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Melanie C Says: "It Gets Better!"

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Check out this inspiring message for gay youth from Sporty Spice (above)!

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5 comments to “Melanie C Says: "It Gets Better!"”

  1. 1

    If it gets better why do you still live with your momma and dog and don't have a chance of ever having a mate, jackass.

  2. 2

    she's a straight female - wtf does she know about "gay bullying"?????? here's a solution - try being straight……..

  3. 3

    Ummmm actually Melanie would know. She was bullied with gay rumors for nearly a decade. She was also clinically depressed in the later years of the Spice Girls and put on some weight…and had to deal with fat insults for years as well. She's been bullied by the media, fans, etc…and overcame it all. Maybe you should do a quick Google search on someone before you go spouting your mouth off.

  4. 4

    Re: gohome – never a truer word, Melanie has had it rough over the years with gay rumours, also most of her fans are gay, it's a life she is very much a part of.

    Not only that but what she says is so true, it DOES get better, and there are people there, and sometimes just saying the words "I'm gay" takes a whole lot of pressure off, it seems like it's the worst thing in the world, until people start to say things like "and what?" "doesn't matter to me" "I still love you"

    so yeah she may be a straight female but she knows what she's talking about.

    as for the solution of try being straight, do you think you're any more helpful than Melanie C? you slag her off then say that. If it was that easy none of us would be gay, it isn't a choice.

    It's people and comments like that who create the bullying in the first place, it's 2010, it's time to realise we're all different, and being gay doesn't make you that different.

  5. 5

    Good choice of words, prop up. Totally agree. :) and love Mel's message.