Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Congressman Gohmert - Bill Clinton is to blame for Trump's language on tape

Not necessarily an lgbt issue per se, but then again, yes it is.

Apparently it's Louie Gohmert day on my blog. How in the hell did this man become a Congressional leader?

To paraphrase the below clip. according to Gohmert in an absolutely mind-boggling verbal stream of consciousness, it was Bill Clinton who led Donald Trump to say those awful things about sexually assaulting women. But he should be forgiven because he is a Republican and "religious leader" James Dobson says he is a Christian.

Oh Poor GOP. Y'all can start kissing your asses goodbye.

'Congressman links lgbts to Noah's Flood' & other Tue. midday news briefs

Congressman Louie Gohmert

Louie Gohmert Links Homosexuality To Noah’s Flood - Who else but Louie Gohmert. Before you get blase about this, like everything Gohmert has said over the years, always remember that he is a Congressman with the power to vote on YOUR lives. See why voting matters? 

The Powerful Way Logo TV Is Censoring Itself On National Coming Out Day - Don't be fooled by the headline. This is actually a good thing because LOGO is making a wonderful and very necessary point. 

National Park Service issues LGBTQ history study - YES! I minored in history so this is an especially good thing to me. 

Rainbow Noose Meme “Probably Too Dramatic”, Says Anti-Marriage Equality Campaigner - Just when you think WE had big problems getting marriage equality in America . . .  

LGBTQ people of color victimized by domestic violence face unique obstacles - The struggle is NEVER over.

Flashback: National Coming Out Day 1988 and The Oprah Winfrey Show

Today is the 28th National Coming Out Day. Rather than any long-winded posts about the importance of coming out, how about a blast from the past?

The following is a clip from the Oprah Winfrey Show which spotlighted the first National Coming Out Day in 1988. The words uttered here by members of the LGBT community are as poignant now as they were back then: