High school girl's touching coming-out speech

Friday, January 28, 2011

Kayla Kearney is a senior student at Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa, CA. and she is giving a speech about being gay in front of her whole school during an assembly honoring Dr. Martin Luther King jr. She tells it like it is.


Previously, in gay teens speeches: gay 14-year-old defends teacher.

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11 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Gaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy

Anonymous said...

Lol, lezzer.

michael said...

If homosexuals just want to be equal, why do we assemble in public places to hear their stories?

Chris said...

Good on her. A very powerful speech from such a young woman. Good on her!

Anonymous said...

lol this is in a school from my area. how awkward is that

Anonymous said...

lol i go to college right down the street... YOU GO GIRL

Anonymous said...

I'm sick of the LGBT community equating Dr. King and African American Civil Liberties.

No, you were never made to sit on the back of the bus, you were never banned from being gay at school, you were never enslaved as a race of gays, and it will never ever be the same, so stop making this racist and unintelligible connection.

Anonymous said...

They're just asking to be treated equal. That's why they refer to Dr. King. Just asking to be equal.

It's not rocket science.

Anonymous said...

lol troll'd

Jackie Carranza said...

good job... I hope I can be as strong as her...

Anonymous said...

why dont u haters just go die !!! being gay is normal ffs

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