An open letter to Rep. Mathis, Sen. Sundareshan, Rep. Gutierrez, Gov. Hobbs.
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An Open Letter

To: Rep. Mathis, Sen. Sundareshan, Rep. Gutierrez, Gov. Hobbs

From: A constituent in Tucson, AZ

May 24

Restricting discussions and educational materials related to gender identity and sexual orientation in schools raises grave concerns about fostering an inclusive and affirming environment for all students. Censoring LGBTQ+ topics promotes stigma, marginalizes vulnerable youth, and deprives students of comprehensive education that reflects the diversity of society. Rather than imposing harmful bans, schools should embrace curricula that cultivate understanding, respect for differences, and support the well-being of every child. Policies isolating LGBTQ+ students fuel discrimination and compromise their mental health and academic success. An educational setting should uplift all identities equitably. I urge reconsideration of these censorship efforts in favor of an approach rooted in compassion and equity for Arizona's diverse student population.

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