You’ve probably received an email similar to the one below. You’ve probably received it as a forward a few times. Apparently it’s a hoax. According to one of our friends it’s not a poll at all, just a sign up for a petition against Ford’s policies of inclusiveness for LGBT folks. Don’t be fooled, and DEFINITELY don’t sign the petition. The link I received no longer works, but I went on the AFA website. This is some scary shit. If you like horror films, go take a look. The page on Ford is particularly frightening and bizarre. Among the points against Ford: they’re highly reated for efforts to increase diversity. For Shame!!
AFA Online Polling
Where the grassroots are heard
A project of American Family Association
Should corporations be promoting homosexuality?
Take our poll. We will send the results to the largest corporations in America . Several corporations are now supporting the homosexual agenda. These companies have been convinced by homosexual activists and the mainstream media that in order to be “fair and tolerant”, companies must make special rules for homosexuals and provide company money and resources to help promote their lifestyle. Many companies, including Ford Motor Company and Eli Lilly and Company, have begun to support same-sex marriage.
Click here to take the Poll
http://afa.net/ petitions/ businesses/ businesses. asp
Please forward this poll to your friends and family. Corporations
need to know how Americans feel about companies promoting
Who says olim aren’t making a tremendous contribution to the State of Israel and the state of gay Israel?! Enjoy this great animation. And rumor has it LOGO just ordered 10 episodes of Lizzy the Lezzy…
Here we are again entering the season for pride in many major cities around the world. And here we are again reading about an attack on those festivities in Jerusalem. The attack never made it to the actual march, but it was planned to.
An early morning explosion outside Jerusalem April 20 has been linked to the discovery of leaflets condemning this year’s gay pride march in the holy city. The detonation occurred in the vineyard of Beit Jamal monastery when a tractor drove over a pipe bomb device, resulting in minor injuries to the driver. Police are eyeing Ultra-Orthodox organizations, such as the ones that have threatened past marches, in the incident. As yet, it is not clear why the bomb was placed in the vineyard, but anti-pride march leaflets were discovered nearby. Police suspect that Ultra Orthodox Jews from Ramat Beit Shemesh, located near the monastery, may be involved.
This blog contains adult themes and may get really dirty and graphic at times. So be sure you’re 18+ and have an open mind. Also links on this blog might take you to very adult content and definitely aren’t work safe.
It’s a fun read, and very gay-male-centric (which it says from the outset “Uniting Gay Men for Peace.”)
Not sure what it will do for Peace in the Middle East, but at least you can plausibly insist “I read it for the articles.”
As we find our freedom during this Pesach and Easter season, we also
remember the imperative to work for the freedom of others wherever oppression is found. I thought many of you would be both interested and able to help with the need for donations to a new 24-hour shelter for LGBT youth in NYC. I know you all have extended networks of generous friends and colleagues. Please pass this on to as many folks as you think might be able to lend a hand. It is AMAZING what people will give when asked personally. Thanks and joyous holidays to all! Kate
Spring Cleaning?? Don’t Dump – Donate!
Help Homeless LGBT youth at Sylvia’s Place
Sylvia’s Place @ Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) is an emergency overnight shelter for homeless LGBT youth that have been thrown out by their parents because they are gay. MCC Homeless Youth Services (Sylvia’s Place) is opening up a 24-hour drop-in center for homeless LGBTQ youth and desperately need your help! Tooth brushes, pastes, deodorant, soap, shampoo, socks, used clean clothes, pillows, comforters and bed linens are always in need. Any help you can give us is greatly needed and appreciated! Sylvia’s Place is housed downstairs at: Metropolitan Community Church 446 W. 36th St. NYC NY 10018
Donated items can be dropped off any evening after 8pm or Donations at other times can be done by arrangement.
Volunteers also needed – especially group leaders, cooks, and mental
health professionals. Kate Barnhart is Director cell: 718-300-0133 . For
more information, see www.sylviasplace.org, email: email@example.com (Donations are tax deductible).
The building under renovation ( Marsha P. Johnson Center ) will be a
24-hour facility; so that more kids can be housed safely and for 24 hours nstead of 12 hours. Basics like flooring and paint are at the top of the list. If you have either of these items to donate please contact us as soon as possible. Or if you’d like to donate money so that they can go buy the paint and flooring from Build it Green that would be great, too!
There is so much office furniture in NYC for the taking if anyone out there has a way to help us transport the furniture we would be so grateful! Donations of every item will be needed for the new space. Some examples are office, lounge, and living space furniture as well as office supplies. Tel: 212-629-7440