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12/15/2006

But happily, drama club members don't seem to be getting harassed for being thespians

by Jeremy Hooper

 Ross-On-The-Road Images Grpc1-Images 7-1Students involved with the Gay-Straight Alliance at Ambridge Area High School in Ambridge, PA, are reporting that bullying against them has actually increased since their club was started in October.

Disturbing. But we simply can't imagine where these students are getting the idea that harassing gays is acceptable:

Picture 11-16

Nope, no clue.

Students in a club for homosexuals say they are being harassed [AP via York Dispatch]

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