The teacher is now fighting for his job back, claiming that calling students by their preferred names goes against his First Amendment rights.
Being young, Jewish, and gay felt like an internal struggle that would never be resolved—until I learned to accept my multitudes of identities
My dad's desire for me to be a strong black son shaped me far more than I realized
It wasn't until they finally reconnected as adults that Emillio Mesa finally understood what it felt like to have a mother's acceptance
College seemed like an idyll where progressive ideals reigned—until the group created to foster community became the bullies
My college frat brothers didn't want me to hide who I was—but I had to learn to accept them first
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