Huffington Post (Hartford, CT) October 21, 2011
"The media's recent acknowledgment of gay bullying in schools hasn't caught on across the board. This week, during a Connecticut high school's performance of a play involving a kiss between two male students, several audience members walked out; the unhappy viewers included a number of uniformed members of the school's football team, which principal Adam Johnson described as 'almost symbolic.'
The students at the Hartford Public High School were performing the musical 'Zanna, Don't!', a fictional story of a high school where academic excellence determines popularity and while homosexuality is the norm, heterosexuals feel compelled to hide their love." Read More