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Post  arina on 3/9/2012, 4:18 am


Chris,
Forgive me for using your birthday video as a confessional. A Facebook friend told me about this project and I wanted to let you know how much your work has meant to me and my family.
As a father, I try to stay aware of what my children are being exposed to. When my kids first started watching Glee, I was dubious to say the least. I was convinced that I would hate the show and even more convinced that I’d hate “the gay kid”.
Because, I will be honest, I was one of those guys. The ignorant, secretly bigoted kind who told myself that I was open-minded, but believed without reservation or consideration that gays were nothing but sexual predators looking to corrupt straight people. I would like to apologize for that.
A few episodes into Glee, my viewpoint began to change. I found myself rooting for the very character I had been so prepared to condemn. The father/son relationship I saw made me consider how I would feel if that was my kid. I kept watching, slowly becoming fascinated (much to my embarrassment at the time) by the progress of Kurt’s romantic journey. I was shocked by how much the innocent hope of his unrequited crush in the first season contrasted with the violent actions of that predatory closet jock in the second. And I was both amused and touched by the slow build-up of strong, honest love between Kurt and his Dalton boy. Those relationships proved to me that Kurt was just a boy, like any other, trying to get through the obstacles of his world and find real happiness. This was no predator. No stereotype of random promiscuity. He wasn’t a sad little doormat for the ignorant straights of the world to push around. Kurt was just a normal, if extraordinary, teenager.
I had to ask myself, who was I to put down a gay version of the kid I had been in high school? A boy who was pushed around for being a short, scrawny math-geek, who suffered God knows how many pointless crushes before meeting the love of my life, a woman I married right out of college and later fathered three beautiful children with?
Glee put my prejudice on shaky ground, and made me reconsider many things. You personally caused that prejudice to undergo an earthquake by being so open about who you are and so friendly and charming and shockingly “real” whenever I happened across you on a talk show or televised event.
The final nail in the coffin came this past weekend when Doug (my oldest son) and I watched the YouTube broadcast of “8” together. I felt like a fool as I watched my old arguments, not against marriage but against gays in general, get held up to the fire and burned away as the transparent tissue paper excuses that they were. Your performance in particular moved me, less for the words you spoke than for the vulnerability evident in your face and voice. For a moment, I wasn’t watching Chris Colfer or the character he played on that witness stand, I was watching my own son.
Which brings me to the important part of this letter. A day after that remarkable play aired, my son came out to me. He had been witnessing my slow transformation and, ironically, waiting for me to grow mature enough to accept the truth. I have, and my son and I both feel remarkably free.
Thank you for teaching this old dog a couple of new tricks and helping me to become worthy of the wonderful young man that I fathered sixteen years ago. I wouldn’t have done it without you.
Best Wishes and a very Happy Birthday to you.
Dennis
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Post  fantastica on 3/9/2012, 4:42 am

wow, that's so touching and moving. that's the what I love arts the most - when it inspires, when it changes people for hte better, when it does soceity some good. I hope Chris will see this letter and perhaps write something back to the man. I also hope more people are changing like this gentleman, changing because the tv shows, movies, plays and other media programs are teaching people that we are all equally human, despite our differences in one way or hte other. I do hope they make that play into a movie - better yet, a TV movie. theater movies require people to shell out money to see. TV movies on national broadcast network can reach far more viewers, w/o having them spend a penny. anyway, I hope Chris is in this future movie. I am glad many reviews of 8 mentions him, and the his performance is appreciated. Hopefully they will consider him to be perfect actor to play this part.
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Post  Shinra17 on 3/9/2012, 5:30 am

arina wrote:

