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One feature of the 2003 GLSEN study was its desire to ascertain the consequences of anti-gay harassment in America's high schools, and it found that the cost is high.
There were 2,445 reported episodes of anti-gay harassment and violence in fourteen U.
That was more than the 324 reported incidents of anti-gay harassment and violence.
The situation in the Czech Republic, where are there are few reports of anti-gay harassment, contrasts strikingly with that of Hungary--but why?
There was a total of 2,064 incidents of anti-gay harassment, with 30 percent against women - incidents that have been documented as underreported.
Will they support anti-gay harassment and discrimination, or not?