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Sarcasm and wit are two of my most favorite qualities in an individual, other than homosexuality, of course. After reading this article written by Mr. Scudera, I was thrilled that someone wrote out such an amazing example of the gay lifestyle. Truth be told, I was expecting him to talk about the ridiculous amounts of drugs and sex he’d engaged in, but he decided to go another route. I believe every homophobic Republican needs to sit down, read this letter, and realize how pathetic their excuses for hate have become.
I live the gay lifestyle, the gay lifestyle that is often mentioned by some Republican candidates for president. For those who are unfamiliar with the lifestyle, this is a typical day:
7:00 a.m. I wake up, and just as I have done every morning since puberty, I choose to be gay today. This will come as a great relief to my gay, homosexual, male lover who lies beside me. Because being gay is a choice, our relationship is a gamble day to day. Even though we have both chosen to remain gay and to be together every day for the past 16 years, we never take anything for granted. One of us just might throw in the towel one day and give up the lifestyle.
7:30 a.m. I take a gay shower and let the gay water rinse off my gay body.
8:00 a.m. I have a gay breakfast of cereal with milk, and a good, strong, gay cup of coffee. I am fortified for another day of ruining the fabric of American society.
9:00 a.m. I start my morning shift as a gay hospital volunteer. The hospital is not gay, just me. The patients are mostly normal people. But it is OK. The hospital has a rule that all volunteers must sanitize their hands before meeting with patients. This is to avoid spreading germs, but I think that hand sanitizer is also effective in stopping the transfer of my gayness to other people.
12:00 p.m. I return home, eat a gay lunch and take my gay dogs for a walk. Well, I am not sure if the dogs are actually gay. I have heard it said that homosexuality does not exist in the animal kingdom because it is not natural, so chances are that the dogs are not gay. But because they live with me and my gay, homosexual, male lover, they are perceived by others to be gay. I would feel bad about this, but the fact is that I need these dogs. They are the closest that I will ever come to having actual children, because, as everyone knows, gays should not (and cannot) have children. I push this out of my mind as I walk the dogs gaily through the neighborhood.
1:00 p.m. I teach classes at a small, prestigious, liberal arts college. I am a gay college professor. The college is not gay, just me. But some may view the college as way too liberal, because “sexual orientation” is listed within the college’s anti-discrimination policy. This basically means that the college turns a blind eye as I infect the impressionable students with my gayness on a daily basis. I do not teach anything particularly gay in my classes. I am a theater professor, which, for all intents and purposes, is gay to most people, anyway.
6:00 p.m. My gay, homosexual, male lover returns home from his job. Luckily, he has chosen to be gay today, too, so we can sit down and have a nice, relaxing gay dinner together. We are aware that our relationship is ripping at the seams of our heterosexual neighbors’ marriages, but we choose to ignore this. If we were normal people, the guilt might weigh on us heavily, but we are gay, after all, so we do not have consciences. We eat in peace.
8:00 p.m. We go gay bowling at our Suburban Gay Bowling League. There are quite a lot of us homosexuals who gather each week to bowl at our local bowling alley. This makes the normal suburban bowlers uncomfortable, but we do not care. Some of them are openly hostile to us. The more polite ones just stare at us. It makes us feel like we are caged, exotic animals in a zoo. But we count ourselves lucky because the alley owners have sold out. They allow us to bowl here because they are desirous of our ample, disposable gay income. Ah, the almighty dollar! The owners show mercy on the normal suburbanites, though, by putting a buffer zone of two vacant lanes between our gay league and them. We are respectful of this line, which we call the “edge of gayness,” and do not cross it. We try to tone down our gaiety and frivolity by focusing intently on our bowling. The normal suburbanites never venture past their side of the line, either, because it would be unimaginable to them to interact with us.
11:00 p.m. My gay, homosexual, male lover and I collapse from the weariness of the gay lifestyle we have been living today. All of this subversive loving, volunteering, working, eating, playing and socializing is exhausting. Some say the gay lifestyle is self-enslavement, but we just cannot think about that now. Before we fall asleep, we each take out our personal, leather-bound copies of The Gay Agenda. The Gay Agenda is our Bible. We do not look at the real Bible because we are gay and therefore have no religion or morality. We read and strategize how we can best destroy American society tomorrow. Sharing a good, hardy, gay laugh, we each fall into a sound, gay sleep.
