Thursday, April 26, 2012
Somehow some evil being had failed
I heard that some religious right thinks that homosexuality is caused by the devil or that they’re being possessed. I would like to put up a little something for you.
Satan: Mwuahahahahaha, I’m Satan, and I’m going to ruin mankind with my awesome, evil, wicked plan.
Demon: Master, master, what evil plan are you going to do?
Satan: I’m going to turn people gay!
Demon: Ooh, how evil…. What’s a gay?
Satan: Well, it has different meanings. One, it means happy.
Demon: You’re gonna make people happy?
Satan: Well no, another meaning is attraction to the same sex. I’m going to make men attracted to men and women attracted to women.
Demon: What purpose would that serve your wickedness?
Satan: They will not be able to procreate and humanity will fall to extinction! Mwuahahahahahahaha!
Demon: But there are infertile people and people who choose not to have children already, and humanity is still expanding over billions of people.
Satan: Yeah well, they suck. I’m doing this with gays this time.
Demon: I don’t get it.
Satan: It’s quite simple; the religious right actually believes that homosexuality will doom nation, ruin marriage, destroy family values, spread disease, have multiple partners, become miserable and suicidal due to being discriminated against, and of course, love each other.
Demon: … I don’t get it. People say the same hateful, crazy, untruthful things about black people or people who are born left handed.
Satan: Well this one will work.
Demon: It’s 2012 right now and homosexuality has done nothing to harm society or marriage or family values. There are gays and lesbians raising children right now and they’re doing fine. They’ve always have been for as long as mankind existed. There are some countries that legalized gay marriage and their country didn’t fall to ruin, and some US states are legalizing gay marriage themselves. As for the diseases, people realize that everyone can get it and that they can prevent it by using protections and learn about what causes it and what you can do to stop it. As for the misery and suicide, it’s only because of hate and discrimination, not because that’s how they are. They can love each other just like any other heterosexual couples.
Satan: … (Bleep)!
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Rena Lindevaldsen says, “Satan is hard at work” pushing gay rights.
Oh really Rena? So you think some magical, invisible evil entity wants to come around and promote equality?
“hehehehehehehe, I’m going to encourage people to get along gay or straight. Muwahahahaha, that is so evil and delicious!”
If you think like that, then you’re no better than the folks who fought against black rights or women rights.
Matt Barber says that gay rights supporters are “the most vicious and vile things.”
Really? We’re vicious and vile? How is that so? I’ve seen how gay rights supporters are like, they’re decent, intelligent, caring human beings who wants bigots like you to stop hating. It is you who is vicious and vile, you’re the one bashing gays and lesbians, you’re the one demonizing gays and lesbians, you’re the ones trying to keep on bullying and denying equal rights.
Matt Barber says, “Pro-choice and pro-gay rights advocates will be remembered akin to those who supported slavery.”
That is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard. Gay rights are not even slightly equivalent to slavery. Slavery is when people owns a person as property. Gay rights are about equality to all gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender. Pro-choice is freedom to choose what to do with your own body.
Matt Barber says, “It is an act of hate to affirm gay people’s sexual orientation.”
No it isn’t Matt, it’s an act of hate to treat another person badly. It’s bullying, spreading lies and false assumptions, act of violence towards one based on their sexuality (Race, gender, color, etc,.) that is the act of hate.
Ryan Sorba, “gay rights will lead to tyranny.”
Tyranny? What does that even mean? You’re saying that by promoting equality among people of all sexuality would be the same as tyranny? How does that even work? Do you even know what tyranny is? A tyranny is when people like you control others to do what you want.
Matt Barber, “Homosexualists and sexual anarchists are using glee to indoctrinate kids.”
Homosexualists? That’s not even a word. Sexual anarchists? Seriously Matt? What exactly is Glee trying to tell kids? I don’t know, because I hadn’t seen it. However, that kind of mentality is the same kind of mentality that people use when they think that Harry Potter is a witchcraft influencing children to do magic. What we’re trying to do is to dispel the fear and self-hate from children. We’re trying to decrease suicide among gays and lesbian children, we’re trying to end the hate and have people get along and be equal to each other. That is all.
Greg Quinlan, “There is zero evidence that anyone is born a homosexual.”
Oh really? There’s zero evidence to show that homosexuality is a choice. No one chooses to be gay, no one is influenced to be gay, and no one is turned gay by any means. If homosexuality is a choice, then so is heterosexuality.
