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12 September 2011

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elg

That guy is looking like 'I didn't know killing a f@ggot was wrong'.

Nathan James

I'm still disgusted that in 2011, a family would be more concerned about the revelation that their son was gay, than with punishing his killer to the fullest extent of the law. This is why being a gay man of color in today's world is STILL such a trying experience. When we are killed for being gay, we have to worry that our families might actually approve of our murderers getting off with a lesser punishment, because, God forbid, anyone would find out we were gay...

Kevin

I agree Nathan. It's like adding insult to deadly injury.

CC

When did the F word change from not being a hate word? No matter what context its used, its still in hate. And I quote:

"Gay or not, perceived as gay still ends up being a hate crime under those conditions," said Jim Day, vice president of the Black Hawk County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. "Perception of gay and being gay still both qualify."

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