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Boston Red Sox join Giants and Cubs, announce 'It Gets Better' video against anti-gay bullying

News release from Change.org:

BOSTON, MA – The Boston Red Sox announced today that they will produce an “It Gets Better” video, becoming the third team in professional sports in a week to join the campaign in taking a stand against anti-gay bullying and homophobia. More than 9,000 people -- mostly Red Sox fans in New England -- signed 12-year-old Sam Maden’s Change,org petition to the Red Sox, which he started in honor of his Uncle Chris, who died unexpectedly in January at the age of 43.

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chjeers. there is all kidns of bullying but gay kids get it worst of all

And some of them dont even dare tell the school or parents because if the parents find out htey are gay,a bout 25% of them are thrown out of hte family the day they are 18.

thats homophobic parent love for you.

Thanks for providing the file to download.. I have downloaded it..

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