The Reason for AA isn't because you're mocked or put under a situation where you aren't represented well. Its based off of the fact that blacks,mexican,NA, and etc are not given the same opportunities in school and hence their education process was much harder. Most people that are lgb don't come out until college most of the time and that doesn't affect the way they were brought up in elementary and high school
Yes, I've overcome a lot of "challenges" and have faced some "discrimination", but how do you describe that without coming off as just another a sob story? I've obviously accomplished a lot despite it all, so what's the point in dragging up what I see as irrelevant parts of my identity?
Personally, I think for one year, law schools should admit only gay people. Then straights can see what it feels like to be discriminated against! Consider it reparations.At the very least, the government should issue a three-dollar bill and make it pink...
but to have a checkbox, and give bonus credit would be a mistake.