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Glee’s Chris Colfer says he was bullied ‘every day’ at school for being gay

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  1. That’s the worst thing about being bullied – being made to feel it’s your fault and that it’s something shameful, something to hide from one’s parents.

    At least Colfer has the good fortune to be able to have the last laugh now. It makes him one of the lucky ones, relatively speaking.

  2. Good for him. I just love Glee. Lots of episodes have made me cry. Yes, ok, I know it’s over-produced etc etc but I don’t care.

  3. Such a basket of talent. Parents must be soooooo prout of him.

  4. Although its a shame he hid the abuse from his family, at least his motivation wasn’t fear, but rather that he felt they had enough to deal with, what with his sisters condition. Still, good to see he has branched out and isn’t just relying on being a pretty tv face.

  5. He was one of the best things to emerge from Glee. Interesting person and a spokesman for gay rights as well as giving support to kids that have been bullied.

  6. Don Harrison 4 Aug 2012, 12:15am

    Tell me about it?
    Just how many other kids get bullied all the time for being gay?

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