Klein High School’s Anti-Gay Crusade

Nice article at the Houston Press (pointed out to me by Hiro), about a lawsuit brought against Klein High School and the Klein Independent School District in Harris County, Texas, to get the school to allow formation of a club for gay and straight students to talk about discrimination. The school board, with the encouragement of right-thinking parents, intends to fight the suit. More detail available from the Houston Voice, the New York Times, and the Houston Chronicle.

88 Responses to “Klein High School’s Anti-Gay Crusade”

  1. Adrian Lopez Says:

    to whom is may concern,

    I am a graduate from Klein High school, i am shocked and appauled at what is happening to my beloved High School, in this high school the is zero tolerance for PDA, but now we are allowing for students to go to school and discuss sexual orientation.

  2. cmc Says:

    Just out of curiousity, why is it wrong for students to discuss sexual orienatation in school? In my opinion, the only way to solve problems (especially the anti-gay stigma in today’s society) is to talk about them. I just wish the rest of the United States would follow Klein High School’s example.

  3. cmc Says:

    Just out of curiousity, why is it wrong for students to discuss sexual orienatation in school? In my opinion, the only way to solve problems (especially the anti-gay stigma in today’s society) is to talk about them. I just wish the rest of the United States would follow Klein High School’s example.

  4. Dick Hunt Says:

    I am still going to the school and I was disgusted by the attempt to get the club formed. Now that it has the group members are being discrimnated against and they wonder why. When you go public with being gay and your not on tv your bound to have a few kids get pissed and beat you after school. But what really pissed me off about this was that if the board didnt approve the club the would ban all other clubs at the school. And me being in the Card Game Club i was outraged.

    Dont judge me…:(

  5. Lori Says:

    I am a graduate from Klein High School, and I wish that this club had been created when I was still a student there. If there had been supportive people around when I was having problems with my sexuality, than I would have been spared a lot of pain during high school.

    Now , because of a great GSA at the university I attended, I have no problem with my being gay, but I still hold the scars from multiple suicide attempts that could have been prevented in high school.

    I hope that this club helps people like me to sort out their feelings and feel better about themselves.

  6. JK Says:

    I am a former student of Klein High School and have no problems with the formation of a club focusing on sexual orientation. However, I feel that if the students truly wanted to start such a club they could of easily done so without resorting to a lawsuit. A group of students could have simply started holding meetings outside of school property without any difficulty and without wasting tax payer money in the court system.

  7. KMD Says:

    I am very happy that they have a GSA at Klein. I just moved here from Alabama. And, I do have to say, Shocked the hell out of me. I am going to defenitaly going to be apart of that

  8. jess Says:

    i attend a school in the same district as klein, the school every one refures to as ” the new one “. there is a large group of homosexuals at my school. this lawsuit has allowed there the posibility of a gay straight alliance and it means alot to some of those students. as a school now just three years old we all have a large part in the founding of our school clubs and organizations. if we start out right maybe we can continue to do so

  9. Anonymous Says:

    oh my god the school board is probably gay too aint i right

  10. Kay Says:

    As a former teacher in the district. I am pleased that so many of the comments found here are from people who are intelligent enough to know that homosexuality isn’t catching. The only way a society can survive is to promote understanding between all groups of people. It is too bad so many individuals feel threatened by what they don’t understand.

    To the child with the school board comment; Your fear,ignorance, prejudice and lack of education are showing. You might have to look some of those words up. Oh and NO, you “aint” right. I believe the school board members are straight enlightened individuals. You could always go to a school board meeting and ask them.

  11. spring Says:

    There is so much I want to say. Simply, have you all ever heard of freedom of speech? No, you can’t assume that just because they are faculty, they are straight, nor can you ask them. Second, why shouldn’t there be an association with homosexuals in it? Third, I understand that Klein is mostly rednecks having gone there (unfortunately) myself, but is everyone has to live with you, why shouldn’t you be able to get along with homosexuals? News flash, it’s 2003, it is no longer 1970 when your parents grew up. Learn to open you minds to the world a little.

  12. Chelsey Says:

    Hi think that Gay has not meaning A GAY CLUB is for Fags and people that think they need a man or woman to help them! HIGHSCHOOL IS High school you are there to learn Not Worry with being a Gay person! GOD is the one who should be thought about! We say the pledge every morning! ONE NATION UNDER GOD right In the bible it say we are supposed to be equally yoked! The GAY People need to maybe have A club outside of school! It would save alittle time and less controv.! And the freedom of speech crap, JUST because I say hey i think that we shouldn’t have to pay for the Free lunch people, Tax payer does mean oh she’s right so, so we don’t hurt her feelings she doesn’t have to pay taxes! COME grow up it nasty and I think maybe gay people just need love and some help! But anyway just though I’d voice my oppion!

    Thanks

  13. DZ Says:

    Chelsea,

    I think you need to pay a little more attention in school and at least learn to spell. The only two intellegent responses I see above are from Lori and Kay. I too am a former student and wish that there were such a group when I attended. I just went to my 25 year reunion. I’ve been out of state for almost 20 years – and what a culture shock to come back. I’m proud to be a native Texan, but it sure is scary to realize that there are so many people that still have such “unenlightened” attitudes. I have several friends who attended school at the same time as I who accept me for who I am. I am quite blessed by that. Go GSA!!

  14. Dustin Says:

    I didn’t realize people were still talking about it, lol. I attend a high school in neighboring Cy-Fair district, and I was in the process of forming my own club when the whole Klein controversy happened. Mine was a very broad “Students Against Intolerance” though, and I happened to mention defense of gays in the proposal. Thus, it has taken me a year to actually get the thing started, and I have been told I’m not allowed to mention that subject at the meetings (not that I’ll really follow orders…;)), but we can’t really even say that it’s bad to call someone a fag. It’s just a shame that the area we’re in is like this, but hopefully these organizations and viewpoints will change all this. And good for the people that started the club at Klein! I’m mildly jealous, lol. That was all irrelevant, but whatever.

  15. PMS Says:

    Wowie! I graduated from Klein in ’74 and, having read some of the posts above must wonder, has the English language died? When i was at Klein, unless you were a cowboy or in the FFA, it was a touch repressive (all in my humble opinion you must realize), it’s reassuring to know that it’s loosened up a lot in the last 29 years :) As far as the club, I’ve yet to see one good reason why not to have it, and numerous good reasons why to. Oh, and by the way, i’m as straight as it gets:) Go GSA! they needed enlightenment way back in the day and it appears they still do. :)

  16. Shontay Says:

    This kind of crusade should not be allowed at any school. Do you think that just because your gay you should have your own crusade? Do you think fat people should have a “fat crusade”? Chelsea who are you blessed by? I know it is not God, because that is a sin. Keep it up Chelsea, keep fighting for what is right. Spring, so what if it’s 2003 or 1970 you cannot say whatever you please, look at the Dixie Chicks, you will get persecuted for what you say.

