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Offensive language may be putting people off from the board game.
In high school, the teen struggled to find somewhere he belonged. Then came ballroom.
The school did not comment on alleged student suspensions.
The twins get real about self-hate and finding salvation in music.
This will be the first time in the school's 60-year history.
Ferhan Khan knew he wasn’t like other people at school, never having an attraction to the opposite sex but with a traditional Muslim family and section 28 preventing teachers from discussing same sex relationships he had nowhere to find out about himself until university. What happened was a difficult relationship with his faith, which through time, has been rekindled and he now talks about this through advocacy work in schools.
The "Gaycation" star connects politicians' anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and a rise in hate crimes.
There was just no information available for kids questioning things as frightening as gender and sexuality.