Day Of Silence 2010


Day Of Silence 2010 – The Day of Silence for 2010 is a tough day for some students in America. Just like the Days of Silence that have been held in the past for the last 15 years, this day of silence has been no different. There really is not any silence on a day like this though. The day is designed to help spread the word to schools that are throughout the world. Gay, lesbian and bisexual students aren’t speaking out about their problems, they have chosen not to say anything on this day. In their effort to raise awareness it should be able to send a clear message to their fellow students and will state that they are not going to stand for the kind of bullying that they have been going through for their sexual standings. The day has been going on for 15 years so as you can see, there is still quite a long ways to go and much more to be accomplished for the gays, lesbians, and bisexual students throughout the nation.

Students have been bullied for being gay and lesbian since as early as elementary school. It begins at such a young age and the bullying has a lasting affect on the students. The violence, the hateful remarks, all of it is detrimental to a students quality of life. The Day of Silence has been a strong way for gays and lesbians to fight for the cause for same time now. The students just want to be able to be proud of their sexual orientation and not be put down for how they choose to conduct themselves. There is nothing wrong with the way they are and people just need to understand and realize what they are going through. Sexual orientation and gender problems have been recognized as one