Homophobic bullying in Mexico: Results of a national survey

  title={Homophobic bullying in Mexico: Results of a national survey},
  author={Ricardo Baruch-Dom{\'i}nguez and C{\'e}sar Infante-Xibill{\'e} and Claudio E. Saloma-Zu{\~n}iga},
  journal={Journal of LGBT Youth},
  pages={18 - 27}
ABSTRACT Homophobic and transphobic bullying, through teasing, physical violence, and other forms of aggression, is a problem that affects lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at all levels of education. Even though there have been legal changes in Mexico to protect human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, schools are spaces where discrimination and violence toward them are still common. In 2012, using an online survey asking participants about their… 

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