Rabu, 08 Februari 2012
More good news on the Marriage Equality front! The House of Representatives in Washington passed a bill for marriage equality with the vote of 55 to 43.
As promised, Governor Chris Gregoire will sign the bill into law next week!
The vampire Lestat may be back on the movie screen soon.
Imagine Entertainment now has the rights to the Vampire Book queen Anne Rice’s The Tale of the Body Thief. In this story, Lestat switches bodies with a psychic, hoping to change his dull and boring life. However, the psychic plans on keeping Lestat's body and powers forever.
This could be fun, I just hope they do it right. Remember Queen of the Damned? That was a hot mess (R.I.P. Aaliyah)
CNN just suspended Roland for his insensitive tweet on Sunday. Here is their statement:
“Roland Martin’s tweets were regrettable and offensive. Language that demeans is inconsistent with the values and culture of our organization, and is not tolerated. We have been giving careful consideration to this matter, and Roland will not be appearing on our air for the time being.”Roland hasn't said anything yet. More to come.
A historically black church in Boston has been reaching out to many of the LGBT youth in the area. Union United Methodist Church is making it their mission help everyone and make our community feel welcomed.
Union United Methodist leaders say the Youth Space drop-in center is an extension of their open and affirming mission to follow the teachings of Christ and serve all people, including those in the margins of society and those who have been disenfranchised.Kudos, for this church for actually doing what to churches supposed to do. Help people.
“Most churches are not willing to put themselves out there . . . because it conflicts with their theology,’’ said Cummings, who then evoked the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’’
The Youth Space program, which targets gay and straight 13- to 18-year-olds, comes at a time when black churches are coming under increasing pressure from advocates for gays to be more accepting. The topic remains so controversial in many black churches that clergy are reluctant to publicly discuss it.
Simply by being there, the trio was straddling a divisive line between the gay community and the black church, where many gay and lesbian minorities have long felt ignored or unwelcome in the pews.