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Comments by Brittany on Tuesday, April 06, 2010 at 10:43
My name is Brittany, I am a mother of 3 children. 8,5, and 2. This story really hits me hard because of many many reasons. But i would just like to say that it took another tragedy for me to stumble onto this story. Phoebe Prince 2010 bullied suicide. I would just like to thank every family that is struck by tragedy, we all mourn the loss, even though its not ours, know that our hearts are with you. And continue to tell your story, it is an education for everyone out there. God bless.
Denver, CO
United States  

Comments by Samati Niyomchai on Friday, April 02, 2010 at 13:18
Larry's death horrified me. It reminded me how vulnerable we are to hate and how much people still need to learn. It pushed me to fight for what is right and settle for nothing less. No child deserves to die. Every child and every human being deserves to be free.
St. Louis, MO
United States  

Comments by Ana on Thursday, April 01, 2010 at 20:19
i am not gay, but all the same i am disgusted by the amount of prejudice the gay community suffers. this is soo horrible, that poor boy. i imagine how much courage it took for him to come out at 15 and tell another boy you like him. its hard enough when youre straight. RIP Larry. You'll be remembered and hopefully this will inspire people to change
Adelaide, South Australia
Australia  

Comments by Lawrence on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 01:00
my heart goes out to you larry me myself i am also gay hearing this terriable story really bought me to tears larry diidnt deserve that why couldnt he just live his life the way he wanted in peace you will never be forgotten me myself and my friends you will always be in all our hearts and we love you very much
chicago, illinois
United States  

Comments by Richard Warren on Monday, March 29, 2010 at 15:39
My name is Richard Warren and I am a 22 year old gay man. I heard about what happened to Larry a couple weeks after his murder in 2008. His murder impacted me greatly for a couple of reasons, first because of his age and second because of the very innocent and sweet act he committed that lead to his death. I could not and still cannot understand how this could happen to such an innocent child who was just expressing his care for another person. I have shed so many tears for this beautiful soul that was lost because of hate and pray for his loved ones always. I live in Palm Beach County, Florida and was honored with the privilege of carrying his picture in the parade at the Lake Worth Pridefest yesterday. Above his picture were the words "my hero" and that is what Larry is to me, my hero. I carry Larry in my heart always.
West Palm Beach, Florida
United States  

Comments by David on Friday, March 26, 2010 at 09:31
My name is David and Im teh Pres of my schools Gay Straight Alliance. This story makes me soo outraged. I cried the first time I watched his story on youtube. I vow as long as I live I will bare memory to this angel who was cut down before he had a chance to do great things. Rest in dear peace beloved one.
Syracuse, ny
United States  

Comments by David Brubaker on Sunday, March 21, 2010 at 18:07
I wish we could have done more to make you safe in this world and so very sad we failed you. I will try harder to make this a safe world for us all.
RIP Larry
Thousand Oaks, CA
United States  

Comments by Richelle on Sunday, March 21, 2010 at 14:00
When i first heard about this i was heartbroken that hate has even influenced children in middle school.
Larry you will be greatly missed by many,
condolences to family and friends.
Racine, Wisconsin
United States  

Comments by Lloyd on Monday, March 15, 2010 at 21:56
It makes me so freaking mad that people can do such a thing just because they are insecure about their OWN sexual orientation. It's pathetic and it makes me feel deeply bad inside for the loss of Lawrence at such a tender age. Why won't people accept LGBTQ's for who they are? They are human beings, have rights to express themselves sexually like any heterosexual can. I long for the day when straight people and gay people will live in peace, and no gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender will live in fear and denial of their perfectly human feelings.
Jamaica, NY
United States  

Comments by Antonio Galvez on Monday, March 01, 2010 at 17:02
I read Larry´s history today and I feel very bad because I can´t understand how could happen these kind of things in the XXI century.
Granada, Granada
Spain  

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