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Books about dealing with homophobia

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Media' started by Lexa, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. Lexa

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    I am looking for a good book (or good articles on the internet) on how to deal with homophobic people. Is there a book (or any articles concerning this subject) that you can recommend?

    I still tend to be quiet instead of defending myself when confronted with homophobic remarks, especially when I didn't see them coming. I would like to change that, learn to defend myself better.
     
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    This is not a book specifically about homophobia but it has helped me and it might help you as well. The name of the book is ¨What You Think of Me is None of My Business¨ by Terri Cole-Whittaker.
     
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