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Comments by Karen on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 10:29
I seem to be jaded by so much of what I hear on TV and the news, but when I heard about what happened to this innocent young boy while watching Ellen, my heart sank into very deep, sad place. I also have a son in Junior High and it makes me sad to know that children (yes children) this age are capable of such fear, hatred and will to murder, and actually carry it out. Larry will be in my prayers.
Columbus, OH
United States  

Comments by Alyse on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 10:08
My heart goes out to Larry's friends and family. I'm just so sorry that this has happened. Larry was very curagious to be himself in spite of some of his classmates' intolerance. I would have been proud to call him a friend if I knew him.
Atlanta, GA
United States  

Comments by Hena Faqurudheen on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 10:06
I live on the other side of the world from Larry's family, but I cannot express adequately enough how much I feel for your loss.
Here in India, sexual orientation is definitely a touchy issue - and I was more convinced of this after participating in the only campus production of the Vagina Monologues in all of South Asia in six years. While many supported the message behind the Monologues, there were a number of people who used it to attack the actresses' performances.
To be so brave and be so open, and then to be hurt so violently for it... My deepest, deepest condolences to the family.
Mumbai, Maharashtra
India  

Comments by Kathleen on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 09:18
We shall never really understand how such unkind actions like this can happen. Condolences to the family,friends,and to those who were traumatized by the actual shooting at school, which will never be the same. Peace.
Houston, TX
United States  

Comments by Christine on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 09:09
Thank you Honey, for being WHO you are - For standing up for WHAT you believe - for KNOWING that your LIGHT will NEVER go out.
Bless you on your new journey
Salem, Ma
United States  

Comments by Chi Sherman on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 09:05
What a sweet-looking young man. Kudos to him for knowing who he was and being brave enough to live life on his own terms. He will be missed, even by those of us who'd never had the honor of meeting him. Blessed Be.
Indianapolis, IN
United States  

Comments by Meredith on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 08:51
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. I teach a class on race, gender, and sexuality and my students are always shocked to find out that people are still killed because of blurring gender lines or for being gay and not afraid to live it! This should get more media coverage and attention NOW! My thoughts are with you.
Providence, RI
United States  

Comments by eric on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 08:48
What a sad sad day, my thoughts and prayers go to you.
foster, conn
United States  

Comments by Todd on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 08:17
I only just now heard of Larry's passing; in one moment, memories of my own junior high and high school years came back in a flash, and how painful and challenging they were. And I cried, for Larry, for anyone who has been bullied or taunted, regardless of the cause; I cried because, as an adult, I'd forgotten how terrible and awful it is to be made fun of; I cried when I read about Larry, and his personality and humor, and saw his photos, and recognized someone who would have grown into a person I would have called a friend. We can't all be saints, and I detest the "PC Police," but we CAN be kind, and we CAN teach our children the basic principles of kindness. Bullying and teasing will never go away; it's almost like nature's hazing process of adolesence. But there is a major difference between "normal" teasing, and fostering such bigotry that outright hatred and murder are the results. Larry, you will not be forgotten. I will try to conduct myself as a better person in your memory.
New York, NY
United States  

Comments by David Eakin on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 08:08
I am now 60 years old, I was also a young gay american (years old) and remember the treatment back then, I had hoped we had grown so far above this, let us all make Larry's death the last death due to intoerance. Rest in Peace.
Lake Worth, Florida
United States  

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