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Florida high schooler who says he was censored in graduation speech speaks out.

A Florida high school student who is openly gay is speaking out after he says he was subjected to censorship by school officials if he mentioned the state’s “Parental Rights in Education” law, also called the “Don’t Say Gay” law by critics, in his graduation speech.

In his speech he used the euphemism "curly hair" for "gay." He got a standing ovation.

Many students wore "Say Gay" buttons.

This brilliant young man is headed to Harvard. Bravo!

[abcnews.go.com]

LiterateHiker 9 May 23
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Thank you. I feel a little better about my state.

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Good for him, especially coming from Florida.

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