During their weekend of holiday shows, the Los Angeles Gay Men's Chorus (who put on fantastic shows, if you ever get the chance to see them) took the sleigh bells down for a minute and got serious while addressing gay teen suicides and bullying.
Chorus members placed a single red rose on a lone white stool in honor of men and women who were tormented for being gay and later killed themselves. The L.A. Times even picked up the story of the chorus' memorial, talking to local residents in Glendale, where the concerts were held.
"It shows a sense of support," resident Vaheh Gabri told the Times. "It shows a sense of pride and acknowledgement. It's really a big necessity, especially in Glendale."
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