My Weekend

Hey Central Perk GSA!

I wanted to tell you about my awesome weekend. My friends and I took a trip together to San Francisco. We spend some time at the Golden Gate Bridge park, walked down Lombard Street, and rode the classic street cars. After spending some time shopping on Pier 39 we had lunch over looking the city.

After lunch, we walked around Chinatown and went a tour of the Ghirardelli factory where we had some awesome milkshakes.

Finally, we all went down the Castro Street- the gay district in San Francisco- and checked out the shops and stores there. They also have one of the biggest gay prides in the country. My friends and I are thinking of making a return trip.

While we were there we heard a news story about a lesbian couple winning prom “king” and “queen”. I did a little digging, and found the news story HERE!

What do you guys think? Does this help when lobbying for allowing same-sex couples at your prom?

Do you think your school could have a same-sex couple prom king and king, or queen and queen?

How would you feel being nominated or winning?

What do you think about the fact that they used “king” and “queen” instead of “queen” and “queen”?

 

I’d love to hear what you all think! I hope you’re having a wonder school year so far and are looking forward to the winter break. Tell me about your winter break plans!

Regina 🙂

 

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About Regina's Homecoming Project

Regina is excited to return to Central Perk High School through Live Out Loud's Homecoming Project! Regina is a successful massage therapist who graduate from Central Perk in 1996. She is thrilled to speak with the Central Perk Gay-Straight Alliance to empower and inspire youth to celebrate the differences in all of us. Live Out Loud is a non profit New York City based organization that connects LGBT youth with “out” professional role models. Live Out Loud newest initiative, The Homecoming Project, helps “out” lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender men and women return to their high school and offer encouragement to students in GSA clubs, diversity groups, psychology classes, and other student organizations.
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