Chris,
Forgive me for using your birthday video as a confessional. A Facebook friend told me about this project and I wanted to let you know how much your work has meant to me and my family.
As a father, I try to stay aware of what my children are being exposed to. When my kids first started watching Glee, I was dubious to say the least. I was convinced that I would hate the show and even more convinced that I’d hate “the gay kid”.
Because, I will be honest, I was one of those guys. The ignorant, secretly bigoted kind who told myself that I was open-minded, but believed without reservation or consideration that gays were nothing but sexual predators looking to corrupt straight people. I would like to apologize for that.
A few episodes into Glee, my viewpoint began to change. I found myself rooting for the very character I had been so prepared to condemn. The father/son relationship I saw made me consider how I would feel if that was my kid. I kept watching, slowly becoming fascinated (much to my embarrassment at the time) by the progress of Kurt’s romantic journey. I was shocked by how much the innocent hope of his unrequited crush in the first season contrasted with the violent actions of that predatory closet jock in the second. And I was both amused and touched by the slow build-up of strong, honest love between Kurt and his Dalton boy. Those relationships proved to me that Kurt was just a boy, like any other, trying to get through the obstacles of his world and find real happiness. This was no predator. No stereotype of random promiscuity. He wasn’t a sad little doormat for the ignorant straights of the world to push around. Kurt was just a normal, if extraordinary, teenager.
I had to ask myself, who was I to put down a gay version of the kid I had been in high school? A boy who was pushed around for being a short, scrawny math-geek, who suffered God knows how many pointless crushes before meeting the love of my life, a woman I married right out of college and later fathered three beautiful children with?
Glee put my prejudice on shaky ground, and made me reconsider many things. You personally caused that prejudice to undergo an earthquake by being so open about who you are and so friendly and charming and shockingly “real” whenever I happened across you on a talk show or televised event.
The final nail in the coffin came this past weekend when Doug (my oldest son) and I watched the YouTube broadcast of “8” together. I felt like a fool as I watched my old arguments, not against marriage but against gays in general, get held up to the fire and burned away as the transparent tissue paper excuses that they were. Your performance in particular moved me, less for the words you spoke than for the vulnerability evident in your face and voice. For a moment, I wasn’t watching Chris Colfer or the character he played on that witness stand, I was watching my own son.
Which brings me to the important part of this letter. A day after that remarkable play aired, my son came out to me. He had been witnessing my slow transformation and, ironically, waiting for me to grow mature enough to accept the truth. I have, and my son and I both feel remarkably free.
Thank you for teaching this old dog a couple of new tricks and helping me to become worthy of the wonderful young man that I fathered sixteen years ago. I wouldn’t have done it without you.
Best Wishes and a very Happy Birthday to you.
Dennis
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This is just beautiful, it's always beautiful to see someone accepting to question himself and growing from it. And it's such a beautiful testimony of the power of Chris's acting, I don't think the same kurt Hummel/Narth witness would have had such an impact if it wasn't for Chris's talent.

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Post  Delight on 3/9/2012, 8:41 am

That father's testimony really made it clear that although Glee can be a terribly written show at times, it still did some good by influencing people's perspectives and making them confront their own prejudices. Now I can understand what made Chris say that he frankly didn't care if Glee wasn't considered good enough entertainment by certain groups of people, when it had clearly made such positive impact on people's lives and was helping people (Can't find the exact quote this time, so I'm paraphrasing here).

We only got to see only one such testimony this time, but I'm sure Chris had received hundreds of heart-breaking (and heart-warming) accounts of people who had been moved and encouraged by Kurt's story on Glee.

A big part of what had made Kurt special is Chris, whose life outside of Glee is inspirational in and of itself; and his participation in projects like the Trevor Project and the Prop8 play only heightened this.

P.S. what is this 'birthday video' alluded to in that confessional?
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Post  ColferGirl on 3/9/2012, 1:29 pm

arina wrote: Father's wonderful testimony was here

Awwwww, this story made me cry when I read it. crycry It was really touching, I'm so happy for that father and for his son.

Like Kim and Delight mentioned, it just reminds me how much Glee is making a difference with some people, despite its flaws. And Kurt, and ultimately Chris, who gives such life to him and is an inspiration himself, is helping to make that difference as well. It's one of the many reasons why I love them.

I really hope Chris sees that message, so he knows how deeply he's affecting people, for the better. Though he's probably seen countless more, but each one is special and important. These are whole lives he's transforming, changing them into people who are more accepting, more loving, more open-hearted, and that really is a beautiful thing. I hope Chris always knows how much he is loved and appreciated.
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Post  brisallie on 3/9/2012, 4:24 pm

arina wrote:

