Who do you look up to? Most people have a role model—someone who represents the person they want to be more like, who represents the characteristics they value. Athletes, celebrities, parents, politicians, religious leaders, and even friends can be role models. But many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people don't see people they relate to in their families, schools, or churches. That makes it so much more important to recognize the contributions of the gay and lesbian role models in the forefront of popular culture today. Learn more about some of the most prominent gay and lesbian role models, including late politician Harvey Milk, Bishop Eugene Robinson, Congressman Barney Frank, comedian Ellen DeGeneres, and former NBA player John Amaechi. By taking a stand as leaders in the community, they became role models to LGBT people of all ages around the world.
|Series:||Gallup's Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Lifestyle Series|
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|Age Range:||12 - 15 Years|
Table of Contents
1 The Importance of Role Models 9
2 Role Models in Hollywood 19
3 Role Models in Politics and Religion 37
4 Role Models in Sports 48
About the Author and the Consultant 64
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