In our best interest: Meeting moral duties to lesbian, gay, and bisexual adolescent students

Journal of Social Philosophy 35 (2):198–210 (2004)
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Abstract

It is unclear that United States schools are doing sufficient work to identify and protect the interests of their LGB students this analysis, we rely on certain public-health research in social epidemiology to show that discrimination against LGB adolescents imposes morally significant harms to both adolescents and community. We apply "trust” and “social capital” to educational standards and practices as foundations for educational practices that work toward full equality of LGB students in regard to opportunity and other primary social goods.

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