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https://plus.google.com/116844598385270531281 mike gupton : Dim the lights and get comfy when Neil Tyson chats with sex columnist Dan Savage about modern love. ...
Dim the lights and get comfy when Neil Tyson chats with sex columnist Dan Savage about modern love. Chuck Nice and biological anthropologist Helen Fisher look at sex scientifically, and Bill Nye rants about… what else?

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https://plus.google.com/102521696831611332763 Sacerdotus Sacerdotvs : Dan Savage the bigot.  Teens know better than to endorse hate.
Dan Savage the bigot.  Teens know better than to endorse hate.
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LGBT activist Dan Savage is indeed an "intellectual savage."  He is responsible for the futile nonsensical "it gets better" propaganda in which actors were paid to give false hope to homosexuals that somehow life will get bet...
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“We can learn to ignore the bullshit in the Bible about gay people. The same way we have learned to ignore the bullshit in the Bible about shellfish, about slavery, about dinner, about farming, about menstruation, about virginity, about masturbation.” - Dan Savage
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“We can learn to ignore the bullshit in the Bible about gay people. The same way we have learned to ignore the bullshit in the Bible about shellfish, about slavery, about dinner, about farming, about menstruation, about virginity, about masturbation.” - Dan Savage
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Elkhart teen on sex-offender registry generating national attention, spurring questions about use of registries. He's been featured in New York Times, ABC's Nightline, Dan Savage pod cast, of course The Elkhart Truth and many other media outlets. #ZachAnderson   #SexOffenderRegistry   #Indiana   #Michigan   #Elkhart   #HotOrNot  
Elkhart teen on sex-offender registry generating national attention, spurring questions about use of registries
Zach Anderson’s case is to be featured on ABC’s late-night news program, ’Nightline.’
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

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Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/117008313605799965728 Ron Dobbs : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

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Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

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Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

http://tinyurl.com/q66gzpw
Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

http://tinyurl.com/q66gzpw
Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

http://tinyurl.com/q66gzpw
Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

http://tinyurl.com/q66gzpw
Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they...
OR as Dan Savage so aptly headed this with a TWEET: 
If Kids Got Raped as often at McDonalds’ as they do ....at CHURCH.

At 25 She returned to meet with ‪#‎VineLifeChurch‬ leaders on March 15, 2013 and told them what had happened (over seven years) with the youth pastor, according to an affidavit. She spoke with pastors Young and Bennell and church elder Warren Williams for about two hours and an audio recording was made of the meeting, according to a police report.
Church leaders suspended Jason Roberson and began an internal investigation, but they never reported the alleged sexual abuse to police.@StopPatriarchy

http://tinyurl.com/q66gzpw
Longmont church elders sentenced for failure to report abuse
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Four leaders of a Longmont church have been sentenced for failing to report sexual-assault allegations against the church's youth pastor in 2013.
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https://plus.google.com/113676839720462714657 Gaybourhood : A man who tried to organise a ‘Heterosexual Pride’ parade has blamed gay people for no-one else turning...
A man who tried to organise a ‘Heterosexual Pride’ parade has blamed gay people for no-one else turning up.

Seattle-based Anthony Rebello has attempted to hold an event yesterday on the city’s Capitol Hil, to celebrate heterosexuals and heterosexuality.

Creating a public Facebook event, he wrote: “We all have the right to celebrate the way of life we have chosen for ourselves. In the name of equality & equal rights, I have created this event to celebrate our right to be heterosexual, and to encourage younger heterosexuals that they should be proud of their heterosexuality.”

However, despite inviting thousands of people to come via Facebook – Rebello appears to be the only attendee of the actual parade, posting a photograph of himself holding black balloons and a ‘straight pride’ sign.

He claimed in a follow-up Facebook post: “A lot of heterosexuals don’t want their pictures taken because they are scared of the LGBT community. Look at the way they have treated me.

“A list of angry gay people have been created, and these people have done nothing but embarass the gay community.”

Blogger Dan Savage wrote a post mocking the event, adding that it is already the “single straightest weekend of the year” in Seattle due to the Capitol Hill Block Party festival.
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https://plus.google.com/108429188752459483972 Ekrem Tos : In today's Capitalist State System, Zionist Gay lobby is stronger than Prophet Moses. And homosexual...
In today's Capitalist State System, Zionist Gay lobby is stronger than Prophet Moses. And homosexual polit-whores have more flexible polit-roles between overclass categories in the officially areas.
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Jews Run the Homosexual Movement both in America and in the EU; freak Schutzpach Homosexual Activism Led and Funded by People of Jewish Heritage
May 5, 2008
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News from the West provides the evidence that a disproportionate number of the most radical elements in the militant homosexual rights lobby are of Jewish origin. . . .

