Monday, August 29, 2011
Uploaded by barelypolitical on Mar 14, 2011Gaga is bored of doing all this crazy s**t!
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Written by Mark Douglas with Michael Reisman
Directed by Tom Small
This is the manifesto of Mother Brainfart. In Vulvulon , a system of interplanetary planets, there were two races of humanoidians, The Bitchy Dancers, and The Mucusheads. On the first day of the festival of the bleeding disco ball, Queen Cornerface decreed, "From this day forth the citizens of Planet Fabulust shall only communicate via Madonna songs. The Bitchy Dancers protested saying "wait, which Madonna songs?" The Mucus heads said nothing because they we're mucusheads. Thus began the dance war. Now watch this unrelated video
It doesn't matter if you make due, or make doo doo, (she bumps into people on the floor) excuse me, sorry. Just turn the music up cus I've got words to say...gravy
My momma told me when you write a song you don't have to be original
Just mash up parts of other melodies like "Express Yourself" and "Waterfalls"
Hey hey hey
If someone notices and tries to sue. You can claim that it's just an homage.
Then make a video with whips and chains it's kooky sci fi gay pride collage
I'm running out of ideas
My dress is made of tortillas
I'm on my last leg baby
I got nothing to say
I'm on a hamster wheel
So I'll beg borrow and steal
Now I'm grasping at straws
What If I bang Santa Clause
When you don't know what to say
Just display more T&A
Check out my butt while I walk away
Everyone is super gay
Gay gay gay everyday
Hey wait, did I mention that I'm down with gays
Don't be a rainbow be a flag
Don't drink the tea just lick the bag
Don't be shovel be a hoe
Goddamn my voice is really low
I just don't know what to do anymore What if I roll around with goo on the floor
This feels disgusting and its really cold, Sometimes its hard to be an attention whore
I have to cheer up this skeleton cus I convinced him to rip off his skin
It's hard to tell if he's still mad at me becuase when he frowns it looks like a grin
Don't go for second best ba...
Wait that's the song I ripped off maybe i am second best.
Copy Madonna so much
I think I'm losing my touch
I think I'll just put on mom jeans and a Gap sweater vest
The only thing left to do
Is to just start boring you
I'm going to shop at Kohls for some sensible shoes
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Sunday, August 28, 2011
'Bright-Sided': When Happiness Doesn't Help
October 13, 2009
When author Barbara Ehrenreich was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was bombarded with wildly optimistic, inspirational phrases. But a cheerful outlook, she argues, does not cure cancer.
In her new book, Bright-Sided, Ehrenreich explores the negative effects of positive thinking, and the "reckless optimism" that dominates America's national mindset.
"We need to brace ourselves for a struggle against terrifying obstacles," Ehrenreich writes, "both of our own making and imposed by the natural world. And the first step is to recover from the mass delusion that is positive thinking."
[There's a much longer excerpt @ the NPR link.]
I do not write this in a spirit of sourness or personal disappointment of any kind, nor do I have any romantic attachment to suffering as a source of insight or virtue. On the contrary, I would like to see more smiles, more laughter, more hugs, more happiness and, better yet, joy. In my own vision of utopia, there is not only more comfort, and security for everyone — better jobs, health care, and so forth — there are also more parties, festivities, and opportunities for dancing in the streets. Once our basic material needs are met — in my utopia, anyway — life becomes a perpetual celebration in which everyone has a talent to contribute. But we cannot levitate ourselves into that blessed condition by wishing it. We need to brace ourselves for a struggle against terrifying obstacles, both of our own making and imposed by the natural world. And the first step is to recover from the mass delusion that is positive thinking.
Saturday, August 27, 2011
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The International Gay Rodeo Association's tribute to the Trevor Project.
The Trevor Project is determined to end suicide among LGBTQ youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.
For more information, visit www.thetrevorproject.org
The International Gay Rodeo Association (IGRA) promotes the country western lifestyle throughout the GLBTQ community. IGRA in collaboration with member regional associaitons, assist these associations in raising and donating thousands of dollars to charity in their communities each year.
For more information go to www.igra.com
Video written by Todd Garrett and assembled by Matt Livadary (www.be.net/mlivadary)
Friday, August 26, 2011
If women are not masturbating, they are really missing out! It is 100% safe, feels great and it's good for you. It relieves sexual tension, which women of all ages have the need for. Masturbation begins with self exploration. If you don't explore yourself how will you know what you like? It will teach you how to achieve your maximum sexual pleasure. You can't rely on the guy figuring it all out on his own, it just doesn't happen, he has no idea what it feels like to you.
Begin by exploring yourself, take a hand mirror and explore the unexplored down there! It might seem like a scary thing, but if you don't know where all the parts are and what they do, you're going to have a tough time learning to enjoy yourself.
Don't look at your vulva and think of it as ugly, it's not! You do not need reconstructive surgery, you are who you are and it's a beautiful thing. If you haven't figured out everything down there, take a look at the anatomy section for a quick learning session, then you'll be ready to go.
Beginning Your Sexual PleasureThat saying "different strokes for different folks" absolutely applies here. What I like might be completely different from what you like. Which is why this self exploration is so important! Start off by running your fingers over your clitoris, you can vary the speed and pressure, try soft, light brushes or hard, fast strokes. Keep doing this, practice makes perfect!
