i thought it would be nice to have a spot wear if we fine some thing from some wear else to beable to have a place to put it.
i am in a group for GLBTI called same same its a OZY thing bit like my space.
there is this artical below from it.
i had to laugh at the small minded people.
from same same,
This week, we urge you all to look in the mirror and think of some nice things to tell yourself. Why? Because apparently you’re deadly and dangerous. You’re also akin to terrorists and murderers. At least, that’s what’s being thrown about this week.
Recently on a TV program in the UK, controversial fundamentalist Christian Stephen Green compared ‘Steps’ singer Ian Watkins to mass murderer Jeffrey Dahmer. It’s the most outlandish comparison ever. How on earth do you put the singer of craptastic songs like “Boot Scootin’ Baby” and “Tragedy” in the same ballpark as someone who brutally murdered seventeen men and boys, many of the killings involving rape, necrophilia and cannibalism?
Watkins told Green that he was “completely happy” being out of the closet and in a loving relationship. Green responded with, “Dahmer was happy murdering people, does that make it right?”
Meanwhile in the states, Oklahoma state politician Sally Kern has given a rather damning speech about gays and why we’re on par with terrorists. Apparently there are deadly consequences for anyone involved with us. Our community has more suicides, more illness and our life spans are shorter. Oh and we’re also going to be the downfall of civilisation.
“Studies show that no society that has totally embraced homosexuality has lasted more than, you know, a few decades,” she said. Ah, which studies would those be Sally?
And as if that wasn’t enough, a couple of days ago the Vatican issued an updated list of the seven deadly sins, which are –
1. Environmental pollution,
2. Genetic manipulation,
3. Accumulating excessive wealth,
4. Inflicting poverty,
5. Drug trafficking and consumption,
6. Morally debatable experiments,
7. Violation of fundamental rights of human nature.
I suspect we come in under number seven. Oh and perhaps we’re also numbers five and six on some Friday and Saturday nights. But can I just ask how many of these apply to the Vatican itself? As one of our members suggested, they should add an eighth one to the list – ‘hypocrisy’.
What do you think about the new seven sins?
Until next week,