Including the black one on the left and the Hispanic one in the back in front of the door. (?)
Including the black one on the left and the Hispanic one in the back in front of the door. (?)
…Consists of leftist white women who don’t have boobs worth looking at screaming topless at people that don’t matter anymore to fight political wars they’ve already won.
If they had any real courage of their convictions, they’d drop the bras and storm a mosque.
But they won’t, and never will.
Because…intersectionality. And also…Imams do something that septuagenarian Catholic priests don’t — Fight back.
Dear Jan Brewer,
Did trying to meet LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH half way work out well for the Boy Scouts?
I’ll cut to the chase:
You never want to be in a situation where your enemies doubly hate your guts and take you for an easy mark.
But that’s where both you and the BSA are right now.
To put it more accurately, she and her whole state were bullied and intimidated.
We all knew she was going to veto it. I just happened to think that she and her advisers were trying to cook up a comfortable middle of the road don’t-offend-anybody legalistic-technocratic rationale to veto it. This is why I’m surprised her public statement after the veto was as strident as it was.
He is State Sen. Wayne Wallingford, a Republican from Cape Girardeau, who holds Peter Kindercare’s old district.
And he’s introducing a bill very similar to Arizona SB 1062 in the Missouri State Senate today.
Now I know what the media feeding frenzy will be around here for a few weeks. The good news is that this finally means this town will stop talking about Michael Sam.
The problem for the legislation is that it’s probably already too late in the legislative session for it to go through regular markup and debate and committee votes and full chamber votes before the legislative session clock runs out. Either he’s doing this for publicity, or what is more likely is that this will go straight to full chamber votes and get passed as quickly as possible.
That and the Nets want to sell boatloads of Nets’ Jason Collins #98 jerseys to LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH.
Spot the contradiction.
Michael Sam ready for NFL challenge
Sporting a rainbow “Stand with Sam,” on his combine gear, the former Missouri defensive end said he’s ready to tackle any and all issues that come with the questions about him as a football player, as well as a football player who happens to be gay.
“And I just wish you guys would see me as Michael Sam, the football player, instead of Michael Sam, the gay football player.”
He can’t have it both ways. If he would not have come out, or kept his orientation a secret, he’d just be “OL 42″ at the combine.
In related news, the Brooklyn Nets have signed the supposedly gay Jason Collins to a short term contract, which means when the Nets play the Lakers tonight in Los Angeles, he’ll be the first openly (supposedly) gay professional athlete in one of the four major American sports leagues. Of course you know why they did it, they wanted to beat whichever NFL team drafts Michael Sam to the civil rightsey punch. That and the Nets want to sell boatloads of Nets’ Jason Collins #98 jerseys to LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH. Of course, the fake gay Collins is wearing 98 to commemorate the year 1998, when Matthew Shepard was murdered in a crime that was not an anti-gay hate crime. (See also: Rough Trade).
Menlo Park, California
But the good news is that the “official acronym” of LGBTQMIAPD is about to be expanded a whole lot. Their goal of an acronym that involves every letter of the alphabet may just have been met.
In passing, he says that:
“As a black man, we have so many hurdles to cross. This is just one he has to cross.”
Sure, because black football players are really swimming upstream in today’s society.
Because everyone in the Democrat-left coalition is a persecuted minority. They’re all so oppressed that they’re arguing with each other over which kinds of oppression are worse than the others, the whole bit about intersectionality and progressive stack. Remember one of my axioms: If of the seven billion people on Earth, if only one of them was a straight white gentile man, the other 6,999,999,999 people would all be oppressed minorities.
That said, now I know why he turned out gay. Hitch-Cock.
If that’s their angle, why aren’t they going to Federal court and using full faith and credit as the grounds?
“But we’re not asking Missouri to do gay marriages. We just want them to recognize other states’ gay marriages.”
Which would be effectively the same thing.
OTOH, thinking out loud here, if the judiciary forces FF&C on gay marriages, they can also force FF&C on CCW.
I guess there’s no time like the present.
