In April, The Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth released a report with some stark numbers: LGBTQ students are 3.2 times more likely than other students to have hurt themselves on purpose or to have considered suicide. About 16 percent of LGBTQ students—as opposed to 4 percent of their heterosexual, cisgender peershave attempted suicide in the past year. What could be behind high LGBTQ youth suicide rates? Connecting Point’s Tony Dunne sat down with J.M Sorrell, spokesperson for Noho Pride for some answers, as well as a preview of this Saturday’s 38th annual Noho Pride Parade & Event.