treycasenfersherr's picture

Well, that's a lonely realization...I'm the only trans kid at my school.

I was sitting in my first meeting of the year of the GLBTQ support group at my school this morning.
We have alot of kids from 9th and 10th grades, especially, so the 11th and 12th graders and everyone are trying to figure out how we can get a manageable support group size so everyone can get their turn talking and getting help.
Now, last year, it was 9th grade and 10/11/12 by ourselves.
Now, people are offering ideas about "how about we do the gay boys, together, lesbians together, bi kids together, and questioning kids go wherever they think they go?"
Which is great.
For everyone else.

Do you also go to a QSA at school?

yes! I totally go to every meeting and they are my best friends.
21% (3 votes)
I go sometimes, but I'm not really active.
0% (0 votes)
I went, uh, once, and it was lame.
7% (1 vote)
I never go.
7% (1 vote)
There isn't even one at my school.
64% (9 votes)
Total votes: 14
Riski_Call92's picture

What Wouldn't I Give For A GSA In My Community....

Seriously....I wish this effing city had a GSA...if it doesn't already. But, I'm pretty involved in the community already, and I haven't heard anything about one....In fact, the only time I can ever think of my community bringing up GLBT issues was when the Parliament was trying to decide whether to legalize gay marriage in Canada or not....I'm surprised that no one's stepped up and said, "Hey, man, we need a GSA here, for the community of *city's name here*!"

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