I have noticed that many of the things that are created for the benefit of a particular group tend to be something that most of society can benefit from (think curb cuts for accessibility). This seems to prove true again with Gay Straight Alliances.
This article states that, "Students in Canadian schools with gay-straight alliances were less likely to be discriminated against, had lower odds of suicidal thoughts and had fewer suicide attempts—regardless of whether they were gay or straight." This seems to be just one more example of how supporting folks in traditionally marginalized groups is actually a good thing for everyone. #365ofgoodWR