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Content warning: This story mentions violence against 2SLGTBQ+ people and suicidal ideation.
When the U.S.-based It Gets Better Project first launched as a video campaign in 2010, it was in response to the suicides of teenagers who were bullied for being gay or perceived to be gay.
Thirteen years later, the project’s work is perhaps as relevant as ever — with 2SLGBTQ+ communities across the U.S. facing rising rates of hatred and violence. To combat this, the organization launched the
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