(iii) Anti-homophobic teaching resources

Association of Women Educators. (1998). Everyone is Special! A Handbook for Teachers on Sexuality Education. Sandgate QLD: Association of Women Educators.

Blumenfield, Warren J. (1992). Conducting Antiheterosexism Workshops: A Sample. In Blumenfield, Warren J. (ed.). Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price. Boston: Beacon Press.

Curran, Peter. (1999). ‘Well At Least They’re Doing Something’: Daring to Explore, Critique and Move Beyond Practices That Support Heteronormativity. Paper to Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. Melbourne, 1 December.

Fenaughty, J. (2019). Developing resources to address homophobic and transphobic bullying: a framework incorporating co-design, critical pedagogies, and bullying research. Sex Education, 19(6), 627-643. doi:10.1080/14681811.2019.1579707

Flood, Michael. (1993). Straightjacket. (Homophobia and Masculinity) XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 3(2), Winter.

Flood, Michael. (1997). Homophobia and Masculinities Among Young Men (Lessons in Becoming a Straight Man). Presentation to teachers, Professional Development Training, O’Connell Education Centre, Canberra, 22 April (copy available from author).

Forrest, Simon et.al. (1997). Talking About Homosexuality in the Secondary School. AIDS Education and Research Trust (AVERT), West Sussex.

Fry, K. M., Grzanka, P. R., Miles, J. R., & DeVore, E. N. (2020). Is Essentialism Essential? Reducing Homonegative Prejudice by Targeting Diverse Sexual Orientation Beliefs. Archives of Sexual Behavior. doi:10.1007/s10508-020-01706-x

GALE. (2000). Challenging Homophobia in Schools. Vancouver, BC: Gay and Lesbian Educators of British Columbia.

Health Promotion Service. (1999). Beyond a Phase: A Practical Guide to Challenging Homophobia in Schools. Avon.

Hussey, H. D. and T. L. Bisconti (2010). Interventions to Reduce Sexual Minority Stigma in Sororities. Journal of Homosexuality 57(4): 566-587.

Hyers, L. L. (2010). Alternatives to Silence in Face-to-Face Encounters with Everyday Heterosexism: Activism on the Interpersonal Front. Journal of Homosexuality 57(4): 539-565.

Liggins, Sally, Annenarie Wille, Shaun Hawthorne, and Leigh Rampton. (1994). Affirming Diversity: An Educational Resource on Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Orientations. Auckland: Auckland Education Unit, New Zealand Family Planning Association.

Michels, Deb. Countering Homophobia. On The Level, 1(1).

Miller, Kenton P. (1994). Blockout: Kit on Homophobia. Adelaide: Second Storey Youth Centre.

Miller, Kenton P., and Mahatmi. (2000). Not Round Here: Affirming Diversity, Challenging Homophobia - Rural Service Providers Training Maual. Sydney: Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission

Mole, Sandra. (1995). Colours of the Rainbow: Exploring Issues of Sexuality and Difference. London: Health Promotion Service, Camden & Islington Community Health Services, NHS Trust, St Pancras Hospital.

New South Wales Department of School Education. (1992). Violence Against Homosexual Men and Women: A Module of Six Lessons for Presentation of a Unit of Work on Homophobia. Sydney

Penley, Kenton, and Mahatmi. (1995). Block Out. (Anti-homophobic schools program) National AIDS Bulletin, 9(1), January-February.

Stewart, Chuck. (1999). Sexually Stigmatized Communities: Reducing Heterosexism and Homophobia: An Awareness Training Manual. Sage.

Thoneman, Abigail. (1999). Enabling and Disabling Conditions for Teaching Against Homophobia. Paper to Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. Melbourne, 1 December.

Trudinger, Mark, Cameron Boyd, and Peter Melrose. (1998). Questioning Sexuality: A Workshop in Progress. Dulwich Centre Journal, No. 4.