Across many US states, transgender students face restrictions related to participation in sports and other extracurricular activities. Most Viewed August 7, News Release. LGBT students described a double-edged relationship with technology and social media, which allowed them to find communities online to explore their sexual orientation and gender identity, but also exposed them to bullying and harassment.
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Gender Identity :Deeply felt sense of being female or male, neither, both, or something other than female and male. Some students interviewed for this report took gym classes online, bypassing the physical and social benefits of taking those classes with their peers.
In each of the five states visited, students at some schools described being unable to form a GSA because teachers were unwilling to sponsor the club. One study conducted in Boston in reported that in addition to taking their meals outside their cramped quarters, most roomers also developed their primary social ties elsewhere, at cheap neighborhood restaurants, at their workplaces, and in saloons.