Podium Protest


Every Act Is A Political Act.

Podium Protest


http://media.mtvnservices.com/mgid:cms:video:colbertnation.com:428601

Stephen Colbert nails it again.

Using satire to make a wonderful point.

There are good people in America and they are in the most unexpected of places.

Fuck Stereotypes.


http://media.mtvnservices.com/mgid:cms:video:colbertnation.com:428601

Stephen Colbert nails it again.

Using satire to make a wonderful point.

There are good people in America and they are in the most unexpected of places.

Fuck Stereotypes.

Culture of Illusion – Not All Wine and Roses.


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REMEMBER TO GIVE DIVORCE EQUALITY TOO BECAUSE,

YOU KNOW,

SOMETIMES THINGS JUST DON’T WORK OUT.

Culture of Illusion – Will Mr. Bieber Please Stand Up.


In the spirit of supporting gay marriage and equality as the Supreme Court looks at various legal cases, please find here, for your pleasure, the lyrics of I Kissed A Girl by Katy Perry, adapted so that everyones favourite teenboy quimthrob can sing his love to the rafters.

Only when Mr. Bieber sings this version can we truly say that we have achieved an equal society:

“I Kissed A Boy”

This was never the way I planned, not my intention.
I got so brave, drink in hand, lost my discretion
It’s not what I’m used to, just wanna try you on.
I’m curious for you, caught my attention.

[Chorus:]
I kissed a boy and I liked it,
the taste of his musky chapstick.
I kissed a boy just to try it,
I hope my girlfriend don’t mind it.
It felt so wrong,
It felt so right.
Don’t mean I’m in love tonight.
I kissed a boy and I liked it (I liked it).

No, I don’t even know your name, it doesn’t matter.
You’re my experimental game, just human nature.
It’s not what good boys do, not how they should behave.
My head gets so confused, hard to obey.

[Chorus]

Us boys we are so magical,
Rough skin, harsh lips, so kissable.
Hard to resist, so touchable.
Too good to deny it.
Ain’t no big deal, it’s innocent.

[Chorus]

I look forward to this being sung at the next Grammy Awards.

Go Beibernauts! Let’s get the campaign rolling!

(That’s what they’re called isn’t it?)

You are all most welcome.


boyjupiter:

One Town’s War on Gay Teens | Rolling Stone
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/one-towns-war-on-gay-teens-20120202

The boys crowded around her on the bus.

“Hey, Brittany, I heard your friend Sam shot herself.”

“Did you see her blow her brains out?”

“Did you pull the trigger for her?”

“Was there brain all over the wall?”

“You should do it too.”

“Dyke.”

“Slut.”

“Freak.”

Teenage bullies may be downright appalling, but true evil lies in the grown men and women who systematically enable and encourage this behaviour.

This Rolling Stone piece will break your heart – and remind you why gay rights should never be simply a case of “special rights”.

When the Anoka-Hennepin district’s sex-ed curriculum came up for re-evaluation in 1994, religious conservatives argued that any form of gay tolerance in school is actually an insidious means of promoting homosexuality – that openly discussing the matter would encourage kids to try it.

But following 15-year-old Justin Aeberg’s suicide – Anoka-Hennepin’s seventh – individual teachers quietly began taking small risks to offer solace to gay students in crisis. “My job is just a job; these children are losing their lives,” says teacher Jefferson Fietek.

Anti-gay backlash was instant.

Minnesota Family Council president Tom Prichard blogged that Justin’s suicide could only be blamed upon one thing: his gayness. “Youth who embrace homosexuality are at greater risk, because they’ve embraced an unhealthy sexual identity and lifestyle.”

And yet this, is one of the myriad reasons why some parts of America are terrible, terrible and thrice I say terrible.

Stand up to this bullshit.


boyjupiter:

One Town’s War on Gay Teens | Rolling Stone
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/one-towns-war-on-gay-teens-20120202

The boys crowded around her on the bus.

“Hey, Brittany, I heard your friend Sam shot herself.”

“Did you see her blow her brains out?”

“Did you pull the trigger for her?”

“Was there brain all over the wall?”

“You should do it too.”

“Dyke.”

“Slut.”

“Freak.”

Teenage bullies may be downright appalling, but true evil lies in the grown men and women who systematically enable and encourage this behaviour.

This Rolling Stone piece will break your heart – and remind you why gay rights should never be simply a case of “special rights”.

When the Anoka-Hennepin district’s sex-ed curriculum came up for re-evaluation in 1994, religious conservatives argued that any form of gay tolerance in school is actually an insidious means of promoting homosexuality – that openly discussing the matter would encourage kids to try it.

But following 15-year-old Justin Aeberg’s suicide – Anoka-Hennepin’s seventh – individual teachers quietly began taking small risks to offer solace to gay students in crisis. “My job is just a job; these children are losing their lives,” says teacher Jefferson Fietek.

Anti-gay backlash was instant.

Minnesota Family Council president Tom Prichard blogged that Justin’s suicide could only be blamed upon one thing: his gayness. “Youth who embrace homosexuality are at greater risk, because they’ve embraced an unhealthy sexual identity and lifestyle.”

And yet this, is one of the myriad reasons why some parts of America are terrible, terrible and thrice I say terrible.

Stand up to this bullshit.