The MO.CO.VA. (II Vatican Council Movement) shares in the «silence day» on the 25th April called by the homosexual community in memory of the Californian Larry King. He was 15, gay and feminine. And mainly he loved.
He loved wearing his 9-centimetre-high-heeled fuchsia boots. He loved wearing earrings, lipstick and mascara, he loved his varnished nails.
One of his classmates shot at so much life.
Larry King had a beautiful voice, he would have sung the national anthem at the baseball season opening.
The MO.CO.VA. proposes, in the touching memory of Larry, deleting the offensive epithet “womanish” from the dictionary and the language, replacing it with “feminine”.
Larry, your nightingale voice will resound in The Lamb throne room forever.
Web diffusion in all Italian parishes
- “PrimaTivvù” 22 april 2008 ( 2,00pm; 6,00pm; 8,30pm and 11,00pm)
- “Irpinia TV” 24 april 2008 (2,00pm and 6,00pm)
- the monthly magazine “Il Borgo” – May 2008
- the weekly magazine“L’Eco del sud-est” 25 April 2008
- www.mocova.org (English version)
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