Thursday, July 26, 2007

Jail time for a blow job?

I HAVE HEARD IT ALL NOW! Can you imagine being sentenced to ten years in prison for receiving a blow job?

That's what happened to Genarlow Wilson, who was seventeen years old at the time of his arrest. He had never been in trouble with the law, had a 3.2 GPA, and was on his high school football team. He was about to enter his last semester of high school.

Then, he received a blowjob from a fifteen year old girl at a party he attended. She is ONE YEAR younger than the required age for consensual sex in Georgia. And it was consensual. She even admits it. The act was even videotaped by other people in the room.

Can somone help me understand why this boy must lose ten years of his life for this? Why must his parents lose TEN YEARS with their son? I am outraged over this. Genarlow has been in jail since February 2005. Now, take a minute and think of all the things you have done since 2005. Can you imagine missing out on all of those things over CONSENSUAL oral sex???

PLEASE go HERE and sign the petition for his release and also to help prevent him from having to register as a Sex Offender.

(I suck at posting links, so if it doesn't work, here's the site:

Sunday, July 22, 2007

I now pronounce you Chuck & Larry

I never do movie reviews, however after seeing I now pronounce you Chuck & Larry, I had to write about it.


Not only is it very funny, it also has such a positive message about homosexuality. That message being..........homophobia is silly. Homophobia is ignorant. Homophobia hurts.

Adam Sandler and Kevin James are two of my favorite comedy actors and the movie is filled with laughs, but it's so much more than that. Through laughter a very important message is being sent out; Being a homosexual doesn't make you a bad person. Live your life the way you want, and let others do the same.

Saturday, July 14, 2007

I hate to say I told you so, but I did.

Some of you may remember my blog about Madeleine McCann. She is the little girl that went missing while on vacation with her family in Portugal. To view the original blog, go to: No equal treatment in America (in my May blogs). Charges have still not been filed against the parents for leaving her alone in her hotel room.

On June 12, 2007 a fire broke out in Pittsburgh claiming the lives of five young children. Daekia Holyfield, 7; Cedano Holyfield, 4; Dezekiah Holyfied, 3; Azquel Rankin, 5; and Andre Rankin, 6. Two eight year boys were able to escape the fire uninjured.

Two Mothers of the five children killed had left the children alone, for a reported 15 to 20 minutes, while they went to a bar and had one beer. Shakita Mangham and Fuhara “T” Love are facing charges of Involuntary Manslaughter, reckless endangering firefighters, endangering the welfare of children, and one count of making false reports to police. The false report charge stemmed from Mangham’s initial report that the children were left with a babysitter, which later proved to be false.

WHERE IS THE EQUAL TREATMENT HERE????? Can anyone tell me WHY these women are facing such harsh punishment when Madeleine’s McCann’s parents are being celebrated and supported? THEY ARE ALL GUILTY! If the McCann’s had been in the hotel room with their children, they could possibly prevented the kidnapping of their daughter. It Mangham and Love were at home with their children, they could have possibly saved their children’s lives.

It really upsets me to think that money, race or community status. I’m so tired of seeing it. In cases like these, EQUAL TREATMENT should be enforced.

Thursday, July 5, 2007

I am not afraid.........of gay people.

Talk about a subject that gets people upset! Talk about homosexuality. I have always went with the motto: People fear what they do not understand. Homosexuality is something people fear. Yet I can't understand why.

Let me clear up some myths about gay people.

1. They are NOT sexual predators looking for a chance to leap on the first unsuspecting person.
2. They are NOT in need of conversion.
3. Some of them actually believe in God and worship him.
4. Their homosexuality is NOT contagious.

I am amazed that when I tell people one of my relatives is a lesbian, the first thing people usually say is, "Has she ever tried anything with you?" SHE IS MY AUNT! FAMILY! These same people have never asked me if my Uncle has ever tried anything with me. Why would my Aunt try anything with me????

Also, these same ignorant people will take a step back away from ME because my relative is a lesbian. As if, by being related, I will pass on homosexuality to them!

Another popular response is, "Has she tried therapy?"

WHAT A BUNCH OF IDIOTS! What a bunch of uninformed, sexually predjudiced morons!