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About three months after I first entered the foster care system at age 12, a foster parent uttered words that would stay with me for the rest of my life.
“Gay people are sinners who have no direction in life,” she told me.
By Dominic Uyeda
Imagine a 17-year-old, with long blonde hair, wearing a dress and makeup, being driven to a foster care group home. Once there, she will be sharing a room with two teenage boys, living in a house with all males.