Around the World: Texas Senator Wants Schools to Out Kids, Sex Ed is Bad Everywhere

Around the World: Texas Senator Wants Schools to Out Kids, Sex Ed is Bad Everywhere

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Konni Burton, a Texas state senator and member of the Tea Party, introduced Senate Bill 242 which would force schools to out students to their parents, even if the student requests confidentiality. That and more in our look in the intersection between the queer community and education around the world.


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