Thursday, August 30, 2012

This post Stolen: The story is complete Bullshit, made up by GayINC..


stolen from “Maybe it’s me blog

this is complete bullshit..

In a new study on college students, the phrase “that’s so gay” proved to be hostile and harmful.
Researchers learned this info through a survey among 114 gay, lesbian and bisexual students between the ages of 18 to 25. They reported their reactions to the phrase for over a year.
Here's more

Data suggests gay, lesbian and bisexual college students who heard “that’s so gay” more frequently were more likely to report feeling isolated and to suffer negative health symptoms, such as headaches, poor appetite or eating problems.

Practically every respondent reported hearing “that’s so gay” on campus at least once in the past 12 months. Nearly half of the students said they’ve heard the phrase more than 10 times within the year. Only 14 respondents—or 13 percent—hadn’t heard it at all.

Hearing the phrase more often was found to increase students’ risk of health problems and feelings of isolation.
Wow, the effects of that phrase alone can do this? We really have some work to do.

ok #GayInc where is the Outrage and protests, boycotts of these????

Doug DeVos, Amway President

In 2009 The Douglas and Maria DeVos Foundation, which was founded and is funded by the President of Amway, Douglas DeVos, donated $500,000 to the National Organization for Marriage.
The donation led to Fred Karger, president of the LGBT advocacy group, Rights Equal Rights foundation, calling for a boycott of Amway and its affiliates, including the Orlando Magic basketball team, which is owned by DeVos's father and Amway co-founder Richard DeVos.

The Knights Of Columbus

According to, The Knights of Columbus donated $1,425,000 in 2008 to support Proposition 8.
Founded in 1882, The Knights was "formed to render financial aid to members and their families... social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works."
With more than 1.8 million members throughout the world, notes that the organization has spent millions of dollars " fund constitutional amendments to ban same-sex marriage across the United States."

Jim Walton

Jim Walton is the youngest son of Sam Walton and an heir to the WalMart fortune. He also serves as CEO of Arvest Bank, which operates in Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas and Kansas.
In 2008 Jim Walton donated $75,000 to Family Council Action Committee's campaign to keep gay couples from adopting in Arkansas.

The Church Of Latter Day Saints

According to an interview with the New York Times, a strategist for Protect Marriage, an anti-gay organization working to keep same-sex marriage illegal, claimed that nearly one-half of the $40 million raised to support Proposition 8 was donated by Mormons.
Another Protect Marriage member "estimated that Mormons made up 80 percent to 90 percent of the early volunteers who walked door-to-door [to gain Prop 8 support] in election precincts."

Thomas S. Monaghan, Domino's Founder

The famously pro-life and anti-gay rights Domino's Pizza founder financed a ballot initiative in 2001 aimed at removing sexual orientation from a Michigan city's nondiscrimination ordinance.
Still, the company has managed to stay out of the public fray. "We're not a religious company. We're not a political company. We're a pizza company," a Domino's spokesman told USA Today earlier this month.

Terry Caster, CEO Of A-1 Self Storage

A-1 Self Storage CEO Terry Caster and his family donated $693,000 to support Proposition 8, the 2008 California ballot initiative banning gay marriage, according to San Diego City Beat.


Target faced a backlash when it was revealed the company had made a controversial political donation of $150,000 to MN Forward, a group supporting Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer, a vocal gay marriage opponent. Quickly, anti-Target groups were created on Facebook, and Lady Gaga dropped an exclusive album deal with the retailer in a show of support.
Even so, Target officials staunchly defended their company. As NewsOK reports, the company has continued to be a major sponsor for the Pride festivities in Minneapolis, and also scores high on the Human Rights Campaign's corporate equality index, which rates businesses on workplace policies for LGBT employees.
"Target is not anti-gay," Michael Francis, Target's executive vice president and chief marketing officer, told The Los Angeles Times. "It's important to set the record straight and provide some context."

Alan Ashton, Co-Founder Of WordPerfect

A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ashton, who made his fortune as one of the founders of the WordPerfect Corporation, donated $1,000,000 to support Proposition 8.

Chicago Chick-fil-A Culture Clash (there some truth in this one)

Whoopi Goldberg to Chick-fil-A: I Stand With You

Antoine Dodson Thoughts on Chick-fil-A

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Do you Remember this: EQUALITY IN ACTION | Postcard Campaign


Do you guys remember this fail campaign. They spent thousand of dollars on it for nothing.

the info of the campaign,

Help Equality NC by volunteering for our Equality in Action Postcard Campaign against the anti-LGBT amendment! Whether you’re new to Equality NC or have been involved with us for years, we know you care about this issue and are dedicated to this cause. You know the damage this amendment will do to LGBT individuals, youth, families, and allies.  Getting postcards signed by your friends, neighbors, family, and coworkers is a great way to both bring the issue to light and to let NC senators and representatives know that voters in their district care about equal rights. 