Here is an exhaustive list proving, once and for all, that the radical homosexual movement in the United States is a Jewish movement. Jews created it and run it from top to bottom. They are pushing the perversion and degeneracy that is spreading disease, sin and sickness through America like a wildfire.

-The West
Larry Kramer -- co-founder of "Act Up," a homosexual/AIDS activist organization; co-founder of the Gay Men's Health Crisis

Alan Klein -- co-founder of group ACT UP, co-founder of group Queer Nation, National Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD]. Klein also co-founded the successful multimedia campaign STOPDRLAURA.COM

Arnie Kantrowitz -- co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD].

Jonathan D. Katz -- founded and chairs the Harvey Milk Institute, the largest queer studies institute in the world. A long time queer political activist, was a co-founder of Queer Nation, [the key San Francisco branch].

Harvey Fierstein -- film actor [Mrs. Doubtfire]; well-known gay activist.

Moisés Kaufman -- playwright and film director [The Laramie Project].

Israel Fishman -- founder of the Gay Liberation Caucus in 1970 [now known as the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Round Table of the American Library Association], the world's first gay professional organization.

Bella Abzug and Edward Koch -- both Jewish -- the first members of the U.S. House of Representatives to introduce legislation banning discrimination based on sexual orientation [1974].

Winnie Stachelberg -- political director, Human Rights Campaign [HRC]

Michael S. Aronowitz, The New York Log Cabin Republicans.

Tony Kushner -- gay activist; Tony and 1993 Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright [for Angels in America, 1992].

Len Hirsch -- president of the GLBT federal government employees group, GLOBE.

Meg Moritz, Ph.D. -- a Director and member of the Executive Committee of GLAAD.
Barbara Raab -- an NBC-TV producer; a "Jewish lesbian feminist journalist, writer."

Charles Kaiser [?] -- author & founding member of National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association [NLGJA].

David Goodstein -- owner/publisher of the gay magazine The Advocate [1975-1985]; co-founder of the National Gay Rights Lobby.

Judy Wieder -- Editor-in-chief, The Advocate gay magazine.

Alison Bechdel [?] -- cartoonist creator and author of the bi-weekly comic strip "Dykes to Watch Out For."

Kevin Koffler -- Editor-in-chief, Genre gay magazine.

Garrett Glaser -- National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association [NLGJA] national board member.

Ronald Gold -- reporter for Variety; a leader in the fight to overturn the American Psychiatric Association's policy that homosexuality is an illness.

Magnus Hirschfeld [d. 1935], early gay rights activist in Germany; founded one of the first gay rights organizations, the Scientific Humanitarian Committee; coined the term "transvestism"; fled Nazi Germany.

Fred Hochberg -- deputy administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration; co-chair of the Human Rights Campaign [HRC].

Michael Berman -- member, Human Rights Campaign Board of Directors. Mitchell Gold -- HRC Board Marty Lieberman -- HRC BoardAndy Linsky -- HRC BoardDana Perlman -- HRC BoardAbby Rubenfeld -- HRC Board Andrew Tobias -- HRC Board Lara Schwartz -- Senior Counsel, HRC Heather Wellman -- HRC Field Coordinator Dan Furmansky -- HRC Senior Field Organizer, West Sally Green -- HRC Associate Field Director

Rick Rosendall [?] -- President, Gay & Lesbian Activists Alliance of Washington, DC.

Barney Frank -- member of U.S. Congress; helped create non-discriminatory employment policies in all U.S. federal agencies

Kerry Lobel -- executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

Robin Margolis, American coordinator of the Bi Women's Cultural Alliance and author [Bisexuality: A Practical Guide].

Evan Wolfson, Senior Staff Attorney, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund -- and -- the executive director of Freedom to Marry.

Jennifer Einhorn -- Communications Director, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD] Nancy Alpert [?] -- Treasurer, GLAAD Judy Gluckstern -- Board of Directors, GLAAD.Stephen M. Jacoby -- Board of Directors, GLAAD.Matt Riklin -- Board, GLAADCarol Rosenfeld -- Board, GLAAD.William Weinberger -- Board, GLAAD Tanya Wexler -- Board, GLAAD. David Huebner -- GLAAD Counsel.

Richard Goldstein -- Village Voice writer on gay culture and politics

Ron Schlittler -- Director of Field & Policy, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays [PFLAG].

Craig Ziskin -- Deputy Director of Development, PFLAG.

Debra Weill -- Senior Field & Policy Coordinator, PFLAG.

Dody Goldstein -- Board of Directors, PFLAG.