At first, I thought he was running a Jason Collins style scam, i.e. pretend to be gay in a cynical attempt to augment his professional athletic career. (Note to peanut gallery: You should notice when Collins “announced” that he is “gay” relative to his career arc, the auspicious lack of ex-boyfriends gossiping about his bedroom talents, and the fact that his long time fiancee, a woman, hint hint, was totally shocked when he “came out,” when women pick up on this kind of stuff way ahead of the curve.)
Then I got back to the salt mines last night. Like I said in my morning update, people involved in Missouri state government, both elected and unelected, are heavily Mizzou alumni, and of course Mizzou is just a hop skip and a jump away. So any big news out of Mizzou is going to be the talk of this town during the legislative session. When ESPN scooped everyone to expose the school’s cover-up of football players raping a swimmer, that’s all this town could talk about.
And now that the world media is about to be camped out in Columbia, of course this news is setting this ordinarily sleepy river town on fire and turning it upside down.
That said, people talk, and word gets around.
Contra my initial suspicion, Mr. Sam is very likely authentically LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH. Because his sexual orientation has been something of a semi-open secret in certain circles up in Columbia for most of the last year. And he came out to his coaches and teammates before the start of this season. Only now is he coming out for everyone else.
Still, why now? Why the timing?
Maybe he thinks he’s goosing his draft position.
The problem is, like I’ve been saying in this space for a long time, the problem for the first one won’t be his teammates, won’t be the locker room, but the media. I think the same media who think they’re helping gay men high level professional athletes and helping their cause are actually hurting them, by rattling the sabres and promising a media circus around whoever the first will be. If you’re in the NFL right now and expect to be at least through next season, and you’re actually gay, are you going to come out and have a good chunk of the world’s media ganged up around your locker after every game to ask you questions about sex but never about your job? But for the media’s obsession with gay gay gay gay gay, I think we would already have had some come out of the closet.
Thirty-two NFL GMs running up to the draft in early May now realize that they’re going to be drafting a media circus far more than a future linebacker (I’ll get to that in a moment) if they select Sam. If he thinks he was helping his draft status, I think he did just the opposite.
Here’s another problem for Sam: He played DE at Mizzou, but he’s undersized and underweight to play DE in the NFL, so he’ll probably be moved to LB. But there’s a really long list of these very kind of men who washed out in the NFL trying to make the transition. Maybe Sam senses this coming and is conveniently pre-creating the homophobia excuse. So this could be another explanation for the timing.
Or here’s another theory: The Olympics, in supposedly anti-gay Russia. Thumbing Vladimir Putin in the eye from ten time zones away.
Whatever the case, turn off the low information sports media if you don’t want to hear about this for the next three months.
Ooh, I didn’t just say that, did I? Have I gone too far, or have I not gone far enough?
It’s not surprising to me that this would generate outrage at an all-lesbo school. Women at a coed school are used to this — After all, guys wearing this much in the dorms during certain hours are overdressed.
Wild stars advise family to stay home from Sochi
One of the charms of the Olympics is seeing and hearing the family members of the athletes cheering from the seats and waving the national flags after traveling around the world to get there.
Concerns about safety in Sochi have prompted some U.S. Olympians to tell their loved ones to stay home, however. Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter, who will skate for Team USA next month, is one of them.
He said Wednesday that his wife and two young children won’t be traveling to Russia for the Winter Games. The long trip is part of the reason, but recent news about terroristic threats made the decision ”a little bit easier.”
They live in Minneapolis-St. Paul, full of Somalians and God knows what else. They’re probably in more danger of a terrorist attack at home than they are in Sochi. Unlike in Minnesota, Russian politicians don’t pander to Muslims and kiss up to them.
What’s this really all about? Leave it to me to tell you.
It’s LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH stirring up the pot to complain about certain Russian laws about homosexuality and children.
Which makes me wonder: Have LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH said word one about Nigeria? If it was the Summer Olympics in Lagos this year, would we see overt and covert agitprop and paranoia being spread about Nigeria? Or would that cause a car wreck at the intersectionality of black, Muslim and LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH? Homophobia might be bad, but racism and Islamophobia are worse. Is that it?
