In addition there are developed countries that have opened up their immigration

In addition there are developed countries that have

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they encounter at schools and workplaces. In addition, there are developed countries that have opened up their immigration programs to offer asylum for LGBT people who are at risk of persecution in countries that have outlawed homosexuality. Such advances have been instrumental in diluting the problems of the LGBT community and asserting the need for equality. Conclusion In recent years, there have been a wide range of attitudes relayed towards LGBT community across social, religious and individual contexts. The belief and values of societies have proven instrumental in modeling the challenges that the LGBT community faces. The most dominant challenge as identified in this paper is discrimination, which is evidenced in education,
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(Insert surname) 4 employment and housing. The LGBT community also faces violence, victimization, isolation and bullying, all of which increase their propensity to developing mental health problems. Though the LGBT community is increasingly being accepted in many parts of the world, there are certain difficulties that have proven insurmountable for the sexual minorities given that its members live within societies that are largely identified by the majority sexual orientation.
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(Insert surname) 5 Works Cited Clark, Fiona. "Discrimination Against LGBT People Triggers Health Concerns." The Lancet 383.9916 (2014): 500-502. Higa, Darrel et al. "Negative And Positive Factors Associated With The Well-Being Of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, And Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth." Youth & Society 46.5 (2012): 663-687.
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