Utah Lawyers Battle Over Nature v. Nurture and Sexual Orientation

What was once an interesting debate in the world of science has found its way into the realm of the law. Modern society has allowed students to audibly state that they find their sexual orientation to be one of those that is often labeled as taboo. Now that this commonality is occurring in schools, the administrators are finding themselves in interesting situations regarding their responsibilities. Many argue that there should be no direct difference between orientations, while others claim that special circumstances demand notice. Attorney Josh Freeman weighs with his take in our full article, which you can view by clicking the link below.

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