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Comments by Heather on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 18:19
I was instantly touched by Larry's spirit, and those of his dearest friends; in particular, Mariah and Marina, his teacher, his lawyer, and his housemate. Larry, we all know you're in Heaven, and not for one second should you nor any of your loved ones pay attention to those wearing "Save Brandon" bracelets; you, too, suffered in your childhood, but instead found the courage to express who you were; you encountered abuse and difficulty, but you only expressed love and acceptance and a downright pride in who you were. You may have saved another child's life with your story; touched someone's heart who would have hurt another person as you were hurt. Thank you, Larry, for coming out and being who you were. It only comes from fear-Brandon was afraid of you. His supporters are afraid of what they don't understand. If it had been their child that they reported dead; would their hearts be so hardened then?
Keep on shining up in Heaven. I'll be glad to meet you someday.
Philadelphia, PA
United States  

Comments by Matt on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 09:59
I, like many, was just informed about this horrific tragedy by the documentary Valentine Road. I know first and foremost I will not forget Latisha and her struggle to be who she was in a time of confusion for all young people with little to no adult guidance. I don't really know what to say other than we need to let the older generation die out and hope that the next generation will be more like the kids in the documentary. It is sad the way older people think anyone would choose to be lgbt, and I say that only because of the difficulty of life, from not having marriage benefits, hospital rights, all of the legal/tax disadvantages set up by our system and most of all the extreme judgement cast upon you by the ignorant masses. Sounds like fun. Much more education needs to be spread on tolerance and simply science in general. An LGBT person controls their genetics as much as anyone, it's like blaming a person for having too much melatonin in their skin.
Vicksburg, MI
United States  

Comments by Iesha on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 03:29
I AM TRULY SORRY LARRY. I DON'T KNOW YOU BUT, IT SEEMS LIKE I'VE KNOWN YOU FOR A LONG TIME. YOU HAVE TOUCHED MY HEART AND MAY YOU REST IN PEACE. MAY GOD BE WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. YOU SOUL WILL FOREVER LIVE ON. YOU'VE BEEN AN INSPIRATION TO ME AND JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED TO BRANDON WHEN HE MEETS THE MAN ABOVE. MUCH LOVE FROM TAMPA, FL
Tampa, Florida
United States  

Comments by Holly on Friday, October 18, 2013 at 14:20
I just watched your story and what a tragic end to such a beautiful person. I hope that one day we will not hears stories such as urs ever again that ppl will learn to except everyone for who they are. Keep flying butterfly...
Charlotte, Nc
United States  

Comments by oscar on Friday, October 18, 2013 at 04:24
Air Valentine Road publicly. Some people knew Larry and would like to see his documentary. Larry I never met you, but I've known you since elementary. I am a couple years older, but we went to Hathaway its nice to meet you Larry. Oxnard is waiting for you Documentary.
oxnard, california
United States  

Comments by Shawn Demmons on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 17:19
LaTisha,you were one brave young lady. I admire your strength & courage. I am sorry that nobody protected you. Your life was not in vain and I will make sure you are never forgotten. For now, rest in peace.
san francisco, ca
United States  

Comments by Kaitlynn Drollinger on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 16:09
I've watched Valentines road twice now, because I felt I owed it to you to watch the parts i turned away from the first time, or cried to hard to hear the words. My heart is broken, this is so sad. How could a person so kind have fallen through the cracks, where no one was able to help and to love such a loveable child. I'm adopted, i was raised in a white family although I am not. I know that alone can leave you feeling so isolated, alien, and in some cases alone. I cant imagine how he must have felt and how brave he was to be true to himself. That school and its teachers and their disgusting lack of remorse is infuriating. Larry may you know the love you deserved now, to make up for what you didnt in life.
Salt Lake City, UT
United States  

Comments by K.F. on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at 17:23
Larry~Though I may have not known you,I just watched Valentine Road and I cannot tell you the anger yet at the same time sadness that rushed through me. I am also someone around your age that has been going through these stages of confusion. Thank you so much for inspiration and your bravery to fight for who you are. I have fought restlessly against bullying for noy only me but other people. You were a beautiful person inside and out. Anger rushes through me as I watch and listen to all this hatred that cruel people can do. To other people going through bullying or confusion in sexuality,stay strong and stand up for who you are .
wilmington, ohio
United States  

Comments by Amy Jane Astin on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at 16:38
I've recently watched "Valentine Road" and my heart is BROKEN for you,Larry. I AUTOMATICALLY started doing more research & finding out more & I have been crying uncontrollably the WHOLE time. My little brother is also transgender & I keep thinking that what happened to you could've easily happened to him as well...even in our tiny section of the Jersey Shore. I will ALWAYS remember you Larry. You did NOT die in vain NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE SAYS!! I love you sweet angel. May you find the peace in heaven that you couldn't find in this life. SAVE Brandon?? Please!! What a JOKE. What about LARRY?!?! He doesn't get to come home when he's 39yrs old like Brandon does. That's still young enough to have a complete life. Justice was NOT served in MY opinion. Although my heart DOES go out to Brandon's family,may God have mercy on Brandon's soul on judgement day. Until then,I will carry you in my heart wherever I may go,Larry. RIP you beautiful boy- inside AND out!!
Pleasantville, NJ
United States  

Comments by Vera on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at 13:12
Rest in peace, angel.
Los Angeles, California
United States  

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