video posted to their personal channel.

My “The Gender Tag” video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zf9h0…

The Gender Tag Prompts
1. How do you self-identify your gender, and what does that definition mean to you?
 2. What pronouns honor you?
 3. Describe the style of clothing that you most often wear.
 4. Talk about your choices with body hair. How do you style your hair? Do you have facial hair? What do you choose to shave, or choose not to shave?
 5. Talk about cosmetics. Do you choose to wear makeup? Do you paint your nails? What types of soaps and perfumes do you use if any?
 6. Have you experienced being misgendered? If so, how often?
 7. Do you experience dysphoria? How does that affect you?
 8. Talk about children. Are you interested in having children? Would you want to carry a child if that were an option for you? Do you want to be the primary caretaker for any children you may have?
 9. Talk about money. Is it important to you to provide for a family financially if you choose to have one? Is it important to you that you earn more than any partner you may have? Do you prefer to pay for things like dates? Are you uncomfortable when others pay for you or offer to pay for you?
 10. Anything else you want to share about your experience with gender?

Ashley Wylde is a queer and gender nonbinary writer, activist, and travel enthusiast. Wylde publishes YouTube videos weekly on her channel Ashley’s Wylde Life, and is the creator of The Gender Tag Project, a project exploring the complex ideas of sex, gender roles, gender identity, and gender expression, which has inspired over 1,000 individual videos responses.




Inclusive Classrooms Infographic


A couple of advocates / activists that I find really informative:




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