Archive for December, 2008
  • MEXICO CITY: Gays Defend Their Right to Be Catholic and Catholicism is a Cult
    Posted December 27th, 2008 at 1:53 pm
    Hmmm I had no idea that the Catholic Church considered GLBT couples, "unusual couples," until I read this article.    The article below states that one guy and a group of his friends what their rights to be recognized as gay Catholics.  GIRL – that will never happen.  Interesting news about Catholic here in México in the last couple of days: Just yesterday was another news items about Catholics that read, "Catholicism in Mexico Survives Only as a Cult, Priest Claims....
  • The ‘Rainbow killer’ stalks Brazilian gays
    Posted December 14th, 2008 at 5:22 pm
    The 'Rainbow killer' stalks Brazilian gays São Paulo governor vows to catch the murderer who targets men in a park used as a rendezvous Tom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro The Observer, Sunday 14 December 2008 Article history São Paulo is the annual stage for the largest gay pride march on Earth and home to one of South America's most vibrant gay communities. But a wave of homophobic murders has cast a shadow over one of the most tolerant cities in Latin America. Six months after 3.5 mi...
    Posted December 14th, 2008 at 5:17 pm
    Went to the Basilica to see all the Pelegrinos gathered to pay homage to the Virgen de Guadalupe.  To see a short 54 second video of the Tilma click here. Santo Gay To see a slideshow of pictures I took, click photo below. ...
  • New York City: Homicide probe opened in apparent NYC bias crime
    Posted December 11th, 2008 at 3:30 pm
    This is NOT GOOD.  As we say in Texas, "These people need killing."  OK, I don't live in Texas anymore but I still feel the same.  BASTARDS. --------- Homicide probe opened in apparent NYC bias crime By COLLEEN LONG – 1 day ago NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities opened a homicide investigation Tuesday into a vicious attack on an Ecuadorean immigrant whose assailants shouted anti-gay and anti-Hispanic slurs, then beat him with a baseball bat and kicked him. Jose Sucuzhanay, 31, was a...
  • Gay rights activists calling in gay to work today
    Posted December 11th, 2008 at 3:20 pm
    I can see people being afraid of not going to work for fearing of being thought of as gay.  Can be ill and near death, but I am going to work so no one will think one is gay.  OK spread the germs. Too I think this is a MUY SILLY idea because I don’t think it will work:  What difference if I can’t get my nails and hair done, buy flowers or get a decorator today? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Gay rights activists calling in gay t...
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