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Top model Sean O’Pry covers and starring new editorial for DSection Magazine Issue #13 shot by Doug Inglish, styled in luxury garments by styled by Nicolas Klam.

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 24 aprile 2015

It’s Openly Secular Day

Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:

I forgot about today being Openly Secular Day, a day to “come out” as a nonbeliever and opponent of religious incursions into government. There’s a website on which you’re asked to tell one person that you’re openly secular (I presume this applies in the U.S., not Pakistan!).

I don’t know anybody who doesn’t already know this about me, but I’ll try to find one. In the meantime, if any readers want to offer testimony in the comments that they’ve “come out” about their nonbelief, please feel free to do so. Or if you’ve discovered people who you didn’t know were nonbelievers (John Davidson is a big one on the internet now), put their names below, too.

Here’s the video from that site:

After it’s finished, the video will continue on to other people’s recorded testimonies.

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 24 aprile 2015

Una buona ragione per abolire l’anonimato sulla Rete

Prima che esistesse Internet, se uno voleva commentare una notizia, o un articolo, scriveva al giornale preferito nelle Lettere al Direttore. Le lettere con insulti, diffamazioni, minacce e incitamenti all’odio e violenza venivano cestinate. Chi scriveva  era tenuto a firmarsi con nome e cognome, il che contribuiva a frenare le intemperanze verbali.

Oggi la Rete consente un illusorio anonimato (si può essere identificati dal codice IP se si una il proprio computer o iphone, tablet, etc,),, e persone che probabilmente nelle interazioni personali  si controllano,si sentono autorizzati a vomitare bile e rabbia con una violenza verbale mai vista. Ne sa qualcosa Gianni Morandi, che per aver fatto presente che cento anni fa noi italiani eravamo migranti, è stato aggredito con virulente contumelie  grondanti razzismo.. C’è chi ,” gioisce” perché dei migranti sono annegati nel Canale di Sicilia, chi  parteggia per i criminali che aggrediscono ragazzi gay che osano tenersi per mano o baciarsi in pubblico, chi minaccia di morte e fa  pesanti insinuazioni personali sull’interlocutore virtuale. Insomma, l’inciviltà dilaga in Rete. La soluzione? Chi posta commenti o twitta dovrebbe identificarsi con nome, cognome e luogo di residenza, obbligatoriamente. Così si renderebbe la gente responsabile di quello che scrive. E certa gente ci penserebbe due volte prima di minacciare, diffamare, incitate alla violenza, essendo consapevole che può essere chiamata a rispondere personalmente di questi reati.

Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 24 aprile 2015

Gay che si ammazzano, così, a caso.

Originally posted on Lo Strano Anello:

Visto che mi dicono che non so essere sintetico, stavolta arrivo subito al dunque: un certo Gandolfini, neurochirurgo che si diletta anche di omosessualità, ha affermato che i gay si suicidano perché sono gay (così, a caso), non per l’omofobia.

Così prevedibile.

Ho in effetti scritto recentemente sui problemi della depressione e del suicidio fra gli omosessuali (che sia letto negli ambienti omofobici? Personalmente, sono parecchio sicuro che mi leggano, ma non vedo necessariamente un collegamento fra le due cose). In quell’articolo scrissi anche, in nota a piè di pagina, che poiché gli omofobi soffrono di una nota patologia psichiatrica chiamata “faccia come il culo”, di solito hanno la faccia di culo di lavarsi le mani della responsabilità del disagio psicologico degli omosessuali, e dei suicidi o tentati suicidi che seguono ad un tale disagio, dicendo che non è colpa dell’omofobia (ovvero colpa loro), ma che i gay si suicidano…

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 23 aprile 2015

Yes, Homosexuality Absolutely is A Choice

Originally posted on john pavlovitz:

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Confession time.

To all of my Christian brothers and sisters who insist that homosexuality is a choice, I need to break down and finally admit something: I agree with you.

I believe that it absolutely is a choice too, only not in the way that you may have meant.

But I guess that’s largely the crux of the problem we have here. I think you use your terms too loosely without really thinking them through. When you say quite matter-of-factly that homosexualityis a choice, I’m not sure you really know in that moment, just what you mean by “homosexuality”.

Far too often Christian, when you make the statement that being gay is a sin, what you’re really doing without realizing it is reducing all LGBT people down to a sex act; as if that alone defines sexuality.

You’re denying any emotional component in their lives; any capacity to feel real love or show genuine affection toward someone…

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 20 aprile 2015

BLUE STRENGTH

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Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.

Special submitting a new story for all of us with dashing beautiful model Wesley Campbell at the front of the camera and behind is photographer Viktor Klimenko, story entitled Blue Strength.

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 20 aprile 2015

Vestirsi da omosessuali

Originally posted on Il lato fucsia della forza:

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Prima vennero Dolce & Gabbana con i loro bambini sintetici. Poi in mezzo, mettici un/a qualsiasi Adinolfi, Miriano o ex comici falliti e altra voce a caso che dicono cose senza senso contro gay, lesbiche e trans. Alla fiera della boiata, infine, arriva lui: Giorgio Armani. Il quale, in un momento di evidente poca lucidità, proferisce: «Un omosessuale è un uomo al 100%. Non ha bisogno di vestirsi da omosessuale».

Al di là del fatto che dovrebbe spiegarci come si veste un gay – di solito vado in giro così come si abbigliano i miei colleghi eterosessuali, a volte sono più elegante e a volte più sciatto – c’è da chiedersi a quale tasso di mascolinità si rifà nella valutazione su ciò che deve o non deve mettere un maschio da considerarsi tale. Anche perché, se guardiamo alcune delle sue sfilate, non ne esce certo il modello “old Sparta”.

Detto questo, direi a questo gentile signore che più che i vestiti da omosessuale…

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 20 aprile 2015

Adam Phillips ponders the weather

Originally posted on BosGuy:

handsome, hunk, sexy guy, hairyAdam seems to be confused about the weather. But he seems to pull off the ‘contemplative’ look convincingly enough in his Emporio Armani underwear. Watch out Max Emerson.

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Pubblicato da: rainbowman56 | 20 aprile 2015

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