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A Florida teen couldn't discuss being gay in his graduation speech, so he found a clever workaround

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Zander Moricz, 18, was the first openly-gay class president at Pine View School. He says he wasn't allowed to share his experience as a gay student in his graduation speech. He also talked about something else that makes him a little different from his classmates: his curly hair.
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A Florida teen couldn't discuss being gay in his graduation speech, so he found a clever workaround

Zander Moricz came out during his freshman year and was the first openly-gay class president at the school, so he felt a responsibility to address the controversy.

1 month ago·Sacramento, United States
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Florida Student Couldn’t Discuss Sexuality In Graduation Speech, So He Used Curly Hair As A Metaphor

A Florida class president spoke in code about being gay while giving his graduation speech, CNN reported, because he says he “wasn’t allowed” to discuss his sexuality or the fact that he’s one of the plaintiffs challenging the “Parental Rights in Education” bill, which recently passed in the state. The 18-year-old told the network he was forbidden to discuss his sexuality in his address, so he substituted what he wanted to say by discussing how …

1 month ago·Los Angeles, United States
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A Florida teen couldn't discuss being gay in his graduation speech, so he found a clever workaround

Zander Moricz came out during his freshman year and was the first openly-gay class president at the school, so he felt a responsibility to address the controversy.

1 month ago·Boston, United States
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A Florida teen couldn't discuss being gay in his graduation speech, so he found a clever workaround

Zander Moricz came out during his freshman year and was the first openly-gay class president at the school, so he felt a responsibility to address the controversy.

1 month ago·Cincinnati, United States
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A Florida teen couldn't discuss being gay in his graduation speech, so he found a clever workaround

Zander Moricz came out during his freshman year and was the first openly-gay class president at the school, so he felt a responsibility to address the controversy.

1 month ago
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A Florida teen couldn't discuss being gay in his graduation speech, so he found a clever workaround

Zander Moricz came out during his freshman year and was the first openly-gay class president at the school, so he felt a responsibility to address the controversy.

1 month ago
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