'You Don't Say" campaign – Four Duke University students created a photo campaign to point out language that marginalizes gender minorities. Anuj Chhabra, a Duke sophomore studying economics, says he used the phrase "That's so gay" until he was challenged about it. "I thought it was important to bring awareness to the implications that these words have."
'You Don't Say" campaign – Christie Lawrence studies public policy at Duke. "I am saddened that someone would assume things about me because of my gender, and I am saddened that my friends will be judged for their sexual orientation."
'You Don't Say" campaign – Daniel Kort studies psychology at Duke, and he was bullied in elementary school and junior high. "I was called a 'fag' by one of my hall mates," he said. "I was lucky to have my friends there to intervene, but I know that not all students are as fortunate... This experience propelled my enthusiasm to work on the campaign."
'You Don't Say" campaign – Jay Sullivan studies public policy and environmental science at Duke. " I am a Christian," he wrote in an e-mail. "A socially just society, one I firmly believe God calls Christians to fight for, seeks the inclusion of all people no matter their social identity."