It Gets Better

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ItGetsBetter.org, or the It Gets Better Project is an attempt by Dan Savage (bringer of Santorum) to stop gay teenagers from committing suicide by showing them that once they get out of high school everyone will be nice. What they fail to mention is that people are cunts no matter what their age, and that hate is a readily-available commodity. Also, what you do in your bedroom is between you and The Lord thy God so don't ask, don't tell!!!


   
 
Everyone deserves to be respected for who they are. I pledge to spread this message to my friends, family and neighbors. I'll speak up against hate and intolerance whenever I see it, at school and at work. I'll provide hope for lesbian, gay, bi, trans and other bullied teens by letting them know that "It Gets Better."
 

 
 


Take note - bullied kids become the authorities.


   
 
Many LGBT youth can't picture what their lives might be like as openly gay adults. They can't imagine a future for themselves. So let's show them what our lives are like, let's show them what the future may hold in store for them.
 

 
 

Shall we?

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Jamey Rodemeyer[edit]

In May of 2011, a 14-year-old boy named Jamey Rodemeyer made a YouTube video supporting the Project, telling his story of coming out as a bisexual and how he is able to continue going through life despite the bullying thanks to the almighty inspiration of Lady Gaga.


Probably one of those cases where he himself was the last one to figure it out.

Despite this, in September of the same year, Rodemeyer apparently became an hero in response to repeated bullying from classmates and the internet. In a statement released last Thursday, the internet pleaded with police to investigate whether Gaga's music may have been the real cause. At any rate, Gaga soon began exploiting Rodemeyer's name to advance her own anti-bullying agenda to everyone up to and including the President of the United States, who surely didn't have more pressing priorities at the time than stopping schoolyard bullying.

A memorial page for him on Facebook was later trolled to death. The page no longer gets posted on by its creators. They've since created another group page, but that' got spammed to death as well. Maybe the admins just gave up moved on.


More truth.


If you are considering suicide or need help, call the Trevor Project now: 866-NO-1-CARES.

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