Thursday, June 27, 2013

WITN Coverage of the Greenville NC Doma Rally

Yet Qnotes couldnt be bother to check it out. let see WCTI12 had coverage of the rally. so did the Daily Reflector, click here,

The only Doma Protest in NC was in Charlotte, according to Qnotes


CHARLOTTE, N.C. — About 30 community members gathered on Wednesday evening in Uptown Charlotte to celebrate yesterday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage.

“We’re here today to say that anything is possible in this country and that we have to fight for every single right we have,” organizer Lacey Williams said during the rally.

As usual Qnotes only reports about event in Charlotte while giving any other cities a food note in the story,,

Other celebrations were held elsewhere across Charlotte and the Carolinas. Supporters of the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights organization, gathered for drinks at a celebratory reception at Cathode Azure, a gay bar in South End. In Columbia, SC Equality held a march to the South Carolina State House. In Raleigh, Equality North Carolina convened supporters for an event at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church.

As usual they leave out Greenville who had there rally which was also on TV. It would seem that Qnotes just don’t care about the rest of NC.. Only Charlotte.. I guess it would have been to hard to search the web for events in other part of NC, to find the list them too..

Important Update to Adult Content Policy on Blogger

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So Blogger doing away with Adult Blogs.. I guess its time to boycott Blogger and Google..

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Gayinc is piss, cause the IFI is calling for Public Morals laws to be enforced during Pride.

The Illinois Family Institute, and the former home of Porno Pete, is calling on its followers to contact the Chicago police and demand that the above list of "public morals codes" be enforced at this weekend's Chicago Pride events. Which should be enforced, we can have Pride with our private parts showing..

IFIlistThough open containers with alcoholic beverages are illegal during the Gay Pride Parade, missing in official police and parade rule announcements, however, are warnings against violating the Chicago Public Morals Laws, which have been on the books for years and rarely, if ever, enforced in the Boystown gay district throughout the year.
The month of June was designated as LGBT “Pride Month” by proclamation from Mayor Rahm Emanuel featuring dozens of social, cultural, athletic and political events scheduled by various sponsoring groups, culminating with the 44th annual Chicago Gay Pride Parade on June 30th at noon. The grand marshal for the parade is former NFL player Wade Davis. Parade organizers claim to attract hundreds of thousands of onlookers each year, including young children.
Use IFI’s advocacy system to contact Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy and 19th District Commander Elias Voulgaris and respectfully urge them to enforce Chicago Public Morals Laws. No one person, group or organization should be above laws that protect citizens from public indecency and lewd behavior.

They the IFI, does have a point, our so called Pride does resemble a porno.. and most of these laws so be apply. Pride days show us a sluts and sexual freaks..

Monday, June 17, 2013

Extra Extra Read all about, Pam is shutting Down Pam’s House Blend

yes its true, She shutting down her very popular blog..


My decision to close the blog is just as reality-based as its content has been. If I cannot produce material at the frequency or with the same level of quality, enthusiasm and effectiveness, it’s really time to close the doors to this coffeehouse — and work to ensure it continues to have a life as an archive, a snapshot in our digital political history. will redirect to archives.

I must confess I will be sorry to see it go. True, sad but yes…

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 ...