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My Personal Stonewall

The commemorations of the Stonewall riot, is heralded as the beginning of the movement for the recognition of human rights of LGBT people in North America. 1,306 more words


The Falling Away

Across America the crosses are being taken off churches and the churches are given a new name. “Campus” Some churches are now having services with Muslims and their Islamic faith. 394 more words


Quote of the day

“If someone is gay, who searches for the Lord and has goodwill, who am I to judge?”

Pope Francis

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Religion is Blameless?

“When I hear from people that religion doesn’t hurt anything, I say, really? Well, besides wars, the Crusades, the Inquisitions, 9-11, ethnic cleansing the suppression of women, the suppression of homosexuals, fatwas, honor killings, suicide bombings, arranged marriages to minors, human sacrifices, burning witches, and systematic sex with children, I have a few quibbles.” –Bill Maher


Legacy of the Stonewall riots

By Joaquin Tenedora-Forte

When we hear stonewall you probably know the gay rights moment started much earlier than the stonewall riots.1969 It’s a deferent world back then, the world were in gay ware jailed, described as worse than murders and kick by their own families. 190 more words

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One of the most important things in life is ‘having respect for each other’. Without respect, you do not have a lot. Respect for a person shouldn’t be that difficult, right? 346 more words

Why the Gay Agenda Is Praising Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush (Gage Skidmore, Creative Commons)

It is becoming apparent that Jeb Bush is the favorite Republican Party presidential contender of the Washington Blade-D.C.’s “gay news source”—due to his politically-correct evolution on homosexuality and same-sex “marriage.” 247 more words