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Topic - Debra Hauser
"For all the young people we work with, whether they are gay, lesbian, bisexual or straight, acceptance is the No. 1 issue ... it's something that all young people really want," said Debra Hauser, president of Advocates for Youth.
"The idea that young people hear lots of anti-gay rhetoric and slurs" - the survey found that 92 percent said they had heard negative messages about being LGBT - "feeds into this idea and feeling that they are 'less than,' " Ms. Hauser said. "So it's really, really important that young people are accepted and loved for who they are."