On 18 March 2015 at 12:59, Marc A. Pelletier <marc(a)uberbox.org> wrote:
For instance, would a Russian Kids' Wikipedia
carefully avoid "promotion
of homosexuality" as their law now demands (to pick one salient example
Yes it would.
Though this has been bounced about as a project for many years, with a
few reasonable examples being implemented (invariably having issues
for long term maintenance), it is a difficult and debatable business.
The topic of LGBT is a good test, as making educational materials
available to children addressing sexuality and gender is always
controversial, and at the same time there is no doubt that it is
P.S. The Wellcome Collection in London has a free, year long,
exhibition on sexology. Worth dropping in and pondering how this type
of educational material can or should be made available to children
and young adults via open knowledge.