I Publicly Confronted A Guy Who Was Making Fun Of A Gay Person

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Or: Why Your Voice Matters At The Worst Moments

A few days ago, I went with my older sister to her college orientation. It was a really proud moment for me. My sister had always been the wild one, the bad ass, and had skipped college in favor of travelling around the country as a carnie, construction worker, street-kid and porn store employee, among other occupations. As her bookworm counterpart, it was exciting for me to see her pursue an education that I knew would give her the chance to put her crazy stories and life-experience to use.

At one point during the orientation, several student facilitators were called to the stage, one of whom sounded very effeminate and very confident. In the row in front of me, a young guy began laughing and turning his head away, looking over with a look of amused disgust to a guy a…

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