Nathan Bruemmer is a Florida native who grew up the adopted child of older parents.
He was assigned the female gender at birth, but as he headed into high school, he became increasingly aware that there was a big difference between his experience of the world and the expectations others had for him.
After a long process of self-discovery and advocacy for others, Nathan enrolled in Stetson Law at the age of 40. He now serves the LGBTQ+ community in a wide variety of roles, including his position as the LGBTQ+ Consumer Advocate at Florida's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
In this interview, we discuss Nathan’s years teaching in the public school system, the presence and loss of the strong women in his family, and what it's like working for the government in the midst of a culture war.
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