Also making the list was Colorado Springs, Colo. (which is ironically the site of ultra-conservative group Focus on Family)
Nice neutral non-advocacy journalism there, Channel 5.
Screw the fundamentalists (or don’t — that’s probably a better policy), but don’t let them ruin your good time…(snip)…keep your eyes peeled for closeted Focus on the Family types.
If these LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH weren’t all wrapped up in the paranoia and persecution complexes they create for themselves, (group evolutionary strategy sorta demands it), they would realize the irony of their own words.
FotF can’t prevent its own home city from being one of the gayest in the country.
They’re sure powerful.
One of the recurring themes over at Steve Sailer has been the glut of white people with Spanish names using the opportunity and riding on the backs of the growing population of Chicano, mulatto and black Hispanics to fame, fortune and power. (*) He has cited Juan Pablo Galavis as an example.
What’s interesting about this is that I can’t figure out who has priority in liberal kookville: White Hispanics or LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH. I’ll have to wait for the thought police to clear the rubble at this intersectionality to find out.
(*) – Since the start of the year, I have a few times seen a web ad advertising that instant coffee Nescafe. It shows a white man who seems to be a firefighter enjoying that particular beverage while in his uniform inside of what seems to be a fire house. The man looks a lot like my late firefighter uncle (RIP, JDB) did when he was about 40 years old. But…the audio track and the visuals were in Spanish.
She wishes he would go back to the tot that liked to play with dolls.
Because…Era of LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH.
I mean, how could anyone complain? This is Amurrika, after all, and Amurrika is all about rights. And people who are both black and LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH have the most rights of all.
And also…shut up, bigot.
Now, will Western feminists take the hint and start thinking it might not be a good idea to let Muslims immigrate to Western countries?
Don’t bet your bra on it.
Lesbian couples twice as likely as gay men to end civil partnership as ‘divorces’ up by 20%
Lesbian couples are nearly twice as likely as gay men to end a civil partnership, according to the latest government figures.
The number of same-sex couples ending their civil unions leapt by 20 per cent last year, seven years after their introduction in 2005. Overall there were 794 dissolutions in 2012, almost 60 per cent of which were female couples, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.
In the seven years since gay couples were able to have civil partnerships, 3.2 per cent of male unions ended in dissolution, compared to 6.1 per cent of female couples.
Sociologists believe the lower rates of ‘divorces’ among gay men may reflect a trend of women committing sooner and having higher expectations for a relationship. Women in civil partnerships tie the knot at an average age of 37.6, compared to men, for whom the average age is 40. Erzsebet Bukodim, sociologist at the University of Oxford, said: “In heterosexual marriage the divorce rate is higher if you enter marriage at a very young age. That might be one of the reasons we’re seeing this [high dissolution rate for women] in civil partnerships.”
Gunnar Andersson, professor of demography at Stockholm University, has found in successive studies that women in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are twice as likely to dissolve their civil partnerships than men. He said: “This reflects trends in a heterosexual marriage because women are more prone to say they want to marry – but they’re also more likely to initiate a divorce. Women usually have higher demands on relationship quality, that’s often been said in studies. Even if you control for age there is still a trend of more women ending partnerships than men.”
Jane Czyzselska, editor of the lesbian magazine, DIVA, said: “Culturally women have been more conditioned to be focused on marriage than men. The stereotype of the lesbian couple who take a U-Haul on their second date, move in and get cats is there for a reason. Because of the cultural conditioning that we have, women do seem to be committing faster.”
It all comes back to Steve Sailer’s axiom: Lesbian women want to be married, gay men want to get married. IOW, lesbian women want the long term relationship and the monogamy, gay men want the pageantry and the ceremony. Lesbian women want a stable home life, gay men want the Broadway production. Of course, these are all generalities, subject to many exceptions — I already know that, comma, peanut gallery.
Therefore, not only do I think that in areas where gay “marriages” or quasi-marriages are legal, that lesbian women are more likely to use those “rights,” they’re more likely to want to end the partnership because they want a quality relationship and are sensitive to the state of the “marriage.” Gay men, OTOH, are probably content if the “wedding” ceremony was a smash; how Adam and Steve get along after that is of no great concern. There will always be the videos and photos of the wedding to gush over ’till death do them part.
