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This page is supported by

International Day Against Homophobia
17th May 2007
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and Surrey Police

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Following QBoy's documentary 'Coming Out to Class' shown as part of Channel 4's recent Gay Teen Awareness Week, QBoy comments about coming at in Schools, the EDA and government stating "This is a symbolic step towards equality for children in our schools. If we are lucky enough to get parliamentary support then I'd be very happy, but if the EDA is duly ignored for the most part, then it shows if nothing else, that the safety of gay teenagers in schools is of no consequence to the British Government, which is exactly what I intend to help change"


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