GFM Archive : Gay Freedom Movement notes and quotes

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GFM Archive : Gay Freedom Movement notes and quotes
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English
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Larry Chang/GFM
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Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )

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Abstract:
These are questions prepared for a panel discussion in Jamaica in November 1979. The questions include 1. what are the views of the Association on the recent removal of Homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses by the ... 2. Are these views those of Jamaican psychiatrists and psychologists in general? 3. (IF views negative) a. De you subscribe to the view that Homosexuality is an illness? b. what evidence is there of this? c. ls it possible that these 'symptoms' are the result of other causes eg. repression by society? 4. Are there any plans for educating the public into a more rational attitude towards homosexuals? 5. what are your views on homosexual teachers? Should male teachers, For example be allowed to teach in all boys schools?
Funding:
Support for the development of the technical infrastructure and partner training provided by the United States Department of Education TICFIA program.
General Note:
The second document has quotations on Gay freedom

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Caribbean IRN
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Caribbean IRN
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AA00001491:00001


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18/11/79


Questions for Panel Discussion of the 27th


1. What are the views of the Association on the recent removal of Hemosexuality

from the list of mental illnesses by the .......

2. Are these views these of Jamaican psychiatrists and psychologists in

general?

3. (If views negative)

a. Do you subscribe to the view that Homosexuality is an illness?

b, Wh t evidencq4s there of this?

c, Is it possible that thes& 'symptoms' are the result of other causes

eg. repression by society?

d.

4. Are there any plans fir educating the public into a more rational atti-

tude towards homosexuals?

5. What are your views on homosexual teachers? Should male teachers, for

example be allowed to teach in all boys schools?


















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