In Midwestern schools, LGBTQ teachers face discrimination, hate and their own fears

The national debate about LGBTQ issues in schools has come to the Midwest. In the wake of the passage of Florida’s so-called “don’t say gay” law, more than a dozen other states—including Missouri, Iowa, Tennessee and Ohio—have proposed similar legislation aimed at limiting how teachers discuss topics of gender identity or sexual orientation.

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