By: Domenick Scudera
- J. Crew’s Jenna Lyons Rebounds From Divorce With Hip New Girlfriend [Rag Trade] (jezebel.com)
- Domenick Scudera: Gay Agenda Planning (huffingtonpost.com)
- Catholics and Gay Marriage: Hostile Rant Meets Strong Response. (queeringthechurch.com)
- Michele And Marcus Bachamann Say Being Gay Is “Personal Bondage…Despair…Enslavement” (alan.com)
- Michael Giltz: Theater: Beckett Funnier Than A Comedy About Gay Marriage? Yep! (huffingtonpost.com)
Guess where this lovely incident occurred in which parents taught their children that hate was okay and being gay was so wrong that they shouldn’t even be allowed to retain their employment? If you said Texas, which I’m assuming most of you did, you would be right!
Nikki Williams, 26, was not only a history teacher, but also devoted a lot of her time to be one of the high school’s basketball coaches. A threat to the children or a willing adult, devoting her time to trying to be involved and make a difference in these children’s lives? I may be biased due to the fact that I am most definitely a lesbian, but I’d say she was a typical 26-year-old female who had a passion for teaching. What a filthy dyke! Getting out there and educating those children! How could she?!
After a group of parents decided to protest a “gay” teaching their children and being employed by the school, she happened to be fired for “performance issues”. There are some parents at the Life School in Waxahachie, Texas, who are convinced the real reason for her being let go was because of her sexuality.
What’s more ridiculous about this story, is who was chosen to replace this evil dyke.
Nikki Williams, 26, was replaced by a football coach who resigned in September after a grievance was filed against him.
Grievances with other people who incite you to resign from your position, acceptable. Being a lesbian that shouldn’t affect or even be a subject matter of interest, unacceptable. I’m beginning to understand why people assume Texas is such a conservative place that is stuck a century behind the majority of us.
Dozens of parents are now circulating a petition asking to bring Williams back to school. She was fired October 18.
“I think that her being gay has nothing to do with her coaching skills,” parent Tiniqua Smith told KDAF. “She has not tried to push this off on the kids, and I don’t feel like that should be a problem.”
Wake the fuck up Texas parents who were fighting against this teacher/coach! She was damn good at her job according to many people and her sexuality shouldn’t be an issue. Are you telling me you’d rather have your kids be taught and coached by Jerry Sandusky (before being aware of the allegations) than Ms. Williams? If sexuality is your concern, then yes, your answer would be yes. Sadly, you’ve just taken your kid away from someone who has never been accused of committing such heinous crimes and placed them into the arms of a man who has gotten away with many molestations (if the allegations are determined truthful). You’d rather them not be influenced into becoming gay than having their childhood’s taken away and a life of insecurity thrown on their backs? If so, you are the ones we should be protesting as parents. You should most certainly NOT be educating our youth.
Protect your children. Love your children. Let your children be who THEY want to be; If you don’t allow this for your children, then you’re holding them back and risking that they may have problems in the future because of what you didn’t approve of at the time. Stop being selfish.
- Lesbian force to leave school (therainbowpost.com)
- Program encourages gay, lesbian couples to adopt children (abclocal.go.com)
- Olney apologizes for including gay parenting in Penn State show (laobserved.com)
- Lesbian Named HS Homecoming King (abcnews.go.com)
- Texas Judge Rules Gay Father Cannot Leave Children With His Husband (jonathanturley.org)
- Jane Lynch Presents, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka Accept LA Gay and Lesbian Center Award-Video (pinkbananaworld.com)
- Christian Talker: Lesbian Nurses Can Make Kids Gay (alan.com)
- Can We Stop the Gay Bullying Epidemic? (education.com)
Burke Burnett, 26, and three of his gay friends decided to attend a party on Saturday night in Reno, Texas, and had no idea that it would turn into a nightmare. Instead of being welcomed like the rest of the guests, they were greeted with comments, such as, “These faggots don’t deserve to be here. Somebody needs to get them out of there.”
