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13.06.2013

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Though Acceptance for Gay Americans Is Growing, Discrimination Persists MP3

A new survey by the Pew Research Center offers a complex view of what it's like to be an LGBT American. The survey found that while 92 percent of LGBT Americans say society is more accepting, 53 percent say they still face discrimination. Ray Suarez talks with Paul Taylor, co-author of the survey, and Gary Gates of UCLA. Source: pbs.org

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