A report by the Human Rights Campaign and The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) states that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Latino youth suffer more rejection from school and community groups than other populations.  The report included a survey of over 10,000 youths and examined how nearly 2,000 LGBT Latino young people have fared. The United States is more accepting of LGBT people but cultural and spiritual factors seem to weigh heavily on Latino community acceptance and alliance. “We must do better in supporting LGBT youth who still fear rejection, being judged and ostracized in school, and rejected from their religious congregations and the broader community,” says HRC President Chad Griffin.

Read the full article here: New HRC Report Highlights Challenges Faced by Latino LGBT Youth

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