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Christian recording artist TobyMac is sharing how his life has forever changed since the tragic death of his son, Truett Foster McKeehan.
Truett died at home in Nashville, Tennessee on Oct. 23, 2019 from an accidental drug overdose.
During a six-minute video, TobyMac revealed that his family continues to process the grief and loss felt by the 21-year-old's untimely passing.
The superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools decided this month to remove a controversial gender identity book with inappropriate illustrations from school libraries.
LCPS Superintendent Scott Ziegler asked for a review of the book, "Gender Queer: A Memoir" by Maia Kobabe, after parents in several school districts famously raised concerns about the graphic novel's content.
Wayde Byard, a spokesperson for LCPS, said in a statement shared with The Washington Post that a "committee recommended (on a split vote) to retain the book in the high school library collection [but] the superintendent decided to remove the book from circulation." The decision to keep the book was appealed and the school board held a meeting late last week, when members voted 3-0 to uphold Ziegler's decision to pull the book from circulation.
DePaul University, which promotes itself as the largest Catholic university in the U.S., now has a website offering its students to select from nine different gender identity options.
The College Fix reports the school's Student Government Association (SGA) announced earlier this month that DePaul's Campus Connect web portal gives students the option not only to select their legal gender but their gender identity.
The private portal stores information and allows for communication between students, faculty and staff. It allows students to choose either: male, female, intersex, non-binary, transgender male, transgender female, cisgender, unspecified and "I do not wish to self-identify."
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