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After a "Day of Silence" for anti-gay bullying, some students responded with an Anti-Gay Day.


That upside down cross isn't the least holy thing I'm seeing. (via BuzzFeed News)

There is a trend with people who have hateful ideas to kind of mimic the efforts of marginalized groups trying to bring attention to the challenges they face. As though having an Anti-Gay Day, full of lynch lists and nooses being hung around the school, is the equivalent of painting your face with a rainbow and spending an afternoon in reflective silence to honor people who have been bullied for their sexuality. These things are not the same, because one is driven by hateful ignorance.

Sources: BuzzFeed News