Matthew Todd Says Teaching Love and Tolerance Is Key in LGBT Relationships Education Row
Matthew Todd has published his next book ‘Pride’ which chronicles the history of gay rights activism, going to the first riot at Stonewall, which is celebrating the 50th anniversary. He weighs in on the protests currently happening in Birmingham, with parents arguing against the teaching of LGBTQ relationships in schools and why it’s important to teach children about love and tolerance.
Matthew Todd reads from Straight Jacket | Penguin Pride
Matthew Todd reads from his book Straight Jacket at Penguin Pride at Proud on 5 July 2017. The book looks at the state of the mental health of gay men and the wider LGBT community, and asks whether gay people are as happy as they should be, and what’s holding them back. Penguin Pride at Proud is a one-night festival of books, poetry and music celebrating LGBT literature.
Gay rights: Life under Section 28 | BBC Newsnight
30 years ago Section 28 was introduced. It was – the now repealed – clause of a local government act, to stop a council promoting the teaching of the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship. That’s a quote. The prominent gay writer and journalist Matthew Todd – he was editor at Attitude magazine for many years – was in school in those days, and looks back now, at the effect it had.
Matthew Todd: How To Be Gay And Happy | Lorraine
Why do so many LGBT people suffer from mental health problems? | BBC Newsnight
Matthew Todd meets Prince William to tackle LGBTQ bullying
Matthew Todd, author of STRAIGHT JACKET, talks about getting Prince William to be the cover star on his final issue of Attitude Magazine
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