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Worth taking a look at... [15 Aug 2005|12:47pm]

i_am_linkinpark
[ mood | apathetic ]

It doesn't have anything to go with Free Zach, but I thought you might be interested if you haven't already seen this:



http://www.livejournal.com/community/gayandstraight/114279.html?nc=3

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Ex founder of LIA [01 Aug 2005|07:15am]

bigdog5758
So yeah recently in the free zach thing the ex founder of Love in Action John Evans has written a letter here is the site for it

http://www.waynebesen.com/columns/2005/07/love-in-action-co-founder-my-ministry.html
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[13 Jul 2005|12:50pm]

silent_shards1
The situation with Zach has me outraged, ready to break necks, but alas, I am a pacifist.
I remember when I came out three years ago, when I was fourteen. I had a hard time with one group of girls, who were really insistent about religion and how god would hate me for being bisexual.

I also know that I made more friends than I ever thought I would have. All of a sudden, the gay community in my high school was all around me, and I never felt more supported in all my life. I never had to fear for my safety, because there was always someone around me until the rest of the school just accepted that I was part of the GLBTQ community.

Coming out to my parents wasn't really that difficult, as both of them had had bisexual experiences in the past and were comfortable around homosexuality. I was lucky in that respect.

When I learned that Zach's *parents,* those people who are supposed to love you no matter what you do or who you are, had shipped him off to an ex-gay camp I was absolutely furious. How can anyone be so insensitive towards their own family members, towards their own son?

Can someone please explain to me how the Fundies see this Camp as LOVE in Action? Because all I'm seeing is a perverted sense of hatred that no one deserves to be buried under.
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new and spreading the word [07 Jul 2005|01:33am]

bigdog5758
Hey people I am new and joined because I saw the awesome list Wappy put together over at free zach the one with the diffrent blogs and group website. Good job on it Wappy. Anyways I have been spreading the word as much as I can my local gbltq group is going to meet tommrow if the leader is there he said he would discuss possible ideas for the movement. I also talked to the people over at hamburger mary's here in Arizona. They said they would have to approve of flyers and if they do I will give them some for them to pass them out, at thier restaraunts. Also I called one of the magazines here in Arizona called Echo it is a gay magazine and informs about alot of things, they said they have someone checking into this story and hopefully thy will write about it. So that is what is going on with me. I am still going to contuine to push this to the people I meet like now most of my days on line are like what are you doing Mark and I am like looking up info on the free zach thing and some of them have joined this as well. I will let you guys know what my gblt group says tonight. Talk to you all later
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Show That You Give a Damn! [03 Jul 2005|04:04am]
rojikaru

The HTML code below links to the original topic in the "Free Zach!" message board started by Wappy (aka 'Shalom!'). The image also includes a textual reminder of Zach's blog URL, for anyone wondering. The actual base image (the girl in the background) itself is a stock photo from the Stock XChange, thus there are no intellectual property issues, nor are there and legal or personal issues attached to it (Its public property). I created it in Adobe Photoshop CS 8.0. [End of the technical details]. I hope I helped.





COPY & PASTE the HTML code below:

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The Second Opinion [22 Jun 2005|11:35pm]
rojikaru
[ mood | accomplished, but sick ]

I went to a meeting today to discuss the first issue of my friends magazine/newspaper, "The Second Opinion"; which will be circulating through out this area. They were looking for ideas on topics and a real purpose for the publication. I suggested human rights, and the fight against religious fundamentalism. I specifically cited the case of the "Free Zach!" and LIA-R. The group, at first, didn't take kindly to the idea, and they pretty much shot down having anything about it.

When I got home from the meeting, I talked to Jared, the leader of the group and the publication. He said that if I write some articles on the issues I discussed that he would put the entire publication behind it. A small victory, and a small difference; but I hope it'll help the "Free Zach!" effort and human rights none-the-less.

So, I'm going to write several articles regarding the situation in Memphis and the specific child abuse and human rights violations being committed at LIA-R, as well as a piece on the power of the internet and use the "Free Zach!" group on MySpace, as an example of that.

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First Entry [21 Jun 2005|07:26pm]
rojikaru
[ mood | amused ]

The '__unbroken__' community exists to say that no one need be ashamed of their sexual orientation, sexuality, gender, race, etc... No one is broken, we are all perfect as we came; and this community will conquer those who would say otherwise.

The extended goals of this community are: to be a free outlet of intellectual thought on human rights and humanist values, abroad; to be an information source on both local and global injustices regarding human rights, and humanist values; and to be a place to rally support for those who need it.

This community was inspired by the "Free Zach!" group of MySpace.com and the weblog of a young teenage man, known simply as, "Zach."

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