  17. Shontay Says:

    This kind of crusade should not be allowed at any school. Do you think that just because your gay you should have your own crusade? Do you think fat people should have a “fat crusade”? Chelsea who are you blessed by? I know it is not God, because that is a sin. Keep it up Chelsea, keep fighting for what is right. Spring, so what if it’s 2003 or 1970 you cannot say whatever you please, look at the Dixie Chicks, you will get persecuted for what you say.

  18. Shontay Says:

    This kind of crusade should not be allowed at any school. Do you think that just because your gay you should have your own crusade? Do you think fat people should have a “fat crusade”? Chelsea who are you blessed by? I know it is not God, because that is a sin. Keep it up Chelsea, keep fighting for what is right. Spring, so what if it’s 2003 or 1970 you cannot say whatever you please, look at the Dixie Chicks, you will get persecuted for what you say.

  19. Shontay Says:

    DZ who ar you blessed by? I know it is not God, because being gay is a sin

  20. Shontay Says:

    This kind of crusade should not be allowed at any school. Do you think that just because your gay you should have your own crusade? Do you think fat people should have a “fat crusade”? DZ who are you blessed by? I know it is not God, because that is a sin. Keep it up Chelsea, keep fighting for what is right. Spring, so what if it’s 2003 or 1970 you cannot say whatever you please, look at the Dixie Chicks, you will get persecuted for what you say.

  21. Lindsey Says:

    This club has no business being part of the school. Even if claims are made that it revolves around acceptance, sexuality plays a big role in the club. What’s next, a pornography club? That is a sexual lifestyle that’s not supposed to be wrong, they say. I am a current student at Klein High School and all the GSA has done is divide everybody.

  22. ls Says:

    I just graduated from Klein in may. in my opinion the club not only divided the school but also allowed the rules to be bent in their favor. if a guy and his girlfriend were seen making out they were immediately stopped but with the law suit teachers were afraid of breaking up two girls who made out in the hall. the founders of the club act like they deserve to be able to break the rules and those who are straight are forced to follow them. it seems to me that this club was formed for one purpose and that was to get the attention they felt they were entitled to

  23. Amy Says:

    ok i am in the katy isd and you guys are like older people who no longer go to the school and yall are worried about someone elses children… i think people need to learn how to mind their own buisness. i think the adults are the ones who need to “grow up”

  24. Frank Says:

    I am personally against the idea of a Gay Club at any high school. While the idea behind the club is sound (wanting to give support to other students who are gay), can this support be given without the benefit of a Club?

    As a parent, I wonder who will be allowed to join this club. Will gifted 12 year olds be allowed to join? Do we want our sons and daughters to attend clubs where “sexual preference and orientation” is discussed? Do I want my child to attend meetings about why Bob likes Brian and Sally likes Suzie and hey this is all okay and you won’t catch it? Excuse me for saying so, but high school isn’t there to learn about these things.

    Lastly, let’s take this club to the extremes. Will the high school, by allowing this club to form, exist and meet on their property, be forced to allow other clubs of sexual preferences to form and exist? Will we then see a club called “Black Straight Men preferring White Bisexual Women” club? Yes, it is ludicrous, I know. But … allowing one such club means you HAVE to allow other similarly natured clubs.

    Personally, I neither like nor dislike gay people. What they do with their personal lives is just that, personal. I prefer that they keep their personal lives just that, personal. I do not go out of my way to discuss my sexual orientation, I do not expect others to, and I do not expect high schools to be a place to discuss what for most part should be an extremely private aspect of a persons life.

  25. Rin Says:

    I’m currently a student enrolled at Klein, and I stumbled across this. Thank you to anyone who posted positive comments. I was in the GSA when it was finally allowed, and it was wonderful to see everyone supporting each other. People tend to look at the club as something totally different then what it is. I wish they’d take the time to realize that it’s Gay -Straight- Alliance, not a ‘Gay Club’ like everyone keeps calling it.

    If religious groups are allowed to have clubs, if clubs based on nationality are created, a club that brings up the topic of sexuality should be allowed as well, especially since it’s for support, and to help other students understand that homosexuality is not a bad thing in the least bit.

  26. Shasa Says:

    Rin homosexuality is bad there is nothing good about it. Two men having sex in the butt is disgusting. Tell me what is good about that.

  27. Shasa Says:

    Rin homosexuality is bad there is nothing good about it. Two men having sex in the butt is disgusting. Tell me what is good about that.

  28. Jim Says:

    I am an alumni of Klein High School. And I was there when all this stuff going on. Now, GSA wouldn’t be a bad thing at any other high school. But you have to remember that this is Klein. It is the Gay-Straight Alliance. Would any straight person at Klein join this club? Hell No. It would ruin their reputation. This club is basically made up of just gay or bisexual people. There wasn’t that much open “gay-bashing” at Klein until this whole this got started. I still have many contacts back at Klein, and many people bash the crap out of the GSA members. Most of ya’ll probably thought that Klein came out and said “You cannot have this club.” They never said that. Klein had EVERY club fill out new papers during that year. The GSA did not fill out the papers, so Klein didn’t accept it. Plus they didn’t have a teacher to back this club up at the time when all the papers had to be filled out. Klein rejected them on the basis of that. So they decided to sue Klein on the basis of discrimination. Klein caved in because they did not want their “Good” reputation battered (which it still did). The GSA fought dirty. If they would have filled out the papers with all the right information, they whole lawsuit thing and huge media topic would have never happened. It was all their fault. I am not saying that I do not like the club, but I am saying that it’s not the greatest idea to have it at Klein.

  29. Anonymous Says:

    I attend KHS, and I feel the GSA is a club that is good for our community.. Now i am not gay, but the club is to promote tolerance for gays and straights not to put them in seperate bathrooms as stated in an early message. Plus kids are really tripping about the club. Why does it matter.. We dont have to go. Let them do their thing and we do ours. They are NOT BOTHERING us.