Shorter version of this: The Sailer Correlation, pure and simple.
“What’s the Sailer Correlation,” asks the peanut gallery and the noobs?
Answer: Since 2000, in American Presidential politics, the Republican Party is the party of white non-Jewish adults who are/were/want to be involved in traditional nuclear families (heterosexual marriage and procreation therefrom), and the Democrat Party is the party of everyone else. The Sailer Correlation, as I just stated it above, is the executive summary of the combined factors of the dirt gap/mortgage gap/baby gap/marriage gap.
Edsall never really answers the question he poses in the title of his article, except in a superficial sense at the end:
Political commitments are molded by a wide-ranging array of forces from economic security to the type of job a voter holds to his or her place in a status hierarchy or a community. This complexity, and the built-in potential for new fissures, means that any political coalition — whether it’s constructed on the model of a big tent or of a working partnership — is inherently fragile. How well equipped is the Democratic Party to smooth over differences between its wealthiest and its poorest supporters, its most culturally liberal and its most culturally traditional voters? Does the Republican Party have the ability to fracture this new Democratic coalition?
Like I said, the Democrat Party on the Presidential level is the party of “everyone else.” Edsall is asking how the Democrats can keep the motley coalition of “everyone else” together and if the Republican Party has the ability to drop a ten ton wedge in its middle.
First answer: Yes, the Democrats do have a way to keep their coalition together, in spite of what would seem to be massive differences between the individual parts of the coalition and the contradictions of such a coalition even existing. How do they keep it together? Again, we turn to Steve Sailer: The answer is KKKrazy Glue, that is, the left and Democrats fomenting fear of conservative white people and groups, reminding their strung together coalition of “everyone else” that they have a “common enemy” that they must stay united to fight.
Second answer: The answer is no. He actually thinks the Stupid Party is that smart? Why would they try to break up the Democrat coalition when they’re pissing all over their loyal voters and trying to drive them out of any real control of the party?
Third answer: Even though there wasn’t a third question here. Edsall asks how the Democrat-left coalition can stay together. The question he should be asking is how the Republican-right coalition can stay together, when their only voters are white adults involved in traditional nuclear families, and that the party at the establishment elite level is embarrassed by the fact, and is doing everything they can to get them out of the party, to appeal to Democrat voters who already have a party (the Democrat Party), and is doing nothing politically to help the cause of (again with the Sailer) affordable family formation so that the Republican base can constantly replenish itself. People who have all their eggs in one basket shouldn’t be turning the basket upside down, but that’s just what the Republican establishment is doing.
Edsall also writes:
Democratic strength is now concentrated in fewer but more heavily populated areas. Polarization has intensified as voters in over half the nation’s counties cast landslide margins for one presidential candidate or the other. These tendencies are intensifying and have spilled over to Congressional elections, leading to legislative paralysis. Self-perpetuating clusters of the like-minded lead voters and their representatives away from the center.
Except there is no “legislative paralysis.” There is Barack Obama and his executive branch assuming more power by the day, and the surrender monkey caucus of Boehner/Cantor/McCarthy et al. are twirling in the wind and getting as tongue tied as Porky Pig as if they have no idea what’s going on or if they either don’t care or actually approve of Obama assuming dictatorial power. I’ll ask you: Has ObamaCare been mortally damaged? Who has been impeached or disciplined for DACA? If Congress turns Obama down on Syria and he marches us there anyway, will he be impeached?
You know what this means?
Women’s locker room: Women who identify as women and men who identify as women (the latter not being a threat to the former)
Men’s locker room: Women who identify as men
“But Blogmeister, what about men who identify as men?”
On college campuses? Where?
Other than the black afawetes on scholarship, except they have their own locker rooms, in fact, their own separated worlds where they get to “eat their enemies.”
Insofar as white men who identify as men? Here’s Diogenes’s Lamp, lotsaluck.
Remember, if a music video was done in 1978 and featured cars, there were no cars in the video newer than 1978. Remember when cars actually used to be that big?
