• Never be afraid to be your true self.
• You have to say what you want.
• Things are not always exactly as they seem.
• Fashion knows no gender.
• Love is love no matter where it comes from or who it is.
• Even though something seems impossible, it can be achieved.
• It is possible to stand against bullying and come out the stronger for it.
Rachel: "Look guys, these steps are not hard! I’ve been doing them since preschool!"
Kurt: "I’m sorry, did I miss the election for queen. Cause I didn’t vote for you."
Finn: "Look, I owe you guys an apology. I never should have quit. I don't want to be the guy that just drives around throwing eggs at people!"
Rachel: "That was you?"
Kurt: "You and your friends threw pee balloons at me."
Glee‘s Chris Colfer Reveals Real-Life Story Behind Kurt’s Diva Moment
Facebook Tweet Chris Colfer, who plays the sharp-tongued and high-pitched Kurt on Glee, may not have had to do much research to identify with his character's story this week.
"When I was in high school, every year we would have a talent show,” explains Colfer. "Every year I would beg the teachers to let me sing "Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked. And every year they turned me down because I’m a boy and it was 'a girl’s song.'" Sound familiar? If you watched...
This is the website for the stories of Kurt's life between the scenes on the third season of Glee. Check it out and tell others about it if you like them. They are written by a psychologist in Chicago, Jerome Wilczynski.