  30. dan Says:

    im a freshman at klein. It is sad that a small group of peole can give such a bad name to Klein. Honestly, all of our teams get crap from the other schools because of the club

  31. dan Says:

    Someone posted this earlier, they were saying how the school is being divided in two and it is true. If you have ever gone to KHS, you will remember the road in front of the T-buildings. Well the members of the GSA get rocks thrown at them among other things. Im not for the GSA in any respect, but i dont throw rocks at gay kids

  32. melanie Says:

    “PMS” (above) has point-english appearently has died out. The illiterate students whom posted the above statments give a bad name to my generation. I, too, advise that these ignorant children sit down with a dictionary every now-and-then and actually learn something, instead of judging others. It is GOD’s place to judge, and all He asks is that you “treat thy neighbor as thy self.”

    As for GSA, more power to you all! I surport any club that fights for the freedom to express yourself as you see fit. Everyone is equal, and this Gay-Straight-Alliance sounds like the best thing to happen to Klein; maybe it will teach all the dumb-founded kids in Klein a thing or two about respecting one another.

    -Melanie; Aldine Sr. High School (representing)

  33. Bram Says:

    I was going to post about why I wanted the GSA when I went to Klein, but there’s no point. I just thought that Texas wasn’t really full of rednecks, but I guess I was wrong. I’ve met a lot of really nice people in the 13 years that I’ve lived here, but it looks like I overestimated Texas. Just because there are some nice tolerant people here, doesn’t mean that there aren’t a whole lot more rednecks to overpower us.

  34. Anonymous Says:

    This is for dan. You are an ignorant cock sucking fagget. A gay group doesn’t give your school a bad name, ignorant little fish queers such as yourself do. I’m not gay and I really don’t like gay people that much but I hate pipsqueek bastards who think that just cuz u have a gay club means that your school has a bad name more. I go to Klein Collins, we have a fucking Harry Potter club and thats fuckin retarted but am I pissin and moanin about how it makes us look like a bunch of nerdy bitches, no. You say that having a gay club gives your school a bad name but u are giving an even worse name and making it look like every1 at Klein is a hillbilly redneck gay basher. People dont make fun of your teams because u have a gay club, and the ones who do are probably outkast bitches who no 1 listens to anyway. So before u open ur ignorant fuckin cock washer, I would step back, pull your thumb out of your asshole, and analyze your stupidity. Oh, and your welcome for having ur ass handed to you on a plate, it was no problem.

  35. Anonymous Says:

    This is for dan. You are an ignorant cock sucking fagget. A gay group doesn’t give your school a bad name, ignorant little fish queers such as yourself do. I’m not gay and I really don’t like gay people that much but I hate pipsqueek bastards who think that just cuz u have a gay club means that your school has a bad name more. I go to Klein Collins, we have a fucking Harry Potter club and thats fuckin retarted but am I pissin and moanin about how it makes us look like a bunch of nerdy bitches, no. You say that having a gay club gives your school a bad name but u are giving an even worse name and making it look like every1 at Klein is a hillbilly redneck gay basher. People dont make fun of your teams because u have a gay club, and the ones who do are probably outkast bitches who no 1 listens to anyway. So before u open ur ignorant fuckin cock washer, I would step back, pull your thumb out of your asshole, and analyze your stupidity. Oh, and your welcome for having ur ass handed to you on a plate, it was no problem.

  36. Lauren Rocco Says:

    Last year, when all the talk about the GSA was in the Houston Chronicle, i wrote in a response, and much to my surprise it was published in the paper. At the time, i understood the students want/need for the club, but i did not think it was appropriate for highschool. Of course, the liberal media butchered what i said and made me sound discriminatory towards gays and lesbians, but that is besides the point. I now wish i could take back any negative setiment expressed towards the club because it really has been a positive thing in Klein. No matter what anyone says, while the the student body may not be more comfortable with the GSA, it is definately more tolerant and respectful (as a whole, of course there are jerks that are exceptions). What the GSA has done is not promote homo/bi/transgeder sexuality, but it has promoted civil rights for all students in the school. Their efforts are positive and the club only works to further understanding and equality in a school very conservative towards new ideas and differing lifestyles. I appreciate the members of the GSA because they do not promote themselves, they promote humanity.

  37. Lilly Says:

    Many of the compaints about the formation of this club do not address the fact that elementary through high school is the one of the most predominant teachers of social behavior, meaning that interactions between peers, not the 35-60 year old at the head of the class, will socialize kids. To say that high school isn’t there to learn about sexuality is overlooking the fact that we as humans have sex drives, and yes, most definately between the ages of 15 and 18. Our culture, although improving, is repressive of gay couples hence they and their interactions are hidden. Teens, and anyone for that matter, who think they have a different sexual orientation (wake up all of you out there—gay people exist, their desires are very real, and they aren’t going away) than the commonly viewed couples have no models to go off of and don’t know if it is okay (although found in 10% of humans and harms no one). If you do some research, you’ll find that many of teen suicides and attempts occur because of persecution due to homosexuality.

    Ever heard of the fallocy called slippery slope? A fallocy is a very bad argument therefor bearing little to no weight. The slippery slope fallocy describes an argument that one action will inevitably lead to another (usually preposterous and assumed to be a universally detestable) action. Usually the assumption that one action will lead to this other action is false and preposterous itself, however if a decision making group was fearful that the undesired action would happen, precautions can be taken. General, agreeable, nondescriminatory rules can be written in to the decision making body’s set of rules.

  38. Anonymous Says:

    Ok, I’m sorry but I don’t have the first fuckin clue what Lilly said. Did u eat a dictionary or something? Holy christ, tell u what I’m gonna go out in the woods and look for your long lost life. By the way, u think way too much!

  39. The Viking - Worship Me... Says:

    GOD iz fucken kewl u guyz!!!11 Faggetz r gay!! HA HA!1 LOLOLOLOLlol!!111oneoneone … So very sad. It’s true, the Bible says Homosexuality is “not good,” but guess what, kiddies… not everyone shares your same views, be they narrow, or otherwise. If two guys ‘having sex in the butt’ is disgusting, don’t watch it. Why are you even thinking about it? Hmm. Methinks you need to do a little thinking about your own sexuality before you go judging others. “Don’t judge me…:(” A certain ‘Dick Hunt’ posted. You are constantly being judged, give up, and stop asking. No, Lilly didn’t eat a dictionary, Lilly has an IQ greater than negative twelve, unlike you, at. In agreeance with earlier posts, accept others for who they are. Have a little respect. They may not be like you, but according to your blasphemous book of God, you all have the same creator, and Jesus love s you all. Jesus doesn’t love me because I created God, but anywho… *shrugs* Jealousy. Le sigh. With that said and done, I’m just gonna cut this short and end with a quote or two. “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Hmm. Familiar, Bible-babble? “An’ it harm none, do as ye will.” “Mind your own business.” If you don’t want your little baby learning about tolerance, keep your kid out of the club, or keep your legs closed/dick in your pants. In general, I hate Christians. Rampaging, murderous, imperalistic, pig-headed, pompous bastards with no respect for humans who don’t share their views. Views made with blind eyes are empty.

