From Weasel Zippers via TPM:
Obama Proclaims June Gay Pride Month…
President Barack Obama officially proclaimed the month of June 2013 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride month.
In his proclamation, the president wrote:
“This year, we celebrate LGBT Pride Month at a moment of great hope and progress, recognizing that more needs to be done. Support for LGBT equality is growing, led by a generation which understands that, in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” In the past year, for the first time, voters in multiple States affirmed marriage equality for same-sex couples. State and local governments have taken important steps to provide much-needed protections for transgender Americans.
My Administration is a proud partner in the journey toward LGBT equality. We extended hate crimes protections to include attacks based on sexual orientation or gender identity and repealed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” We lifted the HIV entry ban and ensured hospital visitation rights for LGBT patients. Together, we have investigated and addressed pervasive bullying faced by LGBT students, prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Federal housing, and extended benefits for same-sex domestic partners. Earlier this year, I signed a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity in the implementation of any VAWA-funded program. And because LGBT rights are human rights, my Administration is implementing the first-ever Federal strategy to advance equality for LGBT people around the world.
We have witnessed real and lasting change, but our work is not complete. I continue to support a fully inclusive Employment Non-Discrimination Act, as well as the Respect for Marriage Act. My Administration continues to implement the Affordable Care Act, which beginning in 2014, prohibits insurers from denying coverage to consumers based on their sexual orientation or gender identity, as well as the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, which addresses the disparate impact of the HIV epidemic among certain LGBT sub-communities. We have a long way to go, but if we continue on this path together, I am confident that one day soon, from coast to coast, all of our young people will look to the future with the same sense of promise and possibility. I am confident because I have seen the talent, passion, and commitment of LGBT advocates and their allies, and I know that when voices are joined in common purpose, they cannot be stopped."Here's what's really going on:
Homosexuality is not about moon, spoon, and June (until now, that is.) It's really about the sexual act. When a homosexual man inserts his erect penis into the anal orifice of another man, it constitutes an act of violence. It's really not about holding hands, having picnics with Brie cheese and aged wine, and masquerade parties - it's about sex.
And I, as well as the majority of the people of this world, are repulsed by the image it produces in our heads. That's why the homosexual agenda relies so heavily on cute little TV sitcoms depicting cute little homosexuals cavorting and being, well - cute. Except the majority of these "cute little homosexuals" are wearing pads in their undies to soak up the leakage of fecal matter from the aforementioned anal orifice that has been violently violated.
Here's the deal: You want to do that? If you're an adult and understand the risks, I can't stop you, but I wish I could. However, don't expect the rest of us to celebrate and applaud your behavior. And we're not going to call it "normal."
Please (someone, please!) explain to me why the approximately 2% of the population that practices deviant sex manages to get the attention they do? And I really laugh at the useful idiots who are not homosexual proclaiming proudly, "Some of my best friends are gay" Really? How arrogant and dismissive can you possibly be? I bet they have some really good black friends, too. /sarc
Two of my previous professions were dominated by homosexuals - hairdressing and ballroom dancing instructor. I numbered my "gay" friends in the hundreds. I often hung out in "gay" bars in Houston, Texas. I also remember watching someone die of AIDS before anyone even knew what it was.
And my other friends? They're gone, too. Victims of their lifestyles. I wish I knew then what I know now. I would have told them to be celibate. I would have warned them of the dangers they were facing. I would have told them I loved them and wanted them to live long and healthy lives. I miss these bright and creative people.
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