Bob Riddle is setting the bar high for LGBTQ educators.
A South Carolina high school even omitted Dynasia Clark's name from the announcement of graduating seniors over an alleged dress code violation.
Former school superintendent Frank Tassone said he didn't "understand why they had to bring my sexuality into the film" about the embezzlement of funds from his district.
Many are expressing concern that the notoriously anti-LGBTQ school's move will contribute to the spread of COVID-19.
The state had banned mention of same-sex relationships or other LGBTQ topics in sex education classes, except when relating to disease.
A crowdfunding campaign was launched to help LGBTQ students leave Brigham Young University.
The 1988 law says nonheterosexual relationships can be mentioned only in discussion of sexually transmitted infections.