    Worship me, fear me, and make regular donations to me, or else you’ll never see Heaven.

    Your Lovi-…hating, Ruler, Master, and God above God,

    The Viking

    Hail Odin!

  40. DDE Says:

    First of all, I will address all you uneducated, inbred,redneck fools. GSA is not a “hook-up” club, it is an orginization/sation to help the gay youth to bear with patronizing/sing beings like yourselves. You say it imposes on people’s beliefs systems, does that stop you from forming Islamic, Christian, or Jewish clubs? It divides the school you say, schools will always have some sort of seperation(jocks, nerds, et cetera), the GSA tries to integrate more of the school’s youth. Also, no one is forcing these children to join the club. If you were a good parent, you’d know how your kids are doing in school and in what activities they participate. Next up, your lexicon. Fag is a toil or a cigarette. Fagot is a bundle of sticks. If you want to insult us, please have the common courtesy of doing it correctly. Faggot is the word you are looking for, a nickname if you will for a homosexual, it usually carries a negative connotation. Next, to all you wonderful supporters of the GSA, well done. With a little bit of effort, we will learnt to be a more unied and UNIGORANT nation.

  41. DDE Says:

    First of all, I will address all you uneducated, inbred,redneck fools. GSA is not a “hook-up” club, it is an orginization/sation to help the gay youth to bear with patronizing/sing beings like yourselves. You say it imposes on people’s beliefs systems, does that stop you from forming Islamic, Christian, or Jewish clubs? It divides the school you say, schools will always have some sort of seperation(jocks, nerds, et cetera), the GSA tries to integrate more of the school’s youth. Also, no one is forcing these children to join the club. If you were a good parent, you’d know how your kids are doing in school and in what activities they participate. Next up, your lexicon. Fag is a toil or a cigarette. Fagot is a bundle of sticks. If you want to insult us, please have the common courtesy of doing it correctly. Faggot is the word you are looking for, a nickname if you will for a homosexual, it usually carries a negative connotation. Next, to all you wonderful supporters of the GSA, well done. With a little bit of effort, we will learn to be a more unied and UNIGORANT nation.

  42. DDE Says:

    First of all, I will address all you uneducated, inbred,redneck fools. GSA is not a “hook-up” club, it is an orginization/sation to help the gay youth to bear with patronizing/sing beings like yourselves. You say it imposes on people’s beliefs systems, does that stop you from forming Islamic, Christian, or Jewish clubs? It divides the school you say, schools will always have some sort of seperation(jocks, nerds, et cetera), the GSA tries to integrate more of the school’s youth. Also, no one is forcing these children to join the club. If you were a good parent, you’d know how your kids are doing in school and in what activities they participate. Next up, your lexicon. Fag is a toil or a cigarette. Fagot is a bundle of sticks. If you want to insult us, please have the common courtesy of doing it correctly. Faggot is the word you are looking for, a nickname if you will for a homosexual, it usually carries a negative connotation. Last, to all you wonderful supporters of the GSA, well done. With a little bit of effort, we will learn to be a more unied and UNIGORANT nation.

  43. DDE Says:

    Sorry for the triple post, my wonderful internet browser froze.

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  46. GSA president Says:

    I am the president of the organization called GSA aka Gay Straight Alliance. We are going over there and beating the crap out of every straight male and will rape them so we can turn them into gay fagits who strip. good day sir.

  47. Trojan Condoms Inc. Says:

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  48. KMH Says:

    I graduated from Klein High School 2 years ago and I am glad now that there are finally people there that will stand up against the school’s intolerance. The GSA is not there to promote a “gay crusade”, just to try to prevent intolerance. I now go to Hendrix College, which is known for its liberal ideals and everyone here on the whole is more accepted. Yes there are people out there who are intolerant of conservative thought; they are just as bad as the radical conservatives who are intolerant of the liberals. But that does not mean that a tolerance promoting organization should be put down. UNITY (our GSA) actually has more straight members than gay because they promote TOLERANCE, not “gay orgies” or whatever you may think. We do not sleep with each other or convince others that gay is the way to be. All we do is try to have people understand who we are and not hate us just because we fall in love with someone they think we shouldn’t.

  49. KMH Says:

    PS. The comment that the teachers can break up a hetero couple for making out but not a homo couple. That’s going overboard…..they are not asking that teachers let them do whatever. If there is a regulation against PDA (which I know there is from personal experience :) ) then homosexual couples should follow those too. They are not asking for more rights…..just the same rights that heterosexuals have.

  50. asdf Says:

    yo fgts..respond to my comments

    or..i will come over there, and make sweaty love to you until you..die?

    idk..but just respond to my comments..fags.

  51. mr. bu Says:

    paramus high schoool owns you guys

  52. AF Says:

    This is for Jim of Nov. 9th: You don’t know what you’re talking about. And it wasn’t the GSA that took Klein to court, it was, thankfully, the ACLU. The GSA submitted every paper asked for…and then some. They dotted every “i” and crossed every “t”. Get your facts straight. And they *did* have a sponsor on board…several wonderful sponsors as a matter of fact.

  53. ronz Says:

    i graduated from klein oak high school in the same district about four years ago, and lived 5 minutes from klein high school. i wish that there would have been a GSA at my high school back in the day, or even any of the other high schools in our district. after graduating from high school i learned that about 7 others who were in my graduating class at my high school also were gay and lesbian, and wished that there would have been resources and even a club available to us while we were in high school. it would have made harassment and bullying easier to deal with and maybe even prevented. including myself, 4 out of the 7 others that i had mentioned were athletes in high school and now in college, and are thrilled that the start of a GSA at klein high school will finally help those that have been closeted cope with feelings and thoughts about being gay in high school and being gay and an athlete. being an athlete in high school and being gay is like being black and being part of the kkk. you are taught and bred to hate those who are gay/effiminate/pansies and essentially weak, and athletes arent weak. so being an athlete we were taught to essentially hate ourselves. this caused much emotional turmoil after high school. a GSA would have helped in allowing talking about issues and feelings.

    one debate that has been brought up with my group of friends is that having a “gay” club is simply allowing gay teenagers to meet and find partners, or simply recruiting others to be gay. look at having a FCA in high school. isnt that the same thing. allowing christians to meet and find other christians to become “partners” for marriage.

    it all just doesnt make sense to me. i think that those who are afraid of gay people and simply afraid of themselves.

