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Dan Savage, co-founder of the “It Gets Better Project” — a campaign to inspire LGBT youth facing adversity and depression — called out Republicans politicians on Thursday over their refusal to participate in the campaign aimed at preventing teen suicide.
Savage was responding to criticism by the the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), who on Thursday said in a statement to Politico, that Savage had a “long history of lewd, violent and anti-Christian rhetoric.”
The project has had the reach and impact that it’s had thanks to tens of thousands of people from all over the world who’ve participated. [A]nd no one who participates is required to crawl into bed with me. ..:
It is interesting, though, that not a single GOP elected official can bring himself or herself to make a video, or participate in the creation of one.
No GOP elected official can risk being seen letting bullied LGBT kids know that life isn’t high school and that it will get better for them. It doesn’t require signing off on the entire gay agenda (the president made a video, and he doesn’t support gay marriage).
No GOP elected can back the seemingly radical notion that LGBT kids shouldn’t kill themselves, that they should have hope for their futures.
No GOP elected official can do even that — David Cameron, meanwhile, made a video months ago. Which tells us a lot about the noisiest part of the GOP’s base — lewd (have you seen their websites?) hate groups like Focus on the Family and Americans for Truth About Homosexuality — and how feared they are by even “moderate” senators like Scott Brown.
The NRSC’s attack on Savage came in response to growing criticism of U.S. Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.), who refused to participate in an “It Gets Better” video released Wednesday that featured all other 11 members of the Massachusetts’ congressional delegation.
Savage, along with his spouse Terry Miller, founded the “It Gets Better Project” last year in response to the increasing number of teen suicides of kids who were bullied for their perceived sexual orientation. To date, the project has received more than 10,000 video contributions, including submissions from teh President, Vice-President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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Massachusetts lawmakers are criticizing Sen. Scott Brown, the one Republican in the state’s Congressional delegation, for refusing to take part in an http://www.bostonherald.com/news/politics/view/20110728mass_gay_activists_fau...&position=recent">anti-bullying video aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth.
This week, his 11 colleagues, all Democrats, released a video they filmed for the “It Gets Better” campaign, a series of supportive video messages posted online for young people who may be targeted for bullying because of their sexual orientation. The campaign was started in September 2010 by sex columnist and gay-rights activist Dan Savage.
Brown was absent from the video, having declined to appear, the Associated Press reports. “Sen. Brown's absence in our congressional delegation's video sends a message that he supports kids being bullied or harassed," Rep. Carl Sciortino (D-Medford) said in a press call hosted by the Massachusetts Democratic Party on Thursday.
Brown’s office denied that he supports violence against the LGBT community. “Scott Brown has a strong record at the state and federal level against bullying and believes that all people regardless of sexual orientation should be treated with dignity and respect,” spokesman Colin Reed said. “His main focus right now is on creating jobs and getting our economy back on track.”
Brown is against gay marriage, and when he was a state senator, he voted to uphold Gov. Mitt Romney's veto of a Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth. However, he recently supported the repeal of the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy banning gay men and lesbians from openly serving as soldiers, the Boston Globe reports.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee also defended Brown, dismissing video campaign founder Savage as having “a long history of lewd, violent and anti-Christian rhetoric,” according to the Huffington Post.
Since it launched in September 2010, hundreds of celebrities, politicians and organizations have filmed “It Gets Better” messages, including President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Boston Red Sox. Conservative British Prime Minister David Cameron released a video last November. Not one elected Republican official in the U.S. has appeared in the campaign.
Massachusetts senator won’t tell gay teens “it gets better.”
Fairness Fort Worth president says payments to Gibson, Armstrong fair; TABC spokeswoman says agency is happy with mediated settlements
JOHN WRIGHT | Online Editor
Two years and one month after the Rainbow Lounge raid, Fort Worth’s LGBT community finally has some closure, according to the president of an advocacy group formed in response to the incident.
Last week it was reported that the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission had reached monetary settlements with two patrons injured in the June 2009 raid of the gay bar, which occurred on the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion.
Chad Gibson, who suffered a serious head injury in the raid, will receive $210,000 from TABC. George Armstrong, who suffered a torn rotator cuff, will receive $15,000.
The city of Fort Worth, whose police officers conducted the raid along with TABC agents, previously settled with Gibson for $400,000 and with Armstrong for $40,000.
“It closes all the legal issues, and the damage issues,” Fairness Fort Worth President Tom Anable said this week of the TABC settlement. “It’s closure in regards to the Rainbow Lounge incident.
“It’s all done and closed,” Anable added. “We have closure and we’re moving forward with other issues.”