David Horowitz -- Board of Directors, PFLAG.

Shawn Frank -- Board of Directors, PFLAG.

Leon Weinstein -- Chair, Nominating Committee, PFLAG.

Kate Kendell [?], National Center for Lesbian Rights.

Gayle Rubin -- lesbian author/activist.

Hilary Rosen -- a founding member of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund; former board co-chair of the Human Rights Campaign.

Roz Richter, American attorney and activist.

Bob Kunst -- long-time activist in gay and Jewish causes.

"Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network" [GLSEN]. Board co-chairs: Marty Seldman, president

"National Gay & Lesbian Task Force" [NGLTF]. Board co-chairs: ..... Rachel Rosen in Santa Fe, N.M Dave Fleischer -- Director of Training [political training], NGLTF. Craig Hoffman -- Board of Directors, NGLTF. Beth Zemsky -- Board, NGLTF. Marsha C. Botzer -- Treasurer, NGLTF. Jeff Levi -- first, Levi was NGTF's lobbyist, early 1980s [NGTF became NGLTF in 1985]. Later, he was NGLTF executive director.

Bill Rubenstein, J.D. '86, developed the ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights Project

Martin Duberman -- author/historian; founded the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the City University of New York.

Ben Schatz '81, J.D. '85, is executive director of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Foundation.

Kevin Schaub, American; Executive Director and Dean of the Harvey Milk Institute in San Francisco, the world's largest center for queer studies.

Sarah Schulman [1958- ], American playwright, novelist, and activist [one of the founders of the Lesbian Avengers, a direct-action lesbian rights organization].

Susan Spielman -- principal/head of Common Ground, an education/consulting firm specializing in workplace sexual orientation education; her company has worked with hundreds of U.S. organizations, helping them to implement domestic partner benefits plans; co-author of the book Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace.

Gertrude Stein -- wrote the first openly lesbian novel, "Q.E.D.," in 1903, but it was only published posthumously in 1950.

Rikki Streicher (1925-1994), American activist and businesswoman.

Michael Goff -- founded Out magazine in 1992.

Paulette Goodman -- founder of local chapter [Washington D.C.] of PFLAG and served as President of the National PFLAG organization from 1988-1992.

Jeffrey Newman, American, president and COO of the Gay Financial Network; president and CEO of out.com.

Jim Levin -- New York gay historian.

Barrett Brick -- GLAA [Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance] Treasurer.

Robin Tyler -- American comedian [born Arlene Chernick] who was the first openly gay comic in North America; Tyler is also an activist who was the stage producer for the first three gay marches on Washington and the national protest coordinator for the "Stop Dr. Laura" campaign; she produces women's comedy and music festivals, and operates a lesbian travel-tour company.

Dr. Bruce Voeller [1935?-1994] [?] American gay rights activist, molecular biologist, physiologist, and AIDS researcher (pioneer in the use of nonoxynol-9 as a spermicide); cofounder and first executive director of the National Gay Task Force; creator of the Mariposa Foundation [an AIDS prevention research organization].

Mark Elderkin [?] -- co-founded Gay.com.

Leroy Aarons -- American professor, journalist, and founder of the National Gay and Lesbian Journalists Association (1990).

Dr. Donald I. Abrams -- American physician, HIV expert, medical marijuana researcher, and past president of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association.

Johnny Abush (1952-2000) -- [Canadian]; archivist of the International Jewish GBLT Archives.

Roberta Achtenberg [1950- ]; civil rights lawyer and federal official; appointed as Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity by President Bill Clinton in 1993.

Miriam Ben-Shalom [1948- ], American Army Reserves drill sergeant and gay activist; in 1986 she won a ten-year legal battle with the Reserves when a court ordered her reinstatement; founder of the Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Veterans Association [GLBVA] in 1990, serving as its first president.

Larry Brinkin, American gay activist who brought the first domestic partnership lawsuit [against Southern Pacific Railroad, 1982].

Rob Eichberg, American psychologist, co-creator of National Coming Out Day [October 11th].

Scott Evertz, American; in April 2001, President Bush appointed him to serve as the Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy [ONAP].

Gene Falk [?, Jewish name], American business executive; Senior Vice President of the Showtime Digital Media Group; part of the team that launched and marketed the U.S. TV series Queer as Folk; Chair of the Board of Directors of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD].

Surina Kahn -- American lesbian activist.

Larry Kessler -- founding director in 1983 of the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, the largest AIDS support organization in New England.

Kathy Levinson -- American investor and philanthropist; serves on the board of PlanetOut; also on NGLTF Board of Directors.

Judith Light -- actress, activist for gay causes.

