Posted by Casey on June 26, 2009
A three year old could see this from the previews, and we all should have learned that from “Borat.” Believing “Bruno” is a true reality experiment is almost as naive as believing “The Hills” is unscripted … almost.
Now I don’t have a problem with a fictional movie that is filmed in a reality style, but don’t proclaim a script to be reality. Face it … “Borat” was largely scripted, and so to will be “Bruno.” I’m still not 100% sure all the lawsuits aren’t a part of the official publicity campaign, and are themselves scripted.
Nonetheless … some are shocked.
“Bruno” is only intermittently funny and all too often the “ambushes” of celebrities and civilians look staged. The movie is even a tad — dare we say it? — tedious.
Posted in Hollywood, Homosexuality, Humor | Tagged: Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, Bruno, Sacha Baron Cohen | Comments Off
Posted by Casey on May 11, 2009
We all know that the attacks on the lovely Miss California, Carrie Prejean, all got started because she said she believes marriage is between a man and a woman. However, her statements weren’t enough to strip her of her title. They actually used to be the major deciding factor in the pageant. They needed something more to take her title from her. Enter the so called ‘racy’ photos of Prejean.
First, they aren’t racy at all. They are the lowest form of implied nude photos you can get. There is absolutely nothing illegal, unethical, or even remotely controversial. She shows nothing indecent in the photos, and is actually far more covered than in the swimsuit portion of the pageant. There is nothing in the photos that we don’t see every Sunday in the sales papers, or everyday on TV commercials. We aren’t talking Playboy shoot, or drunken party photos here. What the photos did do was give an excuse to ‘legitimately’ strip her of her title.
Not so fast!
Turns out that the pageant isn’t at all concerned with another contestant posing in similar photos … in a men’s magazine.
The powers that be at the pageant are trying to make the argument that Prejean didn’t tell them of the photos, but Castonguay did.
They can spin it any way they want, but we all know the truth. A young woman who has the courage to actually defend her unpopular views in a pageant is no longer considered an asset.
Posted in Censorship, Hate, Homosexuality, Hypocrisy, Outrage | Tagged: miss california, miss rhode island, prejean | Comments Off
Posted by Casey on November 29, 2007
H/T: MM …
Obviously, there is a major problem with many of these terms being “offensive”, and there is great concern in reading this list as a former grunt myself. If you are in the Army, but aren’t allowed to say you were a guinea pig … there is a problem.
It isn’t the ridiculous things that have been deemed offensive by the Army that I’d like to focus on here, but the lack of one particular derogatory slur.
There are a couple of words and phrases referring to homosexuals … except for THAT one … fagot.
Sorry John Edwards … looks like you are still fair game according to the Army. They don’t include the f word in their list of offensive terms.
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Posted by Casey on August 2, 2007
I’ve already done a couple of shows on this case, but this is the latest ruling in the matter. Basically, we have a guy in prison who castrated himself, and wants to become a woman. He has fought successfully to have his treatment paid for by the taxpayers because he is in prison.
Well, those taxpayers went to court in order to not be responsible for paying for this treatment, and a judge gave them a big ‘ol F.U.
A family values organization is criticizing a judge’s ruling that taxpayers must pay for a sex-change treatment for a state prison inmate.
The inmate, in jail for possession of a stolen car and escape, believes “she is a woman trapped in a man’s body,” according to the report, and “castrated herself using a disposable razor blade” in a prison cell when state prison physicians declined to prescribe estrogen.
The inmate then filed a lawsuit against the Idaho Department of Correction, alleging a violation of constitutional rights for that refusal.
Now Judge Mikel Williams, of U.S. District Court, ordered the state to provide the inmate with psychotherapy and estrogen pending a trial.
Bryan Fischer, the executive director of the Idaho Values Alliance called it judicial activism “at its worst.”
“Judge Williams has taken it upon himself to normalize transgenderism, and is forcing Idaho’s taxpayers to subsidize a twisted approach to resolving gender identity disorders,” Fischer said.
“This inmate is obviously severely conflicted, but he is a male in every single cell of his body. If any taxpayer dollars are going to be spent on his therapy, they should be spent helping him to embrace the sexual identity he was assigned at birth,” he continued.
Naturally, the gay community is happy about the ruling.