  54. ronz Says:

    oh and another thing. what in the heck is this website supposed to be used for. i thought that this was to discuss issues and such. but having read a lot of what has been posted, it seems like it is a website to call each other fags (bad word) and threaten to beat up each other, even the president of the GSA is doin this. what the hell. i think having said that you are going to “beat the crap out of every straight male and will rape them so we can turn them into gay fagits who strip,” that you have gone down so many levels below the people who you are supposedly trying to fight against to make things easier for those like you.

  55. Betsy Huete Says:

    Ronz, I don’t think that was the actual president of the GSA. Anyway, I graduated from Klein in 2001…it’s nice to see it taking a progressive step forward. Although, some of the current students’ misspelled comments were so enthralling and convincing that I’m really starting to change my mind. Not really. I think what is really hilarious is that all these children that are making these hateful, ignorant comments is that in a few years, they will probably go off to college. When they reach college, they will discover that one of their best friends or acquaintances, or perhaps even themselves, are indeed gay. Then they will look back at this website, and not only realize that THEY DID NOT KNOW HOW TO USE CONTRACTIONS FOR THE LOVE OF GOD (it’s you’re when abbreviating you are, not your…NOT YOUR!), but also that they were completely idiotic. And they provided their idiocy on the internet where anyone and everyone can see and make fun of them for an eternity. Honestly, I don’t mind people that have views different from mind. In fact I welcome it, because in the end, it expands my own. However, if you’re (please take note of the contraction and try to use it) intent upon arguing against the GSA, please make it substantial. I do not feel like I am gaining anything from reading such intelligent comments as “yall iz fagits.” Grow up. Also, I love how people complain about the GSA because it divides the student body. I find that laughable. The student body, particularly at Klein, was always divided. I remember there being an infinite number of cliques, and they were all snobby. And I’m not just talking about the populars either…I’m talking about the goths, the jocks, the drama kids, everyone. Most high school kids are snobby because most kids are insecure with themselves and feel a boost in their own esteem by making someone else feel unwelcome. If anything, an organization like the GSA perpetuates an alliance of different types of people, and whatever division it has caused thus far is simply backlash and will pass in time. And Dick Hunt…your name is Dick Hunt. Why are you even commenting? You have the most homoerotic name ever. And whoever The Viking is…you are funny. After my novel, I basically want to show my support for the gay-straight alliance. Way to go, kiddies.

  56. Betsy Huete Says:

    PS- I meant to say:

    Honestly, I don’t mind people that have views different from mine. In fact I welcome it, because in the end, it expands my own mind.

  57. Betsy Huete Says:

    PPS-I also meant to say:

    I think what is really hilarious is that all these children that are making these hateful, ignorant comments will probably, in a few years, go off to college.

    Thank you and good night.

  58. Kailey Says:

    So, I was just searching the web when I found this site. I’m a student at Klein Collins and I think it’s awesome that Klein started the GSA. I think Collins should follow suite and start a similar club, but maybe a broader one promoting tolerance in general. I should add that I am straight (as far as I know), and I’m totally against all gay schools. In no way would that be helpful. Hate to be harsh, but everyone gets made fun of at some point. If we’re starting all gay schools, maybe we should have all black schools too. Oh wait, isn’t that illegal? We should be more concerned about promoting tolerance than just shutting people out. By sending someone to an all gay school we’re just babying them. Chances are, at school they’ll get made fun of for something else. Problems won’t just disappear. If anyone else from Collins, or any other school for that matter, wants to help feel free to e-mail me. GSA rules!

  59. Mely Says:

    I found this site through a random Google search. I, too, go to the “new school”. Kailey, you know me and know that I would support a club promoting tolerance. That’s what this issue is about, Tolerance.

    One of the things I noticed right off the bat is that KC was still young and open. This year dispelled that for me, what with the four-fight day and snide comments made yearlong during announcements about the HP club (which I admit I have never really supported), compounded with the results found by a year-long survey of a senior (now graduated) friend of mine in psychology. We noticed a definate trend in that those who were blatantly opposed to homosexuality thought that you could contract HIV simply through contact with a carrier.

    The biggest problem faced by our rather sedate, no, stagnant school district is that people are complete ignoramuses. They make snap decisions about people and if you do not conform to their views, they pick up rocks and jump you by the T buildings. This has to be stopped. No, I am not homosexual or even bisexual, but I support you or anyone else’s choice to be so.

    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    Cookie for anyone with enough sense to tell me what that is from.

  60. Just a girl Says:

    I am a student who currently attends Klein highschool. I have no problem with this club but i do have a problem with how it was started and how it is currently run. I know the “founder” of it she was one of my sisters friends. On the tv apperances she made she said that people called her names and shoved her into lockers… ya right no one at klein would even care enough to think about doing that. Klein have 4,000 kids in it. Do you honestly think that before she made the big deal that she did even half of them knew her name much less that she was gay. NO! Everyone would have left her alone if she just let it go. I really dont’ care wether or not she is gay or strait it doesn’t affect me and her sexual preference is none of my business. By having this club they call all the attention to themselves which then creates these problems of “intolerance”. People also call it the gay club. not the gay strait alliance as it was properly named. they preach tolerance yet they don’t tolerate anyone elses opinion. Shouldn’t they be setting the example?

  61. 2003grad Says:

    I used to go to Klein Oak and was just doing a random search to see what was going on with the school. When I went to highschool, I was a very sexual person and did have bisexual experiences. I now realize how wrong that was and that homosexuality should not be advertised like it is. Kids need to understand that, yes, it is 2004, and gays do exsist. But that doesn’t mean that it is okay. Nor should it be promoted. The things I did with girls was for attention. I loved the reaction it caused. I thought for a long time that I was a bi. But it is wrong. And it always will be wrong. And it is wrong for people to try and make that kind of a lifestyle acceptable. Putting a club like that in a highschool is practically saying that people have to accept that.
    I don’t believe in gay bashing or any of that. You should love everyone as you love yourself, I know. But loving someone means helping them, and gays should be helped. Everybody has temptations, and they should be taught to fight them, not give in. If people make these sort of temptations okay, then soon all temptations will be accepted. Like infedelity and junkies. If our society is really going to be okay with these things… well then it is kind of obvious what is going on. I will be praying for highschools nationwide to not accept this kind of club, and for these kids to be getting help from their counselors.

