At many of these schools, students who did not conform to the uniform and hair-length requirements faced disciplinary action. Sean B. And as soon as they leave, the bullying happens again. Some students who encountered discrimination in schools reported that they struggled with depression and anxiety. Schools should be safe places for everyone. The adverse treatment they experience from peers and teachers is compounded by discriminatory policies that stigmatize and disadvantage LGBT students and by the lack of information and resources about LGBT issues available in schools.
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Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. As a result, many schools convey tacit acceptance to perpetrators and leave victims unaware of whether or how they can seek help. Show the love and care of anyone to anyone in the world. Find sources:
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