TABC fired two agents and a supervisor after the raid, and FWPD suspended three officers.
“Fort Worth ran the operation. Fort Worth was in charge of the operation,” Anable said. “TABC fired employees, and Fort Worth gave some wrist slaps, so I think it was appropriate they [Fort Worth] paid more money.”
TABC spokeswoman Carolyn Beck said her agency’s settlements with Gibson and Armstrong were agreed to during mediation in March, but had to be signed off on by the offices of the attorney general and the governor.
“Those approvals came through in June, and so here we are now,” said Beck, who was named the agency’s liaison to the LGBT community following the raid. “We are happy that we were able to come to an agreement with mediation, and I personally feel like our relationship with the LGBT community is a lot different than it was two years ago. And I hope that it continues to stay positive.”
After the raid, TABC became the first state agency in Texas to conduct comprehensive LGBT diversity training for its employees.
Don Tittle, the Dallas attorney who represented both Armstrong and Gibson, didn’t respond to a phone message from Dallas Voice this week.
But Tittle told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: “It is done. They are very relieved. I think they feel that they received a level of justice, although it was slow. The monetary compensation was fair, but I think it was important to both of them that there be change within both organizations. As a result of the incident, both Fort Worth and TABC have taken affirmative steps to improve relations and to be more sensitive to diversity.”
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Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Sacramento, Calif. — Conservatives in California have gotten the legal green light to push a ballot referendum that would overturn a law requiring public schools to teach gay and lesbian history.
The law, SB48, was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown earlier this month. It adds gays, lesbians and the disabled to a long list of other required history topics, including women, African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Asian-Americans, entrepreneurs and union members.
Conservatives said that politicians need to be focusing on finding money to pay for school books, not worrying about what's in those books.
"SB 48 costs too much and goes to far," the group said on their website. "The bill undermines family, community, and responsibility by diverting school resources from academic pursuits to promote the political agenda of bisexuals, transgender individuals, and homosexuals. It uses all social science curriculum, including history books and other instructional materials, to teach children as young as five not only to accept but also to endorse transgenderism, bisexuality, and homosexuality, looking to individuals with these lifestyles as models and viewing their sexual lifestyles positively."
Opponents of the gay history law need 504,760 signatures by mid-October to make it on to the next ballot.
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Homosexual men were told they were “golden children” before being “infected with gay” at a 48-hour straight conversion camp in Arizona, undercover journalist Ted Cox said on Monday at the School of Education.
Cox spoke to more than 100 students about masculinity in the Bible, the overall failure of gay to straight conversion camps and the non-medical evidence supporting them in a lecture sponsored by the Humanists of Boston University.
At the straight camp Journey Into Manhood, homosexuality was considered a disease that manifests in children with overbearing mothers and deadbeat fathers, Cox said.
A popular conversion therapy exercise was “healing-touch therapy,” Cox said. The counselor would pretend to be a father figure and console a camper as he sits between the counselor’s legs and leans backward with other campers’ arms reaching out toward him.
“As I was being held in the motorcycle position, the counselor was whispering into my ear, ‘very long ago, you were hurt, and you put up walls to protect yourself,’” Cox said.
In another exercise, campers were given a bat to hit a punching bag, which was understood to be their fathers.
“We’re going to give you a message from a new father, a father who does love and care for you. You need to get rid of your old father, so swing away,” Cox said counselors would say of God.
Heredity, hetero-emotional wounds, body image wounds, non-athleticism as a child and a passion for art are falsely considered other causes of homosexuality by anti-homosexual church groups such as Exodus International, Jews Offering New Alternatives to Homosexuality, the International Healing Foundation and Courage, Cox said.
George Rekers, a former officer of the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality, was caught on vacation with a male prostitute, Cox said.
Cox said contradictory to the information sold at most gay to straight camps, the Bible has no exact words concerning homosexuality.
“Churches [and the Bible] are more concerned with male sexuality and male gender dominance,” Cox said, referring to the biblical story of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Despite what some church groups insist about orientation, Cox said most homosexuals leave the camp and still lead gay lives.
“What’s interesting is that academic studies who have looked into ex-gay programs…say that the vast majority of the people in the programs do leave,” Cox said.
Cox said students help by becoming more aware of challenges facing the LGBTQ community.
“Speak up, learn about these issues and don’t be afraid to say something,” Cox said. “One of the best things you can do if you are a member of the LGBT community is come out.”
Students said they appreciated Cox’s work and were also shocked by his stories.
“I think it was great that a straight person is going out and taking initiative and making sure that everyone gets the word out,” said Dan Mello, a School of Management sophomore.
