Let transgender young woman graduate high school

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Jo Mercury
2 years ago
It's a discrase that she has been treated so appealing whilst just getting on with her life and do better for her future! Transgender isn't a " Fancy new race" trying to get attention!! They are beautiful human beings with enormous strength who deserve to treated with dignity and respect, just like Men, Women and girls and boys ' at birth" are!!

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Thomas Devine
4 years ago
I'm signing this due to the fact this person is a child of the most high God and deserves the very same freedom of expression we as Americans cherish

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Calvin Caulder
4 years ago
I care!

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Adrian Trevino
4 years ago
Everybody deserves the right to live, this is idiotic that even a teacher is discriminating her and in front of the class, is there no respect in this world

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Katrina Tam
4 years ago
I'm transgender too and it is important we are allowed basic human rights

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Carla Norina Panz
4 years ago
Weil ich selber Transgender bin und ich für ein selbstbestimmtes Leben ohne Hürden bin

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Raven Black
4 years ago
I'm signing because she was and is a very good friend of mine. We go to the same school

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Patricia Aiken
4 years ago
Even tho the graduation already happened this should not happen to anyone. You can not always help if your in the wrong body.

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Robert Meshbesher
4 years ago
Everyone is created equal. Love is stronger than the cowardice of judgement and hate.

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James Maxwell
4 years ago
We live in a supposedly free society. It is not the job of the state or institutions to define our identity. We each have the right to have our own identities. Students have the right to education, regardless of identity.