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Posted by Casey on June 24, 2007
That’s right, the US Constitution has been banned in part of Atlanta in order to allow only one activist group the right to free speech while effectively removing constitutional protections from another group.
World Net Daily:
The city of Atlanta has created a Constitution-free zone on public property for this weekend’s 2007 Atlanta Pride festival, according to pastors and lawyers who have been trying to secure an assurance that Christians’ free-speech rights will be protected.
“The Constitution does not apply in Piedmont Park this weekend,” attorney Joel Thornton, of the International Human Rights Group told WND.
There’s nothing quite like a march that proclaims to be fighting for “your rights” while stripping you of those very rights at the same time.
An estimated 300,000 people from all areas of the country attend the festival, which is the culmination of Atlanta’s “Gay” Pride month, an event welcoming “diversity,” “tolerance” and “rights.”
Problem is that there is no diversity, or tolerance allowed at this particular event. Should diversity and tolerance rear their ugly heads … they’ll be arrested.
The pic above is a screen shot from a video recored at last year’s event in Atlanta where the same policy of intolerance was implemented. A group of Christians were told that if they didn’t get off of public land … they would be arrested because their message was not “congruent” to the gay pride message.
Since they were told to move across the street or be arrested … they moved across the street. Where they were attacked by raging gay pride enthusiasts. Again, their rights were violated, but this time the police didn’t even bother to show up. So the Atlanta police department is ok with threatening arrest (which is illegal) to law abiding citizens, but will do nothing when people are attacked … great.
The full video and story are on the link above.
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Posted by Casey on April 13, 2007
Nature will retaliate for this barbarism!
Women might soon be able to produce sperm in a development that could allow lesbian couples to have their own biological daughters, according to a pioneering study published today.
Scientists are seeking ethical permission to produce synthetic sperm cells from a woman’s bone marrow tissue after showing that it possible to produce rudimentary sperm cells from male bone-marrow tissue.
The researchers said they had already produced early sperm cells from bone-marrow tissue taken from men. They believe the findings show that it may be possible to restore fertility to men who cannot naturally produce their own sperm.
Get this … they can only produce daughters if they make this “sperm” from women’s marrow.
Creating sperm from women would mean they would only be able to produce daughters because the Y chromosome of male sperm would still be needed to produce sons. The latest research brings the prospect of female-only conception a step closer.
We just had a study come out that there are less sons being born than daughters, and now this. All hail our new amazonian masters.
Read the whole thing … it’s worth it.
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Posted by Casey on March 15, 2007
Yesterday I told you about a high school that required 14 year olds to attend a homosexual seminar, and forced the kids to sign a confidentiality agreement saying they would not tell their parents.
Well … it’s happened again.
Administrators at North Newton High School in Newton, Mass., have held a seminar for students that explained how to know they are homosexual, but banned parents from attending.
The event, called “ToBeGlad Day,” was the school’s “Transgender Bisexual Gay Lesbian Awareness Day,” and students were given a pamphlet that explains what it means to be “gay,” tells students how they are supposed to know if they are “gay,” and responds to the question, “Will I ever have sex?”
You can see their pamphlet here. They also provided links to gay websites, and contact info on gay groups. Non of which I have a problem with as long as parents are given an opportunity to opt their kids out of the seminar.
This is an actual picture from the pamphlet. This image shouldn’t be acceptable in any school.
Given the transgender subject matter involved with this seminar … I wonder if this is really a girl dancing.
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Posted by Casey on March 14, 2007
14 year olds have been ordered to attend a gay seminar, and have been forced to sign confidentiality agreements promising to not tell their parents.
In what Concerned Women for America called a “shocking and brazen act of government abuse of parental rights,” the school’s officials required the 14-year-olds to attend a “Gay Straight Alliance Network” panel discussion led by “gay” and “lesbian” upperclassmen during a “freshman advisory” class which “secretively featured inappropriate discussions of a sexual nature in promotion of high-risk homosexual behaviors.”
So the school has essentially told students to lie to there parents, and the school has effectively taken parental participation out of the school. You know damn well that if the school’s performance were scrutinized they would claim a lack of parental involvement.
Matt Barber, policy director for cultural issues for Concerned Women for America, said not only is forcing students to be exposed to the pro-homosexual propaganda bad enough, but then school officials further required that students sign the “confidentiality agreement” through which they promised not to tell anyone – including their own parents – about the seminar.
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