Out at School

Good taste, wit, impeccable manners: Life at a gay high school

But is such segregation, however comforting at the moment, really the answer? "We hear that question all the time," says Adrian. "People ask if it's going to be more difficult for us to deal with problems in the future if we don't deal with them now. But going to school at OASIS teaches us better ways of dealing with our problems, rather than not dealing with them at all, like we did before. And it's not as though we're here 24 hours a day. We have to go out the door every afternoon at 1:30—and the real world and all its problems are right there waiting for us."

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