Tuesday, December 5, 2017

masterpiece theatre

Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is a case now before the Supreme Court of the United States that centers on whether creative businesses can refuse offering creative services, such as a custom wedding cake for same-sex marriage ceremonies, on the basis of one's religious beliefs.

The Court took oral arguments on December 5, 2017, with a decision likely to be made in mid-2018.

So...why blog now rather than wait? That's a brilliant question, and it's agreeable to have asked it. The short answer is, why not?

A long answer is, the gay blogs and writers [today] doing spin instead of expressing concern over a same sex or gay couple who couldn't accept no for an answer, and as a result, could set the GLBT rights movement back decades.

For starters, this is not the same Supreme Court that gave us a victory in Obergefell v. Hodges. Then when oral arguments against marriage equality were heard, they were mostly homophobic and not based on reality. 


But that was then and this is now.  Today, there's a millionaire reality tv show accused of sexual assault who somehow became President.  In a few days, voters in Alabama are likely to elect a man accused by nine women of being a pedophile. 

Meanwhile, the LGBT establishment have adopted anti-gay policies, all the while, cloaking themselves in a shroud of liberal political correctness.

So how is the Court supposed to agree baking a cake is not a religious issue when our side is behaving like spoiled brats having a tantrum at being told no?



What, they couldn't find another baker in Colorado?

Sunday, December 3, 2017

anthony rapp is no hero, either.

It was back in October when Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp accused Kevin Spacey of sexually assaulting him when he was fourteen years old and Spacey was twenty-six, revealing a dirty little secret of what life's like being in the closet, a place where bad education and religion thrives.

Kevin Spacey's response - he said he was sorry and came out - was, shall I say or write, not well received.

No, yes, in fact, it was mostly frowned up, with the LGBT establishment calling what he said or wrote, "deflecting", whatever that means.

Back in the day, it used to be that whenever someone comes out, it's usually to avoid or put a stop to the irreparable harm being done to them, or in some instances, to themselves.

But it seems this is the longer the case.  Apparently when someone now makes the decision to come out, the process now requires vetting, perhaps by the LGBT establishment, or designate who determines in their discretion whether or not that someone who makes the personal decision to come out does so in a manner that doesn't undermine the interests or reputation of the Establishment or is in breachh of any provisions, polices, rules, or regulations that might be in place at the time of one's coming out.

Or maybe, a transgendered is supposed to do it.  Transgenders are the vanguard in everything, or haven't you heard?

Nonetheless, while the LGBT internet has competed to prove themselves more outraged the actual alleged victim, the one person who hasn't been heard or seen is Anthony Rapp.

But now he's back, coincidentally, just when his show, Star Trek Discovery has gone on hiatus, to dox a few people who have called him out for ruining Kevin Spacey's career.

I'd post the tweets, but I don't want to reward this man's homophobic drivel with hits or clicks.

Go here, instead: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/kevin-spacey-accuser-anthony-rapp-blamed-house-cards-fat-article-1.3667775

I've been told on social media that I'm wrong to defend Kevin Spacey, in part, because Kevin Spacey has a history of predation, and there's been other victims, both the former and latter, which are true.

On the other hand, the idea or notion that Anthony Rapp is a hero for breaking his silence, is a notion or idea that reeks of hypocrisy, double standards, and yes, desperation.

When ex-gays and gay conservatives pervert their teenage sexual forays by calling it "sexual abuse" and pander to the lowest common denominator, aka homophobic conservatives, the gay left, what's left of them, is known to call them out, and rightfully so.

Comes Anthony Rapp, a queer identified actor with a mediocre, perhaps dismal career in Hollywood and Broadway, he does the exact same thing, but because he's in tight with the LGBT establishment organizations, he's a declared a hero.

Short and sweet: There's nothing heroic in what Anthony Rapp did.

In fact, where Anthony Rapp a journalist instead of an actor,  what he did would be considered the lowest form of character assassination.

That someone, anyone could be debating this fact, is well, sadly expected.

But it's happened, and no surprise, I had another one of my day long debates with an award winning LGBT activist who imagines the world revolves around him.

Well, that, and repeatedly tries to shove his PhD down my throat.

And his books....

And his poorly produced podcast.

The only reason The Association for LGBTQ Journalists gave him an award for "Best podcast" is because NLGJA is a placebo organization that has no actual function other than make professional gay bloggers think they're in the same league with Edward R. Murrow.

Here's a prediction: Once this post goes live, he'll show up either in the comments section, my email, or social media, patting himself senseless on how he got me to plug his product.

Maybe with any luck, he brings some readers my way so as to remind them how much he sucks.

