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Queer Stereotypes Redefined

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Brett

Worcester, MA
United States

I've spent the last few years teaching (and learning!) creative writing, drama, and ESL with Worcester youth and young artists in the city - it's some of the most fulfilling work I've had the privilege of engaging with, and why I am excited about my future career as an educator.

Krystal

Southbridge, MA
United States

I have more or less successfully kept 7 children, 6 of whom are teenagers in the house during stay-at-home orders.

I have appreciated spending time with my family. Three of my children turned 18 during quarantine and graduating High School. I'm enjoying these last days with us all home as a family before they move on to the next phase of their lives.

Ali

Worcester, MA
United States

I coordinated virtual Easter brunch for my family - which included teaching my 90-year-old grandmother how to use Zoom!

Face masks are really hard to wear with glasses. Also, I always smile at people in the grocery store, which you can't do with a mask on. A stranger and I perfected the what's up head nod yesterday. We take for granted how much facial expressions mean in the world.

Malu

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I took care of a loved one going through cancer and later in the year I accepted to work for a nonprofit helping people.
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It looks interesting.

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