Zachary Quinto Gay

October 17, 2011 by staff 

Zachary Quinto GayZachary Quinto Gay, Actor Zachary Quinto, best known for playing Spock in the 2009 “Star Trek” remake and its role as Sylar in the TV series “Heroes” acknowledged his hmosxlity in a post on its website on Sunday, saying the action is occurs after the suicide of a 14-year-old, who apparently committed suicide after being harassed over his sexuality.

“When I heard that Rodemeyer Jamey took his own life – I was deeply concerned,” published Quinto. “But when I learned that Jamey had done Rodemeyer ‘It Gets Better” video only months before taking his own life – I felt despair indescribable.

“I also did a ‘It Gets Better” video last year in the wake of the senseless and tragic gay teen suicides is sweeping the nation at the time, “wrote the Fifth.” But in light of the death of Jamey, is became clear to me in an instant, living a gay life without acknowledging publicly that there is enough to make a significant contribution to the immense task that lies ahead on the road to full equality. ”

Rodemeyer was found dead on September 18 before the house of his parents in Buffalo, New York. His parents said he had suffered years of harassment for their sexual orientation. His suicide has attracted the attention of stars like Lady Gaga, who dedicated a song to him at a recent concert.

The “It Gets Better” campaign is aimed at the gay, lsbn, bisexual or transgender may experience harassment.

“Our society has to recognize the unstoppable momentum towards equality for all citizens unequivocal civilian gay, lsbn, bisexual and transgender people of this country,” said Quinto. “Gay kids to stop killing themselves because they feel worthless by the cruel and relentless harassment. Parents should teach their children the principles of respect and acceptance. We are witnessing a huge shift in collective consciousness around the world. I believe in the power of intention to change the landscape of our society – and I intend to live an authentic life of compassion and integrity and action. ”

Rodemeyer his life has changed, the fifth of 34-year-old wrote. “Despite his death, only makes me wish I had done this before, I am eternally grateful for having been the catalyst for change within me. Now I hope to serve as a catalyst for the same one person in this world. That – I think – it’s all we can do ourselves and each other. “

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