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Studies that try to define the percentage of teens who are not heterosexual are often limited by the questions that they ask. Teens who will eventually identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual do not always do so during adolescence. Having had sex with someone of the same gender does not always mean the teen is gay, and many gay teens have never had sex with someone of the same gender. The best available Canadian statistics are from the 2003 British Columbia Adolescent Health Survey (3), a cluster-stratified, weighted survey that represented 289,767 students from British Columbia who were enrolled in public schools. While only 1.5% of all boys identified themselves as bisexual, mostly homosexual or 100% homosexual, 3.5% of sexually active boys said that they have had sex with someone of the same gender in the past year. Three per cent of girls identified as bisexual, mostly homosexual or 100% homosexual, while 6.4% of sexually active girls reported having had sex with someone of the same gender in the past year (3). American data are similar; Remafedi et al (4) reported that 1.1% of teens identified as gay or bisexual, but 4.5% stated that their main sexual attraction was to individuals of the same sex. A Massachusetts (USA) study (5) found that 2.5% of youth self-identified as gay, lesbian or bisexual.
Starry-eyed Chris has just started the dream job every outcast kid in town wants: working at Vinyl Mayhem. It's as rad as she imagined; her boss is BOSS, her co-workers spend their time arguing over music, pushing against the patriarchy, and endlessly trying to form a band. When Rosie Riot, the staff's favorite singer, mysteriously vanishes the night before her band's show, Chris discovers her co-workers are doing more than just sorting vinyl...Her local indie record store is also a front for a teen girl vigilante fight club!
This is not your mother and father's high school club. First established in a Los Angeles high school in 1984, gay-straight alliances (GSAs) like Project 10 are school-sponsored clubs for gay teens and their straight peers. While they are still a new concept--most GSAs have been founded within the past two years in response to the widely publicized 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard in Wyoming--there are approximately 750 such organizations nationwide. Suddenly, GSAs are on everyone's radar screen--the darling of the diversity crowd and the bête noire of the Christian right, which warns that GSAs will usher the \"homosexual agenda\" into schools.
According to the media, high school students like Ally are feeling increasingly comfortable leading openly gay lives. Studies have shown that gay youths today are disclosing their sexuality, or \"coming out,\" at a younger age: In the 1970s, gay men came out on average in their mid- to late-20s; now, the mean age is 18, and it is no longer unusual to find professedly gay students in high school. Writing last April in The Advocate, a national gay magazine, David Kirby reported that \"across the nation, gay and lesbian students are coming out in their schools with a sense of confidence that would have seemed impossible just a few years ago.\" A Newsweek story attributes this supportive climate to gay-straight alliances, which \"have been a major factor in helping teenagers create openly gay lives.\" Some people claim that it is only gay-straight alliances, and not the larger school culture, that is making the climate for gay kids more supportive. To the extent that schools are becoming safer for gay students, it is \"in spite of, not because of, the system,\" says Kevin Jennings, the executive director of GLSEN.
\"Many of our teens don't have a clear understanding of what consent means or what constitutes as sexual violence,\" said Nathan Brewer, youth outreach worker with the club. \"We challenged them to come up with ways to help address this. 59ce067264