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Re: Anispace's Official LGBT Club!

Post by Mirinae » 07 Apr 2017, 05:11

Aye speaking of which, what do you guys think of Megan Rapinoe's "protest" during the soccer game?
Kneeling during the anthem and pledge because as an openly gay woman, she felt the united states flag
was not protecting all of her liberties as it should be.
Everyone's attacking her for it

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Re: Anispace's Official LGBT Club!

Post by Mika » 07 Apr 2017, 10:37

MoonBees wrote:
07 Apr 2017, 05:11
Aye speaking of which, what do you guys think of Megan Rapinoe's "protest" during the soccer game?
Kneeling during the anthem and pledge because as an openly gay woman, she felt the united states flag
was not protecting all of her liberties as it should be.
Everyone's attacking her for it

mipoorbby
The same as I think about NFL players & other big names that protest the anthem and gain media attention because of it: They have the right to do that. Our country celebrates freedom and rights for the people and if someone does not want to participate in our country's anthem well we'll fight for their right for their free thoughts and feelings to do something like that whereas in less free countries citizens are shot for that kind of behavior. We're better than that.

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Re: Anispace's Official LGBT Club!

Post by Mirinae » 07 Apr 2017, 11:54

Mika wrote:
07 Apr 2017, 10:37
MoonBees wrote:
07 Apr 2017, 05:11
Aye speaking of which, what do you guys think of Megan Rapinoe's "protest" during the soccer game?
Kneeling during the anthem and pledge because as an openly gay woman, she felt the united states flag
was not protecting all of her liberties as it should be.
Everyone's attacking her for it

mipoorbby
The same as I think about NFL players & other big names that protest the anthem and gain media attention because of it: They have the right to do that. Our country celebrates freedom and rights for the people and if someone does not want to participate in our country's anthem well we'll fight for their right for their free thoughts and feelings to do something like that whereas in less free countries citizens are shot for that kind of behavior. We're better than that.
Everyone & the media is attacking her for doing that, saying she was disrespecting the people who died for us and
the flag, talking about how if she doesn't like how our country is then she can just leave

WHAT? LOL???
Is leaving a country because of mistreatment although it was promised that your liberties will be respected that easy?
People who act like just dumping sht and leaving is the best choice are annoying.
"If you don't like how our country is, then just leave!" that's dumb, and if she leaves, what country would she go to?
What country could she POSSIBLY go to that could be any better in treating her? She's an openly gay woman—
How would other countries treat openly gay and transgender people? Some would burn them and or hang them in front
of everyone to see.
SMFH.
She wasn't protesting out of disrespect, she was doing it as a ways of trying to better our country from how much
she loves it.
Megan Rapinoe wrote:"I can understand if you think that I'm disrespecting the flag by kneeling, but it is because of my utmost respect for the flag and the promise it represents that I have chosen to demonstrate in this way. When I take a knee, I am facing the flag with my full body, staring straight into the heart of our country's ultimate symbol of freedom — because I believe it is my responsibility, just as it is yours, to ensure that freedom is afforded to everyone in this country."
It was impossible for Rapinoe to put up a pretense of the world at large when she’s experienced inequality herself, as a gay woman.
Megan Rapinoe wrote:"I know what it means to look at the flag and not have it protect all of your liberties,”
Her protest wasn’t just a reasonable conclusion of reflection, but an affectionate one.
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SH*T, OUT OF AMMO. BETTER THROW THESE COINS IN HOPES THEY WONT HIT A OLD POOR MAN AND HIS DAUGHTER WITHOUT A PINKY

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Re: Anispace's Official LGBT Club!

Post by Mika » 07 Apr 2017, 12:03

MoonBees wrote:
07 Apr 2017, 11:54
Mika wrote:
07 Apr 2017, 10:37
MoonBees wrote:
07 Apr 2017, 05:11
Aye speaking of which, what do you guys think of Megan Rapinoe's "protest" during the soccer game?
Kneeling during the anthem and pledge because as an openly gay woman, she felt the united states flag
was not protecting all of her liberties as it should be.
Everyone's attacking her for it

mipoorbby
The same as I think about NFL players & other big names that protest the anthem and gain media attention because of it: They have the right to do that. Our country celebrates freedom and rights for the people and if someone does not want to participate in our country's anthem well we'll fight for their right for their free thoughts and feelings to do something like that whereas in less free countries citizens are shot for that kind of behavior. We're better than that.
Everyone & the media is attacking her for doing that, saying she was disrespecting the people who died for us and
the flag, talking about how if she doesn't like how our country is then she can just leave

WHAT? LOL???
Is leaving a country because of mistreatment although it was promised that your liberties will be respected that easy?
People who act like just dumping sht and leaving is the best choice are annoying.
"If you don't like how our country is, then just leave!" that's dumb, and if she leaves, what country would she go to?
What country could she POSSIBLY go to that could be any better in treating her? She's an openly gay woman—
How would other countries treat openly gay and transgender people? Some would burn them and or hang them in front
of everyone to see.
SMFH.
She wasn't protesting out of disrespect, she was doing it as a ways of trying to better our country from how much
she loves it.
Megan Rapinoe wrote:"I can understand if you think that I'm disrespecting the flag by kneeling, but it is because of my utmost respect for the flag and the promise it represents that I have chosen to demonstrate in this way. When I take a knee, I am facing the flag with my full body, staring straight into the heart of our country's ultimate symbol of freedom — because I believe it is my responsibility, just as it is yours, to ensure that freedom is afforded to everyone in this country."
It was impossible for Rapinoe to put up a pretense of the world at large when she’s experienced inequality herself, as a gay woman.
Megan Rapinoe wrote:"I know what it means to look at the flag and not have it protect all of your liberties,”
Her protest wasn’t just a reasonable conclusion of reflection, but an affectionate one.
The media will go to any low for the sake of a story and money. It's very dishonest/shameful work if you ask me; the people who take part in twisting/manipulating stories and pointing shame in a direction it does not deserve.