David Mixner -- gay activist, political consultant; co-founder of the Municipal Elections Committee of Los Angeles [MECLA], a group of wealthy gays and lesbians who became influential in local politics; president Bill Clinton's Special Liaison to the Gay-Lesbian Community.

Dan Savage -- American author of gay-themed books [The Kid: What Happened After My Boyfriend and I Decided to Go Get Pregnant; Skipping Towards Gomorrah: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Pursuit of Happiness in America] and gay-themed- sex-advice columnist [Savage Love].

Susan Schuman, American executive vice-president and general manager of the Planet Out gay and lesbian online service.

Scott Seomin, American entertainment media coordinator for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD].

Jason Serinus [Jay Guy Nassberg] -- founder and coordinator of the Lavender Healing Network; a former gay activist with the New York chapter of the Gay Liberation Front.

David Sine [?] -- American CEO of C1TV, the first U.S. gay and lesbian cable TV network.

Rex Wockner -- longtime gay, American journalist who has reported news for the gay press since 1985.

Jack Fritscher -- became Editor in Chief of Drummer gay magazine [1977].

Leslie Feinberg [1949- ], American trade unionist, transgender activist and author [Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to RuPaul].

Allan Ginsburg - late Jewish poet and leading member of North American Man Boy Love Association

Posted by The_West on 5/05/2008  

Comments: 
Anonymous said... 
Found this on Rense.com. Great info!

Anonymous said... 
Let me guess. Is this what they did in 1920s Germany?

Joseph Capp said... 
This is absolute nonsense. "Jews" in New York have been at the forefront of many protest movements and Homosexual Jews are many times ostracized from the strict fundamentalist Jewish families. I am not a Jew or homosexual. But the friends I have who happened to be I would rather have around my children these friends, then the likes of you.
Joseph Capp
UFO Media Matters 
Non-Commercial Blog

curt maynard said... 
Joseph Capp, you are one or more of the following three things:

Stupid, Delusional, or Complicit.

Charles Fockaert said... 
So much for homosexuals staying in the privacy of bedrooms where their perversions were nobody's business but their own. Now they are in our face with their abnormality. And this guy Capp would rather his kids be around these types than heterosexuals? What if we all became queer? What then of civilization?
 
Anonymous said... 
Mr. Capp is the ideal man for the 21st century--a vocal advocate for the complete disintegration of his own country--no, his entire culture! A man who would rather hand his own children to these perverts and destroyers than have them be in the presence of those with a healthy sense of race, history & current events.

Carlito B. said... 
This doesn't surprise me at all. Shine the light of truth on any movement or industry that has been destroying the fabric of our society and you will find the tribe members in leadership positions. Prove me wrong!

Anonymous said... 
Well we knew that was going to happen.

Anonymous said... 
The Broad Brush of this could also relate that Jeff Rense is part of the Jewish conspiracy as he is in media and is a Californian with ties to gay supporting Disney.
What this could be studied for is why is it that somes Jews have abandoned their Torah roots and then sought leadership positions against their own faith?
What is it in this community which is causing this as Apache Indians aren't in the same numbers.

There is a difference between hammering all Jews and researching historically how adept Jews were as a group at succeeding. Once upon a time in America Jews were banned from the cloth industry by law. In turn, they went into rags and dominated that recycling venue and made it an industry.
Sometimes Jews went into media and dominated that to the great benefit of America. All Americans can enjoy the early years of Hollywood and Disney in the fine wholesome creations they created.

What needs to be studied is there a pedophile problem turning Jews into homosexuals or is it something to do with guilt in being wealthy while others were worked to death in the holocaust that causes some Jews to self loathe their own heritage and America turning out a self destructive person who is taking part in a movement to destroy America.
Jeff Rense featured this blog and yet his guests and features are people like Devvy Kidd who are anarchists calling for the end of the GOP which is stuck with John McCain to people who claim Jesus and God do not exist.

There are allot of self destructive movements in this United States doing their worst to rip this nation apart as they judge others.

What would be fascinating would be for News From the West to email all of the people you list as being public they have contact information and just ask them about their homosexuality in how it started and if they have an insight why is it that it seems so many Jews are part of this in the context why is it so many Catholics like John Kerry are for aborting babies when it is against their religious teachings.

God bless polit-whores!

Anonymous said... 
Protocols of the elders of zion, is the blue print for it all.

read it, and digest it.

Anonymous said... 
Jew homos are also known as He-Blews

Anonymous said... 
As a fag who is not a Jew, I have seen and known thousands of people in the gay community and very few are Jewish. To suggest otherwise is ridiculous. Just go to your local gay bar and see how many people are Jewish - very few.
  
