You can’t go bigger than “te amo.” No one says “te amo mucho,” because love is already very much.
As part of our Education Week series, Edgar Gomez reflects on how presenting himself authentically as a teacher cultivates a more open and honest learning environment.
I privately couldn’t get over the fact that she’d even felt comfortable speaking to me that way.
Though the person in the skirt and I weren’t the same, when I saw them, I felt something I never had before at work: like I could be totally, completely myself.
We were two stereotypes—the sassy gay best friend, and the hyper-sexualized reporter—working at a place that highlighted our biggest insecurities.