Cassidy Lynn Campbell

The 16-year-old transgender boy was voted homecoming queen of a California high school is still miserable. Cassidy Lynn Campbell was voted homecoming queen of Marina High School in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Friday, Sept. 20. On Saturday, Cassidy, wearing his tiara, uploaded an emotional video complaining of the negative feedback he’s gotten since winning the crown.

“I’m so sad, I’m so distraught and so broken down and so upset and so deteriorated and so tired of the world,” he wailed. “I’m always judged and I’m always looked down upon … sometimes I wonder if it’s even worth it and if I should just go back to being miserable.”

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Boy Scouts Vote to Admit Openly Gay Boys Yesterday, the Boy Scouts of America voted to admit openly gay boys for the first time. But Pascal Tessier, 16, has mixed feelings about the historic decision. At 16, he is one step away from earning his Eagle Scout — the highest honor for a Boy Scout. He is also openly gay.

“I was thinking that today could be my last day as a Boy Scout,” Tessier said. “Obviously, for gay Scouts like me, this vote is life-changing.”

Tessier is concerned that he will be kicked out of the organization when he turns 18.

That’s because, despite ongoing pressure from gay rights advocates and corporate sponsors, the Boy Scouts of America remains resistant to allowing openly gay scout leaders.

“That one couple hours (between 17 and 18) will make me not a good person,” Tessier said.

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Linden Middle School

The mainstream media refuses to cover this story because it doesn’t fit their agenda.

Female students at a Red Hook, New York, middle school recently participated in a workshop intended to make them more comfortable with homosexuality.

The 13-and 14-year-old girls learned about homosexuality and gender identity at Linden Avenue Middle School. They were also taught terminology such as “pansexual” and “genderqueer,” CBN reports.

The workshop was designed to bring awareness to the bullying and social stigma that young homosexuals sometimes experience.

At some point during the workshop, two of the girls were asked to stand up in front of the class and kiss each other, as if they were on a date.

The students’ parents are outraged.

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Manti Te'o

Not one NFL team showed interest in former Notre Dame star Manti Te’o in the 1st round of Thursday’s 2013 NFL draft.

NFL scouts weary of Te’o’s distracting presence in the NFL locker room declined to draft the former Heisman candidate who had a terrible showing in the NFL Combines in February.

If you recall, Te’o made headlines for mourning a dead girlfriend who didn’t exist.

A male friend later stepped forward to say he pretended to be Te’o’s dead girlfriend for 3 years because he was in love with him. This led to rampant speculation that Te’o himself was gay.

West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith also wasn’t chosen in the 1st round — probably for the same reason that Te’o was passed over.

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4 NFL players to come out

Brendon Ayanbadejo, who was cut by the Baltimore Ravens, still praises the organization for “laying the groundwork” for gay players to come out of the closet.

The Ravens terminated the linebacker’s contract Thursday. But the married father-of-2 praised the Ravens for supporting his self-appointed role as the NFL spokesman for gay marriage.

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Gay couple kicked out of mall for kissing

A gay couple is making the rounds of talk shows after they were kicked out of a California mall for kissing and holding hands.

Jose Guzman, right, and Daniel Chesmore, left, say they were asked to leave Westfield Galleria mall in Roseville, Ca, after their public display of affection proved to be too much for a mall security guard.

The mall stands by the security guard who ordered the two men to leave, the NY Daily News reports.

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