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Houston School Responds To Gay Student’s Viral Video
Mother of Louisville student expelled because of rainbow cake files lawsuit
You have rights as a student in public school. You have the right to express your gender, and it is unlawful for your peers or teachers to harass or treat you differently because of your gender. No matter what sex you were assigned at birth, you have the right to cut your hair and wear your clothes in a way that matches your gender identity. If you have to wear a drape or tuxedo for your senior portrait, you have the right to wear whichever matches your gender identity. You have the right to be called by the gender pronouns that you specify.
Scott Morrison will change the law to ban religious schools expelling gay students
Jacobson told The Courier Journal that the school does not comment on pending litigation. It says the girl — identified only by her initials, K. This decision — when, where, and how to 'come-out' — is a profound endeavor that is the sole right of an LGBTQ person. And yet K. A screenshot of the post was included in the email from Jacobson, who leads the private school for preschoolers through 12th graders.