In another thread, I remembered how Dianne Feinstein blamed gays for the 2004 Election loss, and then came five years of unabashed ugliness culminating with Prop 8 and Obama's early term behavior towards gays and their rights.
I think this election was the repudiation of angry white men, not so much gay love. Because I remember how people were towards us, even people who were supposed to be our friends.
And America has its first openly gay Senator!!!
In answer to Mitt Romney's question, YES! I am MUCH, MUCH better off today than I was 4 years ago.
oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful gay...
Not Brian Brown, Not Tony Perkins, Not Maggis Gallagher, Not Bryan Fisher
Is a slunt a cross between a slut and a cunt?
Call me, OP!
In California, the condom LA for adult films passed. Some gay activists saw the county measure as an attack on gay men.
Personally, I supported the condom law to keep gay men (and heterosexuals) who are adult film performers alive and healthy. Voting for Measure B is a pro-gay act.
R8, gay porn is still mostly condom, and those studios which do bareback are out of LA. It's straight porn which will be affected. And since they ran homophobic ads against that measure, I'm happy it was passed.
Let's get together and give Nate Silver a full body tongue bath.
[quote]and an attempt to de-seat a pro-equality Iowa Supreme Court judge failed, OP.
Oh yeah? That's great! He's the one who creepy Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has been campaigning against, right?
12 posts and I'm the first to add Tammy Baldwin's victory as the first openly gay senator?
"Free blowjobs for everyone!"
But you'd have done that anyway, OP ;-)
It's now 4 for 4.
And I too voted Yes on B. I thought condoms made sense. Was I wrong?