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Comment by The Flying Atheist 6 hours ago

It's very disturbing how situations like that can escalate so quickly.  But it's really great to see innocent bystanders stepping up to the plate and helping out without hesitation.  In fact the one guy, in the cowboy hat, initially took it upon himself to try and subdue the situation by talking. 

This video shows just how vulnerable we can be in any type of environment.    

Comment by Sentient Biped 7 hours ago

Crazy guy in Dallas airport attacks man he thinks is gay "Because America".  Bystanders pile on and subdue him.

 

 


What a strange scene. Don't mess with Texans in an airport, anyway.
Comment by Grinning Cat on Wednesday

Heh!

Comment by Bertold Brautigan on Wednesday

Just in case anyone's missed this one:

Support gay marriage or we will marry your girlfriends.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-YCdcnf_P8

Comment by Grinning Cat on October 17, 2014 at 2:29pm

From Brazilian artist Carol Rossetti's powerful series Mulheres / Women:

When MAITE had her first girlfriend at 16, many thought she was just EXPERIMENTING. It may as well have been the case, but MAITE can't recall EVER hearing that her sister was simply going through a PHASE when she had her first BOYFRIEND. (Carol Rossetti)(click to enlarge)

(See many more at Buzzfeed, or see The Women Project at the artist's website)

Comment by Sentient Biped on October 16, 2014 at 8:56pm

Pretty shocking, he watches British people. "I don't want to stop".  He'll be sorry.  Better if he was gay

Comment by Grinning Cat on October 16, 2014 at 8:28pm

"What if you had to come out smart the way you come out gay?"

(In light of the disturbing anti-intellectualism in some currents of American politics, I'm also sharing this video in "The Results Are In: America Is Dumb and on the Road to Getting Dumber".)

Comment by Grinning Cat on October 15, 2014 at 11:49pm

Marriage equality in the US (as of today), with state sizes adjusted for population... makes the red states that still have marriage bans a lot less imposing!

(Colors as in Wikipedia's map. Click to enlarge somewhat.)

Comment by Pat on October 15, 2014 at 9:34am

Burke should be taken at his word, e.g. children should not be exposed to "profoundly disordered" relationships. Ergo, children should not be exposed to the Catholic clergy. 

Comment by Bertold Brautigan on October 15, 2014 at 9:10am

On the Catholics and their new "welcoming stance" - RD ran an article today about the bishops being "more welcoming" to lgbts. This really makes me want to puke. Like we should be grateful for their tolerance of our perversion? Here's part of the commentary:

The new language is nonetheless a welcome change for LGBT Catholics, who obviously weren’t thrilled at being referred to as “intrinsically disordered,” though that does remain the official doctrine of the church. “That positive language is more affirming and will give many people hope. It is much more respectful, and offers a sense of welcome that LGBT people have been seeking for decades,” said Marianne Duddy-Burke of DignityUSA.

What idiots would seek a welcome from one of the most evil organizations on the face of the earth? Continuing:


It’s also somewhat miraculous that there was enough agreement amongst the bishops on the more welcoming language, despite the presence of obvious holdouts like Cardinal Raymond Burke. In response to the story of a long-married Catholic couple who had reportedly moved the bishops with their story about friends who welcomed their gay son and his partner home for Christmas, Burke told LifeSiteNews that children shouldn’t be exposed to “profoundly disordered” relationships:


We wouldn’t, if it were another kind of relationship — something that was profoundly disordered and harmful — we wouldn’t expose our children to that relationship, to the direct experience of it. And neither should we do it in the context of a family member who not only suffers from same-sex attraction, but who has chosen to live out that attraction, to act upon it, committing acts which are always and everywhere wrong, evil.

Imagine the horror! Young people exposed to direct experience of queerism, always and everywhere wrong, evil. Fuck you very much for your new "acceptance," Catholics.

 

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