Gay Andy

August 12, 2010

Thank you Alexa for your email

Filed under: Uncategorized — gayandy @ 11:58 pm

hey David, my name is Alexa im 15 boutta be 16. I think its great what you do. My cousin is gay and everyone looks down on him for it. I dont hes my favorite cousin becuz hes different like me. His name is Ryan nd he is 17. Well i really hope you reply back to me. It would mean alot beecuz you are EXTREMELY cute. Thnx love wat you do ~LEXXI~

Hi Alexa – thank you for your email. One of the reasons why some people look down on other people is because they want to make themselves seem to be more important by putting other people down. In their own heads by putting someone else down it makes them feel like they’re better than the other other person.

But what goes around comes around. They put somebody down, and somebody else will put them down. It’s a vicious cycle, and I’m happy for you Alexa that you’re helping to put an end to this merry-go-round gone mad of people putting other people down. You being a cool friend to Ryan is the perfect example of what Jesus would do.

Another thing you can do to show your support for Ryan is to point him towards my website. Here he will find a shoulder to lean on and a hand to hold. You’re a sweetie Alexa πŸ™‚

{{heart ya}}

David Andrew Delacruz



Here’s the reply I just received back from Alexa.

Dear David, I did point Ryan to this website. And he thanked me for it. Not only did he think you were HOTT but he finally realized he wasnt alone anymore in his battle of people looking down on him for who he is. God made him how he is for a reason. And people shouldnt try to tamper with a creation of god. I know wat hes goin through because im bi….. people look down on me everyday. my parent dont know beause my mom said that if she ever found out any of her children came out tht way shed kick us out nd i have NOWHERE to go. So who i am stay hidden under shadows and onli my friends know. here is a poem i wrote a while back about what me and Ryan felt and STILL FEEL. I hope you like it

Do you know that feeling of
Being looked down on and shamed
To see people judge you cuz
Who your are and wanting you to change

To be judged every single day
And through your whole entire life
To leave you here with all these scars
And leave you with pain and strife

Hope you reply its good to hear from someone who understands ^.^

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3 Comments »

  1. Alexa and Ryan, welcome to David's website and a source of sympathy and understanding. Look at the other sites he links to, and see how many gay boys there are out there, an on-line community of support.

    Comment by BrianW — August 13, 2010 @ 9:35 am | Reply

  2. IMHO it is a crime against humanity to make adolescents and teens feel this way about their sexuality. The media and the Internet are changing these despicable attitudes but it may take a few more decades before sexuality is accepted the same as the colour of your hair. If one's family is very conservative and homophobic I would advise young gays to play the game and keep their sexuality under the radar until their education is completed and they gain financial independence. You can then find your gay-friendly community. Yes it sucks but it is better than being out on the street. There are some countries that are really back in the Middle Ages concerning sexuality and my heart really goes out to the homosexual youth there; enlightened and developed countries should make some statements in the United Nations concerning this. Andy's comments are so true. bfn – Wayne πŸ™‚

    Comment by wayner — August 13, 2010 @ 2:23 pm | Reply

  3. Welcome to all the kids that visit 'St. Andrew's Church of the Inspiration' !!! lol I hope that you all find comfort in the fact that being different is part of God's plan… You are ALL his children, and should be proud of who you are. NEVER let someone convince you that you are less… Not only is it untrue, it is an affront to the One that created you!! He doesn't make mistakes, so, it's up to you to lead your lives in a fashion that would make Him proud… If you need an example, look no further than David… He tries, every day, to live his life as Christ would expect… He is imperfect, like all of us, but, he is one of the most giving and caring guys that you will meet out here, so, enjoy your visits, and, keep your seatbelts buckled!! lol luv, Tman<3

    Comment by tman — August 14, 2010 @ 12:52 am | Reply


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