Anonymous said... 
It should be Zionists run, etc. Most "Jews" are in the dark like the rest of the masses. The "Zionists" are only one side of the problem. The "Zionists", Church(Jesuits/Catholic, Mormons, Protestants, etc.), the Muslims, etc are run by the same people. Instead of it being one or the other it is both. As long as the masses have different definitions for everything and are fighting each other instead of the real enemy, they will continue to win.
  
Anonymous said... 
>>Just go to your local gay bar and see how many people are Jewish - very few.

But in a bar how can you tell who's a jew? i mean is it the difference of the look in their dick being cut or uncut? im very serious, i cant think of a way that one could tell who would be a jew and who isnt.
 
Anonymous said... 
To the fag who is not a jew. It really makes no difference who's in your fag bar. That's not the point. Do you really think all the people name above - Jews who are leading this perverted movement - go to your bar? You didn't address the point made - the JEWS are in leadership positions of every part of this movement. The point isn't that Jews are fags though many are. The point is Jews undermine and destroy every society they attach themselves to.
Through communism, fagism, destruction of Christian values, controlling the media and the money, and now making laws which criminalize even pointing out the criminal conduct of Jews. Our country was founded by Christians. jews have destroyed it.

Anonymous said... 
I thought circumcision(genital mutilation) was required for their male "bonding" ritual, "Jews" or Gentiles.
  
Markus said... 
Good Job! :)

Anonymous said... 
What makes me laugh is the neo-cons worship the jew when the jew is largely responsible for all the thinks they hate such as the homosexual agenda and the liberal media. The first homosexual activist was a jew from Germany and many of the leading figures in the American movement today are jews. Jews also own the media in the United States, in fact Jews own 96% of the mass media world wide. Just remember though, that not all homosexuals are homosexual activists and not all homosexual activists are homosexuals. A very vocal minority does not speak for the majority and these homosexual activist groups represent no one but themselves. Likewise, most same sex attraction sufferers do not take part in so-called "gay pride" parades and do not flaunt their perversion, many are in fact ashamed of it.

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With the finale of How I Met Your Mother recently, I've been thinking about this notion that there is someone out there for everyone. Not necessarily a predestined soul mate, but the ability to find a partner who is right for you, if that is what you want in life. And I have complicated feelings about this idea, so I'm interested in other people's take on it.

Nearly every person who is single, at one time or another, has heard from their happily coupled friends that "you just haven't met the right person yet" - the assumption being, of course, that there is some "right" person out there for everyone, you just have to find them (and also be in the right emotional place to make a successful commitment to them). But then there is the opposite perspective that some people are, in fact, "unlovable" in the sense that they will never, whether out of bad luck or otherwise, find a partner and will remain alone for their whole lives. Dan Savage advocates for this perspective, arguing that only when you give up on the notion that you could find a lasting partnership can you start to invest in yourself and your life and figure out what makes you happy outside of romantic love.



While I don't think either perspective is completely right or wrong, I am irked by Savage's opinion. I feel like it's problematic in a couple regards. One, there is this assumption that if you are unhappily single and want to find a partner, you are somehow neglecting the rest of your life and relationships by focusing exclusively on your desire to obtain romantic love. I totally disagree. I'm a perfectly good example of this: I would like to get married and have a family one day, but I have a very rich life outside of that goal. I dance, sing in a choir, just finished a graduate degree, have a vibrant social life, volunteer for several organizations, and generally have a rich, full life. But I am also single and have been for several years. I am not happy about this. I have many people in my life who I love very much and who also love me, but I feel like a complete failure when it comes to romantic relationships. I have wondered recently if giving up and resigning myself to being alone for the rest of my life might bring me a measure of solace. But doing so doesn't sit well with me, not merely because I hope that is not the case. It bothers me because I know that it is actually a really counter-productive way for me to "protect" myself from the risk and potential pain of opening myself up to another person. It would be allowing myself to shut down emotionally and lose the things I value about myself: my openness, my trust, my ability to be hopeful. I don't think this is healthy at all; it's a maladaptive coping mechanism for a situation that feels heartbreaking. And moreover, it's a self-fulfilling prophecy, for how can you love and be loved when you preemptively decide that you are, in fact, unlovable?

This is something I have been struggling with a lot recently. I feel unlovable. And I don't know if that feeling is just a fear that is so strong, I have made it into a reality - or if it really is who I am. What do you guys think about this idea that there is or is not someone out there for everyone (provided you want to be in a partnership)? Do you think there are "unlovable" people, and that Dan Savage's perspective has merit?

