At first I thought this was just another "feel good" article in USA Today, and for the most part it is. You have to read the whole thing to actually get some additional perspective. Here's the deal. According to the article, today's generation of young adults are considerably more likely than previous generations to announce their homosexuality to peers and family members at an earlier age. The article points to several youth organizations that have formed supporting gay and lesbian teens. Thanks to the power of the Internet, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to seek one of these groups out if you're a teen from central Iowa as opposed to a major market center. The dissension on all of the openness regarding teen sexual orientation doesn't come in to the end of the article. It appears as if there is a law in the state of Georgia that requires schools to tell parents about the clubs and then allows then to cut of their child's access to the club. Some other southern states like Texas and North Carolina are lobbying to get a similar law passed. Interestingly enough, and we've spoken of the overall accepting attitude displayed by Generation Y, mainly based from their overall cultural diversity to begin with, you'll notice a sidebar in the piece where Gen Y is clearly the most accepting demographic segment nationally when it comes to homosexuality.