Chris,
Forgive me for using your birthday video as a confessional. A Facebook friend told me about this project and I wanted to let you know how much your work has meant to me and my family.
As a father, I try to stay aware of what my children are being exposed to. When my kids first started watching Glee, I was dubious to say the least. I was convinced that I would hate the show and even more convinced that I’d hate “the gay kid”.
Because, I will be honest, I was one of those guys. The ignorant, secretly bigoted kind who told myself that I was open-minded, but believed without reservation or consideration that gays were nothing but sexual predators looking to corrupt straight people. I would like to apologize for that.
A few episodes into Glee, my viewpoint began to change. I found myself rooting for the very character I had been so prepared to condemn. The father/son relationship I saw made me consider how I would feel if that was my kid. I kept watching, slowly becoming fascinated (much to my embarrassment at the time) by the progress of Kurt’s romantic journey. I was shocked by how much the innocent hope of his unrequited crush in the first season contrasted with the violent actions of that predatory closet jock in the second. And I was both amused and touched by the slow build-up of strong, honest love between Kurt and his Dalton boy. Those relationships proved to me that Kurt was just a boy, like any other, trying to get through the obstacles of his world and find real happiness. This was no predator. No stereotype of random promiscuity. He wasn’t a sad little doormat for the ignorant straights of the world to push around. Kurt was just a normal, if extraordinary, teenager.
I had to ask myself, who was I to put down a gay version of the kid I had been in high school? A boy who was pushed around for being a short, scrawny math-geek, who suffered God knows how many pointless crushes before meeting the love of my life, a woman I married right out of college and later fathered three beautiful children with?
Glee put my prejudice on shaky ground, and made me reconsider many things. You personally caused that prejudice to undergo an earthquake by being so open about who you are and so friendly and charming and shockingly “real” whenever I happened across you on a talk show or televised event.
The final nail in the coffin came this past weekend when Doug (my oldest son) and I watched the YouTube broadcast of “8” together. I felt like a fool as I watched my old arguments, not against marriage but against gays in general, get held up to the fire and burned away as the transparent tissue paper excuses that they were. Your performance in particular moved me, less for the words you spoke than for the vulnerability evident in your face and voice. For a moment, I wasn’t watching Chris Colfer or the character he played on that witness stand, I was watching my own son.
Which brings me to the important part of this letter. A day after that remarkable play aired, my son came out to me. He had been witnessing my slow transformation and, ironically, waiting for me to grow mature enough to accept the truth. I have, and my son and I both feel remarkably free.
Thank you for teaching this old dog a couple of new tricks and helping me to become worthy of the wonderful young man that I fathered sixteen years ago. I wouldn’t have done it without you.
Best Wishes and a very Happy Birthday to you.
Dennis
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This's heartbreaking and inspiring... :( Have Chris read this letter???

PS: I forgot to comment his Freddy Krueger's picture .... Umm what can I say? Is a mix between cuteness and weirdness Razz I mean I like the t-shirt but still unsure lol
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Post  fantastica on 3/9/2012, 7:54 pm

the gentleman's testimony/letter/note/whatever you call it is part of hte Project 527. 527 stands for May 27 which is Chris' birthday, so the project is about sending Chris well-wishes and other notes for his upcoming 22nd birthday.
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Post  Ireth on 3/10/2012, 1:03 pm

That letter is so heartwarming and tear jerking . I'm so happy for that father and son. I think it's great that Chris and Kurt have such an impact on people's lives, and Chris gets to hear from them about it.


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Post  Guest on 3/10/2012, 7:11 pm

wouldn't it be great if someone sent that dad's letter to Kevin Reilly at Fox??

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Post  fantastica on 3/10/2012, 7:20 pm

I believe network execs only respond to numeral numbers.
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Post  Guest on 3/10/2012, 7:28 pm

fantastica wrote:I believe network execs only respond to numeral numbers.

maybe, but it is very nice feedback for the show. I wonder if anyone sent it to The Trevor Project?

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Post  ColferInspired on 4/12/2012, 10:26 am

This is another little gem from tumblr that I found for project 527, because the part about hearing him sing is true because I have seen it for myself and I wish I had a video camera so I could have put it up on Youtube to shut the ones up about hating Chris's voice and that he ruins songs.

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Post  brisallie on 4/12/2012, 1:21 pm

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LOVELY wub

But still don't get this 527 project, what're they planning to do? Only write messages like this one on tumblr and then send to Chris?

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Post  fantastica on 4/12/2012, 1:28 pm

I think they are making a video or something. I forgot.
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Post  Emile on 4/12/2012, 1:35 pm

^A video? Shocked
I taken for granted that they wanted to collect all of these messages/posts together, and then link the link of the site to Chris.
And let him know the Chrisdom, haha.

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Post  ColferGirl on 4/12/2012, 5:44 pm

ColferInspired wrote:This is another little gem from tumblr that I found for project 527, because the part about hearing him sing is true because I have seen it for myself and I wish I had a video camera so I could have put it up on Youtube to shut the ones up about hating Chris's voice and that he ruins songs.