And of course this is my background to this story. The most amazing part is that some of the members of this Y said that it was “too political” to have pro-life activists in their showers. Actually, knowing that this is Austin, and knowing that this is an organization that has basically truncated the “MCA” off from their acronym for all public intents and purposes, it’s not so amazing.
“What are you hinting at, Blogmeister?”
The reason certain members of the Y in Austin don’t want pro-life kids in their showers is because they know that they will reject being propositioned for homosexual sex while in the shower. Probably the members that are complaining are the ones that would have done the propositioning. You know, some people actually do take that Leviticus thing seriously.
Ooh, I didn’t just say that, did I? I didn’t mean it…unless I did. Have I gone too far, or have I not gone far enough?
Yes, gay America. It was all a diabolical trick on our part to get you to pay more taxes.
HIV Divides Lesbians In South Africa
“The reality is lesbians are HIV-positive. The reality is lesbians are so in denial,” a black lesbian activist in the township of Khayelitsha tells BuzzFeed. A recent study found almost one in 10 women who have sex with women in southern Africa is HIV-positive, but homophobia and the stigma of the disease among lesbians make it difficult to confront.
A recent study found that around 10% of women who have sex with women in four southern African countries are HIV-positive. The study suggests that the main source of infection among lesbians is likely rape. Women are sexually assaulted in South Africa more often than almost anywhere in the world, and lesbians are often targeted out of the belief that it will “cure” them of same-sex attraction. And their trauma is often compounded when they seek help from police or health care workers after they’ve been attacked, keeping them from getting tested or treated for HIV.
But despite this fact, HIV also raises suspicion among lesbians that a woman has betrayed the community by choosing to have sex with men. And this can cause the support network women have struggled to build to evaporate.
Rape occurs more frequently in South Africa than almost anywhere in the world, with more than 54,000 cases reported to police each year in a country with a population of less than 50 million. (Thousands more likely go unreported.)
Lesbians are often targeted for what is often called “corrective rape.” Although there are no accurate statistics on how frequently this occurs in South Africa, almost one in three women surveyed by the HIV study reported having been survivors of “forced sex” and these women were more likely to be HIV-positive.
There is also a lot of hostility toward women who are bisexual, said the Forum for the Empowerment of Women’s Hoboyi, who has had relationships with both men and women. Some believe that bisexuals make lesbians more vulnerable to rape because they confirm the perception that even women who date women are secretly attracted to men.
What we have here is a three way intersectionality between black lesbians, black bisexuals and plain ole regular Trayvons where the traffic lights are on the blink. In the rainbow utopia, hardly anyone seems to want to be tolerant of anyone else.
Major League Baseball to Create ‘Workplace Code of Conduct’ Against Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
Major League Baseball says it will bolster its policies against harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation, according to a new agreement provided to The Associated Press on Monday.
The league is scheduled to announce its new policy during its All-Star game festivities on Tuesday with the players’ union and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who helped draft the agreement.
Under the new policy, the league will create a workplace code of conduct and distribute it to every major league and minor league player. It also will provide new training sessions and create a centralized complaint system to report any harassment and discrimination.
Ah yes, the same Eric Schneiderman who promised to give Al Sharpton a corner office in the NYSAG’s offices.
At this rate, we won’t know whether LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH is an acronym for a lifestyle or a newfangled Sabermetrics baseball statistic.
Should I make a steroid joke?
They didn’t stand a chance against the
mob of unruly high-testosterone men lesbians.
Jason Queree, the man suspected of punching the protester multiple times, has been arrested 29 times since 1995. He has been convicted or otherwise found against for nine felonies, including forgery, stolen property, unlawful firearm possession and theft, and 12 misdemeanors, including driving with a suspended license, vehicle prowl, domestic violence, assault, DUI and criminal trespass.
Arrested 29 times in the last 13 years; that’s almost to the level of Bellcurvius prolific criminality.
Where are Jason Collins’s ex-boyfriends?
Why haven’t any of them come out to get their piece of the publicity for having been a pitcher or catcher to The First?
