Former boy bander and forever homosexual Lance Bass came out against homophobia for this year’s Day of Silence, which commemorates those lost to anti-gay violence.
This year’s Day – which will be held on April 25th – honors 15-year old Lawrence King, who died after being shot by an allegedly anti-gay school mate.
Bass was apparently quite touched by King, saying “I heard about Lawrence on the news, and it was just incredible to me that kids that age that would have such an issue … with the subject of being gay.”
In the PSA above, Bass insists that gays are “brothers and sisters” and that we must all work to educate the rest of the world. Well said, Bass.