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Kindergarten Cross-Dressing Lesson Plan

Kindergarten Cross-Dressing Lesson Plan

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Published by: Clay Bowler on Jun 26, 2012
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i am asking you to do somethinganythingeveryday to changethe way that we as a culturehave been dealingwith difference.
- k. bornstein -
a curriculum resource for elementary school classrooms
lee hicks
thanks and acknowledgements
I began this project in 2009 for one specific, fantastic, both/and kid.I continued it for the rest of us.I would like to send this curriculum document off into the world with the same blessing as I gave thevideo:
this is for small and big people who are both/and.
The video itself could not have been completed without the generous time and talents of several peopleother than myself, including;
Carol Culhane
, who composed, played and recorded all of the music that is much, much more thanbackground. Thank you for this, and also for being the best friend in the history of ever.
with gratitude for a rainy sunday afternoon
by Carol Culhane
Lilly Flawn
, voiceover artists extraordinaire, who gave up an entire weekend afternoon withonly
some vegan banana bread and my undying gratitude for thanks… amazing.
Peggy Sleegers
who, along with Carol Culhane, helped me figure out and finagle enough of the stuff I
know about sound recording to make the video sound good.Very significant thanks also to
The Elementary Teachers of Toronto
, whose generous funding madethe video production of 
possible.I would also like to thank 
Javier Davila
Ken Jeffers
at the TDSB office for Gender Based ViolencePrevention for ongoing support of this project and of teachers and students in general.Special thanks to both
Tara Elliott 
 Alex Duffy
Egale Canada
for believing in this project andfor welcoming it into a very good home on
 To everyone who has attended screenings and discussion groups to participate in curriculumdevelopment for this project; thank you for your energy and your many brilliant thoughts and ideas.
To all of the many others who have supported and inspired this project 
thank you
Much of the
text was quoted and/or paraphrased from the introduction to
Hello Cruel World:101 Alternatives to Suicide for Teens, Freaks and Other Outlaws
by Kate Bornstein,7 Stories Press,
2006Many thanks to everyone at 
7 Stories Press
for facilitating the legal use of this material, and especiallyof course to the magnificent 
Kate Bornstein
for generously allowing me to work directly from herwords and ideas for this project.
This document was made to be shared.Feel free to share it.Please share often.Lee Hicks
is a visual artist, trans activist and elementary school teacher living in Toronto, Ontario.Comments, stories and suggestions to the author are welcome:leehicks30@gmail.com
morethan anything elsewe want toloveand be loved.
- the Skills and Principles of Loving -

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