I digress.  I can do that.  It's my blog.  I'm independent and want no part of a movement or community that doxxes, pedophiles, and or stigmatizes gay people.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

not even gay activists are immune from complaints of inappropriate sexual behavior

https://twitter.com/CAS1AN0
As i wrote earlier, we're living in a strange time, what with the transgender lobby pushing children into transgenderism, lesbian feminists forming unholy alliances with social conservatives, and gay bloggers and writers pedophiling gays for their own for moral purification and self-satisfaction.

And then there's the #Metoo movement, a social movement which has bought a daily downpour of sexual abuse allegations against people in politics, the entertainment industry and even journalism.

Now comes the LGBT activist movement.

A well known Puerto Rican LGBT activist and former aide to NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is being accused of a sex offense.
A website based in Puerto Rico is reporting that a man is accusing Pedro Julio Serrano of sexual harassment in an incident that occurred in 2013 when Mr. Serrano was in Puerto Rico lobbying members of the Legislative Assembly of Puerto Rico to extend protections to LGBT Puerto Ricans.

The allegations are being made by Angel Casiano, an LGBT lawyer and activist based in Puerto Rico. Ironically Casiano described his ordeal on social media back November 11, 2017 but the lgbt media establishment here in the mainland has ignored the story for reasons that are perhaps questionable and racist.

And not surprisingly, Pedro Julio Serrano has himself,  neither confirmed or denied the allegations, perhaps taking advantage of a language barrier that exists between Puerto Rico and the US mainland. 

Given the hypocrisy and double standards of the LGBT establishment, it's likely he'll avoid accountability for his actions, unless of course, Mr. Casiano sells his soul to the devil or in this case, a conservative.

ngblog has not contacted both the accused or accuser to independently confirm or disprove the allegations.



Tuesday, November 21, 2017

#RIP #GRINDR

Grindr, the controversial geosocial networking app used by gay and bisexual males to dangerously seek other males in their area, announced this week they've added new features to help transgender and people who identify as non binary, connect better.

As per their Facebook, Grindr users who identify as transgender and let's make it up as we go along identity now have the option to customize gender identity and preferred pronouns.

They also added something called a Gender Identity Help Center so everyone who identifies as gay or bi can get up to speed on how not to say no to a trans person seeking new ways to force or pressure gay men into having unwanted sex with sick people.

Not that I really care.  Ever since forever, I've been of the opinion Grindr is unsafe, and during this whole time I've yet to have anyone, especially Grindr, reassure me it is safe to use.  Even if they did, I'd be insane to download onto one of my devices.

There have been way too many stories of gay men and teens being put at risk from using the app, and as someone who has been stung once, I don't ever intend to go thru that hell again.

Now with the app being poisoned by the cult of transgender, all the more reason to avoid Grindr.

Monday, November 13, 2017

nyc's mta declares subways are for transportation and validating transgender delusion disorder

Using or riding the subway isn't bad enough already. Subways are dirty, smelly, infested with insects and vermin; plus they're slow, inefficient, and plagued by an epidemic of bad behavior by out-of-control passengers; that includes smelly jesus freaks, panhandlers and people who use the subway as their personal sanctuary.

Now comes the transgender lobby and their neverending need for validation and recognition.


Here in New York City, The MTA appears to have taken political correctness to new heights, issuing a directive to all subway personnel to no longer address riders as “Ladies and gentleman so as to not offend transgender subway riders.

According to local media, NYC Transit staffers have been instructed to immediately replace the phrase “ladies and gentleman” in all announcements with non-gendered words such as "passengers," "riders," and "everyone".

The MTA has instructed managers to monitor employees to ensure compliance with the new rule.


What happens if a subway employee doesn't comply?  Thus far, no one has said, but it's a given that an employee could risk a fine, suspension, or perhaps even job termination.

In 2015, The New York City Commission on Human Rights released new guidelines regarding discrimination on the basis of gender identity or expression.  Snopes.com tried to debunk claims raised by some blogs and writers that the new law would fine NYC residents and employees for using the wrong pronoun(s) when referring to transgender individuals but instead called the claim(s) "technically true."



Saturday, November 11, 2017

george takei goes where no other star trek actor has gone before: sanctimonious hypocrisy

A former model and actor is accusing  George Takei of sexual assault in 1981. The accuser, Scott R. Brunton, claims that Takei sexually assaulted him in 1981, when Brunton was 23 years old.

According to the story, Brunton was reportedly invited to Takei's apartment and given a cocktail that made him pass out. When he awoke, Takei had allegedly undressed Brunton and was groping him.  Takei, who has become one of the loudest celebrity mouthpieces in preaching political correctness denies the allegations, and accuses Brunton of attention seeking.

