After a Mississippi college's paper reported on the matter, the paper was shut down for a time, and a gay frat brother drew some ire as well.
An email survey from University Health Services posed a number of questionable queries to students at the University of Kentucky, including if they believed 'male homosexuality is a perversion.'
A hearing will be held later this month to determine whether the book will be removed.
After initially claiming that Michael Barth's award-winning poem 'promoted personal agendas,' the Nebraska School Activities Association reversed its course and will let the teenager read his piece on local public television.
Taylor Ellis says he's been bullied at school since his story hit the media, with students setting up an antigay Instagram page, among other things.
He kept his sexuality a secret for most of his life. But, with the help of his gay younger brother, Zaki finally embraced who he was and came out to his family. He shared his story with the It Gets Better campaign, and found himself on the OUT100 red carpet.
The superintendent of the Sheridan School District is standing by the administration's decision to excise gay student Taylor Ellis's coming-out story from the high school yearbook.