A survey of gay and lesbian high school students suggests they endure less violence and confrontation in schools where students receive AIDS and sexual-orientation instruction to increase sensitivity to gays. The survey, appearing Friday in the American Journal of Public Health, also found that gay, lesbian and bisexual students in schools without sensitivity training were more likely to report risky and frequent sex, substance abuse and suicide attempts.
Whoa. Wow. Whatta shock. No, really. Who'd have thought that teaching people about each other might have led them to not attacking each other? What a very strange concept. Really.
12/19/2001: vive la france
12/19/2001: princess, redux
12/19/2001: yemen and rumsfeld
12/18/2001: you're NOT in the army now
12/18/2001: interesting donation
12/18/2001: shame on winn dixie, indeed
12/18/2001: saudi princess
12/17/2001: new resolve
12/17/2001: a victim of the attack ... yeah, right
12/17/2001: polluters ho!