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Henderson v. Box

When Indiana began allowing same-sex couples to marry in 2015 after the U.S. Supreme Court recognized that same-sex couples have a right to marry in Obergefell v. Hodges, the Indiana Department of Vital Records refused to place same-sex spouses on their children’s birth certificates as they do for different-sex spouses. Eight female same-sex couples who conceived children through sperm donation sought the right to be recognized on their children’s birth certificates in federal...


Dynasty Young v. Indianapolis Public Schools

Dynasty Young was an effeminate black gay student who liked to wear knee-high boots, bangles, and purses to school. Students called Dynasty a “fag,” spat at him, threw rocks and bottles at him, and they would move far out of his way when he walked by as if to avoid contracting a disease from him because of his sexual orientation and gender expression. Instead of protecting Dynasty from this harassment, teachers and school administrators blamed him and his “flamboyant” clothing for...


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