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Snooki Shares Adorable Photos of Her Kids' First Day at School

Snooki Shared the Most Adorable Photos of Her Kids’ First Day of School

As kids around the country go back to school, stars are sharing their own first-day-of-school photos. Recently, Snooki shared an adorable picture of her two eldest children heading out for their big first day back. Her daughter Giovanna started kindergarten and her son Lorenzo started first grade. Snooki commemorated the start of school with a cute photo of both kids holding signs. Snooki captioned the pic, “& just like that my offspring are spreading their wings…so proud of my babies! Mommy is crying (& cheering I’m free till 3). YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Snooki Enjoys Her Best ‘Mom Life’ (and Wine) Despite Backlash from Mom-Shamers In addition to the pic, she shared a video of Giovanna headed into school on her Instagram story, though Giovanna was not into it. “Stop taking video of me!,” she told her mom in the clip. Fans loved the photo, noting that Giovanna looks just like Snooki, while Lorenzo looks like his dad, Jionni LaValle.  While the kids are at school, Snooki is home with three-month-old Angelo.  Friend and Jersey Shore castmate, JWoww, also shared a photo of her daughter’s first day of school. Her daughter, Meilani Matthews, 5, is headed into kindergarten.  JWoww captioned …

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Gender Unicorn Worksheet

A Middle School Teacher Handed Out This ‘Gender Unicorn’ Worksheet to Students, and The Response Was Not Great

The times they are a-changin’, but that doesn’t mean everyone’s changing with the times. A teacher in Denair, California learned this lesson the hard way after handing out “Gender Unicorn” worksheets to students without first getting permission from the school or parents. Luis Davila Alvarado handed out the Gender Unicorn worksheet, which was created by the Trans Student Educational Resources organization, to about 50 students in early August as an icebreaker exercise. Alvarado uses the courtesy title “Mx.” instead of “Mr.” and wanted students to understand why, according to The Modesto Bee. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Gender-Nonconforming Clothes for Your Kids Are Here, They’re Beautiful, and They’re Changing the Way We Think About Our Children Below, see the full Gender Unicorn worksheet, as created by TransStudent.org: At TSER’s website, the organization provides further context for much of the information on this worksheet, including: Gender Identity: Gender Identity: One’s internal sense of being male, female, neither of these, both, or another gender(s). Everyone has a gender identity, including you. For transgender people, their sex assigned at birth and their own internal sense of gender identity are not the same. Female, woman, and girl and male, man, and boy are also NOT necessarily …

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