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Re: Anispace's Official LGBT Club!

Post by LadyDaemontus » 06 May 2017, 03:42

Dear LBGT,

Instead of ofcusing your efforts on Same Sex Marriage, let's turn your efforts to life threatening diseases that affect homosexual men. What I am talking about is the alarming numbers of homosexual/bisexual men who run higher risks of getting a sexually transmitted disease. Despite the high numbers, almost HALF of gay men wouldn't know they have it until its too late. At the bottom, there is also a brief mention of Partner violence within LBGT. PLEASE, have a true heart and focus on these issues, too. LBGT isn't always pride, or always nice and fluffy.

From the Center of Disease Control and Prevention:

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Gay and bisexual men are more severely affected by HIV than any other group in the United States.
From 2005 to 2014, HIV diagnoses decreased in the United States by 19% overall, but increased 6% among all gay and bisexual men, driven by increases among African American and Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men.
Over the past 5 years (2010-2014), the increase in HIV diagnoses among all gay and bisexual men was less than 1%, although progress has been uneven among races/ethnicities.

In 2014:

Gay and bisexual men accounted for 83% (29,418) of the estimated new HIV diagnoses among all males aged 13 and older and 67% of the total estimated new diagnoses in the United States.
Gay and bisexual men aged 13 to 24 accounted for an estimated 92% of new HIV diagnoses among all men in their age group and 27% of new diagnoses among all gay and bisexual men.
Gay and bisexual men accounted for an estimated 54% (11,277) of people diagnosed with AIDS. Of those men, 39% were African American, 32% were white, and 24% were Hispanic/Latino.

Although HIV diagnoses increased among gay and bisexual men overall from 2005 to 2014—and increased sharply among African American and Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men—diagnoses overall have stabilized in more recent years:

From 2010 to 2014, diagnoses increased less than 1% among all gay and bisexual men overall and among African American gay and bisexual men. Diagnoses:
Declined 6% among white gay and bisexual men.
Increased 13% among Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men.
From 2010 to 2014, among young (aged 13 to 24) gay and bisexual men, diagnoses:
Declined 2% among young African American gay and bisexual men.
Declined less than 1% among young white gay and bisexual men.
Increased 16% among young Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men.''

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Furthermore,

''Prevention Challenges

Gay and bisexual men continue to experience the greatest burden of HIV compared to any other group in the United States. Therefore gay and bisexual men have an increased chance of being exposed to HIV. A 2016 analysis estimated that there are nearly 4.5 million gay and bisexual men in the United States and that 15% are living with HIV infection (11% diagnosed).
Nearly 1 in 7 gay and bisexual men living with HIV are unaware they have it.People who don’t know they have HIV cannot get the medicines they need to stay healthy and reduce the likelihood of transmitting HIV to their partners. Therefore, they may transmit the infection to others without knowing it.
Most gay and bisexual men acquire HIV through having anal sex with an HIV-positive person without using a condom or without taking daily medicine to prevent HIV called pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) or without their partner taking medicine to treat HIV called antiretroviral therapy (ART). Anal sex is the riskiest type of sex for getting or transmitting HIV. Receptive anal sex is 13 times as risky for acquiring HIV as insertive anal sex. Using condoms the right way every time and taking medicines to prevent or treat HIV each can reduce the risk of getting or transmitting HIV. Combining 2 or more options provides more protection from HIV and condoms also protect from some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Gay and bisexual men are also at increased risk for other STDs, like syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia.
Homophobia, stigma, and discrimination may place gay and bisexual men at risk for multiple physical and mental health problems and affect whether they seek and are able to obtain high-quality health services.
''
https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/group/msm/

According to Cherry, from Honey Badgers who is a cosplay sex worker/model, within the Porn Industry, gay men can only EXCLUSIVELY partake in gay porn and ANY porn actor who does a one shot gay porno, he CANNOT return to heterosexual porn due to the heavy risks that he may of been affected with a STD.

In other news, Domestic Violence should be addressed within LBGT discussions, too:

From Advocate.com,

''The National Violence Against Women survey found that 21.5 percent of men and 35.4 percent of women living with a same-sex partner experienced intimate-partner physical violence in their lifetimes, compared with 7.1 percent and 20.4 percent for men and women, respectively, with a history of only opposite-sex cohabitation. Transgender respondents had an incidence of 34.6 percent over a lifetime according to a Massachusetts survey.

The CDC’s 2010 National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, released again in 2013 with new analysis, reports in its first-ever study focusing on victimization by sexual orientation that the lifetime prevalence of rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner was 43.8 percent for lesbians, 61.1 percent for bisexual women, and 35 percent for heterosexual women, while it was 26 percent for gay men, 37.3 percent for bisexual men, and 29 percent for heterosexual men (this study did not include gender identity or expression).''

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http://www.advocate.com/crime/2014/09/0 ... lgbt-issue
https://mainweb-v.musc.edu/vawpreventio ... heet.shtml
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Re: Anispace's Official LGBT Club!

Post by Mika » 22 Jun 2017, 11:09

Happy Pride Month, everyone. I went to Sacramento Pride this year and got some photos. ^^

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