Talk:Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Canada

From UBC Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search


Thread titleRepliesLast modified
feedback 004:46, 26 March 2018
Feedback005:15, 2 December 2017
feedback007:08, 11 November 2017
Feedback002:33, 11 November 2017

Very interesting topic. I think it would be nice to include an overall conclusion or section that includes the future and what needs to be worked on more in order for the issue of sexual orientation discrimination in Canada to be resolved or at least sort it into going to a right direction

04:46, 26 March 2018

Great topic! I only have one suggestion. In order to provide some context, it would be nice to see some statistics on self-identifying LGBTQ people in Canada, in order to understand how many people this issue affects. In addition, some mention of other social locations that intersect with LGBT identification would help facilitate the discussion about intersectionality.

05:15, 2 December 2017

I think you could include a section dedicated towards intersectionality as well! This is a very interesting topic and I can't wait to read the final page.

07:08, 11 November 2017

Great topic, I was thinking of doing something similar actually. I think expanding on the health of sexual minorities will be very interesting and in my previous classes we have discussed it so there will be lots of literature on it. The LGBT community is discriminated against by medical staff and end up using the medical system less because of this. The discrimination they face both in and out of the medical system also leads them to higher rates of mental illness so not having access to proper medical care can be detrimental. I'm not sure if you're interested in this but the LGBT community gets greatly discriminated against within the parenting community as well, so I think adding that to your page would be a nice touch. With this, since you are doing discrimination within Canada, adding specifics as to which provinces the discrimination is the most severe and where the LGBT community is strongest, etc. would be a great addition.

02:33, 11 November 2017