Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Ask ALL Your Friends: Is South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham Gay?

Senator Lindsey Graham with his "Bitch, Please!" face.

He is a very effeminate, never been married, homophobe who is actively and aggressively legislating against gay rights.  This most recent occasion involves screwing gay immigrants with gay American partners in upcoming immigration legislation.

Recent studies have suggested that many homophobic men may be closet cases, acting out of internalized homophobia, and self loathing.

Effeminate...Never Been Married...Homophobe... That's 3 strikes right there.  That would be my guess.  I don't have any proof of this. Only my opinion.

But, there is enough speculation.  I think EVERYONE should be asking the question: Is Lindsey Graham Gay?

Via AmericaBlog:

It’s time to finally out Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC). 
Graham has had it coming for a while now. Not because he’s a Republican. But because he’s an anti-gay Republican. And while it’s one thing to be gay and a closet case, it’s quite another to be a hypocrite, an anti-gay gay, someone who uses his power to harm others in the name of morality, all the while knowing secretly that heis one of the others. 
In this case, Graham’s hypocrisy that broke the camel’s back is immigration reform. I have it on good authority from someone intimately involved in the immigration reform process that Lindsey Graham is the central reason that the Uniting American Families Act (UAFA), which would help stop the forced deportation of foreign-born gay spouses, is being blocked from being added to the immigration bill. While other Senators might be bluffing about their opposition to addressing the immigration needs of gay binational couples in immigration reform, I’m told Graham isn’t bluffing. 
The obvious question arises as to why Graham is holding gays hostage in the immigration bill.

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Frightening Video: Georgian Orthodox Priests Incite Violence At Georgian Gay Rights March

(AP Photo/Shakh Aivazov)

Make sure you share this so people understand it's not just about marriage and employment in other parts of the world.  It is literally about life and deaf for LGBT communities there.

This is truly frightening to watch!  The sheer mass of hatred attacking the yellow van carrying gay rights activist.  Imagine yourself in that van, trying to escape.

This was led by Orthodox priests.  Here's to Christian love and understanding.

Via AmericaBlog:
It’s a horrific video.  Thousands – perhaps tens of thousands – of former-Soviet Georgians rioting in the streets of Tbilisi, attacking a small handful of gay rights protesters holding a rally for the International Day Against Homophobia.The video is just horrific.  Crowds were shouting “Kill them! Tear them to pieces!” and “Where are they? Don’t leave them alive!”

Thursday, May 9, 2013

please, Please, PLEASE Share This!! "When Did You Choose To Be Straight?"

This video shows the "Aha! moment" that so many straight people need to have to change the world.  SHARE!!!

Thursday, May 2, 2013

All Of New England Now Has Marriage Equality!

Another great day for marriage equality!  Thanks, New England!!

Rhode Island is joining nine other states and the District of Columbia in allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry after the state's General Assembly gave it a final procedural vote on Thursday. 
Gov. Lincoln Chafee planned to sign the legislation into law Thursday evening. Hundreds are expected to gather at the Statehouse to celebrate the new law, which already passed the House and Senate once. The first weddings could take place Aug. 1, when the new law would take effect. 
The other five New England states already have gay marriage, but bills that would have changed marriage laws in heavily Catholic Rhode Island sputtered for nearly 20 years until this year. More gay marriage supporters were elected to the legislature last fall, and advocates mounted an aggressive lobbying campaign to pressure undecided lawmakers. 
The House passed the bill in January at the behest of House Speaker Gordon Fox, D-Providence, who is gay. The Senate was seen as the bigger challenge, but the bill passed easily last week after Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed, D-Newport, said she would allow a vote despite her opposition to gay marriage. The House gave final approval Thursday with a 56-15 vote.