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Obama Most Pro-Homosexual President Ever–Appoints 190 to Government Positions

posted by Donna Calvin

WATCHWOMAN HEADS UP – Obama pays more than lip service to sodomites.  He not only proclaimed June 2011 to be LGBT Month (Click here to see my post from yesterday, “How Will You Celebrate GLBT Month? by Gary Bauer) Obama gave approval to 190 GLBT appointments as described on pro-sodomite web sites.  ▬ Donna Calvin ▬ Read on…

Item #1 of 2 was posted at a far-left, pro-communist, pro-socialist, pro-Obama, pro-Democrat, pro-sodomite, Anti-Christian web site: The Huffington Post
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/26/obamas-gay-appointees-sma_n_773898.html

Obama’s Gay Appointees Smash Record

SAM HANANEL

Dated October 26, 2010

WASHINGTON — Less than halfway through his first term, President Barack Obama has appointed more openly gay officials than any other president in history.  Gay activists say the estimate of more than 150 appointments so far – from agency heads and commission members to policy officials and senior staffers – surpasses the previous high of about 140 reached during two full terms under President Bill Clinton.

White House spokesman Shin Inouye confirmed the record number, saying Obama has hired more gay officials than the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations combined. He said Obama “is proud that his appointments reflect the diversity of the American public.”

“He is committed to appointing highly qualified individuals for each post,” Inouye said. “We have made a record number of openly LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender) appointments and we are confident that this number will only continue to grow.”

Read the rest of article at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/26/obamas-gay-appointees-sma_n_773898.html

Item #2 of 2 comes from a pro-homosexual web site that not only helps LGBT’s learn how to get appointed and where LGBT’s can upload their resumes and lists almost 200 of Obama’s LGBT Appointments.
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LGBT Appointments in the Obama Biden Administration
To date, the Obama-Biden Administration has appointed more than 190 openly LGBT professionals to full-time and advisory positions in the executive branch; more than all known LGBT appointments of other presidential administrations combined.

Corporation for National and Community Service
Kimberly Allman         Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Relations
Frederick Loo Wong    Public Affairs Specialist

Department of Agriculture

H. T. Atkinson            Chief of Staff, Farm Service Agency
Justin DeJong            Deputy Director of Communications, Office of Communications
Norah Deluhery          Special Assistant to the Under Secretary, Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services
Glenda Humiston       State Director for Rural Development, California
Tony Jackson Director of External Affairs, Farm Service Agency
Carole Jett      Deputy Chief of Staff
Michael Martinez       Special Assistant, National Resources Conservation Division
Tom Fazzini    Press Secretary

Department of Commerce
Michael Camuñez*     Assistant Secretary, Market Access and Compliance
Lyle Canceko  Director, National Export Initiative Events
John Connor   Director, Office of White House Liaison
Peter Kaldes    Director, Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, International Trade Administration
David Mills*    Assistant Secretary, Export Enforcement
Peter Pappas   Chief Communications Officer, United States Patent and Trademark Office
Ryan Rhodes   Special Advisor, U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service
Amanda Simpson       Senior Technical Advisor, Bureau of Industry and Security
Jim Stowers    Director of Legislative Affairs

Department of Defense
Margarethe Cammermeyer   Member, Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services
Tanisha Dozier           Defense Fellow
Eric Fanning   Deputy Under Secretary, Director of Small Business Programs, Department of the Navy
Christopher Kirchhoff            Special Advisor to the Deputy Secretary of Defense
Jonathan Lee Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense
Joseph Palacios          Member, Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, Board of Visitors
Gautam Raghavan      Deputy White House Liaison
Tarak Shah    Special Assistant, Operational Energy Plans and Programs
Louis Tharp    Member, Army Education Advisory Committee
Alex Wagner    Special Advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Douglas B. Wilson*     Assistant Secretary, Public Affairs

Department of Education
John Easton*  Director, Institute of Education Sciences
Marten Frazier           Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Mid-Western
Adam Hackel  Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Mid-Atlantic
Steven Hicks  Special Assistant, Early Childhood, Office of the Secretary
Kevin Jennings          Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Safe and DrugFree Schools
Janet Levenson          Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Western
Henry Lo         Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Western
Robert McGarry           Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Mid-Atlantic
Steven Means Senior Policy Advisor, Special Assistant, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
Jon O’Bergh    Special Assistant to the Under Secretary
Summer Pennell        Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Southeastern
Brett Peterson            Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Western
Ken Santistevan         Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Central
Patrick Shaw  Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Mid-Atlantic
Graciela Slesaransky-Poe      Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Mid-Atlantic
Erik Stegman Policy Advisor, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools
Alena Treat     Member, Regional Advisory Committee, Southeastern
Andy Lee         Chief of Staff, Office of Innovation and Improvement

