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From Sports Illustrated: "Lia Thomas has dominated women’s college swimming this season—and has also become a lightning rod for controversy. Many—including some teammates—say she shouldn’t be able to compete against other women. In an exclusive interview, Thomas explains why she has to."
From Rewire: "If you're new to these terms, asexual is typically defined as someone who doesn't experience sexual attraction. Demisexual refers to someone who experiences sexual attraction after a level of connection, and aromantic is defined as someone who may experience sexual attraction but not romantic attraction."
From Learning for Justice: "LGBTQ students who go to school in a fully inclusive environment—where both curriculum and schoolwide policies value their identities—experience more positive outcomes. They also experience less harassment, feel more valued by school staff and face fewer barriers to success."