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Well done society.
208,261 that is horrific.
Depressingly, I think it would be a lot higher if people understood that if it’s from friends it counts, if it’s from family it counts, if it’s so subtle no one else notices it still fucking counts.
Guys, this is my little brother, Reese. He just turned eight last March, and he is in second grade. He had found that he prefers guys to girls. When he told his friends that at recess, they threw rocks at him. Rocks. He came home crying, saying that his friends had called him names like “faggot” and “homo”. Second graders called him these names. I explained to him that it is perfectly okay to be gay, and that I will still love him no matter what. Unfortunately, my parents don’t agree. He’s been set apart from the family and his friends for his sexuality, that he has no control over. I’m not doing this for notes or to gain followers. I’m doing this to show Reese he will be accepted by many people no matter what sexuality he is. Reblog if you support my eight year old brother, no matter his sexuality.
You go, baby! We love you here on Tumblr! Don’t worry about what those goobers say. It’s your life.
That is terrible.
Support coming your way!
Reese, you are an incredible little boy. Don’t let those kids get to you. You are perfect just the way you are.