Kyle Bodda

Gay-Straight Alliance of Sultana High School

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Sultana High School chapter president of the Gay-Straight Alliance

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Sultana High School  in Hesperia, in the Inland Empire has a club called the Gay-Straight Alliance, but members say it's not being allowed to staged events or put up posters the way…

Gay-Straight Alliance Struggles at Sultana High in Hesperia

Sultana High School in Hesperia, in the Inland Empire has a club called the Gay-Straight Alliance, but members say it's not being allowed to staged events or put up posters the way…

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