HORU January 22, 2016


"I just got accepted into the Graduate School of Education so now I'm kind of in that awkward place where I have to be a teacher, so I have to look a certain way. But it's not really working for me. I'm still walking around in my leather jacket and then going to school and putting on a cardigan. I guess I'm just holding onto hope that this next generation of kids is going to be super accepting, and that I can just be myself. But I think that kids are really accepting in general too. Generational or not, I think kids want to like people for whoever they are and for whatever they have. So without having to go by that prescribed 'teacher look,' I just want to get in there and say, 'This is me. Now let me learn about you.'"


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