Is he? Maybe, but reports are Bruton had seen or read of Takei's response to the Kevin Spacey allegations and was infuriated.

These isn't the first time Takei has been accused of hypocrisy or liberal double standards. In February when the liberal media and gay left were villifying Milo Yiannopolous for comments he made condoning sexual relationships between adults and teenagers, audio surfaced of Takei doing the same thing.

Milo, who was supposed to appear at CPAC, was disinvited, had his original book deal rescinded and was forced to resign from Breitbart.com.

Takei, on the other hand, received nothing but warm embrace.

H likely will in this matter, because that's how it goes with double standards liberals.

Friday, November 10, 2017

and so it begins, and so it goes.

In March 2017, it was announced somewhere that Kevin Spacey would portray J. Paul Getty in a  Ridley Scott film called All the Money in the World, which is scheduled for release in the US on December 22, 2017.   Spacey shot his role in the film in ten days over the summer of 2017. 

However, due to the sexual assault allegations against Spacey, the company announced on November 8, 2017 that all of his footage would be excised and Christopher Plummer would replace Spacey as Getty in re-shoots.

And so it begins; The social erasure of Kevin Spacey has begun in earnest and at present there doesn't seem to be anything that can be done against it except to perhaps wait until common sense to become a common occurrence.

Or maybe, have him make an additional statement about the allegations being true and listening to the victims, and do so and say so regardless of whether or not many of these so called victims accusing Mr. Spacey of sexual assault are doing for fame, money, revenge, or political score-settling, or in the case of Anthony Rapp, a D-list actor with career ambitions.

Either way, it's might be too damn late to do anything.  Although the LGBT establishment has long been in the business of pedophiling gays for it's own moral purification and self satisfaction, at the day of the day,  Kevin Spacey is a victim of his own hypocrisy.

Kevin Spacey kept quiet about his sexual orientation because his career ambition was more important to him than self-respect. He let bad education and religion cloud his judgment.  He forgot, perhaps ignored, or dismissed that sword of damocles that hovers over gay boy and man, alive and dead, the one or thing that got put there by other gay people of the past who never learned about consequences or the gift of the foresight.

We never learn to, um, no pun intended, pay it forward.

Now that Mr. Spacey has announcement that he will be seeking "evaluation and treatment" for his behavior, perhaps now the damage he's done to himself and others will come to an end.

In the meantime, what to do about the LGBT establishment, and people in general hopping on the victim bandwagon for fame, money, revenge, or political score-settling?

As I write this, there's a gay conservative named Chad Felix Greene actively campaigning on Twitter to have some movie called Call Me By Your Name pulled from theaters and digital distribution because the movie is said to be about a seventeen year old boy having a romantic relationship with an older male.  

Earlier he ranted about being a victim of sexual abuse, by an older man who give him AIDS.

Why's he doing it?

The reason he's doing it is because Roy Moore, an Alabama politician and former state judge, and someone who was become notorius for his anti-gay, anti-muslim, and far right views is currently being accused of several encounters with teenagers.

Chad, like many people in the gay conservative movement, have no shame, to be honest.

But I don't blame him for doing it.  Not his fault.

It is what it is. These days, everyone is desperate to along with the corporate ladder-climbing game and collect a paycheck.


Now that transgenders have taken over, every gay man and boy is now fair game.  Gay people have been damned if they do, and damned if they do.

Gay people can longer come out of the closet on their own terms because the establishment wants to sell conservative middle america a false product; the idea or notion that gay people are a people who enjoy a special place in the stratosphere, that we're different, and special, above the law, above the critics, and above and beyond reproach...

Blah, blah, blah.

And gay people no longer have a say in anything, because if they do, they either get pedophiled, or sometimes even, accused of harboring right wing/nazi sympathies.

Earlier this week, James Cantor, an openly gay psychologist and sexologist with accused me of harboring right wing views, all because I tweeted a concern to another blogger who purports to be skeptical of the "transgender child/teen" trend that Cantor is a man who thinks/believes pedophilia is a sexual orientation, the same as heterosexual and homosexual.

Cantor is said to be one of the leading researchers that has found correlation between pedophilia and a number of inborn characteristics , and has suggested elsewhere that pedophilia develops early in fetal development in the womb.   He also thinks autogynephiles are  either trying or have hijacked recent advances won by the transgender lobby so as to abuse children perhaps.

Either way, I guess I had it coming.  I forgot I'm not to question anyone with PhD's.

Again, so it goes.