ETA: This isn't meant to be a whingey post about my romantic troubles, just a conversation about this notion of "lovability," something I've been thinking about a lot recently.
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nullSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:46pm
Honestly? I don't think you should spend time even thinking about this, because it will lead to anxiety and stress. This isn't a question anyone can answer definitively, as answering it would require the knowledge of the whole of human experience and history. You really would have to be omniscient to come up with any kind of useful argument. And all that said, why waste your time?

Dan Savage is sort of abrasive but the truth of the matter is that the more people obsess over stuff like this and constantly wring their hands because they haven't found anyone the less anyone wants to date them. Spend your time finding ways to be okay with yourself, bettering yourself, and learning to live with yourself. Eventually things fall into place. And I say this as someone who has been single for a while.
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PlantinMoretusSleepyJean
4/16/14 10:53am
I find it interesting that when this topic comes up (being single, never marrying, etc) people go straight towards an explanation that focuses on the individual. Trying too hard, not hard enough, not loving yourself enough, and so on. Rarely does anyone look at the bigger social, economic, etc factors.

The single-person household is the fastest-growing household type in Western industrialized countries (and a few others besides). The nuclear family is in the minority in many places. The online dating industry is worth over $1B worldwide. There are hundreds of millions of single people in the West and most of them would like to find a life partner, but they haven't. Why?

It's simply way too widespread to be down to just individual choices and circumstances. The economist Rick Wolff has some interesting theories about this, that when capitalism needed a supply of workers, the institution of the family was supported by society through various social norms, government policies, etc., because that's how workers got produced. But due to technology and other reasons, the economy doesn't need so many workers anymore, and so the family falls by the wayside. It does need consumers, however, and single-person households consume more than family households. (One toaster per person instead of one per family, and so on.) Even better if you can turn dating into a profit-making enterprise as well.

Notice that the major TV shows of the 1950s through the 1970s were generally focused on a family, Leave it to Beaver, Happy Days, Brady Bunch, etc. By the 1990s we had Seinfeld, Friends, Sex and the City - shows with friendships at the core and families barely in sight (and when a family member did show up, they were nearly always very dysfunctional). Now with TV being full of vampires and zombies (as far as I can tell since I watch very little of it anymore).... I don't know what that means for society but it probably isn't good.

tl;dr It's not you.
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FluterDaleSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:27pm
I think Dan Savage is trying, in a very Dan Savage way, to encourage people to find the space you are describing: you will be ok, and have had a fulfilling life, if your ultimate goals of marriage and family are not met. Dan's a ... bit of a negative extremist (like myself), and this is probably how he'd talk to himself.

I do think there's some merit in focusing on yourself, rather than on finding someone else. Being ok with who you are and where you are in life is ... more attractive to most people than not being ok with those things. It makes it possible to stand back and evaluate failed romances. To evaluate reasons you may have helped those romances to fail. (I don't know you - I'm not saying you killed love. Just that I know a lot of people - myself, included - who have helped put romances out of their misery by poor in-love behavior.)

I think there are plenty of somebody's out there for everybody. Provided they are willing to be reasonable about dealbreakers. Provided they are willing to be reasonable about in-relationship behaviors. Provided they are not living in a remote area of the world. The idea of one person per person is damaging. It's too much pressure!

I have more thoughts, but I'm starting to make myself feel barfy. Don't be sad. Some peopel suck, but the only person who is unlovable is Dan Savage. And that's mostly to himself. (Hi, Dan! Big fan!)
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SleepyJeanFluterDale
4/14/14 4:34pm
Yeah, I think I get where he is coming from, it's just that negative extremity that maybe puts me off. I really think that when you resign yourself to being unlovable, you sort of shut that door on your own. I totally think there is merit to focusing on yourself and finding other ways to make yourself happy, but I also know that simply doing so is no guarantee that you will meet someone and be able to have a lasting relationship. I also think there is merit in acknowledging that if those goals of marriage and family aren't met, you can still be happy, but you might always struggle with a feeling of lack in your life. It's almost like finding out you are infertile - you can certainly go on to have a very fulfilling life, but you might always feel the dull ache of not having something you wanted very much. And that's ok. It doesn't mean you are weak or pathetic or not strong enough. It just means you're human.
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FluterDaleSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:36pm
I think I agree with you about the idea of resignation ... I just don't think Dan Savage is the greatest person to be taking advice about feelings from. (He's good for sex! He says and does lots of wonderful things about sex!)

