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‘It Is Not a Closet. It Is a Cage.’ Gay Catholic Priests Speak Out 

 

Gregory Greiten was 17 years old when the priests organized the game. It was 1982 and he was on a retreat with his classmates from St. Lawrence, a Roman Catholic seminary for teenage boys training to become priests. Leaders asked each boy to rank which he would rather be: burned over 90 percent of his body, paraplegic, or gay.

Each chose to be scorched or paralyzed. Not one uttered the word “gay.” They called the game the Game of Life.

The lesson stuck. Seven years later, he climbed up into his seminary dorm window and dangled one leg over the edge. “I really am gay,” Father Greiten, now a priest near Milwaukee, remembered telling himself for the first time. “It was like a death sentence.”

The closet of the Roman Catholic Church hinges on an impossible contradiction. For years, church leaders have driven gay congregants away in shame and insisted that “homosexual tendencies” are “disordered.” And yet, thousands of the church’s priests are gay.

NY Post

Vatican secret out: There are rules for priests who father children

Southern Baptist president says database of sexual abusers possible

Tags: Children, Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, Not Helping, Politics, Privilege, Representation, Safety, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Service, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Victims, Violence, Warning, World, Wrong, Youth

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19-Feb-2019


Six Gay, Bi Men Sue USC Doctor for Sexual Battery, Harassment 

 

The University of Southern California and a doctor recently employed there were hit with a lawsuit from six gay and bisexual men who accuse the physician of sexual battery, gender violence, sexual harassment, negligence, and fraud.

Dr. Dennis A. Kelly, who retired from USC two years ago, denies the claims, telling the Los Angeles Times that he always acted "professionally and without any other motive."

The plaintiffs allege Kelly targeted gay and bi male students, subjecting them to "demeaning and derogatory" terms and inquiring if they used sex toys and watched internet porn. The accusers — some of which attended USC between 2009 and 2014 — also said they were subjected to "intrusive and medically unnecessary rectal examinations."

Advocate

Tags: Abuse, Court, Education, Environment, Fighting Back, Gay, Humiliation, Medical, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Treatment, Victims

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13-Feb-2019


The parking lot suicides
Veterans are taking their own lives on VA hospital campuses, a desperate form of protest against a system that they feel hasn’t helped them. 
 

Alissa Harrington took an audible breath as she slid open a closet door deep in her home office. This is where she displays what’s too painful, too raw to keep out in the open.

Framed photos of her younger brother, Justin Miller, a 33-year-old Marine Corps trumpet player and Iraq veteran. Blood-spattered safety glasses recovered from the snow-covered Nissan Frontier truck where his body was found. A phone filled with the last text messages from his father: “We love you. We miss you. Come home.”

Miller was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal thoughts when he checked into the Minneapolis Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in February 2018. After spending four days in the mental-health unit, Miller walked to his truck in VA’s parking lot and shot himself in the very place he went to find help.

“The fact that my brother, Justin, never left the VA parking lot — it’s infuriating,” said Harrington, 37. “He did the right thing; he went in for help. I just can’t get my head around it.”

Washington Post

Tags: Americans, Backlash, Environment, Health, Insensitivity, Mental Health, Military, Misrepresentation, Nature, Neglect, New World Order, Politics, Portrait, Protections, Reckless, Respect, Sad, Victims, Violence, World

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10-Feb-2019


School forced to shut down after inviting lesbian politician to speak for Black History Month 

 

Students at Immaculata Catholic School in Durham, North Carolina, won’t be attending classes today after extremist right wing groups threatened protests over the school’s planned Black History Month celebration.

The event would have focused on African-American women and one of the planned speakers was lesbian city councilor Vernetta Alston.

“As a pastor, I cannot place our Imaculata students into this contentious environment,” school administrator Christopher VanHaight wrote in a letter to parents.

LGBTQ Nation

Federal judge rules Christian student group has constitutional right to exclude LGBTQ people

New push for public school Bible studies classes is an excuse to spread Christian gospel

Arizona state government is secretly funding an anti-LGBTQ hate group

Spain questions Catholic Church over sex abuse cases

I was groped by a man called “Mary”: The world changes but not the Catholic Church

Girl, 5, abducted, raped and murdered in Mumbai

SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH SEXUAL ABUSE DATABASE REVEALS HUNDREDS OF CONVICTED PREDATORS AMONG LEADERS

We hold everyone accountable except religion. We kiss their asses and then expect them to eat ours. All we do is enable and empower a hate that is built-in. I'm tired of waiting for respect. Fight the fuck back! 08-Feb-2019

Tags: Bullying, Business, Child Abuse, Choices, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Finance, Govt, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Interference, Parental Crime, Parents Don't Always Rule, Pride, Product, Punishment, Racism, Religion, Sex, Victims, Violence, Wake-Up!, World, Youth

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10-Feb-2019


Gay adult performer Calvin Banks: “My dad was my first blowjob” 

 

Adult video performer Calvin Banks recently told Himeros.tv that his first sexual experience was with his father. “I can now comfortably say my dad was my first blowjob,” Banks told the educational adult site.

