FCKH8.com Straight Talk on Gay Marriage (NSFW)

Warning: The F-bomb is dropped on H8. Check out FUCKH8.COM. $5 bucks from each shirt sold goes to groups that support everybody’s right to marry who they love.

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VJnetcast#244 – Bulletproof Pride


MP3 File

I talk about Pride48.com, YouTube comments on “Obama for Gay Rights“, and my new favorite song.

Soundtrack
La Roux – Bulletproof [Sam998899's Radio Mix]
Follow link www.mxp4.com/remixcontest/laroux/bulletproof.html Then click on “Vote on the remixes” to listen and download the La Roux – Bulletproof remixes.

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National Equality March

Watch National Equality March on VJnet.org

On October 11, 2009 I went to Washington DC for the National Equality March Rally with David b and Brian G from TheOccasionalFag.com podcast.

equalityacrossamerica.org

Soundtrack
Fragile Day by A Northern Chorus
This Is Modern Love by Bloc Party
Part of the PodsafeMusicNetwork.com

Blowin’ In The Wind by Jay Brannan

Lady Gaga
Cynthia Nixon
Judy Shepard

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Drive To The National Equality March

Watch Drive To The National Equality March on VJnet.org

On October 11, 2009 I went to Washington DC for the National Equality March Rally with David b and Brian G from TheOccasionalFag.com.

equalityacrossamerica.org

Soundtrack
This Is Modern Love by Bloc Party
Fight On by Soulfège
Part of the podsafemusicnetwork.com

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…going backwords…

The battle for loves recognition has been limited in the state of Maine. As what happened in California the right for same-sex marriage has been affirmed by state law then later repealed by people with out empathy.

Again, I’ve been yanked …going backwards… I shall rise. Wipe dry my cheek and continue. I bear the tides. I see new states of boundaries, of mind and of heart shall be challenged. New battles shall cross old fields. For it has been said that love is worth fighting for. For I am a human being and humbly thank those who’ve gone through unknown paths before me. Making each step a possibility to journey further and move closer to the promise. I am the first born son of Vietnamese immigrants who lived through the devastation of war. I am the first in my family to be born in the land of the free. I am the first in my family to be born a second class citizen in the home of the brave. I can not change my past, but I can shape the path so it will not be relived by children, women and men.


Going back(wards) to the tides. TIDES – HD on Vimeo and on YouTube
By Matthew Brown
Music by Hammock
Voiceover by Maya Angelou

…”History, despite its wrenching pain,
Cannot be unlived, and if faced with courage,
Need not be lived again.
Lift up your eyes upon
The day breaking for you.
Give birth again
To the dream.
Women, children, men,
Take it into the palms of your hands.
Mold it into the shape of your most
Private need. Sculpt it into
The image of your most public self.
Lift up your hearts.
Each new hour holds new chances
For new beginnings.
Do not be wedded forever
To fear, yoked eternally
To brutishness.
The horizon leans forward,
Offering you space to place new steps of change.
Here, on the pulse of this fine day
You may have the courage
To look up and out upon me,
The rock, the river, the tree, your country.
No less to Midas than the mendicant.
No less to you now than the mastodon then.
Here on the pulse of this new day
You may have the grace to look up and out
And into your sister’s eyes,
Into your brother’s face, your country
And say simply
Very simply
With hope
Good morning.”

The Rock Cries Out to Us Today by Maya Angelou

VJnetcast#240 – Obama’s Speech for Gay Civil Rights

President Barack Obama speaks to the world's largest gay political group, the Human Rights Campaign, in support of gay rights, including the passing of the Matthew Shepard Act, the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" and DOMA. October 10, 2009. (Public Domain)

MP3 File

Soundtrack
www.whitehouse.gov
www.hrc.org

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Video excerpts from President Barack Obama’s HRC speech

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Flickr Fridays | National Equality March

We were at the National Equality March in Washington DC, on October 11, 2009.

Thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights supporters marched Sunday from the White House to the Capitol, demanding equal protection for LGBT people in all matters governed by civil law in all 50 states.

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

National Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

Natioanl Equality March (by VJnet)

See more in my photo sets:
National Equality March Part 1
National Equality March Part 2

Flickr Fridays | 0001

0001, originally uploaded by Adam Bouska.

Uploaded on Mar 21, 2009

Adam Bouska is a photographer who started the NO H8 Campaign in support of marriage equality in California after the passing of Proposition 8 in November 2008.

www.noh8campaign.com

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