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A Little Wednesday Night Music

Tori Amos used to sing this for Matthew Shepard. Tonight it’s for the kids who are no longer with us. I’m done with this day.

September 29, 2010 Blog
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Rutgers Freshman Commits Suicide After Students Out Him As Gay

College students aren’t immune, it seems: A Rutgers University freshman posted a goodbye message on his Facebook page before jumping to his death after his

September 29, 2010 Blog
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Matt Barber Calls Homosexuality “Deathstyle,” Based on STD Statistics

Instead of working within the realm of reality and getting behind efforts to get every person who engages in sex to take the proper precautions

September 29, 2010 Blog
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Bully: A Story in Four Acts

Readers may have noticed that we’re boiling over here over the fact that three gay kids that we know of have killed themselves this month,

September 29, 2010 Blog
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Third Gay Teen Suicide in September [That We Know Of]; Happy Yet, Focus on the Family? How About You, Laurie Higgins?

Here goes: Seth Walsh, a California teen who spent the last 10 days on life support after attempting suicide over relentless bullying because he was

September 29, 2010 Blog
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Bullied to Death: Another Gay Teen Suicide the Religious Right Will Ignore

I hope Focus on the Family wears this as a badge of honor, since they’re so hellbent on the idea that anti-bullying programs which include

September 28, 2010 Blog
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Jim David Unleashes on Focus on the Family

This rant is pretty righteous.  I’m going to excerpt some of it, but you really need to read it in its full glory: Another teenager

September 15, 2010 Blog
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Lily Tomlin and Judith Light Give A Damn About the LGBT Suicide Rate

Do you? [h/t The Advocate

September 09, 2010 Blog
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‘Ex-Gay is a Lie and Can Lead to Suicide’

Thomas C. Waters observes: It isn’t being gay that is the problem, but rather it is the abuse, humiliation and isolation that come from living

September 07, 2010 Blog
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Massachusetts Health Official Aided Ex-Gay Tampering with Suicidal Teen-Agers

Massachusetts Department of Public Health official Alison Brill lent the department’s name late last year to an ex-gay activist program which offered to teach evangelicals

May 14, 2010 Blog
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