In this Oct. 18, 2017, photo, Andy Winder, a senior at Brigham Young University, who is also transgender, poses for a portrait in Provo, Utah. Winder, studying English, went to BYU to cultivate a spiritual background and for the low price of tuition for LDS students. He said professors have been accepting of using his pronouns and preferred name, and if there’s something someone doesn’t know about the transgender community, they’ve been willing to learn.
In this Oct. 18, 2017, photo, Andy Winder, a senior at Brigham Young University, who is also transgender, poses for a portrait in Provo, Utah. Winder, studying English, went to BYU to cultivate a spiritual background and for the low price of tuition for LDS students. He said professors have been accepting of using his pronouns and preferred name, and if there’s something someone doesn’t know about the transgender community, they’ve been willing to learn. Isaac Hale AP
In this Oct. 18, 2017, photo, Andy Winder, a senior at Brigham Young University, who is also transgender, poses for a portrait in Provo, Utah. Winder, studying English, went to BYU to cultivate a spiritual background and for the low price of tuition for LDS students. He said professors have been accepting of using his pronouns and preferred name, and if there’s something someone doesn’t know about the transgender community, they’ve been willing to learn. Isaac Hale AP

Transgender at BYU: Living lives despite unclear policies

November 01, 2017 06:00 AM