This kind of thing is just plain sad. Homophobes are just a bunch of whining, lying, haters who would cover their ears and make up stuff to scare gullible people. This is the kind of thing we’re up against folks, this is the kind of people that would want your kids to be spoon-fed with hate, lies, and feeling suicidal. They don’t care about what is true, they just want to demonize people who are doing no harm.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
If you think that one’s sexuality would be a threat to humanity, you need your head examined. Homosexuality has always existed. If it were a threat, then there wouldn’t be any humans left. There is 7 billion human beings in the world. Add homosexuals, infertile couples, and child-free couples into that equation and you’ll get humanity still populating.
Why is that? It’s simple; there are still going to be couples who want kids, couples who can’t have kids, couples who don’t want kids, and couples who wants to surrogate or adopt.
Let’s bring up four couples.
This is Jane and Dick. Jane and Dick are heterosexual couples who can and want to have kids. Jane has gave birth to 4 little boys and two little girls. They live in a huge house and they’re both good parents to their kids.
This is Tom and Ada, Ada and Tom are infertile. They live together in an apartment, and Ada has decided that they should adopt a kid. Tom agrees, so they’ll adopt children when they are able to support a child.
This is James and Mandy, they are a child-free couple. They do not wish to have children. They spend their lives together traveling and doing things together.
This is Ben and Jerry, they are two gay men. They want to have children, so Ben’s sister gladly agrees to provide them a baby for them to raise. She would visit her baby once in a while. Ben and Jerry raise their son. He grows up healthy, stable, and is intelligent.
All this is happening right now in this world. So what exactly is a threat here?
Everyday there’s a poster of two heterosexual couples from films, only a few films have gay men or lesbians on a poster and they’re not well known.
Every day there is a straight couple holding hands, kissing in public, hugging each other, and even went out on dates. Not many gays and lesbians do this and they couldn’t do it because they’ll risk being attacked by bigots.
Holidays like Valentine’s Day only expect heterosexuals, no homosexuals.
There are rarely any hallmark cards that are gay.
Heterosexuality is strongly encouraged by religion, government and parents.
No one asks a man if he is seeing anyone, but asks if he has a girlfriend, implying that he must be straight because, God forbid, should he like other men. This applies to women as well.
If supposedly that gays, straights, bisexual, and transgender couples are all freely allowed to date openly, no one’s sexuality would be shoved down one’s throat.
If two men are walking side by side, holding hands, they’re just minding their business. If you think this is shoving their “gayness” down your throat, then a heterosexual doing that is shoving their “straightness” down their throats.
Being straight is expected of people therefore they are shoving their expectation down our throats. It’s clear to me that we’re not allowed to be ourselves; we’re supposed to appease the society, government, community, parents, and religion.
So I ask you, who’s shoving sexuality down’s one’s throat?
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
So some folks like Perkins actually believes that the repeal of DADT, don’t ask don’t tell, was a big mistake. Perkins actually tells us that homosexuals are to blame for two men who are in social service who have been having some fun with female prostitutes.
Yes Perkins, straight men never fooled around with prostitutes before, it’s so the gays fault. (Rolls eyes)
Maybe it’s just me but it seems that people like Perkin just loves to demonize LGBT people. It’s quite clear on what they’re doing; they’re trying to deceive people into eradicating any rights gays have fought for so far and to bring back laws that forbid them from being gay. I find it sad that this is the year 2012 and yet people like Perkins are acting like little cave men.
Can you please just stop lying about gay people? Stop trying to blame people for something they hadn’t done. The two men who were with prostitutes were doing this on their own accord; it has absolutely NOTHING to do with homosexuality. Straight men have always been fooling around with prostitutes before and after the repeal of DADT. Surely you should already have known this. You’re a liar and I hope people will see that. You’re not fooling me, you’re not fooling any intelligent folks, and equality will prevail!
P.S. the 60’s called, they want their bigotry back.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Does my eyes decieve me? Is Frothy the bigot finally going to leave the presidential race? If this is true, I would have loved to throw a party! But of course, there's no way I can, but I am very pleased. So good by Frothy, and may you crawl back into your frothy home with your internet gay porn.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
My story about Arizona
And why I hated it here.
