[E–pub/Pdf] (My Chacha is Gay) AUTHOR Eiynah
Short story about a Pakistani boy named Ahmed and his chacha aternal uncle who as the title may have tipped you off is gay Pretty much the entire text is an argument is gay Pretty much the entire text is an argument why homophobia is wrong which is needed but I think it would ve been stronger if a bit had been writtenshown just to normalize chacha s relationship with Faheem This children's book is set in Pakistan and deals with the issue of homophobia "With All The Religious "all the religious
And Extremism In Pakistan extremism in Pakistan important to ush back with the arts and with education The best way to do this is to start early and teach our children ,
Learner Strategies in Language Learning pakistani and ueer contentlus had urdu words and script Very sweet and robably the best script for explaining homophobia to young children that I ve seen Sure it would be nice if we never had to but that s not always the case The art is great if we never had to but that s not always the case The art is great No. Olerance and diversity from a young age The book also aims to show the rest of the world that all Pakistanis cannot be defined by the terrorism and intolerance you see in the media We are a varied eople amongst us there are many kind gentle and diversity loving sou.
Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä EiynahT my favourite art style but the ictures are brightly coloured and appealing to kids the ictures are brightly coloured and likely appealing kids s a little heavy handed there s a Paradise Run picture of a crying heart behind bars but what LGBT book for kids isn t It s nice to see ueerositive messages for
kids from different cultures I especially liked all the happy objects in space at the end. Ls But sadly from different cultures I especially liked all the happy objects in space at the end. Ls But sadly voices are drowned out or silenced by extremists Some have redictably found this book 'controversial' Euality should not be controversialbut sadlyit is Has beenthroughout history in different contexts Education is key to combatting such a mindset.