In order to make a bigger impact, we're asking that each of you gather at least 25 postcards from your social circles, families, friends, co-workers, organizations, and faith communities. Collect the postcards as they are signed, and we'll include a return envelope with postage for you to send them back to us. We will duplicate each postcard so that each person's representative and senator receives one.

When we provide legislators with a stack of our postcards urging them not to vote for the anti-LGBT amendment, it not only makes a powerful statement but also proves there are fair-minded North Carolinians in their district. Won't you help us make that statement?

There are many steps that go into the full Postcard Campaign.  The most important step is volunteers getting postcards completed in their communities. In addition, we need volunteers in our Raleigh office to help us process postcard requests, track outstanding postcard kits, do data entry as we receive completed postcards, duplicate postcards in order to reach the signer's representative and senator, and organize postcards by legislative districts!  

from my old post concerning this issue,

they deliver these cards on the first day of the session. Where the Senate voted and passed the amendment, the next day the House voted and passed the amendment. So in truth not one Rep or Sen., saw these cards fully till after the vote..

These Cards should have been delivered why before the first day of the Session. But those who thought they knew it all, Claim and Swore that no votes on this amendment would happen that fast.. Guess what, they were wrong.. , they delivered these cards while both the house and senate was is session.

yes that right, they blow it. they didn’t want his campaign to be a success, they wanted to fail.. Period. Just like Race to the Ballot was a failure. They ignore over 70% of NC and they wonder why we lost at the polls..

Equality NC is a joke here in NC, even before the Fruit-Loop stunt..

Friday, August 24, 2012

Look what the lesbians have done now, simply because someone said “no” to them

Vermont Resort to Pay Fine and Revise Policies to Settle Discrimination Lawsuit by Lesbian Couple

WildflowercoupleWildflower Inn Will Also Make a Charitable Donation to Pro-LGBT Group as Part of Settlement

MONTPELIER, Vt. – A Vermont resort that was sued last year for refusing to host a lesbian couple’s wedding reception and violating Vermont’s Fair Housing and Public Accommodations Act finalized an agreement to resolve the lawsuit today. As part of the settlement, the resort will pay $10,000 to the Vermont Human Rights Commission as a civil penalty and will place $20,000 in a charitable trust to be disbursed by the couple.

Kate Linsley (nee Baker) and Ming Linsley of New York contacted the American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Vermont after Ming’s mother was told by the Wildflower Inn’s events manager that due to the innkeepers’ “personal feelings,” the inn did not host “gay receptions.” After the plaintiffs filed suit, the Vermont Human Rights Commission also intervened as a co-plaintiff in the proceedings.

“We’re glad that the Wildflower Inn has recognized that the way we were treated was wrong and that no other family will have to experience what we did,” said Ming. “Although we found a different location and had a beautiful day, all families should feel welcome at any resort that’s open to the public.”

The couple planned to hold their wedding ceremony at a Buddhist retreat in northern Vermont and wanted to have the reception at a nearby inn. The 24-room inn described itself as an award-winning resort and an ideal destination-wedding location. On its website, the inn described itself as “Four Seasons for Everyone,” and said that even the family dog was welcome.

Kate and Ming will not keep any of the $20,000 placed in the charitable trust. Most of the trust will be donated to nonprofit organizations, with the remainder used to pay for some of the costs incurred in bringing the lawsuit.

“We did not bring this lawsuit in order to punish the Wildflower Inn or to collect money,” said Kate. “We brought this lawsuit because we wanted people to know that what the Wildflower Inn did was illegal. We didn’t want to stay quiet and allow businesses to continue to think they can discriminate.”

The Vermont Fair Housing and Public Accommodations Act explicitly prohibits any public accommodations from denying goods and services based on customers’ sexual orientation. The law applies to inns, restaurants, schools, stores and any other business that serves the general public. The act contains exceptions for religious organizations and small inns with five or fewer rooms, though the Wildflower Inn fit neither category.

“It may seem strange to us today, but when federal civil rights laws were passed in the 1960s, some business owners argued that laws requiring racial desegregation violated their religious beliefs,” said Joshua Block, staff attorney for the ACLU Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Project.  “People are entitled to their own personal religious beliefs, but when you choose to open up a public business you don’t have a right to pick and choose which customers you want to serve. This settlement reaffirms that businesses operating in the commercial sphere cannot use religion as a license to discriminate.”

As part of the settlement, the Wildflower Inn agreed to no longer host wedding receptions. The inn argued in court that the meetings and events manager misapplied the resort’s policies in turning away Kate and Ming. The resort stated that instead of turning away same-sex couples who seek to hold a wedding reception, their actual policy was to not respond to phone calls or e-mails about wedding receptions for same-sex couples or to have a conversation in which the owners explained to the couple that hosting a wedding reception for a same-sex couple conflicted with their religious beliefs.

