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5 ballerina charm ballet silver 23x13mm by tijc sp0458

5 ballerina charm ballet silver 23x13mm by tijc sp0458

5 ballerina charm ballet silver 23x13mm by tijc sp0458

“I want to show these kids what a confident, happy, successful trans person looks like,” said camp director Andrew Kramer, 30, who goes by AK and came out as a transgender man at 26. “We teach them they are normal, deserving of love, and not alone.”. One family traveled from Africa to enroll their son in the camp for its full three-week summer session. The 9-year-old goes by the name Nao at Rainbow but has not publicly come out as a transgender girl. The family asked that their last name and the country where they live be kept confidential, fearing repercussions there.

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Adults with poor math skills may not be able to compare prices, figure out tips, understand statistics or fathom the economic promises of candidates running for office. Their employment options will be fewer and their wages lower. The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reports that Americans who can’t do simple arithmetic are more likely to end up in foreclosure than people with average math skills. If we want our children to have a chance to grow up to become professionals capable of addressing the global challenges that are our legacy to them, we need to rethink our educational priorities.

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Bratwurst, brewskis and giant pretzels? Yes, please! The last decade’s proliferation of Oktoberfests and beer gardens in California has us wallowing in schnitzel-and-spaetzle heaven these days. Here are five of our favorites, starting with the venerable Schroeder’s, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. This iconic German restaurant in San Francisco’s Financial District first opened its doors in 1893, but it’s since had a $1 million redo. In the hands of Andy Chun and Jan Wiginton, of Press Club fame, the renovation kept Schroeder’s 19th-century Bavarian glory and gemütlichkeit — from Bavarian beer hall steins and communal tables to Wiener schnitzel and spaetzle — but added a modern rustic air and a California-inspired German menu that elevates Oktoberfest fare with seasonal ingredients. It’s sensational.


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