Department of Energy
Natalie Fernandez      Trips Coordinator
Clyde Henderson, III   Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental & External Affairs
Michael J. Holland      Senior Advisor & Staff Director, Office of Under Secretary for Science
Kristina M. Johnson* Under Secretary of Energy
Peter Roehrig  Special Assistant, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Department of Health and Human Services
Ken Choe        Deputy General Counsel
Kathy Greenlee*         Assistant Secretary, Administration for Aging
Perry Halkitis Member, CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention and Treatment
David Hansell Acting Assistant Secretary, Administration for Children and Families
Sarah Hunter Special Assistant, Administration for Children and Families
Pamela Hyde* Administrator, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
Jeffrey Levi     Member, Advisory Group on Prevention, Health Promotion, and Integrative and Public Health
Joe Henriquez McNearney     Special Assistant, Assistant Secretary for Legislation
Jesus Ramirez-Valles            Member, National Advisory Council on Minority Health and Health Disparities
Herb Schultz   Director of Region IX
Richard Sorian***       Assistant Secretary, Public Affairs
Elisabeth B. Wilson     Member, Negotiated Rulemaking Committee for Designation of Medically Underserved Populations and Primary Care Health Professions Shortage Areas
Jamison Citron          Confidential Assistant, Office of the White House Liaison

Department of Homeland Security
Matt Angelo     Special Assistant, Office of the Chief of Staff, Office of the Secretary
Daniel H. Hantman    Senior Counselor to the Director, Citizenship and Immigration Services
Philip McNamara        Executive Secretary, Office of the Executive Secretariat
Jeffrey Neal    Chief Human Capital Officer
Matt Adler       Special Assistant to the Director, Citizenship and Immigration Services

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Raul Alvillar    Congressional Relations Officer
Raphael Bostic*          Assistant Secretary, Policy Development and Research
Neill McG. Coleman   General Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Public Affairs
Jennifer C. Jones       Advisor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing
Mercedes Marquez*    Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development
Patrick Pontius           Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research

Department of Justice
Mark Agrast    Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legislative Affairs
Judy Appelbaum         Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legislative Affairs
Laura Duffy*   U.S. Attorney, Southern District of California
Jenny Durkan*           U.S. Attorney, Western District of Washington
Karen A. Lash Senior Counsel for Access to Justice
Sharon Lubinski*       U.S. Marshal
Matt Nosanchuk         Senior Counselor to the Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division
Paulo C. Palugod         Special Assistant to the Assistant Attorney General, Environment and Natural Resources Division
Beatrice Hanson (nomination withdrawn)    Director, Office for Victims of Crime

Department of Labor
Jeremy Bishop            Special Assistant to the Secretary, Office of Public Engagement
Carl Fillichio   Senior Advisor to the Secretary, Public Affairs and Communications
Adrian Haro    Speechwriter
Charlotte Hayes          Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management
Eric Kleiman   Speechwriter, Office of Public Affairs
Livia Y. Lam    Deputy Director, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
Joshua R. Lamont      Special Assistant, Office of Public Affairs
Kathy Martinez*         Assistant Secretary, Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)
Mary Beth Maxwell     Senior Advisor, Office of Policy
Dylan Orr        Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy
Jason Surbey  Special Assistant, Office of Public Affairs
Daniel Baer    Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

Department of State
Ethan Gelber   Staff Assistant, Office of White House Liaison
David Huebner*          Chief of Mission, New Zealand & Independent State of Samoa (U.S. Ambassador)
Mira Patel       Policy Planning, Office of the Secretary

Department of the Interior
J. Andrew Jackson     Deputy Assistant Secretary for Technology, Information, and Business Services
Mark Perriello            White House Liaison
Thomas Petrillo          Special Assistant to the Director of Scheduling
Constance L. Rogers   Deputy Solicitor, Energy and Mineral Resources

