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Comments by antwan thomas on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 19:17
to the family of larry i and my familly am praying for your strenth in god cause i am gay and i know what it is like to be out in school but god loves you and larry is looking down on you but things will change will come
detroit , michigan
United States  

Comments by Karin Jordan on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 19:05
My brother Eric, was gay. He was picked on and ridiculed for it. I came home from school one day and my parent's had left me a note, it said they were at the hospital and to call my aunt Amy to come pick me up and take me there. I thougth it was my sister. When I got there, I saw my sister; so then I thoght it was my grampa. I found out it was brother. He was severely beaten for being gay. They tied Him up and hit Him with a baseball bat in the genitals. Then they beat the rest of Him. He survived thanks to Jesus, but 6 month's later on December 6th 2006 He shot Himself. The letter He left said He shot Himself to please all of those who told Him "homo's should die." I share your pain.
Montevallo, Alabama
United States  

Comments by Amy on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 17:50
My heart goes out to you for your senseless loss. I hope parents are thinking about how they talk to their kids about being gay, thinking someone is gay or even using the word "gay" in a way that is derogatory. I wish you peace.
Seattle, WA
United States  

Comments by Natasha Burford on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 17:40
I am truly saddened at this tragedy and it has touched me deeply. I have just become a new mum and the thought of this ever happening to a child of my own makes me very sad. I honestly believe though that the new generation need to be taught that its ok to be different and its ok for others to be different. I will make my promise to Larry and to everyone affected by this horrible tragedy that i will be one parent that teaches my daughter its ok to be different and its ok to befriend someone who is different.
May Larry's Family try to find some peace.
RIP Larry.
Adelaide, South Australia
Australia  

Comments by Mar on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 15:21
My prayers are with the family and friends of Larry. May he be blessed for his amazing courage. I am a middle school teacher and will congtinue to advocate for our youth; no mattter what choices they make. Blessed be.
Philadelphia, PA
United States  

Comments by Jose on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 13:11
From Oscar Wilde's tombstone in Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris:
And alien tears will fill for him
Pity's long broken urn,
For his mourners will be outcast men,
And outcasts always mourn.
London, Ontario
Canada  

Comments by Maria on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 13:11
This is so very sad...we must learn respect our differences, and look for the things we have in common with one another. May his family be able to use this terrible experience and try to shine a bright light into the dark and make a difference in educating the ignorance of those that hate what they do not understand...lets make this a better world, one person at a time.
Hate is simply fear and ignorance of the unknown.
May Larry's soul travel in peace, love and harmony.
Maria
Miami, Florida
United States  

Comments by Tibhi Micheals on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 11:37
Ciao! spero che qualcuno possa tradurre le mie parole, in quanto sono italiana. Vorrei dire che qua molti amici subiscono brutte offese per come si vestono o per come sono. Quindi speriamo che con questo episodio la gente possa riflettere e porre fine a pregiudizi.
I'm sorry Larry! Love for you
Milano, Italia
Italy  

Comments by Giuseppe on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 11:01
Ciao
ho letto la tua storia oggi sicuramente adesso sarai un Angelo che veglia su tutti noi dall'alto dei cieli hai vissuto una vita da grande e spero che il tuo sacrificio faccia diventere la gente più buona e più tollerante
ciao
Milano, Milano
Italy  

Comments by Kendra on Monday, March 31, 2008 at 09:06
I am so sorry for you loss. As a bisexual and with a gay sister and sister in law this kind of thing frightens me, I have no words for the feeling I am feeling, I know what its like to lose a son but not to violence. Rest in Peace Larry
Oneida, Ny
United States  

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