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Topic - Mitch Anderson
A Texas high school salutatorian took advantage of his graduation day podium to announce to his friends, family — and the public at large via national media coverage — that he's gay.
"So many of the kids in my school are so completely open-minded," he said. "But then, because you are in Texas, deep in the Bible Belt, you have a lot of people with very deeply rooted beliefs who are not accepting of it at all."
Mr. Anderson said he had to sneak his announcement into his speech.