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The Act of Not Coming Out: Queer Resistance to Heteronormativity
I came out before I realized that I did not need to come out.
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The Curriculum That Distances Us
Learning about our history is a choice many minority students make in our college careers. We take ethnic studies courses in hopes of gaining a better understanding of our identities. However, in a diverse country like the United States, why isn’t this mandated in the K-12 curriculum? Why must we have to seek it on our own?
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“Well… do you like it?” Jessie’s dad asks, standing by her side as they both look at the new vanity he made for her.