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Comments by Danny Miller on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 04:32
I knew I was gay since I was 8. I had my 1st boyfriend at 12. His name was Danny. He didn't know how I felt about him. I was ready to tell him how I felt but was so scared he would hate me. When I told him, I held my breath to see what he would say. He kissed me on my cheek & said he felt the same way about me. I was so happy. Later that year, I saw Danny being beat up. I jumped in to help him. I was beat up & stabbed. As I layed there, I asked him why they were hitting him. He said they found out we were boyfriends. I barely survived, thanks to Danny's help. This hate for gays has gone on too long. I cried so much when I heard about Larry. I feel so sad for his family. I want to do what I can to help them & to see that this never happens again. Larry was so young and only wanted to show his love to someone he realy cared about. Whats wrong with that? Larry, you will be in my heart always & in the hearts of many people for years to come. May God have a special place for you in heaven.
Franklin, Ohio
United States  

Comments by Lexen on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 04:27
Such a sad story. It's hard to believe that this happened in the same country that calls itself 'land of the free'. The US could take some political pointers from Western-Europe regarding treatment of same-sex oriented people. Discrimination (of any kind, whatsoever) should be illegal. Weapons should not be in arm's reach of the people.
My thoughts go out to all the families involved in this tragedy. Let this be the last fatal incident of hate crime.
Hasselt, Limburg
Belgium  

Comments by LaKeshia on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 03:56
Larry's tragic end has reminded me how important it is to accept myself and others at face value. I promise to live as a better person from now on, that way the world will evolve, one person at a time.
Akron, OH
United States  

Comments by Martin Guise on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 03:36
Words are useless when faced with a tragedy like this yet somehow we have to express ourselves through the written word. I thouroughly believe that Larrys passing has not be in vain but in some way will part of the movement towards ending hate crimes.
Finding meaning in madness is nearly impossible but it is to honor Larry to believe that his death and his life has not been in vain.
May he rest in eternal peace!
My thoughs and prayers go out to his family and friends.
Copenhagen, Copenhagen
Denmark  

Comments by Hayley on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 02:54
This is such a tragedy. Rest peacefully Young man. You will never be forgotten.
Adelaide, SA
Australia  

Comments by Sarah on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 02:39
I'm so incredibly sorry for your loss. Larry seemed like such and incredible person. I hope people realize hate only takes the good ones from the rest of us and we're the one's who suffer. God bless your family and friends.
Takeo, Saga-ken
Japan  

Comments by Heather Grantham on Monday, March 03, 2008 at 00:32
Deepest condolences. Words cannot begin to address this tragedy.
I had hoped the world had come farther than this. I used to fight for things like this not to happen. I had stopped thinking the job was done. For this I cannot apologize enough. I will take up the fight again, Lawrence, in your memory.
Much heartfelt sympathy to the friends and family of this young courageous soul lost to you too soon.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada  

Comments by Benjamin on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 23:47
Such a beautiful photo slideshow of a beautiful young man. How courageous for someone so young to accept who they are. May his memory help others, and guide many in the way of love.
Sydney, New South Wales
Australia  

Comments by Aimee on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 23:36
I am very sorry for your loss. I truelly believe their is no getter pain than the loss of a child. God Bless and your family will be in my prayers tonight. He was a beautiful child.
Nampa, Idaho
United States  

Comments by Regina on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 23:17
I am sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am disappointed and saddened to hear of how Larry died but I am proud to hear about how he lived. I hope you will honor his life and not his tragic death. Larry was a true example of how we should be our authentic selves. May God bless you.
Detroit, Michigan
United States  

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