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Monday, November 19, 2012

For your Monday- The LT Electric Glide and TO get your Popcorn Ready?

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LT electric glide




Get your popcorn ready

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Maryland's Question 6 - Video

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towleroad.com published this Romeny tidbit from 2005. In short Romeny says



 "Today [2005], same-sex couples are marrying, under the law, in Massachusetts. Some gays are actually having children born to them. We've been asked to remove the phrase "mother" and "father" and replace it with "parent A" and "parent B." It's not right on paper. It's not right in fact. Every child has the right to have a mother and father."

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"The children of America have the right to have a mother and a father. Of course, even today circumstances can take a parent from the home, but the child still has a mother and a father. If the parents are unmarried or divorced, the child can still visit each of them. If a mother or a father of a child is deceased, the child can learn about the qualities of their departed parent. His or her psychological features can be developed by the contrasting features of both genders. Are we ready to usher in a society indifferent about having mothers and fathers? Will our children be indifferent about a having a mother and father?"
Read more: http://www.towleroad.com/2012/10/romneygaysvid.html#ixzz2ApxA8PgA






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Nevermind that 75% of black children are raised in single parent households and for many the option of "visiting" the other parent is off the table. Consider that some do not know who the other parent is and for others the other parent wants nothing to do with them. But least we forget Romeny is not concerned with the 75% percent, his job, instead, is to worry about the other 25%.  
I'm very confused by the mind set that says it is okay to inflict your beliefs directly on the lives of legal tax paying educated citizens. This mind set that allows someone to continue to find displeasure at others happiness. The other day while talking to a acquaintance they, without warrent,  remarked about their disgust and disapproval of interracial dating marriage. If its 2012 and a peer can have such ignorant unjustified thoughts, I wonder with much uncertainty about the strength and chance the fight for gay marriage has in America.
Orwell was on to something, "ignorance is bliss." Bliss because people feel better putting themselves over others. The act makes one stand a little taller, 'grow' a little longer, feel better about their current situation. And I get that, reach for that happiness whereever you can get it- but not when it directly effects another in a negative way. 
Voting against gay marriage is a selfish, small minded act. Those who set restricting others rights as a joy or activity should be thoroughly embarrassed of their lack of true hobby. Get over your heterosexual privileges, a 50% success rate is not much to be celebrated. 

And now the soon to be former presidential hopeful Mitt Romeny.






Sunday, July 8, 2012

NEW: TheUntitled Mag- Queer POC Youth Project!

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theuntitledmag:

Join The Untitled Mag (opening July 9th) in creating The Queer POC Youth Project!
What if there was a considerable effort to focus on queer people of color in a non-tokenizing, appropriative light in media, especially queer POC youth? 
What if qpoc youths had people that they could look to and converse with on the struggles and successes in their lives? 
What could the conversation look like if we actually listened to their stories and watch them grow as brilliant, brave, creative, outspoken adults? 
And what if you could be one of the people we focus on?
The Untitled Mag wants you! We want to celebrate, appreciate and give priority to your identity and personality by showcasing it in a regular series online and in print. We want to hear about your lives, how you deal with deal with the intersections of being young, queer and a person of color, create links with other older queer poc, and we want to show you to the world so others, like you, will know that they aren’t alone! 
If you’d like to get involved with the Queer POC Youth Project, please reblog this post (so others can find out more) and send us an e-mail on: who you are, what you’re up to, your experience with the intersection of being queer and a poc, and why you’d like to participate in the project. E-mail us at untitledteenmag@gmail.com and we will run this call out until July 31st!
The ManagementChelsea • Pam • Shivana • Chris • Cara • Kaki • Cassie • Helen30.05.2012
The Untitled Mag strives to empower a community of diverse youth by providing a space to celebrate their existence within a world that otherwise denies universal pride in their rich, personal identities. We acknowledge, celebrate, cherish and give priority to those marginalized by their sexual identity, race, gender identity, class status, ability status (physical and mental), body size, and health.
theuntitledmag:
Join The Untitled Mag (opening July 9th) in creating The Queer POC Youth Project!
  • What if there was a considerable effort to focus on queer people of color in a non-tokenizing, appropriative light in media, especially queer POC youth? 
  • What if qpoc youths had people that they could look to and converse with on the struggles and successes in their lives? 
  • What could the conversation look like if we actually listened to their stories and watch them grow as brilliant, brave, creative, outspoken adults? 
  • And what if you could be one of the people we focus on?
The Untitled Mag wants you! We want to celebrate, appreciate and give priority to your identity and personality by showcasing it in a regular series online and in print. We want to hear about your lives, how you deal with deal with the intersections of being young, queer and a person of color, create links with other older queer poc, and we want to show you to the world so others, like you, will know that they aren’t alone!
If you’d like to get involved with the Queer POC Youth Project, please reblog this post (so others can find out more) and send us an e-mail on: who you are, what you’re up to, your experience with the intersection of being queer and a poc, and why you’d like to participate in the project. E-mail us at untitledteenmag@gmail.com and we will run this call out until July 31st!
The Management
Chelsea • Pam • Shivana • Chris • Cara • Kaki • Cassie • Helen
30.05.2012
The Untitled Mag strives to empower a community of diverse youth by providing a space to celebrate their existence within a world that otherwise denies universal pride in their rich, personal identities. We acknowledge, celebrate, cherish and give priority to those marginalized by their sexual identity, race, gender identity, class status, ability status (physical and mental), body size, and health.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012