She said that I should dress differently so as not to look like them. Raisa N. I obviously check the age and try to, if it is possible, to ask that the kids bring permission [slips] from their parents. Of course, there are those who sometimes bully her, shout bad things at her. Those interviewed for this report describe being constantly on alert for harassment and violence.
We haven't the foggiest notion how to harmonize these two subsections.
States should ensure that they do not, in the name of traditional values, tolerate or condone violence, reinforce unequal power relations within family settings and, therefore, deprive adolescents of the opportunity to exercise their basic rights. Paul Donlevy, vicar general for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon testified that the church understands sexual orientation may not be chosen, but nevertheless " every person is called to holiness. Many of the students Human Rights Watch interviewed said they avoided disclosing their sexual orientation or gender identity if possible.
On the other, they talk on this issue solely in a negative context.