Inside a Metro Nashville middle school bathroom, the boy didn't know what to make of his classmate's roaming eyes.
And so he went to see the school counselor.
Was the boy who glanced at him gay, he wondered. And if he didn't turn away, did that make him gay?
The counselor, who asked not to be named while sharing a real-life example - both to protect the identity of the student and to candidly discuss the full implications of the situation - answered the boy's questions as best she could. Her goal, she said, was simply to help the student feel comfortable and safe when going to the bathroom.
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