Department of the Treasury
Steven Adamske        Deputy Assistant Secretary, Public Affairs

Department of Transportation
Orlando Gotay, Jr.       Deputy Administrator, U.S. Maritime Administration
Camille Hazeur          Director, Office of Civil Rights

Department of Veterans Affairs
Raúl Perea-Henze*     Assistant Secretary, Policy and Planning

Environmental Protection Agency
Heidi Ellis       Director of Scheduling, Office of the Administrator
James Martin Regional Administrator, Region 8
Ryan M. Robison         Deputy Director of Scheduling, Office of the Administrator

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Chai Feldblum***        Commissioner

Executive Office of the President
Anthony Bernal          Scheduler/Trip Director, Office of Dr. Jill Biden, Office of the Vice President
Jeremy Bernard         Social Secretary, The White House
Brian Bond      Deputy Director, Office of Public Engagement, The White House
Brook Colangelo          Chief Information Officer, Office of Administration
Jeffrey Crowley           Director, Office of National AIDS Policy, The White House
Monique Dorsainvil    Staff Assistant, Office of Public Engagement, The White House
Carlos Elizondo           Residence Manager & Social Secretary to the Vice President & Dr. Biden, Office of the Vice President
Alan O. Fitts    Deputy Director of Advance and Trip Director, Office of the First Lady
Michael Fleming        Member, Council for Community Solutions, The White House
Kathleen Hartnett      Associate Counsel to the President and Special Assistant to the President, The White House
Shin Inouye    Director, Specialty Media, Office of Communications, The White House
Brad Kiley       Director, Office of Management and Administration, The White House
Kei Koizumi    Assistant Director for Federal Research and Development, Office of Science and Technology Policy
Jeffrey Lerner Regional Director, Office of Political Affairs, The White House
Denise Maes   Director of Administration, Office of the Vice President
Ryan Metcalf   Senior Analyst, Office of Presidential Correspondence, The White House
Greg Millett     Senior Policy Advisor, Office of National AIDS Policy, The White House
Ven Neralla     Director of Priority Placement, Presidential Personnel Office, The White House
Diana Noyes   Researcher, Office of the White House Counsel, The White House
Ellie Sue Schafer        Director, White House Visitors Office, The White House
Campbell Spencer      Regional Director, Office of Political Affairs, The White House
Everette Stubbs          Deputy Director, White House Visitors Center, The White House
Nancy Sutley* Chair, Council on Environmental Quality
Chris Van Es   Correspondence Analyst, Office of Presidential Correspondence, The White House
Kamala Vasagam        Special Assistant to the President, Office of Presidential Personnel, The White House
Ebs Burnough Deputy Social Secretary, Office of the First Lady, The White House
Karine Jean-Pierre    Regional Director, Office of Political Affairs, The White House
Zach Liscow    Staff Economist, Council of Economic Advisers
Alison Nathan Associate Counsel to the President, The White House
Zachary A. Portilla      Assistant, Office of Presidential Personnel, The White House
Moe Vela         Director of Operations, Office of the Vice President
William Woolston        Staff Economist, Council of Economic Advisers

Export-Import Bank
Jonathan Cordone      General Counsel
Fred Hochberg*           Chairman
Thomas Lopach          Senior Vice President, Congressional Affairs

National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Dave Noble      White House Liaison

Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
Cynthia Attwood*        Commissioner

Office of Management and Budget
Daniel Gordon*           Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy

Office of Personnel Management
Vic Basile        Senior Counselor to the Director
John Berry*    Director
Matthew W. Collier     Senior Advisor to the Director
Elaine Kaplan General Counsel
John Marble    Special Assistant, Public Affairs
Thomas Richards       Deputy Director, Office of Congressional Relations

Peace Corps
David Medina  Director, Office of Public Engagement

Presidential Boards and Commissions
Cornelius Baker         Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Praveen Basaviah      Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Bruce Bastian Member, President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Douglas Brooks           Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
John Coppola* Member, National Museum and Library Services Board
Humberto Cruz           Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Fred Davie      Member, President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Robert Greenwald       Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Michael E. Guest        Member, National Security Education Board
Steve Gunderson        Commissioner, President’s Commission on White House Fellows
Michael Horberg         Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Ejay Jack        Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Jack Jackson Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Billie Jean King          Member, President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition
Harry Knox      Member, President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
James Kolbe   Member, Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations
Reginald Lewis           Member, Presidential Scholars Commission
Kenneth Tolson          Member, President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Nancy L. Wilson          Member, President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Phil Wilson      Member, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Hector L. Vargas, Jr.   Member, President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Small Business Administration
Ana Ma            Chief of Staff
Jonathan Swain         Assistant Administrator, Communications & Public Liaison