“I gotta laugh about it,” Banks continued. “I have friends whose dads left when they were two years old. I joke with them, I say ‘Well, your dad didn’t love you enough, and my dad loved me too much.’”

Queerty

Tags: Abuse, Child Abuse, Gay, Hot Swatch, Incest, Nature, Parental Burden, Parenting, Porn, Portrait, Representation, Respect, Sex, Victims

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07-Feb-2019


A 7-year-old was tortured to death for not learning Bible verses 

 

Three people have been charged in connection to the death of a 7-year-old in Wisconsin who was beaten and buried in the snow.

Ethan Hauschultz, 7, died last April after being severely beaten as part of a punishment for not learning Bible verses.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Abuse, Addiction, Children, Environment, Family, Hate, Humiliation, Ignorance, Keep Abortion Legal, Murder, Parental Crime, Parents Don't Always Rule, Privilege, Punishment, Religion, Self-hatred, Stereotype, Supremacy, Terror, Victims, Violence

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07-Feb-2019


New York Archdiocese shutting down 7 Catholic schools 

 

Bedeviled by fading enrollment and aged facilities, seven more Catholic schools will shutter permanently at the end of the academic year, the Archdiocese of New York announced.

Five of the doomed schools are in New York City — two in Manhattan, two in the Bronx and one in Staten Island.

Saint Rose of Lima Elementary School in Harlem, established in 1924, and Saint Brigid Elementary in the East Village, founded in 1856, will both cease to operate, officials said.

NY Post

Tags: Backlash, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Fighting Back, Hypocrisy, Parental Pride, Religion, Sex, Victims, Violence

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05-Feb-2019


Ohio Girl Abducted, Killed on Way to School — and Parents Sue School for Not Reporting Her Absent 

 

The parents of 14-year-old Alianna DeFreeze allege that hours were wasted in search for her because the school didn't tell them she was missing

The parents of a 14-year-old Cleveland girl abducted on her way to school, then raped, tortured and murdered, allege the school is at fault for not alerting them about her absence, wasting hours that might have been used to search for her.

In a wrongful death lawsuit filed Friday and obtained by PEOPLE, the parents of Alianna DeFreeze say her school knew about the seventh grader’s unexcused absence on January 26, 2017, but failed to properly use an automated messaging system in place to alert parents with news about their children.

The school system “utterly and without question breached a critical duty owed to each and every parent to provide notice of a missing child—no text messages, phone calls, emails or any other form of communication,” the lawsuit alleges.

People

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Court, Education, Environment, Laws, Murder, Neglect, Parental Burden, Protections, Representation, Sad, Safety, Victims, Violence, Youth

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31-Jan-2019


Inside ‘Leaving Neverland’: Sundance’s Horrifying Michael Jackson Child Rape Documentary 

 

Famed choreographer Wade Robson learned how to dance from watching Michael Jackson videos. His entire career is owed to Jackson’s mentorship. The King of Pop was the largest creative force and inspiration in his life. And, as Robson says in the new documentary Leaving Neverland: “He also sexually abused me. For seven years.”

Robson, who first caught the public eye at age five when Jackson invited him to dance on stage during the Bad tour, and later became a teen-phenom choreographer for Britney Spears and NSYNC, had revealed Jackson’s abuse, which started when he was 7 years old, before. He controversially came forward with the allegations in 2013, four years after Jackson had died and almost a decade after testifying in court that Jackson had never abused him. Robson’s testimony helped exonerate Jackson.

But in Leaving Neverland, Robson details a meticulous and graphic account of being sexually abused by Jackson, the psychological damage inflicted by Jackson that forced Robson to keep the secret, the lasting effects of the abuse into adulthood, and why he is coming forward now. Robson’s account is disturbingly mirrored by that of James Safechuck, a former child actor who starred in one of Jackson’s Pepsi commercials and says he suffered the same years-long pattern of sexual abuse after the singer befriended and, by their accounts, bewitched his family.

The Daily Beast

Tags: Abuse, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Dcon, Documentary, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Music, Parental Crime, Privilege, Representation, Sex, Stereotype, Supremacy, Victims, Violence, Youth

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25-Jan-2019


All 5 Victims of Fla. Bank Shooting Were Women: Police 

 

Police do not know the motive of the suspect who allegedly entered a bank and shot the five people inside, all of them women.

Shortly after 12 p.m. on Wednesday, 21-year-old Zephen Xaver allegedly walked into a SunTrust bank branch on U.S. 27 in Sebring with the intention to kill, Sebring Police Chief Karl Hoglund said at a press conference Thursday.

Upon entering, Xaver allegedly took over the branch with force and opened fire on all five people inside. He then allegedly called 911 and “told dispatchers that he’d killed everyone in the bank,” Hoglund said.