When I first move here, it was August 1996 or 1997. It was hot and I was so thirsty. My family had decided to move us here from Maryland, the state I liked, and they’ve thought Arizona would be a good place to live in. Of all 50 states they could have chosen, they chose the most miserable, hellish, foul state ever in the existence of mankind (In my most humble opinion). I could never understand why anyone would want to live there. After 15 years of living here, I STILL can’t understand why anyone would want to live here.
When we got to Arizona, we were in a campground living in a trailer temporarily. Sometime later, there was a monsoon and it was constantly tipping the trailer up several times, I thought we will die in Arizona. I was afraid and death was on my mind a lot. Not a very good impression for Arizona to give us; hellish heat and a deathly disaster that is the Monsoon. For some reason, I was the only person who loathes the state a lot, even from day one.
What could I do? I was just a 15 year old nobody, a loser, a loner, and an invisible child in a state that seem to have a problem with me. Several years later in Arizona, my brothers seem to enjoy their life, they got their wives, they got their kids, and they got good jobs and houses. I’m happy for them. That is not the problem. It is just that Arizona is not for me. I can never connect to this place, I never felt like I belong.
We were kicked out of the campground because we moved our trailer around so that the sun isn’t in my mom’s eyes because she needed her sleep. So we found another campground for the night and then we went and found a rental home. It was in Glendale and I had to share a room with my younger brother; who acts like he’s the older one and that I’m just a scum in his shoes.
He had a friend who was just a jerk as he was to me. Often times, he had tried to climb in through the window of my bedroom. Strange, he couldn’t just come to the front door, and he just doesn’t seem to have an inkling of respect for anyone.
We, us siblings, were ready for school. I was going to the school my older brother was going to. But unfortunately, sometime during that school I just felt out of place and not sure where my classes are, so I was put to a different school.
I was sent to a school that is a deaf school, I’m hearing impaired. But that school was just the worst school I’ve ever been to. The very first day I was there, some kid was an ass and tells me to get out of here. Days gone by and I was treated like a leper or something. I was miserable.
I would get a counselor who would listen to me, but often times, I just didn’t try to get out. I have no idea why didn’t I just try getting out of that school. I had no friends, I was teased and bullied.
One time I tried to have a birthday party and invite some kids, but none came. Days goes on when I have felt suicidal and depressed, it was too painful. Even just thinking about it was too painful.
My parents have decided to move and got us a house that is much further away and in the middle of nowhere. Quite literally, it is in the middle of nowhere. There was no store, there was no school, there was nothing but houses and farm fields. I could never understand it. I had to take two school buses to get to school, one who was from a different school that agreed to take me to the other bus, and the bus from my school.
I could not make friends here, I still had no friends in school, I was suffering from the heat still. The first bus that gets me from the house was a useless school bus. The bus Aide somehow forgets that she is supposed to drive us to school and tends to stop and chat with one of the passenger’s parents. They often arrive late, show up late to pick me up, show up too early and leave before I got ready.
The only happy things that have happened were the plays I’ve been in. they were short lived and the only really great play I’ve did was in a different school where the director was asking for a deaf kid for their play. The school chose me because of my performance in the last two plays. the cast and the crew were friendly and were awesome to be around with. It was sad that when the play is over, it was but a fleeting memory.
Only one student in my school had chosen to “befriend” me out of pity, but he was a stuck up kid who thinks everyone loves him and that he is the most important person. He was so full of himself. I have only been his friend for a couple of years until 2011 when I decided that he wasn’t a friend. My counselor had warned me not to be his friend because he’s not a good friend. She was so right.
By the senor year, I was working in a summer job as a produce clerk at an air force base, then a baker’s assistant, then I was folding boxes in Papa John’s pizza. I had my first apartment and I was roommates with my “friend” and it wasn’t long before we have to move out. He was very much a jerk, saying hurtful things to me and like a fool, I believed him.
Often times at my parents house, I was told to clean up the house. I had to clean it alone and no one will do their part. My brother thinks that he was the favorite and he never does a damn thing. He just comes and goes, eating all the food, destroying things. He used dad’s computer and I got yelled at thinking it was me. My brother stabbed the wooden cutting board and shredded it up and I got blamed for it.
Often times whenever there’s dinner, I was too late to have any. Often I felt like I was unwanted even at home. Sometimes they thought I wanted to be alone.
I was even more suicidal and I wanted to run away. I had a job working as a dishwasher in a middle school. Their cafeteria is a lot better than mine, it has more food to offer. Mine just gives measly little food that is either undercooked or overcooked. I couldn’t keep up the pace and my boss insults me by saying a mentally retarded person could do better than me. So I found a different job and left that rotten place.
