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Feminist, Lesbian, Communist Girl Scouts from Planet Abortion!

Posted in Current Events, Gay, Humor/Satire, Political, Religious with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 22, 2012 by Marco

Sounds like a cheesy b-movie, right?  No.  According to Bob Morris the Girl Scouts are trying to turn your sweet little girls gay, feminist and/or communist.  Further more, they apparently don’t promote Christianity enough.  Bob, who is a Republican (surprise!), claims that those adorable little cookie peddlers have a hidden agenda of subverting our precious American values.

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This Exists.

Posted in Epic, Gay, Humor/Satire with tags , , on March 29, 2011 by MSchroen

I was born 13 years ago in Washington D.C.
My mother and my father explained the world to me
I listened very closely but I did not agree
Instead I came up with my own philosophy

Don’t tell me that I should act like you
Or do the same as other do
To stand out in a noisy crowd
You must make sure your voice is loud (loud)
To others it sounds false
But that’s the way I roll
I know what I say is true
Let me explain to you

I’m Zack!
Stand back
Class act
You can take it from me, unique!
Tres chique
The peek of fabulosity
Don’t you wish you could be Zachary

I’m not afraid to do my thing despite what I’ve been told
I’d rather watch an apple ____ than the super bowl
I rather dance to Hairspray than my fathers rock n’ roll
I rather eat a hot dog than my mother’s Casserole

I like singing in the Shul
And spending time with friends at school
Or swimming in a swimming pool
As long as the water is not too cool
Gardening and pottery
Cooking and gemmology
Science and technology
They all interest me

I’m Zack!
Stand back
Class act
You can take it from me, unique!
Tres chique
The peek of fabulosity
Don’t you wish you could be me

Same Sex Marriage: The Final Frontier of Civil Rights?

Posted in Gay, Political with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 5, 2010 by Marco

Americans have made great strides in equality since our nation’s birth in 1776.  The abolishment of slavery, woman’s liberation and the civil rights movement are undeniably among our greatest accomplishments as a people.  And while a woman’s right to equality in the workplace and a black man’s right to vote are now universally accepted tenants of American culture, it’s easy to forget that these rights weren’t always so obvious to many.  For example, prior to the Civil War, blacks were not permitted to marry in all areas of the United States, due to an ill-conceived notion that they were somehow less than human.  Likewise, mixed race couples could not engage in a legally recognized union as late as 1967 in sixteen states.  In regards to both of these examples, political and religious opposition was prevalent, in fact, it was not at all uncommon to hear opponents of both issues label them as “Evil”, or “Against God” but today we look back on these issues and ask “What were they thinking?”.  We, modern Americans, understand that marriage is a basic right and we should be free to marry as we see fit and be recognized as such.  …Or do we?

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