Didn't say reading was tricky. It's navigating threw the forum. Just needed some help. But of course people can't help but be rude. I'm no mechanic by any means. Very new to bikes in general owning and riding. I appreciate the help some of you have giving and I am trying everthing most of you have said.
They are not being rude. Maybe you have been told you're special your whole life but your communications skills suck.
Don't get defensive, fix it.
As Chuckster said, every engine needs compression, fuel and spark. You start by checking the simplest and working towards the more complex. It's just the process of elimination till you find the problem.
From what you've posted, I would suggest you check the fuses.
Much past that, I recommend you take the bike to a qualified mechanic. If nothing else, pay him an hour to diagnose the problem.
This forum is littered with posts of people with little mechanical ability trying to save a buck and ending up causing more damage then they started with.
Hopefully, you find a mechanic that will let you watch and explain the workings of the bike.
This is where you decide if you want to spend the summer "learning" about your bike or riding it.