  62. Anonymous Says:

    I just had my Klein High School 20 year reunion and was looking online for some info., when I came across this message board….I have to say that I am straight and have tons of friends who are gay and straight and YES I do believe that it is a great thing that Klein is open minded enough to show support for the gay community, it’s really brilliant, why not? They should have more clubs in support of understanding many different people and ways….we’re not all straight, we’re not all gay, we’re all God’s children and NONE of us are perfect in any way shape or form, so if any people have a need to quote the Bible, you should keep this in mind….he tells us not to judge…..some people should try it, it’s much better for our world.

  63. Anonymous Says:

    I am a gay student at a high school in Louisiana, we are one of few in the state that have formed a Gay-Straight Alliance. I being a member of the club we don’t keep all of our discussions to gay people, but all forms of descrimination. We as a club face little discrimination for the rest of the student body. The few times this has happened, we look at those people as idiots, laugh, and move on with our lives. And for the record, most of the people in the club are straight, you illiterate bastards from NJ.

  64. DDE Says:

    2003grad you are NO ONE to deem what is right or wrong. You tell us our lifestyle is wrong, what about the heterosexual lifestyle? Thousands of teens are getting pregnant as we speak. I could easily complain that heterosexual couples are multiplying like jack-rabbits, leaving millions of children homeless or orphans. But no, what the GSA does, is seek to educate people, for a more tolerant tomorrow. You seem Christian so:
    Matthew 7:1-5 Judge not, that you be not judged. For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you. And why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye? Or how can you say to your brother, “Let me remove the speck from your eye”; and look, a plank is in your own eye? Hypocrite! First remove the plank from your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.
    Everyone, good luck with the GSA.

  65. Anonymous Says:

    I am a gay student at a high school in Louisiana, we are one of few in the states that have formed a Gay-Straight Alliance. I, being a member of the club, know we dont keep all of our discussions to gay people, but all forms of discrimination. We as a club face little discrimination from the rest of the student body. The few times this has happened, we look at those people as idiots, laugh, and move on with our lives. And for the record, most of the people in the club are straight, you illiterate bastards from NJ.

  66. Anonymous Says:

    DDE, I don’t think she was judging anybody. She is not saying to hate these people or discriminate against them. I believe what she is trying to say is that the right thing for these schools to do is try and help these people fight their temptations. And that doesnt just go for gays. I believe think the best thing is to not have sex before you get married. Not saying it is the right or wrong thing to do, but the best decision. Ultimately, if you are living your life apart from God, you will not be happy. You may experience moments of happiness, but it will not last.And if you make the choice to choose a lifestyle away from Him, then as a Christian, it is your duty to to try and reconnect them with God.God relies on us to be fishers of men. We are suppose bring back his children that have strayed away from Him. I know nobody is perfect. But we are all suppose to be helping eachother to keep our lives together and in a holy matter. It is stupid to say that just because society and the media glorifies this alternative lifestyle, that people should not try to bring them back to ther Holy father. Do you believe in adultery? How about child molestation? I don’t. And why not? Because it is sick and wrong. So you say it would be wrong to judge someone who does those things but not a pedifile? I mean, it happens right? That is just the way these people are? I don’t think so. It is a choice. A choice that people should be helped with to make the right one.And that is what counselors and professional psychiatrist are around for.And I know people have been taught to believe that you a born gay and whatever, but that is not true. People are driven to these temptations from experiences that they have had in their lives. Mostly from parents. If you are a boy and your mother was not there to show you support and give you love, and most of the other females in you life did not either, but the males in your life were always there for you, then naturally they are going to look at a man as a loving figure.And I am not saying this is how everybody gets gay. But I am saying that ’03grad is right in saying these people need help. And the younger the better. They should not have a club to support being gay in a school, but rather if a child (note the word child, because highschoolers are still children and highly influential) is having homosexual feelings, they should be counseled to know that feelings like that are natural and understandable, but that is not how God wills a person to live.

  67. Richard Hunt Says:

    Hey guys guess what. The club was a complete failer. I think it was because they made people get something signed by there parents to just to join. Big mistake. If there was anyone who was still in the closet they were sure to never let there parents know the were joining a Gay Straight Alliance. And another thing, not one of the members was straight. Kind of underminds everything they were trying to sucseed in.

    Your friend Dick Hunt ;)

  68. Dominic Says:

    Hi, first off, let me start by saying that I dont live in america, in fact, im way off in little old New Zealand, yet i still heard about this whole gay/straight club fiasco when it first began, in my high school, being discussed in the hallways on the way to class. When i first heard about it, i thought the hype would die alot sooner than it did, and i think i know why it didn’t. The entire situation changed from just being about this club, into being about the introduction of gay culture and open expression of this into society. It became a fight between gay’s and gay supporters against other straight people to see who could come out ontop of the situation. It is this thought that makes me sad. Reading some of the comments here, actually, a fair majority of them, makes me realise that this whole thing is just a verbalised war. no one has really just taken a step back and said, lets look at the bigger picture, will we still be worrying about how ourselves or our children reacted to some club formed way back in high school in ten years? no, unless someone is seriously obsessed, they won’t be. And this leads me to my point. The idea that someone should have to form a club to discuss such things sickens me. Should people not just accept others, discounting opinions, race, religions, etc. What right do we have to say that we are better than anyone else? what factor makes us so all mighty and powerful enough to pass judgement on our own kind? the answer is simple, there is no right, and there are no factors. The basic idea is that all this bickering, saying that god will pass judgement, and that there is such a thing as anti gay groups, and that there are such things as anti straight groups it appaling, and we should be shocked at ourselves for even thinking such things.
    As much as it sounds like i am trying to describe a perfect world, I assure you, i am not. What I am saying, however, is that humans are dumb. We hate ourselves, our brothers, our own race. This is an act of stupidity, one which can be changed, but unfortunatly, in typical human style, there are some who can, yet refuse, to see past the ends of their noses. And it is with saddness that I end this post. I would like to say that we will all “see the light” one day, and we will live in a more peaceful world. But that won’t happen, and if we arn’t careful, this fact will lead to our undoing.

  69. Jessica Says:

    I am not from around there I am actually from Oregon. In every high school I have attended there has been some kind of “gay club”. Never have I seen such a huge and insensible argument over it. The issue breaks down two a few very obvious points.
    People don’t like it, they don’t approve because it’s “Disgusting.” or because “God doesn’t agree.” Well here you go, sense when is it okay to shove your religion or opinion down someone else’s throat? This country was based on freedoms.
    Do you realize that the reason America became America was because people were fleeing prosecution? So how can anyone justify prosecuting Gays? It is a freedom, whether it is right or wrong to you is you own opinion. And it is not right to force your opinion on anyone. I am not just talking to the straight people either, gays really do have to lighten up sometimes, and really you don’t have to flame…
    I know it’s who you are but you have to have respect for the world and people around you. The world is not ready for a prom king and king or queen and queen. And forcing the issue is only going to fuel the fire. Make your side known with reason logic and mutual respect.

