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Comments by Linda Petty on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 07:46
At 67, I am old and am supposed to be wise. It is always the worst grief to lose your child--that's not the natural way. And to lose him at the hand of someone motivated by self-hate. Your son was the innocent victim of deep primal fear. As some of the males in your family can explain, in our society males are afraid of being "women" in any way. My heart goes out to your family. Talk to the men and boys in your family so they cannot deny the hate and fear that took your innocent boy.
Davis, CA
United States  

Comments by Christina on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 07:43
When I seen a group for Lawrence on facebook and looked into it, my heart broke over the thought of someone being killed for being true to themselve and having no fear of expressing it. I have someone extremely close to me who is gay and I hope I never have to endure the pain that Larry's family is suffering with everyday. The amount of hate Brandon has in him to think that being gay is so wrong was learned from somewhere, and its the parents responsibility to make sure their children understand that people in this world are different and we are all beautiful and accepted no matter what..everyone talks about how "hate crimes" are so wrong, well its time to stop talking. ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THEN WORDS....how many more "Larry's" are we gonna have to lose before realize that something must be done.
My thoughts and prays go to Larry's family and I hope your pain will one day ease
RIP Lawrence may you NEVER shed another tear for being true to yourself
xoxoxo
Stephenville, Canada
Canada  

Comments by Jennifer on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 07:37
Parents love your children and teach them well - TOLERANCE - I want my children to be GOOD people above all else - ACCEPTANCE - DIVERSITY - We can learn so much. You have to be secure in who you are, there is no need to feel threatened by someone who is not like you.
I feel like Larry was my own son, and how I would feel. The love will always be there for his bright and shining being.
Manitowoc, WI
United States  

Comments by Evyn Rubin on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 06:50
My most sincere condolences go to Lawrence King's family, and friends.
Tucson, Arizona
United States  

Comments by Mark on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 06:48
This is a tragedy. You were brave to be true to yourself. RIP
Madrid, Madrid
Spain  

Comments by Cindy on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 05:48
What a beautiful child your Lawrence is. I am saddened by his death and your loss.I am saddened for all of us who never got a chance to know him. I am saddened that he never got to do all the good things he could have done.I hope some good comes from this tragedy. Blessings to his family and friends. May time help you heal.
Rogers, Arkansas
United States  

Comments by Robin McFetridge on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 05:05
Children aren't born with prejudice. Our hearts and prayers go out to young Larry and his family. May his death not be in vain.
Marlton, NJ
United States  

Comments by Mark S on Sunday, March 02, 2008 at 04:55
When I was 16, after two years of hesitating, I told a guy at school that I loved him. He strongly rejected my love and I never spoke to him again. It took me quite a few years before I dared speak up again. I am now 41, and I still find it difficult to express love.
In my eyes, Larry was a hero for speaking out and for living the way he was. I wish his family and friends the strength and love that they need to overcome this tragedy. May they feel some piece and comfort that Larry now is a symbol to many that we are all equal, and that nobody deserves to live inside of a closet.
The world has changed a little bit since I was 16. But Larry's death shows that it has not changed nearly enough. Out of all places, California and the Netherlands are known to be amongst the most gay tolerant places in the world. Which makes this all the more sadder.
My deepest sympathies for your loss.
Maarssen, --
Netherlands  

Comments by erik on Saturday, March 01, 2008 at 23:31
i was so mad to hear this.i don't know why someone one would want to kill such a beatifull child the boy who did it deserves everything thing he gets. R.I.P little guy may u not have anymore pain
roland, oklahoma
United States  

Comments by John Kerby on Saturday, March 01, 2008 at 23:29
I'm From Canada and I'm Upset because that someone that is Gay would just for handing someone a card. I'm very sorry and I hope the family is doing fine.
St Albert, Alberta
Canada  

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