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LGBT advocates seek new attitudes

Community leaders push Valley to be more welcoming

10:17 PM, Jan. 26, 2013
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Andy Sampson remembers how angry he was when school officials denied his petition to make Neenah High School's Gay-Straight Alliance an official club.

"I was incensed, I didn't understand. Clearly someone was afraid of the topic," said Sampson, now a 28-year-old paralegal in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area.

With the backing of community members and legal support from the American Civil Liberties Union, Sampson, who is gay, continued to push his school, which granted the club official status in 2002 on the day Sampson graduated from high school. ...

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