I've read a lot of his columns and a few of his books. He seems like a perfectly functional human being, but I don't know if his mentality about the non-sex aspects of relationships is really one I'd want my friends and loved ones to internalize.
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token_liberalSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:30pm
I didn't get married until later in life (42) and I did wonder a lot if I was unlovable and had resigned myself to the fact that I was going to be alone the rest of my life. It was only when I stopped really loathing myself that I was able to start dating again and be ok with getting rejected and allowing myself to reject others. It takes time and a lot of trial and error to find somebody that you want to spend the rest of your life with and the process sucks sometimes.
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SleepyJeantoken_liberal
4/14/14 4:36pm
I am lucky that I have such amazing friends, so I am not completely isolated. I'm glad that things got better for you and that you stopped loathing yourself. That's such a terrible way to live, isn't it?
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token_liberalSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:39pm
It's terrible and the worst thing is that it's mostly self inflicted.
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icantremembermylastnameSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:29pm
I was really unhappy and looking for a partner and I really did forget about every other aspect of my life. So in some respect Savage is right. He isn't right for all the people, but for some he is spot on.
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icantremembermylastnameicantremembermylastname
4/14/14 4:33pm
To continue, because I accidentally published, I don't think that necessarily makes someone unlovable. I'm just not sure about anything anymore though. :/ (spoken as a fellow person who totally feels unlovable)
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SleepyJeanicantremembermylastname
4/14/14 4:38pm
Yes, I do think some people neglect the rest of their lives and his advice to focus on yourself and your other relationships is totally sound. I just struggle with this notion of giving up - does it really bring solace, or does it just shut you off from the possibility of connecting with other people? I rationally don't believe in the concept of an unlovable person - even people with deep, nearly-insurmountable character flaws have people who love them - but it's hard not to let the feels take over.
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badmuthaSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:44pm
I do not agree with the concept that some people are unlovable. Donald Trump has been married many times, and his wives have professed to loving him, which to my rational mind sounds impossible. There are some pretty amazing people out there who are single and just not dating right now. There are also lots of coupled up assholes. Just being in a relationship doesn't reflect lovable-ness, in my view.
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icantremembermylastnameSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:52pm
Oh I gave up and it definitely made me happier. But that was only a week or two ago, so maybe in the long run it wont - only time will tell. However, I don't think that you should equate giving up with believing yourself unlovable. Giving up for me was just an acknowledgment that whatever it is that I've been doing hasn't worked (obviously) and isn't worth the effort so I just wanted to go enjoy my life again, not waste it looking for someone that I apparently can't find. It's a small difference. I totally feel unlovable, but I believe I am lovable, just that I can't find that person and am not going to enjoy life if I spend it looking for that person. I just want to be happy, and giving up to find out what I still enjoy about life seems to have worked (mostly).
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SleepyJeanicantremembermylastname
4/14/14 4:59pm
I'm glad that shifting your perspective in that way has brought you more happiness. I think a big part of this is just about letting go - of expectations and timelines and pressure - and just be present with your life as it is. I'm working on this (I find meditation has helped a lot) and when I am able to just be present, I do find I am a lot happier and more grounded.
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SleepyJeanbadmutha
4/14/14 5:37pm
Well, I definitely agree that being married/coupled certainly isn't an indication that you've got shit figured out, that's for sure!
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PyraxSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:32pm
I don't think unloveable people exist. We forget when we get stuck in where we are, who we know, that there are literally billions of people on this planet that we've never met and will never meet if we stay doing what we're doing where we are. I have a friend that wants to be in a relationship and is single. Every day he goes to the same classes, the same part time job,and then hangs out with his all-male friend group that he's known for a decade. For all he knows, the "right person" is outside walking her dog past his place at 8PM, but he's doing the same thing he does every night with people he has no romantic interest in so he never notices.

I think it's possible for a perfectly fine person to be unable to find love in their immediate vicinity doing what they're ding, and often that amounts to the same thing - if you can't afford to or don't want to move, and can't find the things that will cause you to meet new people where you are, then you may feel like you have no chance.
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SleepyJeanPyrax
4/14/14 4:45pm
There are so many factors that go into finding someone you can connect with and forge a partnership with. One of those factors is just sheer dumb luck. I sometimes think about the balance that you need to strike between believing in love and being hopeful that any day you could meet and connect with a great person, and also not getting hung up on that happening and expending a lot of energy over it. But even when you put yourself out there and actively try to meet new people, you can still struggle a lot to make connections. And that's where I wonder what's really going on. Rationally, I don't believe in the existence of truly unlovable people, but sometimes it feels like such a struggle and when you hear "You're great, but there's something missing" enough times, you really start to wonder...well, what is missing?
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The Real UnsharerSleepyJean
4/14/14 4:35pm
I think that it's one thing to feel that one's life is defined by one's relationships and only find happiness when one is in a relationship. It's quite another to just want to find romantic love and a partner.

