British gay rights campaigning charity Stonewall have released The School Report 2012, a follow up to their 2007 School Report. It paints a bleak picture of life as an LGBT student in the UK. However, I am sceptical of the methods and analysis in the report and argue that the report is not generalizable primarily because of its poor sampling techniques. My post at Psychology Today provides a detailed critique of the report and its findings.
The School Report 2012
Posted by Mark McCormack on July 8, 2012