Recast | An Evening with Charlie McNabb
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Date: Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 6:08 PM
Presented by the Daniel J. Evans Library and
First Peoples Multicultural, Trans and Queer Support Center
Feb. 24, 2021 | 5pm – 6:00pm
Advanced registration is required | Free and open to the public
What do you do when Mom says, “You’re a woman now!” but you know you’re not a woman? Or when Dad keeps asking when you’re going to bring a girlfriend home, but you’re not interested in girls?
Puberty is an awkward and confusing time for anybody, but for queer youth, feelings of social and physical discomfort can be heightened. Adolescence should be a time for making social connections and exploring new ideas, but many queer youth must also wrestle with complicated identity questions, familial and social bigotry, and difficult decisions about whether to be safe or authentic.
In Queer Adolescence, personal accounts mingle with factual information and sensitive analysis to provide a snapshot of the joys and concerns of American lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual adolescents. Whether you’re a parent, a clinician, a teacher, or a queer person, this book will answer many questions and offer a way forward.
Join Charlie McNabb as they discuss their career and identities, their research methodology, and key topics in the book.
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