Trans Guy Thoughts

Suicide is never the answer. It is a permant fix to a temporary problem. Yes, we all have those thoughts of, life would be easier for other if I wasn’t here, or life would be easier if I were dead. I have those thoughts, but I’ll never act on them because I know that I have someone in my life who would miss me, if I were to die. He’s my best friend, and I don’t think he could go on without me there, supporting him (this is my gay best friend that I’ll be living with). If you have thoughts of suicide, remember even if you don’t think someone, is out there, that would miss you, I’d miss you. I don’t know if the thoughts are there because you are not supported in your sexuality or opinions, but I’m here to support anyone’s thoughts, opinions, ideas, sexuality, plans, dreams…

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Ryan-Field

As I posted last week, TV star, Jeffery Self, has a new LGBT book out and he was kind enough to grant me an interview. I wanted the interview questions to put him at ease, and at the same time get to know more about him as a writer, an actor, and man.

He not only sent the answers to the questions back in record time, I think he did a great job providing more insight into who he is and what he’s all about. As a side note, it was a lot of fun for me because I have been a fan of his for a long time, especially his TV show on Logo, Jeffery & Cole Casserole. When I used to watch it I never thought I’d be interviewing him about a book.

Here’s a link to his new book, “50 Shades of Gay,” on Amazon. And here’s…

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WTF,,,,when i was in school no one was allowed to wear anything offensive! don’t they get that an ANTIGAY shirt is saying i hate gay people? i mean really if ur anti-gay lets not pretend you like us… i mean sure u can express yourself but really on the DAY OF SILENCE?! Shame on this kid..

WTVR.com

By KELLY GLISTA

WOLCOTT, Conn. (WTIC) — A high school student who was threatened with suspension or expulsion for wearing an anti-gay T-shirt last year will be allowed, in the future, to wear shirts expressing his views on homosexuality.

School officials said Tuesday that they recognized 17-year-old Seth Groody’s right to free speech, in response to a draft of a federal complaint prepared on his behalf by the American Civil Liberties Union.

“The Wolcott Public Schools has always and will continue to allow students their rights of free expression, so long as all students exercise their rights without creating a substantial disruption to the educational environment for all students,” Superintendent Joseph Macary said in a statement.

The Groody family declined to comment on the decision.

According to the ACLU, Groody wore the shirt in opposition to a “Day of Silence” at the school last April — a national event designed…

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