Filed By Alex Blaze | January 17, 2011 7:00 AM | comments
Filed in: You Gotta See This Tags: bullying, chris colfer, Golden Globes
Chris Colfer talks about bullying at the Golden Globes during his acceptance speech.
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"To all the amazing kids that watch our show. The kids that our show celebrates. Who are constantly told NO by the people and the environment, by the bullies in school. Who can't be who they are or have what they want, because of who they are... Well screw that kids."
All the "critique" that GLee gets from mature "adults"...
In adult environments, expression and more metro visibility, need to FINALLY listen...
*To those in more suburban communities. **To those w/5 to 30 teens in OUR homes a week. ***To those LGBTQRXYZs adults who live, volunteer, work and play w/teens every single day of our lives.
****To those people who SEE that some freaking music and a silly show, that is NEVER meant to change the world... is just a show on a Tuesday night that some kids feel safe with and opens up some dialog... or at least a few thoughts that it's actually okay to not "fit" w/hetero conditioning and/or even the queer pc politico machine.
It's a nice show that kids in this HUGE freaking world, that don't live in the more adult metro/visible population enjoy and don't feel bad about themselves or want to physically hurt themselves over after wards.
It's a freaking television show of bubblegum fun. Bubblegum never killed a kid... choking on BS from hetero and queer rhetoric has.