The Hub of the Gay Universe: An LGBTQ History of Boston, Provincetown, and Beyond

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The Hub of the Gay Universe: An LGBTQ History of Boston, Provincetown, and Beyond

The Hub of the Gay Universe: An LGBTQ History of Boston, Provincetown, and Beyond

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Some, but not all, YP have been taught in school about heathy relationships and practising safe sex. The evidence suggests that very few LGBTQ+ YP have learnt about safe sex, healthy relationships, and unhealthy practices in relation to same-sex relationships. Some YP have never received relationships and sex education regarding LGBTQ+ relationships. Meanwhile, the words “blowjob,”“cosplay” and “trans” also saw considerable search growth in 2022, while “transgender” exploded in popularity to become America’s fourth-most-viewed category overall. There are some very effective teaching and learning materials for relationships and sex education and for online safety. A brand-new LGBT+ space for all has opened in a popular Sunderland city centre hot spot, bringing a 'safe space' for all to enjoy a light bite to eat, casual drinks and a handful of family-friendly activities. It’s important to remember that all YP – including LGBTQ+ YP – will have their own, distinctive experiences online. LGBTQ+ YP are particularly likely to encounter certain risks online, but not every LGBTQ+ CYP will experience all of these risks. It’s important to have conversations with the children and YP you support to find out how they use the internet, what risks they might be particularly likely to encounter, and how you can best support them to have safe and positive experiences online. That being said, LGBTQ+ YP may be particularly at risk of experiencing harm to their mental well-being as a result of experiences online.


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