If one only finds happiness when in a relationship and defines his/her life on whether he/she is in a relationship, then I would consider that at least a bit unhealthy. In a case like that, I'd agree with Dan Savage in that the person needs to invest in himself/herself to find things that bring them joy outside of relationships.

I was like this once. I defined my life and my success on whether or not I was in a relationship and considered my life a failure if I wasn't. It wasn't until I went to therapy that I started to move away from this view and move more towards the "I do want to find love and find a partner, but I don't need those things to be happy" camp.
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SleepyJeanThe Real Unsharer
4/14/14 4:48pm
It's an interesting balance. I totally agree that defining yourself completely by your relationship status is unhealthy. But I also think that, in my experience, so much of the richness of my life comes from the people in it and the relationships I have with them. I'm including all my relationships in that accounting, though: family, friends, colleagues, and partners. I think it's just about broadening your perspective and seeing that romantic love is only one kind of love. On the other hand, though, familial and platonic love, though important, is qualitatively different than romantic love and one kind of love can't replace the other. If I were in a romantic relationship, but had no friends, I would probably be just as unhappy. Maybe I'm greedy, I just want all the love!
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The Real UnsharerSleepyJean
4/14/14 5:02pm
It's interesting to be sure. I do define my life in part based on my relationships, but not just romantic ones. I want to be a good, kind, and loving person towards those in my life, and I do judge myself on whether or not I'm that kind of person.

I will say, however, that my planning in preparation of being a life-long bachelor has been upended because I fell in love with an amazing woman. While my life and happiness aren't defined by this new relationship, I can't say that it doesn't add to my happiness quite a bit :)
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car54SleepyJean
4/14/14 4:34pm
I'm not sure I'd classify it as unloveable, but I do believe there are people who do not or will not have a major adult relationship in their lives. I'd say I am one of them. I have a lot of mixed issues relating to being with other people that have made me not seek that out, I think that is different than wanting it and not finding it.
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SleepyJeancar54
4/14/14 4:49pm
Yes, I do think there is a difference between someone who does not want a relationship of that nature and someone who does, but is unable to find it. If you feel comfortable sharing, may I ask why you choose not to pursue that kind of relationship?
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car54SleepyJean
4/14/14 4:57pm
I think for me, most close relationships I've had have been unsatisfying or in some cases there have been trust issues, and at some point in my adult life, I decided that it was easier to not have that in my life. Some of that has to do with my own feelings about myself, and some of it has to do with how I've related to others most of my life. At some point I realized I just don't have that in me—and putting myself in situations with others that involve a lot of emotion or feelings is not the best thing for me—it always has been very uncomfortable for me.

A lot of it has to do with more my own issues and expectations of others, than with the other people, but for me, once I came to that place, I have been more at peace and less sad or depressed. I try to take care of my own needs the best I can—I realize a lot of other people looking at my life would not understand the choices I've made, but for me it's been better since I came to that place and made that choice.
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SleepyJeancar54
4/14/14 5:08pm
Thanks for sharing. There is something liberating about coming to that kind of realization. It's not quite the same thing, but I recall being a teenager and having this revelation that I was different from the "cool" kids and I would never be like them, and that was ok, so I could just stop trying so hard to be something I was never going to be and embrace who I actually am. It was incredibly freeing. I don't feel liberated about giving up on romantic relationships, though, so that's where we might differ. I haven't really come to terms with that possibility and I don't know if that's because I'm just not ready to accept that reality.
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car54SleepyJean
4/14/14 5:21pm
Well that's ok too. I had a pretty hard childhood that did quite a bit of damage to me in how I relate to people, and it's always been that way—as far back as I can remember. Having a relationship usually is more painful for me than not having one. It's really that simple now.

You sound like you are living a good life and have many positive things in it, including people who you care for and who care for you—so it may just be that you indeed have not found the right person for you.
I have a fairly close acquaintance who found someone online—he lived in another state—and married him after an online/long distance courtship—they had very little (from the outside) in common—and if not for the internet, probably would never have come into contact with each other. He was younger than her, had a blue-collar job, she had an executive position, had several past relationships but nothing had ever "stuck" and I am not sure she felt like she'd ever marry.

She married him in her mid-forties, and immediately got pregnant—a total surprise for them—they had only been married a few weeks—and now they have a very sweet little girl—at almost 50. So things happen. It seems like if you want it, and you stay open to it, and seek it out in some ways, I would not put it out of range. But I also think it's very important to make your peace with where you are as well—to find it in how you live and what you do the best you can.
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