With an increase in public awareness about anti-LGBT bullying and harassment and the strikingly high number of LGBT youth who are homeless, in foster care, or living in high-risk situations, it is critical that we get a better understanding of the experiences, needs, and concerns of LGBT youth.
[...] They find safe havens among their peers, online and in their schools. They remain optimistic and believe things will get better. Nevertheless, the findings are a call to action for all adults who want ensure that young people can thrive.
Among the key statistics and findings:
Read the full Growing Up LGBT in America report from HRC here.
And learn about CFP nonprofit Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League (SMYAL) this way.