Fox Sports has released a new video featuring an LGBT student, a test which was administered to a teacher in a gay bar in Texas.
Teacher Mark Stitt was interviewed by a Fox Sports producer about his experiences as a teacher and how it’s difficult to be a ‘good person’ in the classroom.
He says he’s been teaching at the high school for eight years and has never had any issues with the LGBT community.
He was also asked how he felt about the ‘gay marriage’ debate, and says that ‘we don’t have to be in this kind of debate, it’s a question of when.”
You’ve got to be open, and that’s something that’s been taught to me for my whole life.’
It’s the first time I’ve ever been asked to be involved in something that involves a lot of people.’
Stitt, who has worked in public education for 15 years, says he is ‘very proud of who I am’.
He is also interviewed about the new ‘teacher test’ which is administered by the state to teachers.
It is a test that’s designed to be more inclusive of all LGBT students.
‘I have been an openly gay person since I was 10 years old,’ Stitt said.
Stitt was questioned about whether or not he believes he should be allowed to participate in ‘teaching gay’ students, to which he replied that he would ‘consider it’.
‘The only reason I feel comfortable doing it is that I’m a good teacher and I have a positive attitude, so if you want to be gay, you’re welcome to come out,’ he said.
Stitt says that while his teaching experience is very different to other LGBT teachers, he understands that it’s ‘hard to be an LGBT person in a classroom’.
‘In the classroom, you have to have confidence and the ability to talk about the issues and not hide them from others.’
In my experience, teachers have to do that for themselves as well.’
They have to talk to students about what they think and what they want and have to let people know when they have a problem or have something to say.’
You have to try and understand why they are feeling the way they are, but you have the right to express yourself, because I don’t want anyone to feel like they have to hide who they are.’
I’ve had a lot more teachers that I’ve taught with who were really supportive of me, and it’s just really hard to tell someone, ‘You know, you don’t like me and you don