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Gay Bullying: Schools Ignore At Their Own Peril

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A line of people carry signs as they walk near the New Jersey Statehouse Monday Nov. 15, 2010, in Trenton , N.J., as lawmakers hold hearings inside into a bill that would toughen New Jersey's anti-bullying laws.
A line of people carry signs as they walk near the New Jersey Statehouse Monday Nov. 15, 2010, in Trenton , N.J., as lawmakers hold hearings inside into a bill that would toughen New Jersey's anti-bullying laws.

Gay kids have long been a target of bullying. Until recently incidents could be laughed off as "pranks," and no one suffered any consequences -- except for the gay kid. But in the last few years, that has begun to change.

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