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PULECIO, MAURICIO. When Oliver kissed another boy, his best friend, Dick. Literary languages and violent language directed at LGBT youth in the school system. CS [online]. 2015, n.15, pp.18-39. ISSN 2011-0324.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/recs.i15.1986.

This paper analyzes the way in which homophobic offensive language perpetuates discrimination against LGBTQ youth in the school system. Although it exemplifies a global problem, the Colombian case articulates a local answer. Results from fieldwork conducted by the author in elite high schools in Bogotá are shown to illustrate how verbal expressions of hate permeate the educational realm. Also, some literary pieces are studied, especially those from the poet and novelist Fernando Molano Vargas (1961-1998). The inclusion of his works in educational curricula is advocated. Literary language is opposed to hate language, to express ways to resist the latter that are able to legitimate non-heterosexual affects

Palabras clave : LGBT; discrimination; language; literature; education; youth; sexual diversity; Fernando Molano.

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