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Ed, now a photographer in Canada, also congratulated his former school pal, adding: 'Why should he have to hide or anything like that. Basically he's been a good citizen, he's well known and successful, why should he not have a normal life finally.' 'I don't care what his sexuality is,' Wendy Ritson wrote on Manilow's Facebook page.
So the question is what to do about this glaring injustice.“He thinks there are changes we can make within the system,” she said, agreeing that there are good people working on the issues and that improvements can be made.“But I think there has to be a revolution of some kind.” However change is to come, a big impediment will be the massive prison-industrial system.I know people have got married knowing they were gay but then wanted to fit in with the rest of the gang and got married and that didn't work out, I don't know if that's the case with Barry, I have no idea. Everything had a stigma, racial stuff, all kinds of crazy things, so that was a big one (being gay).'The school was a little bit ghettoized, there were cliques, people stuck together, perhaps there wasn't much interaction between the abusive people and nice people.