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World Sees Hearts
Boy Sees Hearts
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50% OF PROCEEDS FROM THIS PRODUCT BENEFITS THE IT GETS BETTER PROJECT
Boy sees hearts. Boy captures hearts. Boy sells prints. Boy meets world. World sees hearts.
If an oil spill can change the world, so can a puddle of melted ice cream. Boy Sees Hearts is proud to present World Sees Hearts, a project to promote the appreciation of beauty in the world in unexpected or ignored places. Join Boys Sees Hearts and take a stand against bullies by supporting the It Gets Better Project. 50% of proceeds (after production costs) from all World Sees Hearts products will be donated to the It Gets Better Project.
A piece of chewing gum, light projected on the street, a dried worm and spray paint on a sidewalk are examples of hearts showcased in this image. All of these images were captured with an iPhone 3G. The images were not altered or enhanced in any way.
It does get better, because love can be found anywhere.
Upload your found hearts on the World Sees Hearts community page on facebook.
About the It Gets Better Project:
Many LGBT youth can't picture what their lives might be like as openly gay adults. They can't imagine a future for themselves. So let's show them what our lives are like, let's show them what the future may hold in store for them.
Justin Aeberg. Billy Lucas. Cody Barker. Asher Brown. Seth Walsh. Raymond Chase. Tyler Clementi. All the names of American teenagers who in recent months have taken their own lives after being bullied in school.
For too long, LGBT youth have been forced to struggle through their formative years suffering from bullies in their schools, churches and homes � and with no support system to provide them any help.
Noted writer and media pundit Dan Savage founded the It Gets Better Project in September 2010 as a unique way for supporters everywhere to tell LGBT Youth that � it gets better.
Closed-minded school administrators and parents may not let LGBT adults talk directly to their children about their futures, but we don�t have to get permission to tell kids that life gets better. That�s why we�re compiling a video archive to share the stories of people overcoming bullying and finding happiness.
ItGetsBetterProject.com is a place where young people who are gay, lesbian, bi, or trans can see with their own eyes how love and happiness can be a reality in their future. It�s a place where LGBT adults can share the stories of their lives, and straight allies can add their names in solidarity and help spread our message of hope.
November 13th, 2010
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