• Petitioned Knox county career center superintendent Bernie Pachmayer

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Knox county career center superintendent Bernie Pachmayer

stop discriminating LGBT youth in your school

    1. kyle sayre
    2. Petition by

      kyle sayre

      mount vernon, OH

My friend gaoes to the career center and he dyed his hair blonde but the superintendent Mrs. Pachmayer told him he needed to change it because it went against the dress code the problem is that that clause was taken out of the handbook for the 2012-13 school year and also the cosmetology lab is allowed to have their hair any color they want to. My friend shaved his head and then was sent to a psych ward by Mrs. Pachmayer. This needs to stop

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    Reasons for signing

    • Jessica Anderson COVINGTON, LA
      • about 1 year ago
    • Joan Slonczewski GAMBIER, OH
      • almost 2 years ago

      Young people need to see fairness. If a young man wants to dye his hair, that takes amazing courage in our society. If he sees young women allowed, but not young men, that is hurtful.

    • Jasmine Handy COLUMBUS, OH
      • almost 2 years ago

      Everyone deserves the same rights.

    • Joe Weatherford DELAWARE, OH
      • almost 2 years ago

      God created all people to be loved and to discriminate would be outside that thought. My daughter is a huge supporter of and very active in LGBT activities but is not gay herself. How can I say to her that God loves all people and then tell her she is wrong for giving her heart to this organization. She is the most fairminded young lady I have ever known and if she is willing to fight for this cause then I will stand with her and fight too. I hope she sees this and knows I don't just talk the talk but am willing to walk beside her every step

    • Nicole Rousseau MOUNT VERNON, OH
      • almost 2 years ago

      Kids have a hard enough time in school dealing with their peers and being harassed by them, they should not be discriminated against by adults who are supposed to be leaders in the community also.


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