  70. Ryan Says:

    I am a former student of Klein High School and a former officer of Bearkats for Christ. This discussion is very interesting and I am dissapointed by so much hateful speach. Many people that struggle with same sex attraction need to realize that sexuality is not a defining feature it is an action. This action is morally sinful, but we should love the person not the sin. No sin is greater than another in the eyes of God.

    In my opinion this group should not be aloud to meet officially because this purpose of the group is destruction rather than constructive to the character of the school and community of students. The lawsuit will rule in favor of the students because of our activist judges, but students should not act out in hate.

  71. Benny Says:

    Leave the GSA kids alone. They’re not hurting anyone. It’s the new millenium. And if anyone went to Klein, he/she must know that people in klein are less conscious about the whole civil rights deal in general. I used to live in New Jersey, and until I moved to Klein, TX I’ve never heard the word “nigger” said by the students and languages like “you’re gay” “you homo” “you fag.” Klein needs this. I think the students of Klein needs some exposure to this kind of stuff to come out of their sheltered little white world.

  72. Anonymous Says:

    fuckin gay fags need to do their buttsex elsewhere. i go to klein and fags r everhwere. im sick of their shit. no one likes ur nasty butt-pirate asses, go home and fuc keach other stupid, see if i care. fuckin queer.

  73. i hate queers Says:

    I just wanna say that all u queers are going to hell. u need to stop ur whining and go get your hair highlighted or something. So as far as im concerned you queers have no place in klein high and never will so shut the hell up. go have butt sex!!!

  74. parent Says:

    hmmm…. i thought jesus teaches us to love everyone? we are not the ones to judge. that is left to god. if you are threatened by the Gay Staight Alliance I suggest that you have issues with your own sexuality.
    a KHS parent
    ps: paramus NJ is a toilet. i know i have been there.

  75. left out Says:

    I don’t have a real problem with it, but also I wouldn’t wanna be in the club. It don’t really matter cuz it’s thoses ppls business and it shouldn’t concern ppl. NEways its basically same thing as the racial clubs for black and asians and stuff so I’m they just trying to be heard like them.

  76. amanda Says:

    for all of you that dont agree with the club ,and talk about being gay is a sin what you dont realize is that most gay people cant help how they are just like you cant help what color your skin is. studies show that most gay people have a chemical inbalance in their brain which cause them to think and feel the way they feel so basically they cannot help the fact that they are gay and why are most of you so uptight about it leave it alone your not the one in the club so why do you care.and some gay people arent christians and dont give a **** whats a sin and if being gay is a sin so your just waisting your breathe talking about jesus and what he thinks about it.

  77. Anonymous Says:

    inside pussy looks way fucking disgusting than two men having sex in the butt all straight should be motherfuckers

  78. Anonymous Says:

    all str8 guys are sicko cuz liking nasty pussies I am anti-girl and anti-straight so fuck you all str8 people motherfucker

  79. CyFairCowboy Says:

    All I have to say is, Being Gay is wrong, PLAIN AND SIMPLE. I don’t give a rats ass about a “Chemical imbalance”. It says clear as day in the Bible that being homosexual is a sin. As for the GSA, we have one at Cy-Fair, and it’s total Bullshit. I’m not on an anit-gay crusade. If you’re a rope sucker, then you do that on your own time. Don’t bring it to school with you. If somebody gives you shit, you whoop their ass once, and they’ll never mess with you again. That’s what my dad told me a long time ago, and for me, its a fact. Learn to stick up for yourself. Not everybody is going to take care of you the rest of your life the way the school does. And in my opinion, our school system has gone straight to hell. Yes, I am in FFA and yes I am a Cowboy. A COWBOY. Not a redneck. I’m not white trash. My family has owned and worked the same property since 1880. No, I don’t fuck my sister, or my cousin. And no, I’ve never had a sexual altercation with a farm animal. This post is addressing almost every single one of the comments posted here. I understand that everybody has a right to their own opinion. That’s why we live in America. Thats why our boys are fighting and dying over there in that God-Forsaken piece of dirt called the middle east. They’re fighting for our Freedom. This is just a good ol’ down to earth country boy’s two cents.

  80. CyFairCowboy Says:

    Oh, and to Anonymous: you need to watch how you talk boy. If I ever heard you talk like that around me, I’d horse whip you within six inches of your life. I guess you mama and daddy didn’t raise you any better.

  81. dylar74 Says:

    To whom it may concern,

    I am a alumni from 93. In today’s world of corporate culture, you will find diversity in every shape and context. I believe it is time to encourage diversity and embrace the differences that make us unique. Each person has something to “bring to the table”. I think it’s about time, our school, became a enriched diversity network. As far as wasting tax payer’s money or time, I say too bad. The school allows all types of groups, and yes this should be allowed as well. The problem with most people is the fact of realizing that each individual is important. You might remember the bible…….to treat others as you would yourself……..respect thy neighbor, ect. I don’t think God, since all powerfull, would allow gay people to exist at all if there wasn’t a plan behind it. Get off you high pedestal and become an adult. The negative comments seem very “Hitler” motivated to me. Plus, what does this have to do with you, nothing. Other than, another way for people to put down someone else. Wow, especially the minorities reponding badly. Talk about cutting your foot off to spite your face. What a double standard.

  82. dylar74 Says:

    To whom it may concern,

    I am a alumni from 93. I am pleased and happy that KHS to moving into the future. Being gay,straight, ect means nothing in the long run. Others should be ashamed of themselves for speaking against any group/minority. We are all one people. I don’t think God would allow homosexuality without a plan. All I have seen is judgement. Who are you to judge? The corporate world does not see minorities, only employees that can help the bottom line. Btw, most CEO’s and Board Members according to “The New York Times” are gay. Wonder who you are working for?

  83. dylar74 Says:

    To all,

    I have read most of the comments, and was appalled. I thought the Klein School District turned out smarter and more polished people than this. What happened? I grieve for our future. To those who have bashed, where are your morals? What are you so scared of? Believe me……..we don’t want to redecorate your house.

