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Familial Rejection & Abuse: The Heartbreaking Stories Of Homeless LGBT People

The park was secluded so very few people were ever around. One morning, I saw a guy who looked homeless sleeping on a bench. When he got up, he took off.
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The divorce was final and I was out on my ass - no job, no house, no nothing. I was broke and homeless. I had walked until I wore my madness off. When I finally got hold of myself I was in a part of town where I had never been before.

A new report paints a grim picture of homeless youths selling their bodies in order to survive on the streets. The research built on several studies on homeless youth, including a survey out of New York that found that gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth were seven times more likely to have traded sex for food or a place to stay. Meredith Dank, a senior research associate at the Urban Institute and lead author of the study, said she realized during earlier research on sex work that there was not enough good information about why LGBT youths made these decisions, so the study focused on letting them tell their own stories. The parade involved male and female homosexuals, who marched without incident two miles from Gay Activists headquarters to a park near City Hall. With fists raised, they shout a football style "Gay Power" cheer at police blocking the building. Militants often charge police brutality and welcome arrest for the sake of publicity.

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    More than a decade ago, Los Angeles stopped putting people in jail for sleeping in the streets — a compromise laid out in a court settlement that halted police enforcement of laws barring encampments in public spaces until the city could build more housing for homeless people.

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