More than the Victims: A Public Health Approach to Bullying of LGBT Youth

38 Rutgers L. Rec. 163 (2011) | WestLaw | LexisNexis | PDF
2010 might one day be known as the year that school bullying began to be taken seriously. If so, the long-overdue focus on the problem can be traced to a number of closely clustered, high-profile events that ended in tragedy for teens who were bullied because of their real or perceived sexual orientation, or, in a closely related way, for their failure to conform to rigidly policed gender norms.

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