I think you're a fool for having this damn site. You're no celebrity, nigga.
P.S. Give me a call tomorrow, so we can discuss your living arrangements for next year. Don't wanna see you homeless, dear.
Tumblr, this is Vinny. He’s from the _. You’ll have to excuse him. He suffers from severe conservatism AND likes to leave me messages like this. Crazy but I love him. My Miami homos rule.
When I get bored, I get blank world maps, erase the country borders to my likings, and create new world orders. My most recent one was global where I gave ten regional governorships to ten individuals who would serve under me. No, I am not the anti-Christ. Map here.
I do want to make a confession because I feel really guilty about something. I know we’re supposed to be the LGBTQA community (please stop adding letters, I get so confused), but I’m still not to the point yet where I am comfortable about transsexualism. It’s not that I think anything less of transsexuals, I’m just not far enough along yet on my road to accepting myself to truly grasp it. I hope I don’t sound bigoted or anything…I just want to make it clear that it’s something I’m working on and something that really bothers me about myself.
Edit: Transgender transgender transgender. I always forget the way I’m supposed to say it. Apologies.
I agree. I can understand them, but I just can’t accept relationships like those. Love is love, yes. But it needs to be pure. It needs to be God-like. That’s it for me.
I can also agree that both of you are ignorant to the fact that you quoted the old testament. If you’re…
Frankly, unless they speak Aramaic, ancient Hebrew, or ancient Greek, I don’t see how they purport to know anything about The Bible. The Christian theologians I spoke to in Syria who are authorities on the Aramaic language and Hebrew said that we have a misconstrued understanding of homosexuality and The Bible. I’ve said it time and time again. Our community (LGBTQAramalamadingdong) needs to be more authoritative in the religious realm. If we can’t talk with authority on the religious issues surrounding us, we will get nowhere.
You know, people back in Leonardtown, MD may have been overwhelmingly unsupportive of homosexuality, but I’ve only ever faced hatred and discrimination in cities. Everyone at home is nice, at least. Or they say shit behind my back. Either way, I prefer not being called a f****t to my face.
We’ll call it Thursday May 27th, 2010. I was walking down the street in Tenleytown. I crossed the street about 10 ft before a crosswalk. An empty street. I realize this isn’t legal, but…I mean, it was an empty street. A man speeds up to the intersection, out of nowhere, stops an inch before me and blares his horn at me. “Fuck you, asshole!” I yelled to him as he tried to speed by.
He put his car in reverse and came back to yell at me “Cross at the fucking crosswalk next time, f****t!”
I took the opportunity to stand in front of his car to prevent him from moving until more cars came. Roughly two minutes later. As I saw cars coming I said, “Now you’re late AND a bigoted asshole,” and resumed my journey down Wisconsin Ave.