Trans teen, pinayagang mag-uniporme ng pambabae sa eskwelahan sa Tacloban

Trans teen, pinayagang mag-uniporme ng pambabae sa eskwelahan sa Tacloban

- A 17-year-old senior high school student in Tacloban was given permission to wear a girl's school uniform

- His post where he thanked his school went viral on social media

- Sessy Maravillo said that he was really grateful that he's able to choose what kind of clothing to wear

- He also narrated how he was compelled to wear a boys' uniform since elementary up to junior high school

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Sessy Maravillo, a 17-year-old senior high school student of Leyte National High School in Tacloban City has gone viral after posting about how he was allowed by his school to wear a school uniform for girls.

Sessy Maravillo
Photo: Sessy Maravillo (@daniella.maravillo.1)
Source: Facebook

According to Sessy, since elementary, he has been compelled to use the school uniform for boys.

This is why he is so happy that he was allowed to be in a girl's uniform.

From the time that he posted his photo, it already garnered around 26,000 likes and reactions and was shared 5,000 times.

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"Thankful ako masyado kasi mas naging comfortable na akong pumasok sa school kasi naibsan na po ang discrimination and criticism about sa gender identity ko. Every time papasok po ako, I feel the love and support po from my alma mater," said Maravilla.

Sessy Maravillo
Photo: Sessy Maravillo (@daniella.maravillo.1)
Source: Facebook

Viral stories are often the ones that touch the emotions of people. Many of these stories are about how people overcome the obstacles facing them and became victorious. Others are about humorous circumstances, though there are a few that talk about sad endings.

Viral stories are sometimes those that showcase exemplary stories like that of a 58-year-old mother and her son who were classmates in senior high school and who both graduated at the same time. Maria Cecilia Cadiz, a vegetable vendor, and her young son John Gabriel, who also happened to be her classmate, graduated together from the Bais City National High School. A local radio station, Yes The Best 106.3, interviewed the elder Cadiz and asked her what can she say about graduating together with her son. She attributed everything to the Almighty’s “right and perfect timing,” adding that she was very happy she finally graduated from high school.

There are also posts that go viral, like that of a student exemplifying the meaning of multitasking when she handled a fast food drive-thru task while attending her online class, as shown in a video posted by the Philippine Star. Her manager, who saw she was using her mobile phone while working was about to reprimand her when he saw she was actually attending her class while taking orders from customers. The manager decided to hold off on his reprimand because of a personal reason. There have been many cases where students would attend online classes while working to help sustain the needs of their families.

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Source: KAMI.com.gh

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