Monthly Archives: June 2013

Possibly the gayest moment of TV: Cher, Andy Cohen, and Anderson Cooper

Quite a nice episode at Andy’s show.

Tokyo Moe

A lot of mutual love and admiration. Is this the meaning of the holy “trinity”?

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Supreme Court Rejected Bid to Stop California’s Gay Marriages – Pride 2013 Continues

The Los Ageles Times reported that the US Supreme Court has rejected the bid to halt same-sex marriages in California.

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©2013terrjaiye

Click the link to read the full story.

The bidders in halting the marriages continue to practice their discriminatory ideologies and continue to harm people that are now protected by the US Constitution and issued by the US Supreme Court in June 26, 2013.

Today, the San Francisco Pride 2013 will be celebrated extraordinarily.

Parade organizers say about a million people attended the event last year and they expect at least 4,000 more people this year due to the Supreme Court rulings.

SF Gay Pride Parade 2013. Photo Credit: D.Ross Cameron
SF Gay Pride Parade 2013. Photo Credit: D.Ross Cameron

New York Pride 2013 will hold its parade today as well.  One of the Grand Marshall will be Edie Windsor, the winner of the case on DOMA, where Supreme Court issued a federal recognition of Same-Sex Marriages within the states that allow such marriages.

Photo Taken in NY Pride 2013 Parade. Photo Credit: AP/Craig Ruttle
Photo Taken in NY Pride 2013 Parade. Photo Credit: AP/Craig Ruttle

Same Sex Marriage Equality is a Recognition of Loving & Caring Relationships Among Individuals

The US Supreme Court Ruling in favor to the discriminated LGBT Citizens have restored the Rights and deserving Equal Treatment on Marriage. Thanks for President Obama’s Leadership and the Integrity of all the Supreme Court Judges who stood up for the People’s Rights. The LGBTs will be forever endebted to all who worked for their fight in DOMA’s discriminatory features.

Remarks of President Obama in Senegal while traveling.

“We believed in basic fairness”, “As a President, If you have been married in Massachussettes, you move some place else, you still married. Under Fed law, you should be able to obtain the benefits of any lawfully married couple” – President Obama

 

Credit Source: usatoday.com
Credit Source: usatoday.com

IdeasN

The US Supreme Court has issued its ruling on two controversial issues that divided Americans for many years.

In June 26, 2013, the American LGBT Citizens gained equal respect, rights and privileges to their counterparts in the American Society within the Federal Level of government.   The Supreme Court Judges removed the second class classification that was provided to the LGBT Citizens and recognized all Same-Sex Marriages in all states that allowed marriages, as equal to their counterparts among heterosexuals.

“This ruling is a victory for couples who have long fought for equal treatment under the law; for children whose parents’ marriages will now be recognized, rightly, as legitimate; for families that, at long last, will get the respect and protection they deserve; and for friends and supporters who have wanted nothing more than to see their loved ones treated fairly and have worked hard to persuade their nation to change…

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Community Immersion / Pre-decision Tour Impacts Results of Effective Relocation and Costs

One opportunity not to miss. It is always great when you feel comfortable and experience that when you are visiting that place where you will live and work in the near future. Great service for all.

Am I a Foreigner? Hmmm, Really!

When you are or like living in a diverse community, you don’t need to deliberately ask someone ‘whether a foreigner or not’ – i like melting pot communities as different culture enriches the relationships between one another. Communicating with others in various ways also a great way to embrace other cultures by evolving with everyone.