Tali: . . . Queer women, gay women at school and in general that I've witnessed have been more sexualized and gay men have been secluded into their own corner, not allowed to engage with rest of community or to talk about sex at all. I'm the president of the Gender and Sexuality Alliance at school and what we do is, we have weekly meetings and we talk about issues in the LGBT community and our own experiences in a safe space and we also do events for school. Like National Coming Out Day, make it clear that there are not just two or three identifies but many identities. We also have Day of Silence in April, day where a lot of people will not speak in alliance with the people who have not been allowed to express their own identities. We do presentations through different classes throughout school in advance of the day. We give people ribbons, a black ribbon to show your support by being silent. White means you're in support but you're going to speak anyway. And you don't have to wear a ribbon.