Posts Tagged ‘homosexuals’

Wasn’t it just a few hours ago that we made a People Magazine point about Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson

We don’t all feel the need to get a payday for a media annoucement in People Magazine that YES WE’RE LESBIANS.  We just live out and happy lives . . . like Lindsay and Samantha.

Well, guess that isn’t true for all of the other homostars.   Yes, Virginia, Clay Aiken is gay.  In other news, Mickey Mouse finally admits that he’s a cartoon.

Here is the latest cover of People magazine via Perez Hilton complete with Clay and his baby.

You can hear Lindsay Lohan come out by clicking here:   I’m A Lesbian

A sermon that Gov. Palin attended last month suggests attacks on Israelis are because they refuse to accept Jesus as their messiah.  Read the transcript and hear the sermon.Sarah Palin has says she friends who are gay.  So, she can’t be that bad for us.   I’m sure she has many Jewish friends as well.   I can’t wait for the question, “So Gov. Palin are all non-celibate homosexuals going to hell?  What about the Jewish who don’t accept Jesus as their messiah, are they going to hell too?” 

The details:  Just two weeks ago, Palin’s church, the Wasilla Bible Church, gave its pulpit over to David Brickner, the founder of Jews for Jesus.   Palin’s pastor, Larry Kroon, introduced Brickner on Aug. 17, according to a transcript of the sermon on the church’s website .   “He’s a leader of Jews for Jesus, a ministry that is out on the leading edge in a pressing, demanding area of witnessing and evangelism,” Kroon said.The Anti-Defamation League has issued a report saying that Jews for Jesus has a history of “targeting Jews for conversion with subterfuge and deception.”

During the sermon at Palin’s church Brickner also described terrorist attacks on Israelis as God’s “judgment of unbelief” of Jews who haven’t embraced Christianity.   As Andrew Sullivan says:

Yes, Sarah Palin sat in a church where this message was given. Two weeks ago. The karma in all this is just amazing:

Brickner also described terrorist attacks on Israelis as God’s “judgment of unbelief” of Jews who haven’t embraced Christianity.

“Judgment is very real and we see it played out on the pages of the newspapers and on the television. It’s very real. When [Brickner’s son] was in Jerusalem he was there to witness some of that judgment, some of that conflict, when a Palestinian from East Jerusalem took a bulldozer and went plowing through a score of cars, killing numbers of people. Judgment — you can’t miss it.”

Palin was in church that day, Kroon said, though he cautioned against attributing Brickner’s views to her.

How does Hannity deal with this? After what he said about Jeremiah Wright?


Yes – Marriage Does Matter . . . 

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According to James Dobson, Focus on the Family, and others of such ilk, homosexuality is a very bad thing because homosexuals have:

  • A twenty-five to thirty-year decrease in life expectancy 
  • A much higher that usual incidence of suicide
  • Higher than usual alcoholism rates

Hey!  Guess what!  Good news!   Focus on the Family also shows us how to turn that around.   Lesbians, lebos, dykes, gay men . . . we all need to get married:

Married people are happier than unmarried ones of the same age, not only in the United States, but in at least seventeen other countries where similar inquiries have been made. And there seems to be good reasons for that happiness. People who are married not only have higher incomes and enjoy greater emotional support, they tend to be healthier. Married people live longer than unmarried ones, not only in the United States but abroad.

Focus also says that single men are more than three times as likely to die of cirrhosis of the liver.  Additionally, unmarried people spend twice as much time as patients in hospitals as their married peers and have lower activity levels.

“Virtually every study of mortality and marital status shows the unmarried of both sexes have higher death rates, whether by accident, disease, or self-inflicted wounds, and this is found in every country that maintains accurate health statistics.”

“One of the most consistent findings in psychiatric epidemiology is that married persons enjoy better health than the unmarried. Researchers have consistently found the highest rates of mental disorder among the divorced and separated, the lowest rates among the married and intermediate rates among the single and widowed. They also found that a cohabiting partner could not replicate these benefits of marriage.”

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Damn, I totally agree!  Not only should we let homosexuals marry – we should require them to get married!

Isn’t it weird?  Not only do the effeminate Pillsbury Doughboys over at Focus on the Family want to prohibit homosexuals from having the benefits of marriage, these folks actually have the balls to suggest that we’re bad people because we want to settle down and get married.  

