Discussion Part6 Discussion content | State of discussion Everyone's opinion | Our opinion
・How we can create an environment for LGBT people where they can easily come out?
・What would you do if your friend came out to you?
Q. How to make it friendlier for LGBT people to come out?
The only way is to get to know about LGBT.
That's the start!
Then how do you teach from a young age?
But since we were young, we naturally learn through fairy tales that love exists between the opposite sexes.
It is difficult to change the perceptions ...
However, I think that it is important to get to know first by teaching at the school's health and physical education lesson.
Specifically, I want you to know what is hard for LGBT people.
What if your friend come out?
I guess it depends on person
I can accept as long as this person is my close friend ...
Even if I were in a position to come out, I can not tell people who are not close to me.
When you were being come out, you have to be careful what you say
You can not deal with this unless you know about LGBT after all
We know what to say to LGBT people because we know they are suffering, but if we did not know, we would not know what to say.
Then I think that it is good to give a lecture about LGBT after all
I would not spread a word if the person asked me not to say anything
If others understand that you are LGBT, your everyday life may be easier and it depends on the person's wishes
I will check with the person if this person wants me to inform other people when this person come out.
What do you think?
Everyone's opinion at the meeting
・Get to know that LGBT people are suffering
・Lecture on LGBT
・Teaching about LGBT in Health and Physical Education class
・Be considerate when you are being come out
・Respect the intention of the person who came out
When you are being come out, you should appriciate your friend came to you to come out because your friend trusted you and wanted to tell you.
I think that it is good to thank your friend and should ask your friend what the expectation is.
Certainly, you would be confused if you were being come out without knowing anything about LGBT.
I think it is important for adults to teach knowledge about LGBT to young generations.