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Comments by India on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 11:26
*snip* Those of us who have that secret voice inside... wishing we could do something... being afraid of standing up for what is right because of what people will think... wanting to just be who we are without fear... hearing the jokes about fairies, dykes and queers wishing we could just tune out what we hear... I challenge you, just once to speak against it and see how that feels. There are many more people in your corner then you know but if you are silent you may never find them. Just reach out a little and it will go a long way. Let today be that "someday". *snip*
Richmond, Virginia
United States  

Comments by India on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 11:25
Words will never do justice here. I am deeply saddened by this abomination. Yet I find hope... in all the people that are taking the time to think about what happened. Really absorbing and understanding what this means to them personally no mater what their belief system or orientation was before.
For those that thought their family was safe from harm because they are not gay... I'm sure the McInerney family would tell you how the fear and hate that took over their precious boy has done more damage then any of us could fathom. This affects all of us and we can not keep suppressing our human rights without reaping the consequences. *snip*
Richmond, Virginia
United States  

Comments by taiana on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 11:19
i'd like to thank everyone that attended larry's memorial. my name is taiana fakatoufifita and i was a dear friend of larry's. i've known larry since kindergarden and since the day we met...we were friends from then on. I loved larry as if he were my one flesh and blood. My aunt Kiki use to day care him when we were in 4th and 5th grade. we use to have lots of fun.I remember larry giving mr this necklace that hah a beauty and the beast piece on it.. and iremember him saying"we always be best friends...just like beauty and the beast". I hope everyone learns something from this tragedy and pays it foward on being kind to others. i know for a fact larry would love that.Bless the King family and I wish them the best.i love you larry and R.IP.
oxnard, california
United States  

Comments by Steve DeFabbia Jr. on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 10:51
My heart goes out to everyone involved. It is hard to accept that such a horrible thing has happened due to someone being different. it descusts me. It shouldn't matter if Larry was gay or not, he seemed to be an amazing person that made a strong impact on the people around him. I believe Larry is in heaven now, and hopefully after this tragic event- people around the united states and the entire world will be able to view EVERYONE differently. People need to understand that we were all created, the way we are, for a reason, and everyone ought to be loved and appreciated for being themselves. I pray for the king family and everyone else involved. <3
Fishkill, NY
United States  

Comments by Melanie on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 10:13
To Larry's Family: My father passed away last Thanksgiving so I know grief of a loved one. However, I do not know grief of a child. I wish you peace and fond memories going forward. I am not gay, but have been an advocate of gay rights for years and work everyday in my career to help create a workplace and society that is open and accepting of people. While I do not identify as gay, I know what it feels like to be bullied for being different. May Larry's life not be in vain and may at least one person hear this story or hear someone refer to this experience and be changed. Ellen and People magazine did a great thing by bringing this to the public. Hopefully, there can be change by all of us doing something to help remove hate. Rest in Peace, Larry.
Alpharetta, GA
United States  

Comments by Armando Blake on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 09:42
The Ventura County Star: Oxnard edition is running a story in today's paper about a local theatre group dedicating its performances to the memory of Larry.
http://venturacountystar.com/news /2008/feb/26/
Then search below for 'The Mikado Dedicates Show to Larry King's Memory'
Oxnard, CA
United States  

Comments by Cisco on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 09:33
I am so so sorry for your loss. Lawrence was just being himself and was killed for it. All we as gay people can do is be our selves, its who we are not a choice. I will keep Lawrence in my memory and spread the word about what happened to him. He will not be forgotten. Rest in peace little one and thank you for having the courage to be you.
Denver, Colorado
United States  

Comments by Julia on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 08:44
I was deeply saddened to hear about this. Hate crimes should not be tolerated. I'm disgusted with the human race. I'm very sorry for your loss.
Winnipeg, MB
Canada  

Comments by Marsha Hubicz on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 08:03
Please accept my deepest sympathies for your tragic loss. I can tell by the photo gallery that Larry knew he was loved by his family and by God, his creator. My heart breaks that such a precious life was taken before he even had a chance to show the world exactly what he was meant to be. Hold your memories of Larry close to your heart, share his story with all who will listen, and know that there are many people who are praying that you are comforted in this time of sorrow. As the mother of an openly gay son (age 21), I pray daily that he is protected from those who hate and would want to cause him harm. My son has traveled the country with a social justice organization to stop colleges from discriminating against openly gay students. May Larry's life and his death reflect that is NEVER o.k. to hurt someone based on who that person loves. Again, my heart is with you as you grieve, may God grant you peace. What a beautiful child you have, may his spirit live on forever. God Bless.
Uniontown, OH
United States  

Comments by Deanna on Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 07:22
To the family and friends of this young man, my heart goes out to you. Being the mother of a child who is also "different" (autism), this strikes too close to home. To know that kids will kill kids for being DIFFERENT. I am so sad for your loss, and so fearful of what this world is becoming.
Gastonia, NC
United States  

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