You can try using a vibrator, a pillow, a hand held shower head, just your hands, combination of the mentioned, or alternative props...just make sure they are safe.
Try out different positions and techniques. The point of this isn't to reach orgasm your very first time, if you do, then that's great! But you're learning what turns you on and what you find pleasing. Obviously if you find something you like, stick with it. You can always experiment and try other things later on.
It Can Be Hard To Get In The Mood
There are a lot of things you can do to get in the mood. Basically it will be up to personal preference. Start with what you think is romantic. Is it candle light, a bubble bath, soft music? You just want to create an atmosphere that you are comfortable in and don't feel self-conscious in. Pick a location, maybe it's the bath tub, your bed, or somewhere more public (if you're into that).
Most women like the lights dimmed or turned off, this way there are no distractions and they can concentrate on the pleasurable feeling. Remember not to make the goal an orgasm, if you focus on that you will feel as if you can't achieve it, and then it's going to be far harder or impossible. Focus only on the pleasure!
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Friday, August 19, 2011
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Rise In Homeless Female Vets Tied To Military Sexual Abuse http://ow.ly/65sGQ
Monday, August 15, 2011
|The MSMGF calls on Nepal’s Home Ministry to issue citizenship cards to transgender people and metis in accordance with 2007 Supreme Court ruling|
Official recognition of third gender rights follows a landmark 2007 Supreme Court decision aimed at securing rights for Nepal’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex population, adding the new category on citizenship documentation essential to access a range of health and legal services.
- A 2007 Supreme Court decision in Nepal added a “third gender” category to national census surveys and citizenship documents.
- UNDP and partners have produced a 10-minute video documenting the plight of Nepal's sexual minorities.
- Nepal's Blue Diamond Society estimates there are around 500,000 MSM and transgender people in the country, of which 6,000 are living with HIV/AIDS.
“After the Supreme Court decision we are able to go out freely and we feel more respected – a number of us already have citizenship as third-gender,” said Bhumika Shrestha, a campaigner for sexual minority rights. “The government also set aside an annual budget for us and many official forms now provide a choice other than female or male.”
The plight of Nepal’s sexual minorities is depicted in a 10-minute documentary, Out of the Closet, produced by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) and non-governmental organizations, including the Blue Diamond Society (BDS).
“This landmark decision is also the beginning of all the actions that need to follow,” said Shoko Noka, UNDP Country Director in Nepal. “The decision’s implementation will certainly help reduce barriers and broaden access to essential services – particularly in enhancing HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care.”
UNDP has been working on HIV/AIDS with the Government of Nepal and non-governmental organizations, managing funds from DFID and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
With support from the Global Fund, in 2006, UNDP was the first international agency to boost national organizations such as BDS which were then able to step up a range of HIV/AIDS-related services in all 14 districts of Nepal, reaching more than 185,000 people.
Nepal is the only South Asian country to recognize third gender rights. The results of this year’s census will be made public by the end of October.
Saturday, August 06, 2011
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Free birth control will wipe out the American race and instantly turn daughters into wanton harlots with insatiable sexual appetites.
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Wednesday, August 03, 2011
Thanks Paula A Price!)
If a Married Lesbian Couple Saves 40 Teens from the Norway Massacre and No One Writes About it, Did it Really Happen?
What you probably have not heard about is the married lesbian couple who rescued 40 teenagers during and after the bloody event. Several blogs and gay and lesbian publications are now picking up the story, but the heavy hitters who usually kill for hero stories like this, have remained silent.
The Finnish capital city’s largest daily newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat, published this account (translated from Finnish):
Hege Dalen and her spouse, Toril Hansen were near Utöyan having dinner on the opposite shore across from the ill-fated campsite, when they began to hear gunfire and screaming on the island.Please share this story and make sure people know the heroism of Hege and Toril.
“We were eating. Then shooting and then the awful screaming. We saw how the young people ran in panic into the lake,” says Dale to HS in an interview.
The couple immediately took action and pushed the boat into Lake Tyrifjorden.
Dalen and Hansen drove the boat to the island, picked up from the water victims in shock in, the young and wounded, and transported them to the opposite shore to the mainland. Between runs they saw that the bullets had hit the right side of the boat.
Since there were so many and not all fit at once aboard, they returned to the island four times.
They were able to rescue 40 young people from the clutches of the killer.
“We did not sleep last night at all. Today, we have been together and talked about the events,” Dalen said.
Check out our follow-up to this post here: Hege & Toril: Why We Write, which addresses many of your comments and questions about this article.
*The term “Christian Fundamentalist” has been disputed greatly in both the press and the comments section below this post. According to Norwegian police investigating the massacre, Anders Behrin Breivik was a “Christian Fundamentalist” as described by the New York Times and several Norwegian sources. There is a great post from CNN, which discusses at length, the use of the term being used for Breivik.
**Thank you to readers who have provided credible sources as to the actual number of deaths from this tragedy. We originally reported that 92 had been killed, but according to Norwegian sources, the total number is at 77, with many still in the hospital.