Friday, November 30, 2012

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NFL Won't Discipline Tank Carder for Using the Word 'Faggot'

From The Towleroad:
Over the past year we have seen progress in professional sports when it comes to discipline for public displays of homophobia and anti-gay language, ranging from a $100,000 fine for Kobe Bryant, who called a referee a "f**king fag" to a three-game suspension and salary donation to pro-LGBT groups for Toronto Blue Jay Yunel Escobar, who painted an anti-gay slur in his eyeblack during a game.
Tank_carderAtlanta Braves pitching coach Roger McDowell was suspended for two weeks, fined, and ordered to undergo sensitivity training after he was seen heckling fans with homophobic language, and when Seattle Sounder Marc Burch mouthed "faggot" on a broadcast earlier this month, Major League Soccer acted swiftly with the same punishment.
This week, Cleveland Browns linebacker Tank Carder used the word "faggot" in an exchange on Twitter and then spewed a series of ugly follow-up tweets.
Said Carder, complaining about people angry at him for using the slur: "Yea, they all gettin butt hurt." He later added, "I don't agree with being gay or lesbian at all, but saying faggot doesn't make me a homophobe, it's just a word."
The Browns issued a statement: "These comments are certainly not reflective of the Cleveland Browns organization, nor do we condone them in any fashion. We have spoken with Tank and have made this very clear to him."

Apparently, that's enough for everyone, including the NFL.
The organization is taking no action, Outsports reports:
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told Outsports via email:

We were in contact with the club and the club addressed it with the player. Divisive comments of that nature can only be hurtful to many fans and has no place in the NFL. The Browns made clear to the player that it was unacceptable and he issued a public apology.

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NOM's Thomas Peters: Supreme Court Ruling Against DOMA Would Spark Culture War

Thomas Peters, cultural director for the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), claims a Supreme Court ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) would settle nothing and only spark a culture war.
DOMA was approved by Congress in 1996 and signed into law by President Bill Clinton. It forbids federal agencies from recognizing the legal marriages of gay and lesbian couples.
On Friday, the Supreme Court is expected to consider whether it will hear a case challenging the law's constitutionality.
Striking down the law would allow for federal recognition in the 9 states and the District of Columbia where gay nuptials are already legal. Some experts believe other states would be affected as well. The court could also recognize for the purposes of the federal government marriage alternatives such as civil unions and domestic partnerships, currently available in 8 states.
In comments to Al Jazeera, Peters warned that such a move would spark a culture war.
“It would be wrong for the Supreme Court to jump way ahead of public resolution of this issue and create a federal right to same -sex marriage. You know, we saw that as a resolution to the abortion battle back in the 70s and all that did was spark a culture war,” he said.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Larry DePrimo, NYPD Cop, Buys Homeless Man Boots

You have to like what NYPD Officer Larry DePrimo did for a barefoot man in Manhattan one frigid night this month. In fact, more than 260,000 Facebook users have "liked" DePrimo's actions, a number that's growing every day.
After a tourist from Arizona snapped a photo of DePrimo, of Holbrook, giving the man socks and boots to ward off the cold, the image became an instant hit on the NYPD's Facebook page.

As of late Wednesday, the photo had been shared 47,716 times, boosting subscribers to the department's 5-month-old page by 7,000, to 95,000, officials said.
"I had two pairs of wool winter socks and combat boots, and I was cold," DePrimo, 25, said Wednesday, recalling the night of Nov. 14, when he encountered an unidentified, shoeless man on the sidewalk on Seventh Avenue near 44th Street.
DePrimo offered to get him socks and shoes.
"I never had a pair of shoes," the man replied, according to DePrimo, who's assigned to the Sixth Precinct and has been on the force nearly three years.

The officer walked to a Skechers store on 42nd Street and shelled out $75 for insulated winter boots and thermal socks. He returned to the man, knelt down and put the footwear on him.
"He smiled from ear to ear," DePrimo said. "It was like you gave him a million dollars."
The officer asked the man if he wanted a cup of coffee, but he graciously declined and went on his way.
"I didn't think anything of it," DePrimo said of his generosity.
But during dinner that night, he got a text message from a friend. The photo had gone viral.
"I was absolutely shocked," he said.
Work today was a bitch, one of those *if it can go wrong it will* days and I was in one hell of a mood by the time I got home.
JD, who usually knows to steer clear of me when I'm in this mood, decided he would try and put me in a better mood, and steered me toward this story (one he had seen earlier on the local news)
He was right, it changed my mood instantly and yeah, I'm gonna make sure he's a happier boi for it!

