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Glad Day Bookshop

Glad Day Bookshop is now carrying copies of Defying Gay Gravity. So if you happen to find yourself in the throws of downtown living (or visiting), pop in, check out my book and all the others by inspirational authors each with a story to tell and a perspective to share. Literature is an instrumental way to connect […]

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Upper Grand District School Board to receive anti-bullying resources c/o Local

In February 2014, due to teacher involvement in equity work through the Upper Grand Elementary Teachers’ Local, a mass order for books to be distributed as part of an anti-bullying kit initiative was placed. Due to the efforts of these individuals, and through on-going commitment to equity, a copy of Defying Gay Gravity will make its […]

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ETFO Voice – Winter Ed. 2013/2014

Following the GSA Conference hosted by ETFO in November 2013, there was a small write-up, featuring the event in the Winter Issue of ETFO Voice. The article entitled, “ETFO’s Second GSA Symposium” help to shed light on the work that we do while highlighting Defying Gay Gravity as a resource to assist educator’s in doing this […]

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A Different Booklist & Another Story Bookshop now carrying Defying Gay Gravity

Early in December, we approached Itah Sadu at “A Different Booklist” and the staff at “Another Story Bookshop” in Toronto to carry copies of Defying Gay Gravity. Both independent bookstores, that have longstanding reputations for promoting and advocating for books that equitably deliver narratives on pressing issues in our communities, graciously and delightfully accepted these […]

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ETFO’s Second GSA Symposium

I recently has the opportunity, on Friday, November 1st, to speak to a committed group of educator’s from schools and boards all over Ontario. This sincere pleasure allowed the book I wrote to get into the hands of people willing to use Gordi’s narrative to help them navigate some of the harder conversations with youth […]

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Find it in your Library?

With the school year underway, it’s such a treat to see educator’s tweeting about the debut of “Defying Gay Gravity” in their libraries. This shot was taken just hours before the books flew off the shelves at one school!

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Q: Why did you write Defying Gay Gravity?

Here’s one answer to the question I receive around why I wrote Defying Gay Gravity in the first place. For the longest time, I’ve held onto the regret of not having come out in middle school or high school. As a kid, I was taught by my peers and even by family members, that being […]

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Q: What does it mean to defy gay gravity?

Q: “What does it mean to defy gay gravity?”

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Equality Radio Interview, w/Randol White

We were in invited onto Equality Radio, a show hosted by Randol White in San Luis Obispo, California. Check it out.

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