ok GLBT listen up. On the silent day at my high school, there are like 6 people including 7 years old boy holding up sign right in front of my school saying that "Do the math gay + gay=AID" i was so pissed. Here is the good part there are like 50 students in my school that walk out the school and protest for gay right so there are like 2 group 50 Vs 6. There were cars honking that whole day. student walking around the parking lot to protest for gay right. so i did my job i drove by the anti protester and give them a piece of my mind. i felt sooo good there are lots of people that ARE straight and stand up for us. The gay right protester are 90% straight but they protest as if they were gay. i cry on the way i drive home i was so happy that people start to understand. Oh yeah we were on the news. i think if u go here u can still read and see pic about it. http://www.kwqc.com/Global/story.asp?s=8228428 the first pic is the anti gay group our natural enemy if we want our right.
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