As part of the settlement agreement, however, the Wildflower Inn agreed that Vermont law prohibits unequal treatment of same-sex couples, including a failure to respond to inquiries from those couples or discouraging those couples from using the facilities.

“Here in Vermont, we have a long history of being inclusive and welcoming to all people,” said Robert Appel, executive director of the Vermont Human Rights Commission. “This settlement makes clear that when you operate a public business in Vermont, you can’t discriminate.”

More information on this case, including a video of the plaintiffs, can be seen here:

More information on the ACLU’s work challenging individuals and institutions using religion as an excuse for discrimination can be found here:


CONTACT:Robyn Shepherd, ACLU national, (212) 519-7829 or 549-2666; media@aclu.orgAllen Gilbert, ACLU of Vermont, (802) 223-6304 x115; agilbert@acluvt.orgRobert Appel, Vermont Human Rights Commission, (802) 828-2482

I wonder just how many label whores have this?


Louis Vuitton waffle maker, however its not for mass distribution, but I’m sure there are a few label whore who need this.. and will try to get it.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Brian Brown is correct on this one..

Brian-BrownMarriage Supporter —

Let's be clear about something: the homosexual lobby and their puppet politicians' assault on Chick-fil-A is just the beginning.

You see, wealthy homosexual activists, such as the so-called Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, are not merely threatening, bullying, and attempting to destroy a great American business—they are declaring war on anyone who disagrees with their radical agenda.

And why? To bully and intimidate the media and enough politicians and activist judges to force homosexual marriage as the law of the land—thereby destroying the time-tested, God ordained, traditional institution of marriage.

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Equality NC new total bullshit Video..

No matter what they say now, we know Amendment One WAS personal. We know members of the North Carolina General Assembly were perfectly willing to throw LGBT North Carolinians under the bus. If you're still angry about Amendment One, give to Equality NC Action Fund's PAYBACK CHALLENGE right now to help us build our political war chest so we can make a real difference for pro-equality candidates during this election year's priority races.

The truth is that we lost because EqualityNC and it many secondary face groups only campaigned in College towns and other cities with large LGBT Population. They completely ignore Eastern NC. They wasted so much money on new offices and equipment.

While ENC was working the college towns our counterparts where working those small urban towns in the East and those in the Mountains..  Our Lost can be directly connect to Gay INC.. Period. 

How we have a new video and a request for money..

To sweeten the pot, a very dedicated group of generous donors will match all gifts to Equality NC Action Fund by 50% now through midnight on September 20—up to $60,000!

Really, why don’t they just give ENC the $60 thou without us giving the same.. This how Gay INC works..

Question has anyone every seen their tax returns??? Yes, where are their 990’s forms???

Friday, August 17, 2012

Gay Inc and Men go GAGA over Paul Ryan

 Paul Ryan

I wonder how many gay men will vote for this jerk solely because of his body.

Q-notes redesigned site

As many might know by now that Q-note redesigned their site. Yes, it nice and cleaner looking, they added a calendar and few other interesting things.

However they still turn their nose up to the East. You won’t find a Eastern Tab under News at all. But this really isn’t New at all.. Eastern NC has been left out by NC Gay INC for years.. Even Now with a New Eastern Group built local relations in the area.. They still can’t get the time or space in Qnotes..

Anywho.. Life goes on..

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Campus Pride goes after Chick-fil-a too.

Why are they,

“The real issue at hand is that the Chick-fil-A corporation funds documented anti-gay hate groups. Campuses have every right to deny doing business with a food vendor, especially vendors that create a divisive, potentially unsafe learning environment. There is no justification for a business operating on campus that directly funds hate group activity toward a population of students represented within the campus community,” said Shane Windmeyer, executive director of Campus Pride.

Campus Pride mission,

Campus Pride, the only national organization for student leaders and campus organizations working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students.

So Shane just how removing Chick-fil-a from College campus’s protecting the LGBT students.

However everyone knows how this crap got started in the first place, via a kept boy in Manhattan New York who spends way too much time on line while hubby is at work..

I don’t see Gay Inc going after other business who don’t support us, where is the outrage over Exxon? They don’t even have policies protection their lgbt employees but gay inc isn’t going after them like they are doing to Chick-fil-a.

Jeremy Hooper who started this crap need to have his internet service cut off and get a fucking real job. I have to wonder who in Gay Inc is paying him to start these little bomb fires?

200px-Davidson_College_(seal)However Gay inc has bullied Davidson College to end their relationship with Chick-fil-a via a petition.

Davidson College has been in the news as a result of the decision. You can read more at Think Progress and the Huffington Post.

Gay Inc is destroying our communities, via groups like Campus Pride.

However is funny that our community can give some much time and money for this type shit, while they can’t support their own local LGBT bookstores. How many LGBT bookstores/community center have close due to lack of support from our community???

Children should't be subject to life long medical choices

Very interesting statement, which I'm sure the #transinc community will claim to be Transphobic.. in natural. There is nothing bias ...