Superior Court of the District of Columbia
Marisa Demeo            Associate Judge

United States Agency for International Development
Lars Anderson            Press Director
Clay Doherty   Deputy Director, Office of Public Engagement
Claire Lucas   Senior Advisor on Public Private Partnerships
Jeffrey Marburg-Goodman      Special Counsel to the Administrator
Leonardo Martinez-Diaz         Senior Economic Advisor
Chloe Schwenke        Senior Advisor on Democracy and Governance, Africa Bureau

United States Commission on Civil Rights
Roberta Achtenberg    Commissioner

United States Courts
Edward DuMont**        Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Emily Hewitt   Chief Justice, U.S. Court of Federal Claims
J. Paul Oetken**         Judge, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Donna M. Ryu Magistrate Judge, District Court for the Northern District of California

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness
Jennifer Ho     Deputy Director, Accountability Management

* Nominated and Senate-confirmed
** Nominated but not Senate-confirmed
*** One-year recess appointment: nominated but not Senate-confirmed

 

See also:

Links Obama Sodomy

 

  1. SODOMITE ACTIVISTS INVITED TO WH ‘FLIP OFF’ REAGAN (OBAMA’S FRIENDS)
    http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/?p=16748
  2. Obama Most Pro-Homosexual President Ever–Appoints 190 to Government Positions
    http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/?p=2623
  3. How Will You Celebrate LGBT Month?
    http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/?p=2594


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posted June 26, 2011 at 2:55 am


“You may not believe today, but one day you will. There are no unbelievers in heaven AND there are no unbelievers in hell. What you believe now determines where you will spend eternity.”

Lucky for me, I’m not going to either place. Since they don’t exist.
I’m returning to the earth, going to become worm food and to nourish nature as she has nourished me throughout my life.
Some of me will hopefully live on, in the form of organs and tissues donated to those who can still use them thanks to modern medical science. And hopefully more of me donated to research hospitals, to train the next generation of medical professionals to care for the living hear on Earth where it is needed.

“I feel very sad for every unrepentant sinful soul who ends up in hell for all eternity in eternal suffering, burning forever and forever, without ceasing. That makes me feel sad.”

I feel sad for those who worship and swear loyalty to a deity who would condemn innocent children to eternal torture simply by being born into a culture that doesn’t practice the same belief system as you.
If your God is omnipotent, omniscient and omni-benevolent, why would He make humans the only creatures in all of Creation about which He cares? Would He not be concerned about the souls of the horses? Or the trees? Or the dung beetle?
And if the souls of humanity are so important, and can only be saved by swearing fealty to Him, why would he create cultures such as the Bhuddists in India, or the aboriginal tribes in the Amazon, where worship of your God is not known? Is he creating these people solely for the purpose of populating his Hell with fresh souls, even though He never gave them a chance to be redeemed?



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Sondra

posted June 13, 2011 at 11:43 am


Let the one who posted who is without sin cast the first stone. Jesus said something like that. Also, I invite you to do a study on the word “forever.” You would be surprised.



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Mordred08

posted June 6, 2011 at 10:50 am


dcalvin: “I feel very sad for every unrepentant sinful soul who ends up in hell for all eternity in eternal suffering, burning forever and forever, without ceasing.”

Sad enough to think maybe they don’t deserve such a horrific fate? Didn’t think so.

“If King James repented of his sins…then he is living in heaven, praising God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost, for all eternity. That is the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. No one is beyond redemption.”

Except those folks who are burning forever and ever, that is.



