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Comments by megan on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 14:30
this is such a sin as i have friends that r gay and such..I find they can be such gerat people and fun to hang with them..as im not gay or lez but i wouldnt never hurt anyone such cuz they r different then me..and to take someone life cuz they ask to u to be ur valentine is stupid...its a sin wat happen to u larry i hope where eevr u r now ur happy and looking down one us with a smile...my thoughts and prays go out to u and ur family may u rest in peace and u shall always live on in our hearts megan
liverpool, Nova Soctia
Canada  

Comments by Daniel Wilkes on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 14:11
As a young gay man, only two years older than Larry, I read his story with horror and much sadness. It was terrible to see such courage and youthful innocence so senselessly destroyed.
I hope all those affected by this tragedy find peace, even the boy who has to live the rest of his life knowing that he has ended another's- the fault is not his, it's his society's. Right from his parents- through the school, the state legislature and eventually the federal government. All should have made clear to him that all life is sacred, and that a person's homosexuality makes them no less human, no less deserving of the right to live without fear, no less deserving of equal treatment.
Rest in peace, Larry. May you never be forgotten, and let's hope that your passing is given at least some meaning in making the sort of hatred you were shown a thing of the past.
Monmouth, Monmouthshire
United Kingdom  

Comments by Darryl on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 06:56
I wish you had had the chance to live more of your life. I never got the chance to meet you on earth, maybe there is a kinder place where you are now and we can be friends there one day. Love Darryl.
Adelaide, South Australia
Australia  

Comments by Sara on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 06:11
my deepest sympathies go out to all the lives who have been ruined by this tragedy. i hope that everyone involved may eventually find the peace and calm that they deserve. this is something no person should ever have to go through, and it just goes to show that we haven't come as far as we thought concerning basic human rights. if anything can be gained from these horrific events, it's that people may learn to be more tolerant and understanding of others who they may perceive as different, and maybe learn that we are all of the same value, no matter of race, gender or sexual orientation.
my condolences, and hope that maybe these words may provide some comfort, even if they come from a complete stranger.
Gothenburg, Västra Götalandslän
Sweden  

Comments by Brett Dias on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 04:12
The world is watching...Rest in peace Larry King.
Perth, WA
Australia  

Comments by Bo Madsen on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 23:19
I just wanted to say that I am really sorry for the loss of a good person. It's not right. People shouldn't judge other people for their sexuality. It makes me sick and I know that other people think the same way.
My name is Bo Madsen, I am the 2007-2008 GSA Vice President at Selma High School in Selma,CA. This year we are going to to dedicate the April 25, 2008 on Day of Silence for Lawrence King this year. We are honoring him because he didn't care of what people thought of him.
I just want to say that Selma High GSA and I personally want to say sorry to the family and close friends for their loss of Lawrence King. And that I will be praying for you.
Kingsburg, CA
United States  

Comments by Adrienne White on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 20:52
I am so sorry for your loss. It is so rare to find a young person as comfortable and confident with who he is the way that Larry was. The world has really lost something there.
There are no words to convey the sorrow I feel for all of you in this horrible loss.
Metairie, La
United States  

Comments by Jennifer on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 20:25
it truely upsets me to see this tradegy has occured. i never knew this happened until i was on youtube watching the brandon teena story and lawrence popped up...i live in philadelphia and i dont think they showed this on tv. its hurts me because im 16 and my girlfriend and i are scared to hold hands and walk down the street. we've been together for 2 years and we are still scared. i never knew that they were starting to kill people at a younger age now. but we will get through this. soon we will be accepted and to the family, i am truely sorry for your lost but it has opened the eyes of many thank you
Philadelphia, PA
United States  

Comments by Wil on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 19:50
My thoughts are with you all. I came to terms with my sexuality and 'came-out' of the closet in January 1993 - the same time that Larry was born. For me, coming out was the start of my life after years of torment, ridicule and innuendo. Since 1993, i thought the people had become more accepting of GLBT people, however this terrible, terrible reminder of how hatred towards GLBT still exists must be put to an end. We must ensure that Larry's passing is NEVER forgotton and strive to have those who encite hate and violence against GLBT to be brought to justice. Rest in Peace Larry xoxo
Brisbane, Queensland
Australia  

Comments by Sharon Zatarga on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 19:00
What a courageous young man, to not be scared at his age to be who he was! How sad, what a tradegy, what a loss of a beautiful young man. My thoughts, prayers and heart go out to the King family and friends. BE PROUD OF WHO YOUR SON WAS AND HOW CORAGEOUS HE WAS! WALK WITH YOUR HEAD HIGH BECAUWSE THAT WOULD BE WHAT LARRY WOULD WANT FROM HIS FAMILY!
Sincerely, Sharon
Centre, Alabama
United States  

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