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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What do you understand by the term ‘gay rights’?

2)

Are there gay rights movements in your country?

3)

Do you think ‘gay rights’ refers more to men or women?

4)

Do you think the term ‘LGBT rights’ (lesbian, gay, bilingual and transgender people) is a better description?

5)

Do people freely talk about gay rights in your country without feeling afraid?

6)

Are there laws in your country that discriminate against LGBT people?

7)

Do you think gay people should be able to hold high positions in religions?

8)

What issues that gays have to deal with are different from those lesbians have to deal with?

9)

What do you think of same-sex relations and the raising of children?

10)

Is marriage a relationship between only a man and a woman?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Do you think the issue of gay rights will disappear in the next few decades?

2)

Which nationalities do you think are most homophobic?

3)

In English, to ‘come out of the closet’ means to let people know you are gay. What do you say in your language for this?

4)

Is or was homosexuality a taboo subject in your country?

5)

What does the leader of your country say about gay rights?

6)

What do you think is the number one issue for gay rights groups?

7)

Why do you think some people are afraid of gay people?

8)

What jobs do you think discriminate most against gays?

9)

Do you always read articles about gay rights in newspapers?

10)

What law about gay rights would you like your government to pass?


 


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