I lived in an apartment with my eldest brother and his wife. I had a job in Walmart as a cart pusher. Apparently a cart pusher means pushover and that customers can treat me like shit. The air was hard to breathe and I was nearly run over several times. Often times there were no carts in the lot and the boss yells at me, “We need more carts!” There was none. Customers kept stealing them.
I had a job coach who was an asshole in every aspect; he talks down to me, he treats me like I’m stupid, he mocks me, he never listens to me, and he forced me to do things against my will.
I had gotten an apartment after leaving my eldest brother’s because they were moving far away to a house they’re buying. The apartment I had had roaches and it’s a dangerous complex. There were cops swarming all over the place a lot. T was scary. I had a next door neighbor who was divorced few times. He’s nice but he’s a little frightening; he has weapons all over the apartment. He lent me his throwing knife for protection. Though there was no threat on my life, I was grateful. I had to leave the apartment to the gated complex that is across the street. It was more beautiful and safer than the one I was in. The apartment was a little more expensive than the one I was in, but still affordable. I loved the apartment; it had free utility, it’s gated, it is closer to work, and it was bigger than the studio apartment in the last apartment.
I had my “friend” move in with me and he had a job with me as an assembler in Walmart. He was still an ass as he was before in our first apartment. He was unreliable and unhelpful.
I left the job and the apartment back to my parents. It was miserable going back, but I hated my job. I was changing my position from cart pusher to maintenance and I was treated like shit everyday by everyone, including my job coach. I kept getting complaints even when I wasn’t doing anything wrong. I’ve done my job, I was very busy, I can’t be all over the place, I couldn’t hear the intercom, and whenever an idiot slips from a spill, I was blamed. That is why I left.
I then found a job at Fry’s and I thought it was a little better because I was treated better, but the pay is bad, the hours varied every week, and no one else is hiring. I had decided to get an apartment close by because I had to ride my bike three miles in the blistering heat and suffer the heat waves daily.
The apartment was not cheap, so I had my parent’s offer a hundred to me to pay the rent fairly. The utility bill had to be paid and it was well over 300 in June. I was pissed off and devastated.
I was taking an apartment with my eldest sister, who had a kid and is a drug addict. Apparently things weren’t going so well. She had the thermostat up to ninety and I was suffocating in the hellish heat. I turned it down and stuck my head in the freezer. I couldn’t go outside because it’s just as equally hot out there. We had to move out and I was devastated. I was just so tired of being forced to leave the apartment so many times.
For three years I worked at Fry’s, I left it to work as a home health aide.
I was caring for the client my mom used to care for, he was loads older than me and he’s a pervert. He always likes to have nurses around him. He only agreed to have me help care for him was because his previous roommate was a drunkard. I didn’t work for long before my case manager decided to fire me for “not doing my job” which was a total bullshit because if I hadn’t done my job, he would have been dead months ago. I always fed him, I always gave him his meds, I always was there for him when he fell or when he needed me. I never even left the apartment!
I was forced to return to my parents house. I didn’t have a job for over a year. My parents have moved just to a different street from our last house, there is now more buildings, some houses and only one apartment that is way above the monthly income. The job I had was Fry’s again, but it’s the new one that is just around the corner. I worked then when it opened. Sadly, they have been giving me 4 hours per week which was insane and had to be illegal if it isn’t. That was just fucked up. I transferred my job and found the job further southeast from my new job. The hours were more but I had to get rides because I cannot walk there or ride a bike. I had my bike stolen. I even had my money stolen from the bank. I had taken the same apartment complex when I was with my eldest sister, but I had to share a room with a roommate who at first was good and we shared our meals and we played games. Then he broke up with his girlfriend and everything was a wreck. When they came back together, things were even worse than before. They pretend I don’t exist, they never shared food with me, they even had the futon covering the living room, blocking everything. It was a mess and they never cleaned up. When I tried to clean up, there weren’t any cleaning materials. They were the most useless roommates ever. I was forced back to my parents again.
I had a plan and I was expecting to transfer to a new place with fry’s with cheaper apartment with free utility. It didn’t work because the job was paying me 8 hours per week and my “friend” won’t help and my brother had a wife who was expecting a baby. So, I was nearly homeless and I was about to find a homeless shelter when my mom decided than she wants me back. Now I transferred back to my job close to home and back where I started; a single man, a man with no car, a man with no apartment, and a man who had everything stolen from him after all these years.
