Friday was Day of Silence as most of you all know. Well, anyways I took part in that. I knew what I was getting myself into since I go to a very small school and most people don't support LGBT people. It wasn't even an hour into school that I had a teacher laugh in my face after I wrote to her why I wasn't talking. She is very religious and helps run one of the local youth groups. I know she has the right to her opinion and I have mine, she could at least have the respect to not laugh in my face. Then later that night she asked one of my friends if I was still doing it, and my friend said yes. She then proceeded to turn around and shake her head. She can believe what she wants, it's her right. I respect everyone's opinions and beliefs, no matter what they are, it's everyone's rights to. I was the only one in my school to take part in Day of Silence. I am happy I did. I think I'm going to go up to the school tomorrow and talk to the superintendent about what she did. It wasn't right. I may be younger than you but you still need to respect me and my opinions. Any thoughts on what I should do? Also, to everyone out there; that has been bullied, harrassed or anything else for being who you are and staying strong. I give you major kudos. It isn't easy to stay strong when you are constantly mocked for who you are. Kudos.