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Russia to consider “ban everything gay” law

Russia to Bash Gays, Again

As part of its ongoing descent into dictatorship and underdevelopment, Russia is considering a new federal law that would ban anything and everything gay, according to an email from the Russian LGBT Network in St. Petersburg.
Similar laws have already been passed in nine Russian regions.  St. Petersburg’s version of the law got a man arrested for wearing rainbow suspenders, a sure mark of the gay devil.
No word yet on whether St. Petersburg plans on arresting God for inventing the rainbow, or for continuing to sport it after rainstorms in spite of being asked to stop by President Putin himself. I’m obviously kidding about the God stuff, but the suspenders arrest was real.
More on St. Petersburg’s version from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

 Gavrikov: That’s precisely the problem. For me, the term “propaganda” has exactly the same connotation as the term “anti-Soviet propaganda.” Everything that city authorities think will contradict the general stance of the [ruling United Russia] party — since almost all city officials are members of United Russia — will give them an opportunity to implement this law.This term is being used precisely because it’s vague, in order to bar public activities by certain groups of people. Any public activity that carries the word “gay,” or “lesbians,” or “bisexual” or “transgender” can be interpreted as propaganda — be it an awareness campaign, an opinion poll, or an article posted on our website.
Like I said, it’s a Soviet thing.

Russia Has a Proud History of Gay Bashing

Russia has a long history of gay-bashing… and Jew bashing… and media bashing… and dissident bashing.  On the gay front, they’ve been particularly nasty of late.  A few examples.
In 2007, the Moscow police say by as far-right extremists violently attacked European members of parliament at a gay pride rally. From my reporting at that time:
From Germany’s Deutsche Welle:
Police detained Russian gay community leader Nikolai Alexeyev and several European lawmakers in central Moscow at the start of the demonstration by dozens of homosexual rights activists campaigning for an end to sexual discrimination.
Dozens of Russian right-wing extremists converged on the group, shouting insults like “fags,” “perverts” and “death to homosexuals,” throwing eggs and punching and kicking gay demonstrators in front of riot police who intervened much later.
The police also systematically arrested both the attackers and the assaulted. The gay rights activists were also assaulted by ultra-nationalists and Orthodox Church hardliners….
Also detained were Volker Beck, a member of Germany’s parliament; Marco Cappato, an Italian member of the European Parliament, and veteran British gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell. The politicians have since been released.
Yes, the police sat by while European members of parliament were violently attacked. The police then proceeded to arrest the members of parliament and others who were victims of the violence.
More from AP:
Marco Cappato, a European Parliament deputy from Italy, was kicked by one opponent as he spoke to journalists. Cappato began shouting “Where are the police? Why don’t you protect us?” and officers hauled him away as he struggled….
Thirty-one people were detained and most were later released, Moscow police spokesman Yevgeny Gildeyev said. He said two Italians were detained for jaywalking and a German was taken away by police to prevent him from being beaten….
No gay rights opponents were seen taken away by police, though Gildeyev said a man was detained after attacking a Briton, presumably referring to Tatchell.
Yes, it takes a special kind of dictatorship to arrest the people who are being attacked.
Then in 2009, the Russian government brutally broke up a gay pride parade. More suspenders, one suspect.
In 2011, the Russian government did it again, this time violently assaulting international human rights activists, including the US’ own Dan Choi.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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More Than One-Third Of Tory MPs Oppose David Cameron On Gay Marriage

More than one-third of Tory MPs oppose British Prime Minister David Cameron's plans to legalize gay marriage.
Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democrat leader since 2007, reportedly have struck a deal to fast-track the marriage reform and will bring it before Parliament in the New Year. Previously, the government had said that the measure would be introduced before 2015.
According to the UK's Daily Mail, 118 Conservatives out of 303 have indicated their unease with voting for the reform.
“They are an eclectic bunch – including a former breakfast TV presenter, a former top City investment manager, a Liverpool football fan and a gay friend of Margaret Thatcher,” the paper wrote.
“Not only does David Cameron risk triggering what could easily lead to the biggest schism between a Prime Minister and his own parliamentary party in modern times, but if gay-marriage becomes law, he will have set up the biggest clash between the Church and State since the Reformation in the 16th century.”
The reform, however, remains on track for passage with the support of Labour and the Liberal Democrats.

Man Strips in front of Fundamentalist Preacher!

I'm so hawt for the guy stripping (those glasses really do it for me) I would have fucked him on that lawn right in front of that hate filled bigot.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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