I want all LQBTQ+ students to be equal in their own hometown schools. To be themselves.

I want all LQBTQ+ students to be equal in their own hometown schools. To be themselves.

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Em Parsons started this petition to Governor Kevin Stitt

This petition is to show that we need change in the school system, not only for LQBTQ+ students, or even for those who just want to be comfortable, the option of no stereotypes.

Not all schools allow these kids to be themselves, to be able to show who they really want to be.
By not letting them dress a certain way or to even taking a picture as they want others to see them in the yearbook.

I’ve personally have been in the situation of not being allowed to show my true self in My Senior Picture for the yearbook. Along with amazing people helping me fight, to raise our voice about how wrong it is putting gender stereotypes on clothes and telling someone who does not identify as what the school believes they should be. It caused an uproar, and our voices were head. But this is not just about me, because I know that I am not the only student, person out there in this, or like this situation.

I want to spread awareness, show that there can be and should be equality for all, at all given times in the school system, and/or work place. It should be an option to feel comfortable in a photo that will go down in history, showing your true self or even if you just choose to wear what you please because not all little girls like to wear dresses.

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