This is April 7, 2012. This time I am planning to carefully wave, learn the states and its cities and find some jobs there and apartments. I want to escape it and I want to no longer be single, no longer be working in a dead end job, no longer falling back to my parents’ house. This time, I will escape this place.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Where I want to live in
1) Someplace cold and cloudy most of the time
2) Doesn’t get too hot in the summer
3) I love the snow and the rain
4) I like green grass, trees, mountains, and lakes
5) A place where there are a lot happening (clubs, parades, social events, and more)
6) Less crime
7) A city with plenty of jobs, affordable housing and/or apartments
8) Places where you can meet people
9) Better education
10) Isn’t homophobic, racist, or sexist (I know I’m stretching it, but I don’t like prejudice)
11) Isn’t too expensive to live in
12) Plenty of jobs to have
13) Plenty of places to go to
Why I hate Arizona
1) Extremely hot weather in the summer
2) Only snows in Prescott or Flagstaff
3) Hardly cold during winter
4) There is nothing to do here
5) Bugs, weeds, ragweed, loose tumbleweeds, sand storm, and heat haze
6) Drivers are terrible here
7) It’s racist, homophobic, and sexist.
8) I sweat too much
9) I can’t sleep comfortably
10) Everything is far too expensive here.
11) Hardly any affordable apartments around
12) Hardly any jobs are hiring
13) Only few places have public transportation and I live far from it
14) Hardly rains much anyway
15) Too sunny. I sometimes feel like a vampire and wanted to flee from the sun
I spent my childhood living in Maryland and I have to say I loved it there and I was very happy living there. Sure there have been times things were bad, but that happens everywhere. The reason I loved Maryland and not Arizona is simple; the weather is good, it snows, and people are nicer there. Now it is going to legalize gay marriage in 2013, which makes me even happier and I wish I can return.
In Maryland, I was living in a military base because my father was in the Navy. The neighborhood I lived in was pleasant and I had a great friend who lived two doors down from me. My next door neighbor was a paranoid family who rarely lets their kids to go outside to play. There is a playground with a monkey bars shaped like a house. It has a slide and a set of swings. There was a forest close by in our neighborhood that I often go into to play.
I remember the snows and I loved it. I loved walking in the snow, playing in it, and it’s very comforting in winter clothes. I often hear people complain about having to shovel snow or that it covers their cars in ice and so forth. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t care. I much rather have that than the blistering 112 degree heat that turns your car into a broiling oven and you cannot be comfortable at all. I would rather shovel snow, I would rather scrap ice off a car, I would rather be trapped in a blizzard than to be cooking in a goddamn car. I would at least have that! I love the snow, I remember standing outside while it’s snowing one night and I looked up and pretended that I was a spaceship flying and all the snowflakes were stars! I remember making snowmen and snow angels. I remember playing snow fights. I miss those days. When me and my family went up to Prescott to visit the snow, it brought back memories and I was so damn happy. I was so happy I wish we didn’t have to leave. It was even my nephews and niece’s first snow! Where we’re at, it doesn’t snow ever.
I remember the house we lived in. it was cozy but a little messy due to a large number of siblings. I remember the dogs we used to have, the cats we used to have, the gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs, and more. I remember the snake my brother had. I remembered there was a small baby tree snake, very harmless and it used to wrap its body around my fingers like brass knuckles.
I remember video games we’ve played; I remembered the toys and books we used to have. I remember getting Goosebumps books for Christmas and how happy I was to have them. There was so many of them and I had wanted them all. I remember how they looked and how happy I was when I opened my presents. Now that I remember them, I felt like crying.
The Middle School I used to go to was a good public school and often we have had behavior slips that rewards good deeds and subtract points for bad deeds. There was a shop they had and we were being taught to budget money and were buying stuff there. It was a bit like Hogwarts in a way but with no magic involved (dang). I had some friends, some of the students were ok and others were mean (no surprises there).
There were a lot of good things I remembered and a lot of bad things I remembered, but Maryland was the state I loved. I loved the weather, I loved the scenery, and I loved the people there. The good things I remembered have been much higher than the bad. Arizona has been mainly the worst place ever for me. I could never understand how anyone could live in that hellish place.