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Suicide rates are not consistent worldwide. They vary in a wide variety of ways. Region, sexuality, and gender are all factors that influence suicide. This essay examines the manners in which region, sexuality, and gender influence suicide by themselves and, in some cases, with each other. It offers explanations for why they do so. Finally, this paper aims to give suggestions on future research regarding suicide and future policies to help reduce suicide rates.



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