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Comments by Anna and Mena on Saturday, February 07, 2009 at 01:27
We ust want to send out our prayers to you and your family.We have worries because we are a gay couple and we have three kids and we hope they are not tormented because of the way we choose to live our lives but we are a strong family as well as yours so God bless xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxanna n mena
san antonio, texas
United States  

Comments by Kirsty on Wednesday, February 04, 2009 at 15:53
Hey Larry i might not no u bt i wil always shed a tear 4 u. We need more people like u in th wold how r not afraid 2 b how they r. U wil always b a place 4 u in my heart i feel so bad for ur friends and family u could hav realy been somebody.
I hope Brandon M gets wat he deserves!RIP! Larry:-(
Glasgow, Scotland
United Kingdom  

Comments by Anders Kjr on Wednesday, February 04, 2009 at 08:26
Dear Larry
I just saw this on youtube and it touched my hear so deep, i cant believe he shoot you just because you were gay, i hope your ok there you are now, and that you are plased with yourself, dont let someone ever make you something that you aint. well, i dont know what to say, nothing i think has ever tuched my heart this deeply. To all his friends and family, I hope you are all ok and proud of him. R.I.P. Larry
Skien, Telemark
Norway  

Comments by Luann Udell on Tuesday, February 03, 2009 at 08:34
I remember a woman who was afraid to tell her father she was gay. When he was finally told, he was genuinely bewildered. "Why would that matter to me?" he said. "She's my daughter.
When the day comes we ALL remember that someone--anyone--who is gay is also a daughter, a son, a sister, a brother, an uncle, an aunt, a friend, a PERSON, the universe will rejoice and sing in its new-found beauty.
Keene, NH
United States  

Comments by Natalie on Monday, February 02, 2009 at 22:32
Larry, even though I didn't know you here I am crying my butt off. It's a shame that you were killed just for being who you truely were. You were a brave person. My prayers go out to you and your family, and I hope that Brandon M. gets what he deserves.
Phoenix, AZ
United States  

Comments by Evie. on Monday, February 02, 2009 at 12:11
I'm so sorry about what happened to Larry. He was one of the bravest people I have ever heard of. More people should be like him; unafraid to stand up for their beliefs, and unwilling to ever back down. He could have saved the world and that was unfairly cut short. I will always remember Larry and I hold a special place in my heart for him. I never knew him, but that doesn't matter. He's an inspiration to us all; gay, straight, bisexual, black, white, religious, atheist - EVERYONE can learn from this. Equality is so, so important, and Larry's death makes this clear.
RIP, Larry, you didn't deserve to die in this way,
Horsham, Sussex
United Kingdom  

Comments by Mandee on Sunday, February 01, 2009 at 12:33
I am so sorry about what happened to Larry. Why should other people care about what you look or dress like? Or even how you act? It's cold-blooded murder. The murderer shouldn't just be sent to a 50 year prison sentence, but executed. And the teachers should actually have a brain. How could they NOT notice a 14 year old carrying a bun, even if he was hiding it. Usually people who are going to do something like that should have a suspicious look on their face. But again, I am still very sorry about what happened to Lawrence "Larry"
Parsippany, NJ
United States  

Comments by Douglas Harper on Sunday, February 01, 2009 at 10:33
Dear Larry, your story and life like so many before yours sends us, citizens, a message for change and equality. How many more teenagers have to die before we take a stand and promote tolerance and acceptance. I am networking to promote tolerance and diversity education in the classroom. I am beginning a non-profit organization called STITCH (Standing Together In Tolerance Changing Humanity) that will dedicate funds and people to work on tolerance training within the classroom. Stopping ridicules, bigotry and denigration in the tracks of life. There is a problem and it needs attention and solutions. We will not let you down...we will help the hearts and lives of many.
Red Bank , Tenneessee
United States  

Comments by Melissa on Saturday, January 31, 2009 at 21:33
Although I did not know Larry personally I can not hold my tears in. My prayers go out to him and the family. God Bless.
Corona, California
United States  

Comments by Yazmin on Friday, January 30, 2009 at 06:32
Down here we are in shock!!!....Things have to change... like the caterpillar you were holdin
Mexico, Mexico City
Mexico  

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