Amidst the onslaught of spam I receive — shady pharmaceutical ads and celebrity sex tapes — I discovered this real gem, which counts as my first certifiable hate mail.
21 October, 2011 is the last year for LGBT pride to survive on earth
I won’t support or Anti-LGBT, but the world start crazy, disaster, economic crisis & self-destroy each day, no matter of how charity you try to make it. Just wanna remind you that being gay/Lesbian/Bisexual had been considered immortal and sinful cursed by all religious and all around the world by God & all his Kingdom of Heavens ex: Buddhist, Christ, Hindu, Islam etc. God may not prevent natural disasters, everything is subject to the fall of humanity into ‘sinful that effects on everything’s’ for ex: disasters, disease, resources limited, crisis & suffering as universe by against the laws of nature (Genesis 1:1). Revenge of God, Kingdom of Heavens & Mother of the Earth is ‘JUST STARTING’ God killed millions in the bible…..allowed almost every loss possible on this earth for ex: Job, Status, Sick, Deep grief, AIDS/HIV, Horrible, Loneliness, A Catastrophe Ballet. Hurting was to realize what’s coming, as ‘Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God’ and then sudden destruction cometh upon them…” Awake to righteousness
The manic tenor was indeed intriguing, as well as Siwanuan’s certainty that October 21st is THE BIG DAY he (she?) has been waiting for — the complete obliteration of LGBT pride.
(It was sent on the morning of October 21st, and well, we rainbow flag-waving infidels are still kicking it. Sorry Siwanun).
The guy/gal submitted the comment on my guestbook, and I briefly considered approving it and adding him to my mailing list. Nah. I’d only be inviting more barely literate, fanatic rants, of which there’s too many in the world, as in the frightening panel of Republican presidential candidates spouting off every other day.
But just to share a recent heartwarming helping of LGBT pride, I was enchanted by Huffington Post’s recent story about military officers and gay couple Adam Harmon and Pete Bennett.
I consider myself pretty anti-militaristic, but I have to admit, there’s something about queers in the armed forces that makes my heart go pitter-patter. And it’s just a really interesting story — how two men found love within the intensely homophobic confines of the U.S. marines.
If you’re going to make a living promoting American imperialism, the least you can do is subvert the heterosexual norm. May Adam and Pete live happily ever after.