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Awww, this was beautiful. wub The part about the mall made me smile when I read it. I can't wait for Chris to get this project and see all these lovely messages from his fans, I hope it'll make him smile too.
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Post  fantastica on 4/12/2012, 5:47 pm

^ agree. glad to see that fans are showering him w/ love and support he truly deserve.

and he also deserves the love and affection of that sweet big cat Brian. wanna hug them both!
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Post  Shinra17 on 6/4/2012, 6:26 pm

Since I'm going through these messages rn and there's no navigation button on this blog ( Shocked Shocked ), I'm going to repost some of them, to have them available on the board and make it easier for anyone who wants to read them.

This is not an exhaustive list of the messages.


Chris is an amazing person because he doesn’t hate a certain kind of person or religion.
He loves everyone. He was bullied and he understand what it’s like.
He’s a role model for people like me who were bullied as well.
Even though i got mostly over being bullied when I graduated, I never fully got over it until I heard Chris speaking about it.

-Alyssa

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Post  Shinra17 on 6/4/2012, 6:27 pm


My brother wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Chris Colfer.
He told me a few months ago that he thought about committing suicide— (His classmates are AWFUL and bully him for being gay.
And it’s such a small town that most of the teachers think he deserves it since he ‘chose to be that way’) —but then he heard Chris’ story about being bullied all through high school.
Seeing Chris achieve his dreams and finding friends and a place in this world made my brother realize that he could do that, too.

So really, Chris Colfer saved my family.
There are not enough languages to thank him in.

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Post  Shinra17 on 6/4/2012, 6:28 pm


He gave me the strength to come out.

Through his portrayal of Kurt I have become comfortable with my sexuality.
Chris Colfer has made it easier for me to accept who I am and I really look up to him.
He’s my hero. Happy Birthday Chris! Smile

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Post  Shinra17 on 6/4/2012, 6:29 pm


Hey Chris

I know there is a chance that you will never read this but I really hope you do.
Crap. That means I have to write this really well. Like be grammatically correct. I hate grammar.
Oh well. Your worth it. I just wanted to let you know how much you mean to me.
How much you playing Kurt means to me. I know you don’t think that you are a hero, but you are my hero.
I see how strong and confident you have become. I see how strong and confident Kurt has become.
It gives me strength. It gives me strength everyday.
Whenever I am having a really rough day and I think I can’t go on anymore I just think to myself “Chris made it through. So can you.
Kurt made it through. So can you”.
I have always been a tomboy my entire life and I always felt like the messages that I got from those around me was that that was not okay.
I needed to be different. More feminine.More whatever.Seeing Kurt get those messages and yet refuse to change who he is, gives me strength.
It reminds me that I don’t have to be anyone than what I am.Whenever I am feeling down I just listen to you and Darren sing perfect.
I know it sounds weird,but it feels like you are singing it to me. Telling me it’s okay to be me. It’s okay to be scared. To be unsure.
Kurt and Blaine’s relationship also gives me hope. I Hope that someday I will find someone who will love me for everything that I am.
I just wanted you to know that Kurt is so much more than a TV Character. You are more than just some celebrity. You both give me hope and strength.
Thank you for giving me that.I wrote this poem for you. I really hope you like it. All my love.

Eve

Fear

Fear that’s real

Fear that’s in me

Fear that I will never reach where I want to be

It’s so close right their, I can touch it

I go to clutch it

But my hand closes on thin air nothing is there

and suddenly

everything I had rised above begins to appear

Fear

That I am never enough

constantly vying with myself

constantly trying to be tough

Never let down that wall

never let those tears fall

muffle the screams and yells coming from inside you

the person no one knew

never let anyone hear

Fear

That the darkness will catch up with me

keep running

don’t stop

Never stop

and than I can run no more

the darkness washes over me

for a few moments it is all I can see

I look up into the sky

I do not fear

I do not run

I let myself be hit by rays of the sun

and I realize I am me

I have reached where i wanted to be

I am enough

I am free

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Post  Shinra17 on 6/4/2012, 6:30 pm


Chris Colfer has inspired me in so many ways to do so many things.
He changed my life! Chris, you are my idol and I admire everything you do as an actor, a writer, a musician and just as a general person.
He truly showed me that even small town kids and nerds with big dreams can make it out of hell one day.
Thank you Chris! I love you!

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