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Welcome. Consider yourself a volunteer in a unique experiment that's making headlines worldwide by daring people to talk about their differences. (In fact, you can Post or Reply right now, or check out the award-winning Dare to Ask newspaper column.)

Y? Forum, the first and only site of its kind, provides a safe place to candidly discuss tough issues such as racism, stereotypes, gender discrimination, religious persecution, age discrimination, homophobia, and other matters of cultural diversity. Users are encouraged to ask those questions you've been too embarrassed or uncomfortable to ask in the past and provide your perspective on other users' questions. Y? The National Forum On People's Differences has no agenda or cause, other than to get people talking across their differences - a running dialogue Y? believes most of us would like to see occur but that has yet to fully unfold through the conventional media. To help you get started, you'll find extensive articles here at Yforum.com on diversity, racism, sexism, sexuality, ageism, religion and disability. We encourage you to browse these articles before beginning your dialogues.

You can also click here to find questions for which we're seeking replies to run in the "Dare to Ask" newspaper column.

Phillip J. Milano, Director

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