“I was shocked at the number of organizations that there are that think that they can cure homosexuality, and I guess I was a little bit shocked at how forward and honest he was about his opinions,” said SED junior Ethan Pravetz.
June 11, 2011 at 6:34 pm
“At the straight camp Journey Into Manhood, homosexuality was considered a disease that manifests in children with overbearing mothers and deadbeat fathers, Cox said.” This is totally ridiculous. Does anyone else see a massive fallacy in that statement? haha makes me chuckle. Thanks for the share.
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Sunday, July 24, 2011
"Last year, Desmond Miller told me about his Robinson Crusoe project and this year, he had it in his hands! It’s called Robinson Crusoe in the 6th Dimension, published by Desmond’s company, Slumberland Press. He’s got a lot of exciting projects going including Hansel and Gretel: Agents of the Coven, Dangerous Knots & Unknown Knives plus a new short film called Souls of Splendor, described as a “comedic short about being gay, geek and creatively lost in San Francisco."
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Saturday, July 16, 2011
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LGBT Gay Pride Parade Route Map Schedule and History
Active military & Margaret Cho highlight 27th annual eventBy Melissa Rauch • Sat, Jul 16th, 2011
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The national Gay Pride month has been set for June in the United States; Bill Clinton made it official in the year 2000. However, it will be rolling into the month of July for a weekend of eccentric and dynamic energy from one of the largest events in San Diego.
This weekend, San Diego LGBT Pride will be hosting the 37th annual Pride parade, a festival and rally from July 15 to July 17. There will also be Run and Stride with Pride, a 5k run and walk, starting right before the parade on Saturday, July 16 at 10 a.m. The parade will start at University Avenue and Normal Street and proceed west on University Avenue to 6th Avenue, it then turns south and ends on Balboa Drive and Upas Street.
This year, the theme is “Pride Around the World”, and the hope of San Diego Pride is to reflect the global quest for LGBT life in all other countries, as well as to instill hope and cause for people all over the world. All ages are welcome to attend any portion of the Pride events going on throughout the weekend.
San Diego LGBT Pride has been recognized for over 35 years. They make their name known by hosting a slew of events compounded into one weekend that grows more and more every year.
The parade has floats that drive through the middle of the streets, and hundreds of thousands of people lined up to watch. It has been said to be the largest civic event in San Diego, according to the San Diego Police Department.
Not only does this event bring out small and large businesses of every kind to support LGBT, but it is also made up of 12-15 percent of non-resident groups who come out to celebrate with local San Diegans.
The San Diego LGBT Pride Parade is the fifth largest parade throughout the United States, and in the past it has attracted more than 150,000 energized fans to watch the two-hour event. This year, the number of spectators is expected to increase even more, just as it has in the past.
The Spirit of Stonewall Rally is the opening event of the weekend, and not only does it bring back historic content and meaning to people all over the world, but it restores hope and confidence. The rally symbolizes events that happened to the LGBT community almost 40 years ago and brings together a group of people who are willing to stand up for their rights. It will begin on Friday, July 15 at 6:30 p.m. in Balboa Park at Marston Point.
Throughout this rally, there will also be a lot of celebrating over the New York legislation that just passed, allowing the right for same-sex marriages to take place, starting at the end of July. New York is the sixth and largest state in the U.S. to legalize gay marriage.
On top of that, they will also be celebrating the final end of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”policy that has demanded gay men and women serving in uniform to keep quiet for the past 17 years.
Frank Sabatini Jr., media coordinator for San Diego LGBT Pride, believes that supporters from all around have helped to make this event successful.
“It has become a giant melting pot of tolerance and those who believe in equal rights for all,” Sabatini said.
The Pride festival will have constant entertainment throughout the day, with three stages for the performers starting Saturday, July 16 from noon to 10 p.m. and it will continue Sunday, July 17 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Highly praised comedian Margaret Cho will be performing Saturday, July 16 at 8:15 p.m. on the main stage.
Although the live entertainment is a huge part of the festival, there will also be 300 participating vendor booths, plenty of food, an art exhibit, cultural presentations, and much more. During the festival, the Cabrillo Bridge may be closed temporarily.
The mission of San Diego LGBT Pride is “Fostering pride in and respect for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities, locally and globally.”
“We encourage everyone to come out and join us,” Sabatini said. “It’s one of the most colorful and festive events in the city.”
Please note that Balboa Park is a smoke-free zone.
For more information and details about any Pride events, call 619-297-7683 or visit SanDiegoPride.org.
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Special thanks for the troops who marched - bet those who are still against this have
never even put on a uniform!
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