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In a school environment where LGBTQ students often fear for their safety in class, GSAs provide the student body with organized advocacy efforts, including bullying prevention, awareness raising, and generally providing a place where queer students can feel safe. Developing out of similar school organizations dating from the mid-1980s, in recent decades Gay Straight Alliance groups have cropped up at hundreds of schools across the U.S. and the world. The data is in: having a GSA at your school had a positive correlation to the well-being of LGBTQ students. See what GSAs across the world are doing to improve queer student life!

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