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Donna Calvin

posted June 5, 2011 at 2:28 pm


I feel very sad for every unrepentant sinful soul who ends up in hell for all eternity in eternal suffering, burning forever and forever, without ceasing. That makes me feel sad. If King James did not repent of all his sins, including the one that a commenter below points out, then King James is burning in hell forever and ever. If King James repented of his sins, possibly by reading the Bible named after him because he requested that scholars of the time put it together, then he is living in heaven, praising God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost, for all eternity. That is the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. No one is beyond redemption. All can be forgiven of all their sins. Jesus Christ paid the price for our sins IF we accept Him as our Lord and Savior. Joseph’s brothers sought to do evil and sinned against him grievously, leaving him for dead and selling him to evildoers. But it turned out that that act saved the lives of Joseph’s brothers and his father. Read Genesis starting in chapter 3 and read it all the way to the end where it ends gloriously: It is written: Genesis 50:20 KJV But as for you (Joseph’s brothers), ye thought evil against me (Joseph); but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive. — and there you have it! St. Paul wrote of this same thing in the New Testament: Romans 8:28 KJV And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.



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dcalvin

posted June 5, 2011 at 12:51 pm


You may not believe today, but one day you will. There are no unbelievers in heaven AND there are no unbelievers in hell. What you believe now determines where you will spend eternity.

Romans 14:11-12 KJV [11] For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God.
[12] So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God.



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Rainy

posted June 5, 2011 at 7:49 am


Those who don’t love homosexuals will hide the truth from them. They really don’t care where people spend eternity. They pretend to love the homosexual by not telling them what they must do to be saved. What must they do? They must repent of their sin and accept Christ as Lord and Savior. When they do these things the Holy Spirit will help them to live godly lives. Yes, they won’t be perfect. Yes, they might fall back into the sin, but in their hearts, they will know the sin of homosexuality is wrong and not okay with God. Why? They have been saved and they do not want to do things which are not pleasing in God’s sight. My prayer: May God bless each homosexual someone who loves them enough to tell them the truth. May heaven be their eternal home. May they live in true peace and joy as they wait for Christ’s return.



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Rainy

posted June 5, 2011 at 7:40 am


Those who love the homosexual will tell him/her the truth in love. Christians desire, just as God does, that all men be save…that not go to hell.



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Mordred08

posted June 5, 2011 at 12:50 am


dcalvin, being called an angel raper might bother me if I believed angels existed. But I don’t.

“I pray that you can see the truth and that you find it quickly in The Word of God in the powerful and righteous King James Bible.”

Don’t you find it odd that your favorite translation of the bible is named after a sodomite?



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Mordred08

posted June 5, 2011 at 12:24 am


Kenneth, you can find “Sodomite” T-shirts online if you look.

As to you being hetero, I think the Westboro nuts would call you a Sodomite-enabler. Might be a bit too wordy for a T-shirt.



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Donna Calvin

posted June 4, 2011 at 4:00 pm


The word sodomite troubles the lost sinner because it calls sin, sin. Truth can feel like hate to the lost soul. I speak the truth in love. I pray for you that God remove the scales from your eyes and the blocks from your ears so that you can be a hearer of the Word of God and be saved. I pray that you can see the truth and that you find it quickly in The Word of God in the powerful and righteous King James Bible. In Jesus name, I pray, for you. Amen.

Please read the following 3 posts:

POST #1: THE CHRISTIAN REVOLUTION – Have you ever heard of a ‘Revolutionary Christian”? – COUNT THE COST
Read more: http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/2011/06/post-1-the-christian-revolution-have-you-ever-heard-of-a-revolutionary-christian-count-the-cost.html#ixzz1OKaKoaGW

POST #2: THE CHRISTIAN REVOLUTION – Why does the world hate Christians?
Read more: http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/2011/06/post-2-the-christian-revolution-why-does-the-world-hate-christians.html#ixzz1OKa8vHm5

POST #3 – THE CHRISTIAN REVOLUTION What is the Commitment of a Revolutionary Christian?
Read more: http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/2011/06/post-3-%e2%80%93-the-christian-revolution-what-is-the-commitment-of-a-revolutionary-christian.html#ixzz1OL3mpmuW



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kenneth

posted June 4, 2011 at 1:41 pm


I’m starting to like the term “sodomite” more and more too. I think the funniest thing we could do is to start wearing it like a mark of pride and endearment. We’d thus take away the power of a word from hate, the one force that sustains the shriveled and blackened souls of “Christians’ in this country.

My only issue is this: as a hetero male who fancies himself as libertine as any gay man, what term can I use? Perhaps “Gomoroahan?”



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Mordred08

posted June 3, 2011 at 10:02 pm


You really seem to like the word “sodomite”.



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