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Teenagers open-minded about sexuality and gender.

Teenagers open-minded about sexuality and gender.

Teenagers today are more likely to be open-minded about sexuality and gender than previous generations, have strong family values and be politically engaged.

But an analysis of young people’s outlook on the world published by the National Citizen Service also revealed that young people suffer body anxiety issues, been touched by mental health issues and been bullied at one stage in their lives.

The study is a collection of surveys targeted at 16 and 17 year olds over the last 12 months, which shows that 59 per cent of teens think the idea that everyone is either straight or gay is out of date, compared with 48 per cent of adults.

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