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New lessons could prevent homophobic attacks

Teaching the new LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum will promote an accepting society, says Lou Liddle-McGhee, the family and youth engagement manager at Northern Pride

Having been an LGBTQ pupil under Section 28 then going on to work in the education sector, where I have been for the past 18 years, compulsory LGBTQ inclusive Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is something I believe has been a long time coming.

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