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Brigham Young University Students Say, ‘It Gets Better’

An estimated 1,800 LGBT students attend Bringham Young University, the Mormon-run school that banned advocacy of gay rights until 2010. Though homosexual behavior is still prohibited on campus, gay, lesbian, and bisexual students have been speaking out to help raise awareness about the challenges of being both gay and Mormon. Now, they have produced an [...]
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