So I took this little one credit course at my University, thinking it would be an easy A. It only met twice (two full days), and the only assignment was a paper. The class was called “Sex and Public Policy,” so there was a lot of legal stuff involved. Until now I’ve never read anything even remotely resembling a court case.
This paper had to be on a topic somehow relating to law and the regulation of sexual behavior. This was intimidating enough on its own, without throwing into the equation that the woman who taught the class is a law professor and the former director for the Indiana Civil Liberties Union. I’m a Human Resources major. Talk about stepping outside of my comfort zone!
I wrote my paper on how the law defines (or doesn’t define) “male” and “female” and how this affects the transgender population. I emailed it to her today, and this was her response: “[FONT=Arial][COLOR=#0000ff]Meghann–This was just an excellent paper. May I have your permission to share it with a friend who lobbies on gay, lesbian and transgender issues?”
I hope that means I got an A. :teehee: