Русский язык Гей Изолировано и преследовал Мировые Стенды Близко Russian Gay's Isolated and persecuted the World Stands By

Source Gay Russia; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender people are being forgotten by the very political parties that they had hoped would link them to the free world.

In a country where democratic liberties were tasted for a second like a waft of perfume, it passed threw the senses floating on a breeze that has since turned icy and forbidding.

Moscow Mayor Luzhkov has reiterated it is forbidden to conduct Gay Pride celebrations and members of the Moscow Dumas have stated it is treasonous to even speak (propaganda) of preventing STD or birth control by modern methods.

According to Gay Russia Luzhkoz said,
"He suggested that propaganda of the views of sexual minorities can be one of the factors in the expansion of HIV infection in the city."

Moscow Mayor stressed that “of course, we will be criticized by all democrats in the world but in the each society there are own views on that”.

Yes Mister Mayor you will be criticised and held accountable for the human suffering by all Democratic free societies.

Gay Russia

By kelli Busey
February 17, 2009

Uniting American Families Act of 2009 (UAFA)

Let Your Representatives Know You Care About Immigration Equality!Uniting American Families Act of 2009 (UAFA),

On Friday, February 13th, Representative Jerrold Nadler plans to reintroduce the Uniting American Families Act of 2009 (UAFA), a bill that will allow lesbian and gay Americans to sponsor their foreign-born partners for immigration. Please call your representative today and ask them to celebrate love this Valentine’s Day by cosponsoring UAFA!

Don't know who your rep. is or phone number? Click below for the PFLAG Link.

Take Action call your Rep. ask then to Co-Sponsor Uniting American Families Act of 2009 (UAFA),

Transgender Blogs

"Free Queer Hugs!" Wellcomed With Open Arms!

LGBT Kiss In and Queer Hugs wellcomed with open arms.

Found in a article reported By JOANNA CATTANACH of the The Dallas Morning News "It was quite a display – just not one officials with the Dallas Museum of Art planned for."

"We have a right to express love just as much as everybody else," said Blake Wilkinson, founder of Queer LiberAction, whose group organized Saturday's "Queer Kiss-in."

What lengths am I as transgender woman willing to go to get a hug? Apparently I will stand on a sidewalk with a "Free Queer Hugs" sign. That would be a aberration from normality, until lately anyways.

Amazingly I got hugs! 10, 15 maybe 17.8 hugs per smile. Wow. Once in a while I was treated to a fellow Christian to a open conversation regarding homosexuality as

the Dallas Morning News story continues...

"One mother instructed her child to avert his eyes from the kiss-in participants. "Don't look at them," she said, grabbing and turning her son's head away. Others simply walked by, avoiding eye contact. One woman murmured, "It's twisted, very twisted." But another cited biblical principles, then exchanged hugs with a transgender activist, (thats me!) saying, "Hate the sin, not the sinner."

The good reporter was unaware of the calmness after we simultaneously found common ground agreeing Jesus has a plan for us and we are both loved by him in his radical inclusion. Then we hugged!

Maybe as the Morning News reported noted, this public display of affection was not planned on by Museum officials, but from the warmth and sincerity of the hugs I think it was welcomed, with open arms!

By kelli Busey
February 10, 2009