Gay teens,
more likely than their straight peers to get expelled from school, arrested and convicted of adult crimes,
The Washington Post
[F]or similar misconduct, gay adolescents were roughly 1.25 to 3 times more likely to be sanctioned than their straight peers. The sexual-orientation disparity was greatest for girls. Girls who identified themselves as lesbian or bisexual experienced 50 percent more police stops and reported more than twice as many juvenile arrests and convictions as other teen girls in similar trouble, the study said.
Photo by Vivian Johnson.