Sunday, May 29, 2016

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Hundreds Of Thousands Attend Sao Paulo Gay Pride





As You Sow, So Shall You Reap

In a self-filmed YouTube video, Brother Dean Saxton began hurling condemnation at students at Apollo High School in Glendale, Arizona.
‘Attention Apollo high school, I am out here as a Christian to represent Jesus Christ to you guys today. I realize that there are a lot of students here who are confused,’ he shouted.
‘You need to get out of the gang of homosexuality,’ he continued.
Over a heated few minutes, the students listening to the preacher’s hate were getting increasingly angered.
‘Do you know how ignorant you sound?’ asked one student
Many students and teachers approached Saxton to ask him to move on.
‘They get everything they need from their parents and teachers, they don’t need you,’ said one teacher.
It all came to a standstill when a student at the school, Tabitha Brubaker took matters into her own hands and hit Saxton over the head with a baseball bat.
Brubaker was arrested and charged with felony assault and marijuana possession after the attack.
The notoriously anti-gay preacher has a history of confrontational messages, once brandishing a sign with the words ‘You deserve rape’.
Watch the full video below (the baseball incident happens around the 17 minute mark)
Lets put this in a slightly different perspective, he was an adult, she was a juvenile/child.
What he was doing could be easily argued as both a verbal and visual assault perpetuated against minors.
He was repeatedly asked to stop by other adults and refused to listen to reason.
The real crime here, was that he wasn't arrested for his assault on minors by police, but allowed to do so because he was invoking his religious freedom.
What about the children's rights to attend school without being accosted? The police failed in their duties to these children and even to this mentally ill man.
The US does have laws prohibiting incitement, and they clearly were disregarded in favor of this mans supposed right to mentally and spiritually rape children.

Here's the same asshat being called out and put in his place for being a self centered attention seeking whore that he is.
Please note how silent he gets when confronted with the truth.

Thursday, May 26, 2016




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True confession time, I'm not much of a TV person, most commercial American TV shows leave me feeling completely indifferent.
I do however, have my guilt free watching pleasures that I have to watch each week, and they are:
Game of Thrones 
Once Upon A Time
How To Get Away With Murder
Doctor Who and my one daily obsession, the British soap Emmerdale.
I got hooked, years ago, when an Irish friend of mine started talking about the show and it's young male lead Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) who was struggling with coming out gay (on the show that is)
It took all of one episode to suck me right in and I've been hooked ever since.
This is a scene where his mom tries to cheer him up after a particularly depressing morning and exemplifies what I love about the show so much, it's wonderful cast of  (often quirky) characters.


Wednesday, May 25, 2016




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Finally, A Church I Would Attend



Vermont Bans Conversion Therapy For Minors

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin today signed a bill into law which protects LGBT youth from the dangers of conversion therapy.
Vermont follows California, New Jersey, Oregon, Illinois, New York, Washington D.C., and Cincinnati in banning the controversial practice for minors.
‘It’s absurd to think that being gay or transgender is something to be cured of,’ Shumlin said in a statement.
‘Our country has come a long way in a short period of time in recognizing the civil rights of members of the LGBT community, and I am so proud that Vermont has taken a leadership role at every step of the way.’
The governor added: ‘At a time when the rights of LGBT individuals are under attack in other parts of the country, Vermont will continue to stand up to hatred and bigotry and show the rest of the country what tolerance, understanding, and common humanity look like.’
Senate Bill 132 protects LGBT youth from mental health providers attempting to change their sexual orientation or gender identity through practices that are linked to substance abuse, extreme depression, and suicide.
It was approved by the Senate and the House of Representatives in April and will go into effect on 1 July.
Human Rights Campaign (HRC) President Chad Griffin praised the state and its governor for taking action.
‘No young person should be subjected to this extremely harmful and discredited practice, which medical professionals agree not only doesn’t work, but can also have life-threatening consequences,’ he said.
‘It is nothing short of child abuse.’

Tuesday, May 24, 2016