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    This sucks. I am a senior in high school, and I don’t get the one moment I’ve waited for my entire life. I’m also not going to try and hide the fact that I feel this way or feel bad for feeling this way. Essen

    The Graduation no one asked for...

    This sucks. I am a senior in high school, and I don’t get the one moment I’ve waited for my entire life. I’m also not going to try and hide the fact that I feel this way or feel...

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    • Hey Natalie
      We’re in the same boat. I hate that we won’t be able to ever have the full experience of senior year. I don’t know about you but I felt absolutely defeated when this madness started. Putting in 110 percent effort year after year only to be met with the reality that you “won’t be able to walk.” Oh yeah, and no more games or dances or plays. It’s easy to be overwhelmed with hopelessness and anger and like you sad we have that right but at the end of the day, we made it. It might not be acknowledged enough but we did that!! Hope you the best.

    • I feel you and understand how you are feeling without a doubt. Isn’t this all quite underwhelming? Im personally most bummed about not having a proper prom because that’s kind of like the last hurrah with everyone. Although this feels terrible and is not quite what we were anticipating, we must look at the as a new chapter in our lives book being turned over and this disappointment should turn to excitement. I hope the best to you and to see you again in the future.

    • Hi, I 100% agree with you. This sucks and I wish it was different. We’ve all worked so hard for the last 4 years for this moment, and instead, we get yard signs and 5-minute graduation with only immediate family. There were so many things I was looking forward to this last quarter, and it definitely did not have anything to do with sitting at home all day. But, we did it. We finished high school. I mean it’s not the way we all wanted it to be, but we still did it and that’s what’s important. So focus on the positives, and keep the memories of Judge fresh in your mind.
      It’s time to say goodbye and create new memories and meet new people and just move forward with our lives. It’s college time and we’ve been preparing for this moment since freshman year.

  • The story was written really well, I wanted to keep reading to reach the conclusion. It really made me think about how saying “I hate you,” can have such a large impact. Mothers give a lot and I know what it feels like to have that hatred for stupid reasons. The dream sequence was good, I believed it was the real event until you woke up and saw…Read More

  • I liked reading about all the different places and how they approach sex education. “They still promote abstinence as a contraception method, however, they teach students about other contraceptives available like birth control, condoms, Plan B, etc.” is something that I have been exposed to at school and I think it’s better than straight…Read More

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    “LGBT Discrimination: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO).” YouTube, HBO, 23 Aug. 2015, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d667Bb_iYA. Accessed 10 Feb. 2020.

    For the first time, the idea of a Gay wedding was

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    "LGBT Discrimination: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)." YouTube, HBO, 23 Aug. 2015, www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d667Bb_iYA. Accessed 10 Feb. 2020. For the first time, the idea of a Gay wedding was clapped at for a republican debate. Gay people can get...

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    These are a few articles I have found in a search for a research, and there is a summary of each source.

    Lenow, Evan. “The Challenge of Homosexuality for Gender Roles.” Journal for Biblical Manhood & Woma

    Homosexual Discrimination in the Modern Era

    These are a few articles I have found in a search for a research, and there is a summary of each source. Lenow, Evan. “The Challenge of Homosexuality for Gender Roles.” Journal for Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, vol. 17, no. 2,...

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