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David Tyree and I: Gay Marriage

1.) Whether a group is a minority or not is irrelevant to whether they should have rights. 2.)The “Can’t let gays redefine marriage” argument is inherently flawed because str8 Americans have redefined marriage constantly over the years based on CURRENT … Continue reading

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Gender Status Out the Window

Like the right to marriage, gender is a very personal and individualistic part of lives. Who we marry has nothing to do with other people. Our gender status has nothing to do with others as well. These are personal life choices that the government is trying to regulate. Continue reading

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My Prom Experience

My Prom Experience & First Amendment Rights Continue reading

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We Do Not Control Our Image

Transgendered Image in the Media Continue reading

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