ASHEVILLE – Nearly every week, local LGBT youth advocate Jim Faucett gets an e-mail from a parent terrified that their child is gay.
The first thing he tells them is, “Thank you. Your kid is likely to be OK.”
“Having support at home makes a world of difference,” said Faucett, executive director of Youth OUTright WNC, a local nonprofit that offers discussion groups and social activities for LGBT and questioning teens.
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