I’m sorry but what was so great about the men who were making these accusations of being deserving or not? And what did they have to offer that they deserved to be there? Oh that’s right, because they like vagina. Wouldn’t you think that the more men there that aren’t after the same thing as you would be a good thing? No, you’re too simple-minded, ignorant, and bigoted to recognize the obvious and get past your unjustified hatred of a community you know nothing about.
All the men had left the party, but Burnett didn’t hear the remarks previously said about him and his friends and decided to return. This was an awful mistake. Sadly, homosexuals have to worry about things like going to a party, which is absolutely fucking ridiculous.
It was then that one attacker punched Burnett in his left eye and another stabbed him hard in the back with a broken beer bottle.
As his assailants yelled “pussy-ass faggot,” “gay bitch,” “cocksucking punk,” and other insults, Burnett was stabbed a second time, deep in his right forearm, and thrown onto a lit barrel.
One of Burnett’s female friends was able to distract the four shit heads while he ran to the parking lot to flee the assault. A friend was kind enough to take the poor beaten down gay man to the hospital where he received 30 stitches and treatment for 3rd degree burns.
Burnett says he knows his attackers, one of them personally, and he’s certain they had intended to kill him. “I’m scared for my life. I’m scared to go home,” he told theDallas Voice. “These guys have nothing to lose.”
Reno is a small, conservative suburb of Paris, TX, with a population of only 3,086 people. Burnett’s gay friends worry that local authorities may ignore or downgrade the attack, despite Texas’ tough new hate-crime law. And, so far, the mainstream press has yet to pick up the story.
“I intend to make sure the Police Department follows through with this, and that the local press covers it,” Burnett’s friend Chivas Clem told the Voice. “When I saw him, I vomited because he looked so bad — and I cried.”
We’re counting on the authorities to pursue this case to its fullest extent and the community to stand up against such horrific attacks. We’re waiting.
This is truly pathetic. Not only did the poor guy have to get beaten, nearly to death, but now he’s afraid for his life. The police should be more involved and helpful. Beating someone, no matter who is on the receiving end, is wrong, and it’s for this reason that we employee police to protect us and the communities we live in.
Even here in West Hollywood gay men have to worry while walking the streets alone. Three in the past month of October have been beaten and gay bashed. These people deserve respect and dignity until they personally offend you in a legitimate way. Only then can you lose respect, but never will it be okay to beat someone because of your differences.
Spread the word. Fight hate. Now is the time for change, but in order for change to be made, people need to step up, do the right thing, and punish the people who are committing these heinous crimes.
- Three West Hollywood Gay Bashings Reported In One Week – Los Angeles News – The Informer (huffingtonpost.com)
- String of Gay Bashings in West Hollywood Unrelated, Says Mayor: VIDEO (towleroad.com)
- Gay Man Stabbed, Beaten, Burned in Hate Crime in Rural Texas (towleroad.com)
- Gay Man Beaten, Stabbed, Set On Fire At Party In Rural Texas (queerty.com)
- West Hollywood Isn’t Safe From Gay Bashings. Or Is It? (queerty.com)
- Utah’s Gay Bashers Beware! The S.I.N. Patrol Is Watching You… (queerty.com)
- Gay Hotel Worker Beaten and Burned to Death. a Homophobic Attack? (socyberty.com)
- Two Men Set On Fire At British Gay Bar. Police Don’t Think It Was Hate Crime (queerty.com)
- Screaming “Faggot” While Beating Person To Death Apparently Not A Hate Crime (queerty.com)
- VIDEO: Was This Man Beaten And Set On Fire For Being Gay? (queerty.com)
Congratulations to any and all service men and women that have been forced to keep their lives a secret for any amount of time! Today, the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” will be implemented, and gay individuals will have the right to serve their country, openly, as gay Americans.
The policy was originally a compromise that President Clinton had made in 1993, in the hopes of not discriminating against the gay citizens who wanted to fight and serve for their country. Unfortunately, his plan backfired and initiated the first actual law that made it legal for military personnel to be discharged sue to sexual orientation. In fact, “don’t ask” was never the intention of the military, and any valid evidence of homosexual behavior was reason to be fired.
