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Wanting to change one’s gender shouldn’t be viewed as abnormal

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Wanting to change one’s gender shouldn’t be viewed as abnormal In a March 24 letter (“How can prepubscent kid want a sex change?”), I was struck by the confusion, fear and total mischaracterization of the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act [GENDA]. Issues of gender identity and expression are poorly understood in the mainstream culture. As a mother who is well past middle age, I grew up in a time when even talking about anything “different” from ...

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April 13, 2013
5:59 a.m.

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Tom Schottman- Studies have shown that increases in funding to provide more educators for students does in fact not increase better results. Successful schools such as Colonie ,Niskayuna and BHBL and several other in our area turn-out positive results.
Reason being is their core. The core being educated Parents in their community. School Districts like Schenectady , Albany, Troy should conduct programs for the Parent/Students in their community to educate those parents on how to keep their children focused and on track!!!

April 13, 2013
7:32 a.m.

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Rev. Roberta Place, I'm not going to disagree with you, but as a Reverend I would think that the Bible already speaks of this, many times. How can you teach the word of God if you don't believe the word of God?