Thursday, October 27, 2016

Daily Porn... Eat More Muscle Pussy


Must Be Muscle Pussy Thursday

Racism is Alive and Well in the Gay Community and By The Way...

I agree with almost everything in this video with the exception of the supposition that trans people led the Stonewall riots,
There were indeed a couple of trans people there, but they didn't start the riot, nor were they instrumental in the movement.
This absolute bullshit of elevating certain trans individuals as the true warriors of the Stonewall riots is exactly that...BULLSHIT!
Look at any picture taken during the riots and what do you see?

German Minister Trying To Break The Chains Of Gay Oppression

A German minister has defied coalition rules and turned same-sex marriage into a key issue for the 2017 general election.
Heiko Maas, Germany’s Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection, has voiced his support for same-sex marriage in an open letter.
It was published in honor of the fifth anniversary of the Bundesstiftung Magnus Hirschfeld, a foundation dedicated to researching the lives of LGBT people and educating society to end discrimination against the community.
‘We need to defend Magnus Hirschfeld’s legacy with all our might,’ he wrote.
‘Especially now, as right-wing populists once again wake resentments, make homophobia socially acceptable and want to revive the 1950s’ outdated models of family and society.’
Maas recently introduced a draft law which would pardon gay men prosecuted under anti-gay laws. It faced opposition, with critics saying the law wouldn’t go far enough in terms of rehabilitation.
Today, the minister representing the Social Democrats, said the LGBT community could count on his support and pointed out Germany’s strength ‘is based on freedom and diversity’.
‘Germany is a strong country, because everyone here can live after their own model of life,’ he said.
‘To promote this diversity, and to protect it against discrimination, that’s what the Bundesstiftung Magnus Hirschfeld very successfully works for,’ Maas said.
‘In the future, it can continue to trust in my support, for example when it comes to supporting marriage for everyone.’
Currently, same-sex couples can enter civil partnerships but are limited when it comes to adopting children.
Full marriage equality would also automatically grant them full adoption rights.
For his statement, Maas, who represents the Social Democrats in the German Bundestag, is likely to face opposition from the conservative Christian Democrats, who are part of the coalition government.
Today, they rejected the notion, saying same-sex couples in civil partnerships are already able to adopt – but it is limited to their step children.
But not all Christian Democrats oppose marriage equality.
‘With regards to equality, I consider opening marriage to same-sex couples to be urgently needed,’ said Stefan Kaufmann, who represents the Christian Democrats in the Bundestag’s education committee.
‘When two registered partners legally have nearly all the rights and responsibilities spouses have, and so take long-term responsibility for each other, they should not be denied marriage.’

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Eat More Ass Tuesday

A Double Dose Of Samantha Bee

Double Proposal By Same Sex Couple On Emmerdale

Aaron Dingle and Robert Sugden – known to fans as Robron – have become engaged after surviving a scary car crash on Emmerdale.
It turns out Robert (Ryan Hawley) was uninjured in the crash but Aaron (Danny Miller) landed in the hospital with his injuries and nearly dies.
It was last week that Robert told Aaron that he is not gay but bisexual and assured his love that that did not mean he was going to cheat on him.

When Aaron wakes up in the hospital, Robert is right there and again seeks to reassure a skeptical Aaron that after all their break-ups and the twists and turns, he knows who he wants.
‘You think I’ll want other people? I promise you I won’t,’ he tells Aaron. ‘You’re enough. I’m sure. And I love you. So what are we waiting for?’
Aaron, still not convinced, says: ‘I’m not exactly easy to love. How do we not mess this up?’
But he takes a leap of faith and proposes to Robert who jokes that he needs time to think about it before saying ‘Of course I will’ and sealing it with a kiss.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

It's Sunday... Time To Worship

Log Cabin Republicans refuse to endorse Donald Trump but are still willing to work with him.

Presidential nominee Donald Trump does not have the support of the Log Cabin Republicans. The LGBT political group made its announcement today (22 October).
‘Mr. Trump is perhaps the most pro-LGBT presidential nominee in the history of the Republican Party,’ the organization said in a statement. ‘His unprecedented overtures to the “LGBTQ community”—a first for any major-party candidate in our nation’s history—are worthy of praise, and should serve as a clarion call to the GOP that the days of needing to toe an anti-LGBT line are now a thing of the past.’
However, LCR is concerned about the people the GOP leader has at his side.
‘As Mr. Trump spoke positively about the LGBT community in the United States, he concurrently surrounded himself with senior advisers with a record of opposing LGBT equality, and committed himself to supporting legislation such as the so-called “First Amendment Defense Act” that Log Cabin Republicans opposes.’
While not mentioned in the statement, Trump’s running mate Mike Pence has a history of standing for anti-gay equality measures. Last year, the Indiana governor signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law. It allows businesses, and individuals, in the state to deny services to LGBT people.
In 2000, when running for a seat in the House of Representatives, Pence argued funds from the Ryan White HIV and AIDS Program should be redirected to ‘gay cure’ organizations.
Last month the businessman/reality star named Rick Santorum as an adviser. The former Pennsylvania senator’s entire political career is based on an anti-LGBT agenda. In 2003, he argued consensual sex that was not heterosexual could lead to a legal ruling allowing ‘man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be.’
He’s railed against Obergefell v. Hodges, the 2015 US Supreme Court decision that made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states.
The First Amendment Defense Act (FADA)  is intended to prevent federal government action against individuals and businesses that oppose same-sex marriage on religious grounds. The bill would also allow businesses to withhold benefits from LGBT employees; allow companies to deny time off to an employee to care for a same-sex spouse; and permit housing discrimination against same-sex couples.
If Trump wins the White House, LCR promises ‘to work with his administration to ensure the advances in LGBT freedom we have fought for and secured will continue. Until and unless that happens, our trust would be misplaced.’
From now until Election Day, 8 November, the group promises to help the party hold majorities in the House of Representatives and Senate.

Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Third Debate

Wednesday, October 19, 2016