Nothin Says Lovin Like Puttin a Little Divot in a Bigot

Dr. Pop “N” Fresh Dobson – thanks for all of the great arguments to support marriage as the cure for the homosexual problems that you have identified. 

The Government Should Not Support Anything That Would Help Homosexuals Live Longer, Healthier, Happier Lives

The Government Should Not Support Anything That Would Help Homosexuals Live Longer, Healthier, Happier Lives - My God, We're a Christian Nation!

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“WND – A Free Press for a Free People” 

You know about World Net Daily, right?  The Internet “news” site that is also known as “WND – World Nuts’ Daily.”

If you’ve never heard of the site, let’s just say that WND is tilted toward the right wing, evangelical, crazy-conservative view of news and world events. 

Well, finally WND is catching on to the real lives of lesbian couples.  Yes, it’s true.  It really is.

A few weeks ago I described my relationship in a post titled “We’re Not Lesbians We’re A Straight Married Couple.”  And now, WND has an article on the same subject titled “Lesbian Child Custoday Battles and Heterosexual Divorce,” pointing out that when it comes to breaking up – our relationships look a lot like their relationships.  Yes, Virginia, these creatures seem to have the same traits as real humans!

While the WND article tries to make the point, “see – told you it wasn’t the man’s fault when parents act like asses during a divorce;”  the article actually makes a much more important point.  If us lesbians act like married people and have children just liked married people – it looks like a marriage, walks like a marriage – the law should allow lesbians to get friggin married. 

However, the HUGE point is this.   What do married people do when they break up?  They act like asses.  What is one of the worst things that can happen during these situations?  The children get used as weapons.  How does society keep some order to this mess and how do we protect the children?  We have laws and a judicial system to help these families come together and for parents to go their own way.   And, we know that even with this judicial system in place for heterosexual families  – people still find a way to hurt each other and children. 

Now, why on Earth is society (especially the children described in the WND article) in a better place by giving lesbians a who-knows-anything-goes system?  In most states, there is no way for a family with lesbian parents to legally connect nor a system for them to divide their belongings and decide on child custody, visitation or child support.   I mean – really, couldn’t state laws at least incorporate a cage match into the system to give us some boundaries? 

Hello WND – your common sense is showing. 

Kane in a steel cage match.JPG

 This blog post from The Best Sex Bloggers just makes my head spin:

Click here> L-E-S-B-I-A-N isn’t a bad word…or is it? 



Let’s just call the whole thing off; it’s way too complicated for One Lesbo.


1.  I’m not part of a “gay family” or “lesbian family.”   We’re a family that just happens to have two moms.

2.  I used to be sympathetic to those parents who weren’t ready to tell their kids about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered individuals and their children.   I’ve now been a parent for over 6 years and it’s really no big deal.  I was reluctant to tell my son about these things but I’ve realized that I should be able to and can talk to my son about anything. 

True information does not hurt kids.  It only helps prepare them for the world.  

Here are some of the topics that I’ve dreaded but that turned out to be no big deals:  what’s a tampon, how does the sperm get from the testicles into the woman, what’s a bear, transexuals, sex change surgery, a man having a baby, why I have to “adopt” him in another state, why we had a civil union in another state, racial discrimination and one of the hardest subjects so far – toy recalls.   That was tough.   My little one loved his Red Lego Monster Truck that he named Chitty.  However, it was recalled.   After days of adorable crying, we kept Chitty.  

3.  How and when do I explain to my son that some people think that his mom and I are going to hell?  My son knows, in a general way, that some people might not know a family like ours and that one day someone could make fun of him about it.   However, we’ve never really explained the deeply rooted bias against LGBT people the way that we’ve gone in depth about racial discrimination.   He was so hurt and shocked when we told him that some people have “not been nice” to people of other races.   He looked as if his ever present joy had just been knocked out of him and was down for the count.   What will his face look like, and what will he dream of, if and when I tell him about the depth of bias against Mom and Mommy?

Back to number 2.  I have no sympathy for those dumb asses, they should stay in the closet.  In fact, I’d love to keep biased asses out of our schools and out of public sight so that my son can keep his joy intact forever.


I just read an article by one of those idiots, “Exclusive: Indoctrination in Public Schools Leads to Rise in Home Schooling.”  

You know what I say in response to the title of her article:   good, I hope they all stay home so that my son will never be exposed to them.