I could have started by stating how cruel the teenagers’ world is, but I won’t. You know that very well yourself. You know that you are special, that many reject you just because they are afraid of being rejected themselves, they are afraid to be themselves. You are really courageous, if you stand up for your right to individuality, but sometimes even the strongest of people can’t take it any more. Continue reading It will all change for the best→
I don’t have an interesting story to tell. I don’t even know whether I’ll keep living as LGBT or whether I’ll bring up children in a heterosexual family. In any case, it won’t happen any time soon. Right now all I know is that we exist and that we aren’t alone.
Some people think I’m just a child, who can’t think for themselves. But I know more than many adults do. People are used to containing themselves within certain frames and they are scared to look out from them. If something doesn’t fit into the frame, then it’s ‘unacceptable’. Continue reading How can I turn someone gay? What can I say?→
Having formed groups based on their sexuality in social networks, teenagers declared a war on each other in reality.
We want to tell you a story.
A story about our children.
The children we don’t really know.
They put it this way themselves: ‘We are invisible. We are not seen. We are not known, but we exist’.
Recently they have declared themselves to the world.
They invented a name for themselves – ‘Children-404’. The name was chosen by the analogy with the internet error 404. “It’s this thing which happens when you surf the web, and the search engine spits it out – the page is not found.”
Thus the country has found out about teenagers with non-traditional orientation.
Straight away a glove was thrown downat them.
– by other kids, who called themselves ‘Children-1488’.