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This Lesson 2 uses an LGBT+ topic of your choice (either trans women
being excluded from women-only spaces, OR being both an LGBT+
person and a person of faith) to explore the following aspect of
controversial issue engagement:

To begin with, some issues we shy away from entirely because they
are difficult for a number of reasons. We can be unsure of our place
to comment, feel like we don’t know enough OR that an issue is
too personal, and be unsure how to participate and afraid of the
consequences of engagement. This can mean that less meaningful
research or discussion around a topic takes place or that conversations
get shut down entirely, further clouding it in controversy.

Skill: Having the confidence in oneself and one’s position to engage in
discussion around a particular controversial issue; knowing what steps
one can take to bring about this feeling of confidence.

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