Queer and Undocumented: How My Sexual Identity and Immigration Status Inform My Commitment to Equality
Note from GLAAD
This is the final essay in a series written by Orange County youth about what new anti-bullying laws mean to them. Tony Ortuno writes about living at the intersection of his LGBT and undocumented identities. You can see our blog post and a full list of essays here.
I am queer, undocumented, a community activist, an immigrant, a person of color, a recent college graduate, and a loving son and brother. Every single one of these identities has sustained my dedication to continue the work toward an inclusive society for all people.