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Students who have already successfully completed LGLS 0903 or LGLS 1002 (R050) cannot earn credit for this course. Chaz Bono and "Dancing with the Stars." From the decriminalization of sodomy to the legalization of same-sex marriage to the implications of gender reassignment, sexual orientation and gender identity are some of the most rapidly changing subjects in society today.

Students who are under Core and take this course in fall 2008 or after will ONLY fulfill the Race requirement for Core. The progression (and regression) of societal attitudes toward differences based on sexual orientation and gender identity have led to legal developments that affect the lives of individuals in larger communities (LGBT and otherwise).

Two YARN stories have won Magazine Merit honors from the SCBWI (Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators), and the journal has also won an Innovations in Reading Prize from the National Book Foundation. Being around other people’s words is really invigorating. Kerri: So true, Diana—that storyline has been a common one from the start. I’m curious: Do any writers ever mention the WNDB movement in a query letter? Also, sometimes the “send more work” is because we’re running some pieces during a season that may deal with a similar theme. I also learn so much from the writers we publish, and from seeing what people are compelled to write about.

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