Here's a brief list of suggestions for the child who gets teased by other children for having gay parents, probably because they have homophobic parents or teachers. The suggestions are, however, useful for any type of teasing. Interestingly enough, we don't talk about teasing in our communication texts and yet it's an extremely important and often hurtful form of communication.

1 comment:

Andrew Rancer said...

Teasing is a form of verbal aggression (DiCioccio; Rancer & Avtgis, 2006).