Sunday, May 30, 2010

I Hold you

Oh,my, you're hot!

Three's company smile

Exegesis of an homophobic blog

Is called "Second Nature, reactionary blog for the restoration of morality"
How silly is that?
What morality? That of the pedophile priests until a few years ago protected by Ratzinger Who now menaces them of eternal damnation?

The authors of the aforementioned and linked blog are terrified by the
denial of the most common prejudices against homosexuals. According to them campaigns and laws against
homophobia and for equality in dignity and rights are part of a perverse design of the
"Homophilic lobby" to force everyone to be bisexual. Allowing gay marriage
means making it mandatory for them. Our claims are "whims" and
homosexuality is a pathological condition from which to heal. Nicolosi is their Guru. The fact that most gays, myself included, found to be gay at puberty does not budge. They believe
still in the fable of the "unnatural" as if man was not part of nature, and as if
there wasn't a homosexual animal behavior. If you say it to him, then they ask if for you even incest and pedophilia are natural, "because animals also have them "(?). But what does it mea, evenif it is true? A few ideas, but very confused.

The question to pose to these guys is: "But you, you were born heterosexual? You chose to be heterosexual?"
However. trying to reason with these people is absolutely useless, I tried to enlighten them, but in vain.
"Came the Light and Darkness did not recognize it"

Some goodies? They support the convicted offender Svastichella guilty of homophobic attack. For
them laws against homophobia s agains their "freedom "to insult, slander and denigrate
homosexual citizens, or even to incite hatred and cowardly attacks against six
one. The authors of that blog are cowards, only publish their own opinions and of those idiot and despicable enough asto share their "ideas". Thet're afraid of opinions different from theirs.

But I'm not afraid to denounce them publicly for what they are.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Black and white

Poses that turn me off

-Hands on the stomach: indigestion or constipation? Go figure
-Grabbing his privates: hey, it's not very elegant, you know
-Showing his cock,legs open:are you a simian, dear? Not very subtle
-Parading overbulging muscles: Pleeez! excess muscle can be as ugly as excess fat
-Exaggeratedly "dramatic" poses: give me a break!
-Overdone "macho" poses: you scare me so, girlie
-Vapid faces and smiles: dumber and dumber is not sexy

Monday, May 17, 2010

17 May international day against homophobia

Today is the International Day Against Homophobia. I encourage each and every person who reads this to support our friends in the GLBT community. Of course, if you're reading this post, then you're probably already doing just that.

Every little action helps. One single act of kindness or support may not elicit immediately recognizable changes, but that doesn't mean that it won't give someone food for thought and perhaps begin to open a closed mind.

Friday, May 14, 2010

You Tube

Who's afraid of Gay Marriage?

He doesn't care about child prostitution
of famine and destitution
of war and terrorist carnage!
Beware of gay marriage!
The pope screams in outrage
He doesn't mind about pollution
devastating corruption
of AIDS and toxic sewage!
Beware of Gay marriage!
The Pope's shrill adage
He doesn't care about subprime speculation
about hate indoctrination
about nuclear escalation
Beware of Gay Marriage!
The pope's demented rage

Such awful brain wastage!

Angel by David Cantero

Ratzinger ‘is fast losing all his sense of moral priorities’, says Peter Tatchell

From The freethinker

BENEATH a report in The Times today that Ratzinger has again blasted gay marriage and abortion – saying they are “among the most insidious and dangerous challenges” to society – there is this delicious response from a reader, Susie Downer:

We delude ourselves if we think the silly old bloke in the frock and red slippers has a clue what’s going on in 2010. The insidious challenge to our society is out-of-touch, self-serving megalomaniacs who have never been married, in a relationship, become a parent, had to cook their own dinner or polish their own shoes. Go and join the dinosaurs, matey.

And in the body of the Times report, Peter Tatchell, of the gay rights group Outrage, said:

The Pope is fast losing all his sense of moral priorities. Compared to war, poverty and racism, gay marriage is a minor issue. It is not worthy of the Pope’s moral outrage. In a world filled with hate and violence, he should be encouraging love and commitment, not denouncing it.

The pimped-up old fart in papal regalia was speaking during his visit to Portugal, which is preparing to legalise same-sex partnerships. Gay marriage legislation was recently passed by the Portuguese parliament and is due to be signed into law next week by President Anibal Cavaco Silva, a conservative Catholic. Ninety per cent of Portuguese define themselves as Catholic but Portuguese society is increasingly secular, with well under a third saying they attend mass regularly.

Ratzinger also took the opportunity to criticise Catholics who are ashamed of their faith and too willing to “lend a hand to secularism.”

The Pope was speaking after a packed open air mass at the Marian shrine at Fatima, the Portuguese Lourdes, 120 kilometres north of Lisbon. The mass was attended by half a million people.

Meeting Catholic charity workers at the shrine, the Pope called for “defence of life” and “indissoluble marriage between a man and a woman” in response to what he described as the dangerous threats of gay marriage and abortion. He offered his thanks to those who helped people “wounded by the drama of abortion”.

His words will be studied in Britain where Catholics prepare for their own visit by the Pope in September. In the pre-election television debates, David Cameron said he disagreed with the Pope’s teaching on homosexuality. The Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg indicated he agreed with Mr Cameron.

Terry Sanderson, President of the National Secular Society, accused Benedict of trying to interfere with the Portugal’s democratic will.

If the President of Portugal approves the law on gay marriage – and there is every indication that she will – it will represent a slap in the face for the Pope’s authority.

Trivia fans may be interested to know that, in 1952, Warner Bros released The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima, describing it as 'the motion picture that reaches deep inside you!'

Tony Green, spokesman for the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, which will be debating gay marriage and civil partnership at its annual conference in London tomorrow, said:

It is one thing to oppose gay marriage from religious convictions and another to make such a claim about it when you look at issues such as teenage pregnancy, sexual disease, drug abuse, world poverty and war. This is an appalling, unfounded and unjust claim. I do not really see on what basis he can say gay marriage is among the most dangerous challenges to society. It ignores real social evils the Church and others should be addressing with far greater urgency.

The mass at the shrine at Fatima marked the anniversary of the day in 1917 when three shepherd children reported seeing visions of the Virgin Mary as the sun “spun” in the sky.

They claimed the Madonna confided to them three secrets foretelling the Second World War, the conversion of Russia to Christianity and the attempt on the life of John Paul II in 1981.

John Paul believed the Virgin Mary helped save him from the attempted assassination, which took place on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima.

In his homily at the shrine, Pope Benedict, dressed in white and gold vestments and sounding hoarse, said:

"We delude ourselves if we think that the prophetic mission of Fatima has come to an end"

Yes, Ratzinazi, you delude yourself oh, so well! But yyou're not deluding us. We know your kind will use all the fatima claptrap
every time you'll find it useful.