“From this day forward, gay and lesbian Soldiers may serve in our Army with the dignity and respect they deserve,” Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh and Army officials wrote (see a PDF of the letter here). “For over 236 years, the U.S. Army has been an extraordinary force for good in the world. Our Soldiers are the most agile, adaptable and capable warriors in history — and we are ready for this change.”
There was a gentleman by the name of JD Smith, who was the co-director of Outserve, and he has decided to reveal his identity on Day 1 of the implementation. Josh Seefried is a finance officer in the Air Force and 2009 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy.
“I personally felt it was important to come out of the closet on Day 1 to show that sexual orientation in the military will truly be a nonissue,” Seefried said. “Overseas we have seen that some militaries still do not have people that feel comfortable coming out with their sexual orientation, even years after the policy has changed. I hope that by coming out, along with the other military members who chose to come out publicly in the pages of our magazine, help to show our military was ready for this change.”
For more information on this repeal, please VISIT HERE
- ‘JD Smith’, Co-Founder of Gay Military Group Outserve, Reveals Identity (towleroad.com)
- As DADT ends, gay officer sheds his alias – CBS News (news.google.com)
- OutServe magazine features ’101 Faces of Courage’ as military gay ban comes to an end (miamiherald.typepad.com)
- DADT Repeal: A 21st Century Civil Rights Victory (news.firedoglake.com)
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Ms. Sally Kern, she is an Oklahoma Republican lawmaker. Oklahoma is truly a breeding ground for Republicans that despise homosexuality, at least from my experience. Now, don’t get me wrong, not everyone from Oklahoma has these beliefs, but they are far more abundant than I am familiar with, living here in Los Angeles, CA.
Anyway, Kern decided it would be a great way to commemorate 9/11 by explaining that gays and lesbians are worse of a threat than terrorists and terrorism. While she may feel strongly about such issues, I don’t think that was extremely great timing. To be honest, I really don’t agree with the statement at all. If you remember correctly, TERRORISTS flew planes into the twin towers and the Pentagon, killing thousands of innocent civilians on American soil. As far as I know, there have been no such attacks from the gay community, and according to my ‘gay agenda’, none are planned for the future.
Also, AIDS/HIV is NOT a gay disease. I am seriously so sick of this bullshit! Yes, it was more abundant in gay individuals in the 80′s thanks to the fact that sex between two men was still seen as wrong and men were, at the time, forced to be much more secretive about their affairs. In doing so, protection was the least of their concerns, while being able to be intimate with individuals they were sexually and/or emotionally attracted to was their highest priority. Since then, the disease has flourished in, not just gays, but straights alike. Do your fucking research and don’t be so goddamn stupid.
You know if you just look at it in practical terms, which has destroyed and ended the life of more people? Terrorism attack here in America or HIV/AIDS? In the last twenty years, fifteen to twenty years, we’ve had maybe three terrorist attacks on our soil with a little over 5,000 people regrettably losing their lives. In the same time frame, there have been hundreds of thousands who have died because of having AIDS. So which one’s the biggest threat?
And you know, every day our young people, adults too, but especially our young people, are bombarded at school, in movies, in music, on TV, in the mall, in magazines, they’re bombarded with ‘homosexuality is normal and natural.’ It’s something they have to deal with every day. Fortunately we don’t have to deal with a terrorist attack every day, and that’s what I mean.
Listen to the audio of the above statement, below.
The reason that we are bombarded with such information in the media, is because the media is trying to give American citizens the right to be who they are and not feel badly about it, to the point of extreme actions. There are many young kids who have been victims of suicide, bullying, drug abuse, etc. based on the simple fact that they don’t feel comfortable letting people know how they truly feel. I’m not saying that all of these cases are due to homosexuality, but there are definitely quite a few. If your religious and moral beliefs make you want to belittle and refuse to acknowledge individuals based on their natural attraction to someone of the same sex, then let that be your own damn opinion; But I do NOT want and WILL not stand by and see your beliefs forced upon my actions thanks to laws that you are working to create. Go fuck yourself Ms. Kern.