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Comments by Tracey W. Lee on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:19
I did not know you Larry but I know your soul is at peace with God. You will be remembered. I love your courage - your willingness to be authentic - to be yourself. Your death is a loss to all humanity and I only hope the tragedy will help this crazy world wake up. Perhaps your death will help those of us left here to remember we are all connected. I pray for your family and for the child who's ego caused him to take your life. May God help us learn from these tragic mistakes before it is too late.
Vacaville, Ca
United States  

Comments by Ilsa on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:18
I will continue to work toward educating students and teachers about acceptance and tolerance for LGBT people. I am deeply saddened by this event.
San Francisco, California
United States  

Comments by David Green on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:16
When I first saw a picture of Larry I thought to myself,my gosh he's just a baby. From what I've read and what I've seen, Larry was just as beautiful on the inside as he was on the outside. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire King family and with all those lives Larry has touched. May God hold him tenderly for all eternity.
Topsfield, Massachusetts
United States  

Comments by Father Bruce Douglas on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:16
My deepest condolences for this lovely child of God, and for the family and friends who are very many.
+May God bless Larry - In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen
Fr. Bruce
Ellington, Connecticut
United States  

Comments by Maria on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:14
I read about this terribly tragic story in people magazine. I showed my 11 year old son the story and made him read it to instill even more so what I have already instilled in him: accept people for who they are, embrace their individuality and consider yourself honored to be this individual's friend.
New York, NY
United States  

Comments by Mary on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:11
I'm sorry for your loss. I wish I knew what to say right now. It's difficult to express. My sincerest condolences.
Lorain, Ohio
United States  

Comments by Bruce on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:11
To The King Family & Friends:
Please accept my deepest condolences with respect to your loss. As an older gay man who has previously endured the many types of humiliation, fear, name calling and such while always looking over my shoulder, Larry's story that the Ellen Show portrayed brought it all back and made it real. I couldn't shut off the tears for days. It should hurt and bother us! Time, experience and wrongful human loss hasn't tought us much yet. However, maybe, just maybe, something good can come from Larry's passing where his unnecessary death can become a catalyst of acceptance, understanding, hope and support that is needed so very much at all levels throughout our country. It all has to count for something good. It just has to!
Take care & hugs.
Bruce
Boston, MASS
United States  

Comments by Renee on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:10
"May his peace be with you until we meet again."
The photo gallery brought tears to my eyes. His story has touched many lives and will enlighten many more. My prayers are with the family.
Jackson, MS
United States  

Comments by Doug on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:08
My thoughts, prayers, and energy go out to the family and friends of Larry. May we all learn from this tragedy that individuality and uniqueness are gifts to be nutured and cherished!
In this world it is a shame that people with great courage and conviction can be killed and the event swept under a rug simply because they are UNIQUE.
Baltimore, Maryland
United States  

Comments by Lyla Whannel on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 13:07
Such a beautiful, beautiful boy! I'm so glad he was brave and strong in his life. He was true to himself, which most people no matter their age never find. There are no words adequate for the sorrow of losing such a lovely person on earth but it sounds as if the people who knew him and were his friends, truly and completely loved him. I wish I had had the chance to meet him....., My thoughts and prayers go out to his family & family of friends. Continue to offer love to the world, not hate even if it doesn't seem fair sometimes. You know that Larry would be smiling.
Traer, IA
United States  

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