Friends, you might not know this, but a group of young people have decided to start a campaign against homophobia and anti-LGBTQ hate.
The new group, Friends, is a grassroots movement, but it’s not just a political movement.
It’s a group where people feel comfortable expressing their opinions and participating in activism, and it’s a place where people can share their ideas.
It’s not a place for a lot of people to hang out, because you’re trying to get them to say something.
They’re trying get them in a conversation.
The group’s website has been working on the project for a few weeks now, but I think I caught a glimpse of the first video in the first week of May.
The teens in the video are not only talking about their struggles with their sexuality, but they’re also talking about how homophobia is a part of their community, too.
In a nutshell, they say they don’t want to be called gay by the other people in their community.
They want to know, are we all being discriminated against?
They want people to see them for who they are, instead of who they look like.
I know a lot, many people are just confused by that, like, what are you talking about?
How are you saying you’re not gay?
And then you’re saying you just don’t have gay friends, and I’m like, oh, my God, I’m not sure how to react.
It was an interesting conversation, because some people are going, well, I think we’re all just confused about it, and you don’t understand.
I think that’s a really important thing to understand about what this campaign is about.
The truth is, this is not a political campaign, this movement is a community-based one.
And that’s where the real work begins.
What kind of messages do you want people hearing from the group?
I want to show them that this is something that happens in their neighborhood, that you’re just part of the community.
That there are people out there who want to have a good time, who want their friends to be happy, and that we are going to keep working on that.
I want to say to people that we’re going to make a change in this world.
I’m going to work on this in this neighborhood, and we’re not going to let it pass us by.