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Comments by Andrew on Wednesday, October 06, 2010 at 12:28
You are irreplaceable. Your passion will never be extinguished. Your love will change the world. It already has.
Poughkeepsie, New York
United States  

Comments by Stephanie Mullins on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 at 12:23
Thank you Larry for standing up for who you were. I came out as Lesbian 3 years ago, and I dealt with bullying all my life. It was hard and difficult and some of us arent as fortunate as others. Your in my thoughts and prayers, as well as your family. I am actually engaged to someone who is Transgendered who faced same situations as you. I admire you for the courage at your age to be True to Yourself. RIP!
Columbus, Oh
United States  

Comments by Jan on Tuesday, October 05, 2010 at 07:56
We are a group of high school students who teach violence prevention in area schools. We make sure the message of peace, anti-violence & tolerance live on by sharing Lawrence's story in the classrooms.
Newark, OH
United States  

Comments by Brandon on Monday, October 04, 2010 at 20:57
Due to recent events, I came across this tragic story. When i heard about this all i could do was cry. I question the world we live in and how something like this could happen. I've known since i was 10 yrs old that i was different, that i was gay. I hid it from everyone and still do. I am 17 now and am very saddened that Larry would have been to. I want everyone to know that this boy is my idol, he wasn't afraid of who he was, but sadly people couldn't accept that. I hope that one day people will learn to being accepting of those who are different, and i know that when that day comes Larry will be smiling from heaven. You would have made the world a better place, but now you are gone. Please be watching from above, i know i often seek guidance, and the next time i do, i hope that you are there to answer.
Madisonville, Ky
United States  

Comments by Indira on Monday, October 04, 2010 at 08:05
R.I.P Larry
you lived such a short life, you were taken to quickly. you will be in my prayers.
Brampton, ontario
Canada  

Comments by Amanda on Sunday, October 03, 2010 at 14:41
So sorry for your loss. I'm against homosexuality, I feel like God gave us a perfect match and people have to complicate it. Now that I heard about what happened, it really made me think. What that guy did was wrong, Larry did nothing to deserve this. I hope that God/Allah forgives him for all his sins and he stays close to God. I hope no one takes what I said the wrong way, I know that he had his story and that he had a good heart, and sometimes this just happens, and he had the choice to be miserable and hide or be happy and forget all the haters. I think I would have done the same. I'll pray for him tonight, and his parents should pray for him as well, and should know that he is in a better place, and he is closer to God. Hope for the best, and he is listening to everything you say and do, and I'm sure he is proud of you guys, and he wants you to be happy and not worry for him so much. <3<3
Stockholm, Kila
Sweden  

Comments by Shawn John on Friday, October 01, 2010 at 18:30
I know how ard it can be to be who you are without getting bullied just because people do not & probably never will understand people who love differenly,I have no sympathy for Brandon. I am gay myself and when I was in high school I would get picked on and teased on a regular basis and some days I didn't even want to get up for school.But I did anyway and I just learned to deal with it,there came a time when I become so depressed that I thought suicide was the answer and then I thought about,if I did kill myself how much it would hurt my family to sit up in the funeral home at my funeral to view my body in the casket for the last time and how sadden they would be.......
May Lawrence rest in peace,he is in a much better place walking on streets paved with gold. He was a very brave student who I would have loved to hang out with because I love gay people just like I love myself. I know there are people out there that can relate to Lawrence.
Chicago, IL
United States  

Comments by Naomi Fox on Friday, October 01, 2010 at 12:15
This story broke my heart. My friend, artist Barry Gross, will be painting Larry's portrait for the Rainbow Memorial. Barry is a partner with my husband, Neal Fox, and three other artists in Exposed: the Art Project, which focuses on social issues. Next year one of themes of the art works will be hate crimes. It is Exposed's goal to increase awarness and get people involved. The more people we reach, the more we can do.
Coconut Creek, FL
United States  

Comments by Breanna McInteee on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 19:25
I read about Larry in a college course where we are discussing the issues of multiculture and how everyone is different. When I read about Larry I teared up, as a future teacher I will try my best to inform my class on differences that we face everyday. Larry has had a great impact on me and has inspired me to become a better person and to accept EVERYONE no matter what, and to secondly inform the people around me. Who knew such a inocent life was taken all because he stood up for what he believed in. Like Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King Jr., JF Kennedy and all others Larry is viewed as a HERO and his life will live on forever in my heart! RIP LARRY and you will be missed!
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
United States  

Comments by Sarah on Monday, September 27, 2010 at 19:16
The bravery and courage that this young man displayed shocks me. I can honestly say I don't know anyone who would have the bravery to be 100% who they are, ever, but especially not in junior high. I applaud your bravery Lawrence, and I truly believe that this hateful act will bring attention to those who do not believe anti-LGBT hate is not an issue. It clearly is, and you are proof of that. I know this will give other people, young and old, the courage to be who they are, whether they are straight or gay. We love you Larry, for your acts of bravery and courage. May your memory last forever. Larry, I will remember your name, always.
Peterborough, Ontario
Canada  

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