homophobia

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  • noun

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prejudice against (fear or dislike of) homosexual people and homosexuality

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Responding to name calling and acts of anti-LGBT bias appears necessary, but curricular inclusion of LGBT issues seems inappropriate.
Similarly, working to end anti-LGBT bias demands that heterosexuals acknowledge the advantages they enjoy as members of the dominant culture, and take ownership of the role they play in sustaining a heterosexist society.
In 1990 schoolteacher Kevin Jennings set out to stop anti-LGBT bias in Boston-area schools.
The new campaign aims to raise awareness among straight teens about the prevalence and consequences of anti-LGBT bias and behavior in America's schools.
Accomplishments: Recipient of Posse Foundation and Jackie Robinson Foundation college scholarships; created speaking campaign as a high school senior to address anti-LGBT bias in schools from junior highs to universities; received certificate of recognition for outstanding contributions to Hamilton College: was featured speaker, Massachusetts Youth Pride Rally, 2001; keynote speaker, Spirit of Justice Awards, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, 2005; honoree of Youth Who Make a Difference, Boston Pride 2005