Gay Bullying

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Krystina Leadbetter
Prof. Nielson
English 102
WP#2-First Draft

To whom this concerns. Actually this concerns everyone. We are in a state of crisis. This crisis is not in the form of a war, unemployment, or the lack of health care but it comes in the form of teenage suicide. Over the past month more than a handful of young people have taken their own lives because they were being bullied at school. These young kids were not bullied because they dressed differently or they were poor they were bullied because they were homosexual. The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender children are being targeted at school and being bullied to the point that they feel they have no other choice but to take their life. They are being told they are an abomination and that they are going to burn in hell. Some of these kids are even being followed home and having eggs thrown at them or their homes spray painted. In a place such as a school where everyone should feel safe to be who they are and not have to be in fear of what is around the next corner schools are a place of horror for most kids in the LGBT community. How is it that in today society that we as Americans can be filled with so much hate? This is a hate and intolerance that is being passed down from parent to child and then it repeats when that child has his or her own kids. This cycle of hate and intolerance needs to stop. We live in the best country in the world and yet it is not safe for the kids of the LGBT community to be themselves and go to school. It is not just the kids in the school that are doing the bullying. Teacher, counselors, and principals are turning their heads has it happening and doing nothing. School board members are posting blogs about how all the homosexuals should die. It baffles me that we live in the United States of America the land of the FREE and the home of the BRAVE and yet these kids are not free at all and no one is brave enough to stop what is...
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