People

Tags: Crime, Guns/Toys, Investigation, Murder, Privilege, Self-hatred, Tragedy, Victims, Violence, Women

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24-Jan-2019


Woman Held Captive for 10 Years in 'Basement of Horrors' Speaks Out: 'I Thought I Was Going to Die There' 

 

A Pennsylvania woman who was held captive for 10 years in what has reportedly been described as a “basement of horrors” is sharing her story seven years after she was rescued.

“I thought I was going to die there,” Tamara Breeden told local TV station WCAU in an interview this week of her time imprisoned in the basement of a Philadelphia home where she and several other developmentally disabled adults were kept.

The group was eventually saved in 2011 and their captor, Linda Weston, along with three co-conspirators were sent to prison.

Breeden, now 36, told WCAU that in addition to being physically abused and kept in torturous conditions — without light, a bed or a bathroom — she and the others were forced to urinate in a bucket, wear clothes pulled from the trash and denied showers.

People

Tags: All Rights, Finance, Hate, Heartless, Inhumanity, Mental Health, Portrait, Slavery, Treatment, Victims, Violence

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16-Nov-2018


Conversion Therapy Is Still Happening And It's Killing LGBTQ Teens 

 

This year, two movies about conversion therapy (or the idea that homosexuality and queerness are curable diseases) have hit the big screen to critical acclaim. Boy Erased, based on the memoir of the same title by Garrard Conley, and The Miseducation of Cameron Post, based on the novel by Emily Danforth, tell the stories of two teenagers from religious communities whose families enroll them in programs that promise to rid them of their same-sex attraction.

As someone from a religious background, I was moved by how realistic both films were about the pain of growing up in a community that rejects a major facet of your identity. But what I truly found to be one of the most emotional moments of Boy Erased was, in the film's final moments, when modern day conversion therapy facts started to appear on-screen. The film says that 700,000 LGBTQ people have been subjected to conversion therapy.

And it’s entirely true— conversion therapy is a reality. It’s still fully legally in 36 states, and strains of it run through too many religious communities to count. It's estimated that 20,000 LGBTQ teens will be subject to conversion therapy by a healthcare provider, and nearly 60,000 will be subject to "treatment" from a religious counselor before they turn 18.

Seventeen

Kentucky Baptist Convention severs ties with churches that support hiring gay employees

Tags: All Rights, Conversion Therapy, Gay Rights, Hate, Homophobia, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Injury, Judgement, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Punishment, Religion, Self-hatred, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Threat, Victims, Youth

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14-Nov-2018


Ex-gays to march to show 'Jesus' love delivered them from LGBTQ lifestyle' 

 

A group of people who claim to be former ‘homosexuals’ and ‘transgenders’ will take to the streets Los Angeles to show Jesus changed them. They want to show that people can stop being LGBTI.

The Freedom March is a collective of people who claim to no longer be LGBTI. Their second ever march is happening on 4 November.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Hate, Hypocrisy, Magic Splatter, Misrepresentation, New World Order, Politics, Protest, Religion, Victims

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24-Oct-2018


Thousands of people are seeking help after being forced into ‘ex-gay therapy’ 

 

In December 2014, a tractor-trailer traveling down Interstate 71 in Ohio struck and killed Leelah Alcorn.

Alcorn, who identified as transgender, had posted a suicide note on her Tumblr in which she described her isolation, desperation, and depression—feelings she blamed, in part, on the “conversion therapy” her conservative Christian parents forced her to undergo. Alcorn’s parents believed their “sick” child could be forcibly turned back into a boy and “cured” of her attraction to males.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Backlash, Bullying, Child Abuse, Children, Cowardice, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Hate, Health, Heartless, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Injury, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Nature, Neglect, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parents Don't Always Rule, Politics, Privilege, Punishment, Religion, Safety, Sexual Harassment, Shame, Supremacy, Threat, Treatment, Victims, Waste, Youth

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11-Oct-2018


L.A. County deputies stopped thousands of innocent Latinos on the 5 Freeway in hopes of their next drug bust 

 

The team of Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies cruises the 5 Freeway, stopping motorists on the Grapevine in search of cars carrying drugs.

They’ve worked the mountain pass in Southern California since 2012 and boast a large haul: more than a ton of methamphetamine, 2 tons of marijuana, 600 pounds of cocaine, millions of dollars in suspected drug money and more than 1,000 arrests.

But behind those impressive numbers are some troubling ones.

More than two-thirds of the drivers pulled over by the Domestic Highway Enforcement Team were Latino, according to a Times analysis of Sheriff’s Department data. And sheriff’s deputies searched the vehicles of more than 3,500 drivers who turned out to have no drugs or other illegal items, the analysis found. The overwhelming majority of those were Latino.

LA Times

Trained in California, a white supremacist fight club is accused of bringing violence to Charlottesville

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Bullying, Cowardice, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hypocrisy, Inciting Violence, Interference, Just Do Your Job, Macho Posing, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, New World Order, Police, Privilege, Racism, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Service, Supremacy, Training, Victims, Violence

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04-Oct-2018




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