    I went to KHS, and felt completely alone and isolated. This group would be wonderfull to those who have nobody to talk with. I was on the football team and played soccer. I felt so lost and didn’t go to the parties. I didn’t hang with the other teammates in fear of them finding out, I was gay. It was hell. The lockerroom was a fear filled place for me. Not because I looked or lusted after anyone, but because I was scared all the time. Funny, that as a Freshman I worked out with the Seniors. Not to mention, I held many of the work-out lifting records. No one would dare mess with me, but that didn’t stop the feeling that I was alone and scared of what could happen. Only to find out, one of my team members was gay. We went out and dated for a while. Neither of us hit on each other, we just knew the other was gay. That was the only thing that saved me during that time. To have found someone going through, what I was.

    So I say, damn right, it’s about time. Plus those of you that are against it. No one wants into your pants. Most gay people are very picky, and believe me……..no one wants your straight ass. We have morals, no one is going to hit on a straight person. That is ridiculous.

  84. smart girl Says:

    Cy-Fair Cowboy sounds like a narrow minded caveman. The events in the bible transpired at least 300 years before any of it was written down. Not to mention it was translated numerous times so the true meaning was lost in translation. The bible also says a father can prostitute his daughters out. So if you’re going to live by the word of the bible then make sure you live by all the words or consider yourself a hypocrite.

  85. CowboyUp85 Says:

    I personally think that Homosexuality is wrong. I don’t really have a problem with gays, as long as they don’t flaunt it. I work with a couple of gay guys, and you can’t even tell. They don’t bother me. And CyFair Cowboy is not a “narrow minded caveman” he’s actually a very smart guy, and a friend of mine from back when I went to Cy Fair. (Graduated two years ago). So smart girl, you don’t sound too smart to me, just smart ass. Put down The Da Vinci Code and go and get some religion.

  86. KOP Says:

    I think all you fagits are going to hell

  87. braulio Says:

    Here I go.

    CowboyUp85, you are completely wrong. You base your beliefs on something your parents shoved down your throat. I am, though, assuming so.

    I agree with Smart Girl. The Holy Bible does allow for one to sell their daughter out to slavery. Do they preach that in churches? Yikes. Listen, this Bible was NOT written by this God you speak of, himself. It was written by men who thought the act of homosexuality to be sinful and abhorrent. Listen, I am sick and tired of people telling us to not flaunt our sexual orientation. How can sexual orientation not be a part of our lives? It is of yours. I mean, any heterosexual individual is more than likely to get married, right? Yes. That is classified as “flaunting” your sexual orientation. Your hypocrisy is so idiotic. Back to the topic- homosexuality was validated back in the 1600s in the English language. The act of homosexuality, however, did exist way before. It’s a birth defect, in case you did not know. It’s ridiculous for people to think that to be gay is a choice. It does not equate to preferring a gender for lust.

    KOP, you are, what I like to call, an imbecile. I hope you choose to not reproduce and distribute those beliefs. Homosexuality is NOT wrong. It is only an action that you deem “sinful” or “unusual.” Also, please learn to spell. The term is “faggots” and I hope you don’t use that discriminative term outside of the internet. People like you should be ashamed.

    All homosexuals experience same-sex attractions and, trust me, we will NOT abstain from sex just so that we can save you from vomiting your esophagus.

    Cy-Fair Cowboy, please do the world a favor and chug a gallon of Bleach. Are you serious? “It says clear as day in the Bible that being homosexual is a sin.” – I have forever hated that quote. I cannot believe you even have the audacity to use that quote to try to justify the “wrong, sinful ways” of homosexuality.

    I’m going to say this only once and I hope you read carefully- Not everyone in the world practices the religion Christianity. I certainly don’t. Therefore your outdated book (AKA the Bible) is void to me since I am Atheist. I’d rather you not question my choice of Religion because I have my own reasons. Also, “Put down The Da Vinci Code and go get some religion,” HAHAHAHAHA. You are ridiculous. Did you know that the book was fictitious? Or were you just so upset at how “blasphemous” the movie was that you decided it was trying to persuade people out of the religion?

    You guys realise that Hitler along with his nazis were also targeting homosexuals? I am not trying to say that Jewish peoples didn’t have it harder in life; I am just saying that not only did the nazis target Jewish people, they also wanted the homosexuals dead. Would you really like to put yourself up there with them? Really?

    Also, I bet you guys are only “homophobic” against guys, right? I don’t mean to assume nor do I mean to generalize but that’s what the majority thinks. I think the whole girl/girl thing just to get attention is sickening. The girls who claim to be bisexual just so that they can impress guys they like. Um, if you are “turned on” by that stuff, that’s great. It’s just pretty fucking ridiculous that there are guys like that.

    “I just wanna say that all u queers are going to hell. u need to stop ur whining and go get your hair highlighted or something. So as far as im concerned you queers have no place in klein high and never will so shut the hell up. go have butt sex!!!”

    No. Just, no. As a gay student, I have every goddamn right to complain as you are doing so against the Gay-Straight Alliance. Yes, I realize this is 3 years old but I would like to address these asinine, bigoted, ignorant comments. Not all gay men (or women. What? There are ACTUAL lesbians? No way!) get their hair highlighted, you idiot. Us “queers,” as you call us, have every right to attend Klein High School. Sorry, but I do not base what school I go to on sexual orientation nor do I plan on moving any time soon. Why aren’t you also addressing lesbians, then? You do realize that there are female homosexuals at Klein High, right? Idiot.

    “fuckin gay fags need to do their buttsex elsewhere. i go to klein and fags r everhwere. im sick of their shit. no one likes ur nasty butt-pirate asses, go home and fuc keach other stupid, see if i care. fuckin queer.”

    Same goes for you. I see heterosexuals everywhere. Hell, it is the default sexual orientation and they are OBVIOUSLY everywhere. Do I complain? No. Neither should you because we need to be treated equally. I cannot believe you actually typed that comment without thinking twice. I think I am done because I do not feel like wasting my precious time by addressing on any of you close-minded dolts.

  88. THESICKNESS Says:

    It’s funny how you all want to talk about sin and I am guessing that relates only to the gay population right? Not to the whores in Klein that are sleeping with recruiters, not to the football players forcing themselves on females, not to the teachers, parents, and admins that help cover all of this up. Anyone remember SSg. Harnage the Army recruiter? NO he has suddenly flown out the window. Well then can anyone think back to the multiple investigations launched into HIS sexual behavior, hmm can’t remember that either? But most of you make damn sure to condemn these kids for their sexual choices, funny how that works. Who cares is there is a GSA club? Do you have to join? Is the GSA club allowed to take students out of class or school altogether and go God knows where?

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