paulflexes saidToo bad I couldn't hear the sound, even with the volume turned all the way up.
Try Sound Forge or something similar to enhance the audio.
I had to turn the volume down!
Here's a few FB comments so far, only one from a gay person, all others are from straight people:
(straight lady) "Very hard to watch. The words escape me when trying to convey how sorry I am that you have had to face this in your life. I pray a day will come when people will truly become far more accepting and open-minded."
(straight lady) "WEll,this sure tugged at my Heart in a few differnt ways.Certainly feel a range of emotions watching this.Thanks Doug..;>"
(gay fellow) "I couldn't watch all of this. I guess in my head times are getting better so I can't help but try to stay positive and a beacon of hope to anyone in the LGBT community who is going through struggles."
"Doug?I can't watch this stuff too much anymore either. Me and a Friend, (both of us over 6' and with our own mean streak, used to protect some of our gay friends.) By that, I mean, really hurting the bad guys. Sometimes it was when the gay bashers already had gays on the ground and were just going AT them, and sometimes we got there on time. Sometimes because we knew then and wanted to have some fun with the scum because they were 'there.' Talk about losing one's soul. But the thing is, I said, we are not always going to be around and if we are... not always on time. He agreed. I added, that is not the way to, and he joined me "Make Change Happen." I hate violence, had a lot done to me, grew MEAN, and seeing scum picking on peaceful people was too much, but it was/is against my principles. Things did change. So did I. And you are right, things were BAD, REALLY BAD not so long ago. I am still wondering and still worried about women and people of other colours. On the other hand, I am worried about ME. This is no way to get along. I have not seen it ALL, gay/woman/race bashing, but I have seen too much. 1 case is too much."