I'm working on writing a seminar dialogue that I will be presenting along with my two co-leaders. The three of us are all co-presidents of our school's Gay Straight Alliance. I want to lay down the basics of sexuality and discuss what history, politics, religion and society have to offer in terms of how we understand sexuality today...in about 30 minutes. I have already planned to have a five, maybe ten minute Q&A session because it is a lot to handle. I'm going to be educating my peers, 14-18 year olds and I want to make sure that I'm answering the questions they may be afraid to ask when surrounded by people who know them.
What is really important for me to bring up and mention so that those who hear us speak will leave having learned something about themselves and those around them?!
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