“What are you driving at, blogmeister?”
You know exactly what I’m driving at. This whole “gay” bit is nothing more than a career-extending scam.
“Why are you so cynical?”
Take your pick: (A) I pay attention, (B) Because I can, (C) Bud Dry.
A long time ago, getting longer by the year, when I first learned about “such things,” I had an implicit choice in front of me:
Do I want to do that with these kind of people, or with those kind of people?
I picked girls.
Yet, nobody’s going to be proud of me today, especially if I had any desire to go Downtown and hang out with all those people who are so proud of themselves.
I would say pride cometh before the fall, but that would be a double entendre.
Coy Mathis and the Next Civil-Rights Struggle
The purpose is to protect modesty and eliminate the potential for prurience in the bathroom. But stalls accomplish the first goal and, given the prevalence of homosexuals and bisexuals, segregation by sex doesn’t quite achieve the second. Thankfully, no one seeks to exclude homosexuals from girls’ and boys’ rooms. Allowing transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice wouldn’t make bathrooms any more sexually charged. They are straight and gay in the same proportion as other people, meaning a solid majority are sexually uninterested in the people they would encounter in the loo.
What’s more, it’s wrong to assume that forcing transgender kids to use the bathroom of their biological sex would make other kids feel more comfortable. Surely the average student would prefer to share a bathroom with a transgender student who dresses and acts like him or her than one who dresses and acts like the opposite sex.
The same arguments go for locker rooms and showers. Transgender students aren’t going to insist on using communal showers, but if a school setup allows sufficient privacy, they should be allowed to use the facility of the gender with which they identify.
Even if there is “sufficient privacy,” it’s impossible not to be naked in a locker room environment for at least a short period of time.
Using this line of logic, then two separate locker rooms are unnecessary. If it’s alright for women-living-as-men to shower with men-living-as-men and for men-living-as-women to shower with women-living-as-women, then it’s okey dokey for men-living-as-men and women-living-as-women to shower with each other. It’s like I’ve been saying here, the end game is everyone in one big shower. Because…civil rights.
A Rush caller today floated an interesting theory about where the advocates of gay “marriage” will go from here.
Before I state the theory, I have to stipulate that as it turns out, the SCOTUS decisions yesterday not only didn’t legalize gay “marriage” in one single jurisdiction that heretofore did not recognize them, but also the full faith and credit exemption clause in DOMA was not struck down. What I mean by that is that ordinarily, all states have to recognize the documents and business of all other states according to the Federal Constitution, but DOMA created an exception to that for gay “marriages,” in that states don’t have to recognize the gay “marriages” of states that do them.
The caller’s theory was that gay “marriage” states would start refusing to recognize the heterosexual marriages recorded in states that don’t recognize gay “marriage.” Now, neither the caller nor Rush himself said what I’m about to say, but I think I know the reason why gay states will do this — Not because they literally want not to recognize straight marriages from normal states, but because they’re trying to create another court case. While there is a FFC exemption for gay “marriages,” there is not one for normal marriages. So if Massachusetts refuses to recognize Alabama’s straight marriages because Alabama doesn’t do gay “marriage,” they know full well that an Alabama married straight couple that moves to Massachusetts will sue in Federal court when they realize their new state doesn’t recognize their Alabama straight marriage, on FFC grounds. And that’s what Massachusetts wants — They want the Federal judiciary to rule that the fact that there’s an FFC exemption for gay but no FFC exemption for straight is a violation of the 14th Amendment. Then at that point, every state will have to recognize the gay “marriages” that any state does, even if the states don’t do gay “marriages” themselves. This instantly basically makes irrelevant all the state-level legislation definition-of-marriage Constitutional amendments passed since Missouri was the first to do so in 2004, as Adam and Steve from LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTHville St. Louis can go to Boston and get “married,” and Missouri has to recognize them as “married.”
In related snooze, the ACLU has hired former McCain 2008 campaign manager Steve Schmidt to ride herd for gay “marriage” within Republican ranks. That’s the best news I had all day — After all, we all know Schmidt’s winning track record, don’t we, President McCain?