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GLSEN Releases New Research Brief on LGBT Students in School Athletics‏

New GLSEN Research Brief Examines LGBT Students in Middle and High School Athletics GLSEN Press Release. Feb 20, 2013– Lesbian, ...

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New FBI Data Shows Hate Crimes Based on Sexual Orientation on the Rise

FBI to begin collecting hate crime data on gender identity beginning in 2013 HRC Press Release – Washington – For the ...

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Wedding Spending in Maine, Maryland, and Washington will generate over $166 Million in the First Three Years

LOS ANGELES November 12, 2012 – The Williams Institute estimates that extending marriage to same-sex couples in Maine, Maryland, and ...

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Gallup survey estimates that 3.4 percent of American adults identify as LGBT

A Gallup survey, reveals that 3.4 percent of American adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.  The inaugural results ...

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New analysis shows startling levels of discrimination against American Indian and Alaskan Native transgender people

National Gay & Lesbian Task Force – WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 — American Indian and Alaskan Native transgender and gender non-conforming people ...

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Study finds that Pink Ribbons clash with the Rainbow Flag

Initial results from study on being diagnosed with breast cancer SAN BERNADINO, Calif., Oct. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — For immediate release National ...

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Bisexual Women, Gay Men, Report Increased Intimate Partner Violence

The Williams Institute Press release -LOS ANGELES—Bisexual women and gay men face elevated risks of intimate partner violence according to ...

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New Study By Military Professors: Openly Gay Service Works

No Negative Impact on Readiness, Cohesion, Recruitment, Retention or Morale The study can be found at http://www.palmcenter.org/files/One Year Out.pdf LOS ANGELES, Sept. ...

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2011 National School Climate Survey: LGBT Youth Face Pervasive, But Decreasing Levels of Harassment

8 out of 10 LGBT Students Experience Harassment, But School-Based Resources and Supports Are Making a Difference GLSEN Press Release  ...

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Study: “That’s So Gay” Causes Lasting Harm To LGBT Individuals

A new study has found that the phrase “That’s so gay” can have lasting effects on students who consider themselves ...

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