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"Every week or so, a gay kid somewhere jumps off a bridge or slashes his
wrists.  I am told that a boy near here hanged himself because his father could
not accept who he was.  On television, I listen to the things they say, the
right-wingers, and fundamentalists, and all the people who consolidate their
power by hurting other people.  I want to cover up the ears of kids and say, 'Do
not take it in.'  I took it in.  I really did.  I heard everything that people in the
world around me said about who I was.  It hurt me, but I thought I had no right
to say anything because I was wrong.  I didn't know what silence would cost,
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Bettyville:  A Memoir, p. 229)
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  "It has been the work of my adult life to understand deeply that the best part
of me is reviled, my proudest aspect assaulted.  I've had to ward off and fight
back violence, disease, hate, and condemnation.  I've worked to amplify my
own being, not just for the right to exist, to be left alone, but to thrive and to
shine.  The pursuit of happiness isn't just a declaration; it's a dare to live. It's
not just about law; it's about my potential.  It's not only about access; it's about
ascending.  To live as fully gay as possible is how I am most alive.

  "Every gay person is a wonder.  It takes enormous effort to go from cocoon
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(Gay Like Me:  A Father Writes to His Son, p. 142)