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The difficulties of being gay and Latino




Esvin Ramirez, with the Hispanic Pastors Association of Rhode Island, protests outside a room where Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee and Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin, not pictured, speak during a news conference to push for  gay marriage in the state, at the Statehouse in Providence, R.I., Thursday, March 31, 2011.
Esvin Ramirez, with the Hispanic Pastors Association of Rhode Island, protests outside a room where Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee and Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin, not pictured, speak during a news conference to push for gay marriage in the state, at the Statehouse in Providence, R.I., Thursday, March 31, 2011.
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Recent polls show increasing support for same-sex marriage, even among groups traditionally opposed to it. For instance, a survey by the Pew Hispanic Center shows a majority of Latinos now support same-sex unions.

Still, many young people say it's not easy being Latino and gay. Veronica Zaragovia of the Fronteras Desk reports from Las Vegas.