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A big thank you to Jezebel for point this out to me and for writing about it in such a fantastic way. It's not at all surprising to me that a high school wouldn't allow a trans guy to be homecoming king because he was still registered at the school as a girl. Especially since doing so involved negating the votes of the people who had elected him in the first place. Trans people's voices are often silenced but I think the outrage this time is coming from the fact that many non-trans people's voices were silenced too. And they're used to being heard.Babeland applauds this young person and their classmates for speaking out. To join in, join the Oak Is My King group on Facebook.
The group's founders go on to urge students to wear "Oak is my King" t-shirts, and to "encourage all to write letters not only to our school paper, but to the chronicle as well." You can contact the Mona Shores newspaper, The Sailors' Log, via the "Contact Us" link on its website ? contact emails for the editorial staff of the Muskegon Chronicle are listed here.
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The group's founders go on to urge students to wear "Oak is my King" t-shirts, and to "encourage all to write letters not only to our school paper, but to the chronicle as well." You can contact the Mona Shores newspaper, The Sailors' Log, via the "Contact Us" link on its website ? contact emails for the editorial staff of the Muskegon Chronicle are listed here.