Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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Bois Night Out Pt.22

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Matt Barber Honored To Be 'Hater' Called By God To Tell Gays HIV Is Punishment For Sin

Christian conservative Matt Barber said in a column over the weekend that he's honored to be a “hater” called by God to tell gays HIV is punishment for the sin of homosexuality.
Barber, an outspoken opponent of gay rights, dismissed criticism of his anti-gay rhetoric by saying that he was doing God's work on Earth.

“The wages of sin is death,” Barber wrote. “Yet in today's upside-down world it is we who are disingenuously accused of 'hate' – those of us who remain compassionate and bold enough to warn our fellow human beings of the spiritual, emotional and, yes, even the physical death that comes as a natural consequence of unnatural behaviors.”
“Homosexual conduct is always sin. It always has been. It always will be. It is never good, healthy, normal or natural.”
“I'm honored to say that I'm one of those 'haters' called by God to sound the alarm,” he added.

Yup Matt, it's safe too say, everyone's gonna die someday, including your very own self righteous self.
Can't happen to soon if you ask me.  Keep shoving that Chick fil a crap down your facial anus.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Daily Porn...Blond Marine Has Fun With A Buddy

Bois Night Out Pt.21

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'How To Get Away With Murder' Creator Peter Nowalk Promises Lots Of Gay Sex

Peter Nowalk, the creator of How To Get Away With Murder, has promised lots of gay sex on the ABC drama which premiered Thursday.
Murder is executive produced by Shonda Rhimes (Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Scandal) and stars Viola Davis as Annalise Keating, a powerful attorney and college professor in Philadelphia.

In the show's pilot, law student Connor Walsh, played by Jack Falahee, is seen picking up, then bedding a young male informant for a murder case.
Nowalk told EOnline that Murder won't shy away from showing gay sex because “it's part of life.”
“I knew I wanted to push the envelope, especially with the gay sex,” Nowalk said. “And to me, writing the gay characterization and writing some real gay sex into a network show is to right the wrong of all of the straight sex that you see on TV. Because I didn't see that growing up, and I feel like the more people get used to two men kissing, the less weird it will be for people. I just feel like it's a lack of vision that you don't see it on TV, but ABC has never had a note about any of the weird stuff in the show, so I'm gonna keep it going.”
“Connor's definitely going to have a romance the first season, starting with the second episode,” he added. “It was important to me to show a gay person as a full-fledged character.”

Three arrested in New York City for an anti-gay attack

The New York City Police Department has arrested two men, and a teenager, for attacking two gay men on Saturday (27 September).
A 22-year-old gay man was walking with friend in the Brooklyn neighborhood Bushwick. Brooklyn is one of the five boroughs that comprises New York City.
According to the Daily News, the unnamed victim was wearing a dress. Three suspects, Cody Sigue, 22, Matthew Smith, 21, and Tavon Johnson, 17, came across the pair and began shouting anti-gay epithets. The victims attempted to get away, but the trio chased them. The culprits shot after the two men, striking the 22-year-old in the back.
After a brief foot chase, the culprits were apprehend by law enforcement. The victim was transported to hospital, treated for his injures, and released. Johnson and Sigue face menacing and third-degree hate crime charges; Smith is charged with assault in the first degree.
'It's messed up,' Daquan Ruddock, a 24-year-old a gay man who lives near the crime scene, said to the Daily News. 'That shows how gay people can't walk around in the street without someone saying something or doing something towards them. It's sad.'
Recent figures from the city police department show anti-LGBTI violence doubled from 2012 to 2013. Sharon Stapel, the executive director of the New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP), suggested in 2013 editorial that heightened sensitivity to violence might be attached to the jump in hate crimes. 'What we are seeing at AVP is an overall greater visibility for the violence that LGBT people in New York City, and across the country, experience every day. We are also seeing increasing reporting of violence, in no small part due to this increased visibility,' Stapel wrote.

Sunday, September 28, 2014

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Naval Maneuvers

Anyone who knows me, also knows of my fondness for Brit bois (the nastier the better) 
In all the years I've been doing artwork, I can't recall ever doing a Brit military themed pic, so I decided to correct that oversight.

It's Sunday...Time To Worship

Pete Davidson, explains that young people do all kinds of weird things, like playing "How much money would you go down on a guy for?"

Pride In Belgrade

For the first time in four years, there was a gay pride parade in Belgrade.
The march for equality took place today, 28 September, after getting approval yesterday from Serbia Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic.
According to Radio Free Europe, it's estimated 1,000 to 1,500 people took part. The march started near the main government building in Nemanjina Street, 'passed along Kneza Milosa Avenue and by parliament before ending in front of Belgrade City Hall.'
The route was protected by anti-riot police, special police units, armored vehicles, and water cannons. Radio Free Europe reports 50 anti-gay demonstrators were detained.
Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic warned yesterday that 'whoever tries to provoke incidents will be very, very severely punished.' Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali and Michael Davenport, the head of the European Union's delegation to Serbia, were among the politicians and dignitaries in attendance.
Actress Mirjana Karanovic, director Srdjan Dragojevic, and Serbian Minister of Culture Ivan Tasovac also took part, 'Belgrade is an open city, which means it is open to all and that everyone here is equal,' Mali said, as reported by Radio Free Europe.
The country, which is pursuing EU membership, has reportedly come under pressure from the Union, which says the event is a test of Serbia's commitment to the fundamental freedoms promoted by the bloc. Homophobia is widespread in Serbia, often supported by right-wing parties and church leaders.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Gay Couple Refused Communion Speak Out

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Catholic Bishop: Allowing Gay Couples To Marry Would Lead To Incestuous Marriages

Bishop Anthony Taylor of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Little Rock argues in a brief in support of Arkansas' gay marriage ban that allowing such unions would lead to incestuous marriages.
On May 9, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza struck down the state's 10-year-old voter-approved constitutional amendment and a 1997 law prohibiting gay couples from marriage. Roughly 500 gay and lesbian couples, most of them in Pulaski County, exchanged vows during the 6 days that transpired before the state's highest court put the ruling on hold pending an appeal by the state.

In a friend of the court brief submitted Thursday, Taylor argues that allowing gay couples to marry would undermine an institution that is the bedrock of society and lead to unions of “couples such as mother and daughter, sister and sister, or brother and brother.”
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest LGBT rights advocate, denounced the church's brief.
“In a state with a history of oppression, we would hope that religious leaders above all would understand that defending freedoms under the Constitution protects people in the margins – those who have rarely been protected by popular vote,” Lisbeth Melendez Rivera, director of Latino/a and Catholic Initiatives at the HRC Foundation, said in a statement.
“Bishop Taylor’s language is not only un-Christian, but so utterly offensive that it only serves to undermine his integrity and the already-untenable notions contained in his anti-marriage equality brief,” Rivera added.
My response to the Bishop would be this:
Yes gay marriage would undermine the institution and lead to same sex incestial marriages in the exact same way heterosexual marriages have led to opposite sex incestial marriages.
Just another homophobe inciting his weak minded base with lies and falsehoods.
In other words...same ol' thing they've done for two thousand years.

Friday, September 26, 2014