History of violence against LGBT people in the United States
The history of violence against LGBT people in the United States is made up of assaults on gay men, lesbians, bisexual, transgender, and intersex individuals (LGBTQI), legal responses to such violence, and hate crime statistics in the United States of America. Those targeted by such violence are perceived to violate heteronormative rules and contravene perceived protocols of gender and sexual roles. People who are perceived to be LGBTQI may also be targeted.
A hate crime is simply defined as when individuals become victimized because of their race, ethnicity, religion, or gender.
How in the fuck is that disingenuous?
Do you understand that the Old Testament is a part of the Jewish Torah, lemme get you a quote:
Lev. 20:13 "If there is a man who lies with a male as those who lie with a woman, both of them have committed a detestable act; they shall surely be put to death. Their bloodguiltiness is upon them." (NASB)
This is out of the Jewish Holy book, also in the bible but its debateable if the christians are meant to do this sorta thing.
But there is no debate for the jews, its written clear as day. Although, this law might only apply to jewish people so as long as your not a jewish homosexual, then perhaps you are safe?
Now why are you mad at me? I didn't write the book and I do not follow the book.
Jews and Christians don't throw people off roofs for being gay. Only one religion does that and you know which one it is.
It's not just gay men. It's society as a whole. Hetero women are pushed to believe that career and spending are better than family. Hetero men are lost in a high divorce rate sea of people who think the grass is greener elsewhere. Gay relationships are plauged by hookup culture and the concept that anything goes and everyone can invent their own normal.
Stand your ground. Live a life that feels moral and right. If nothing else you will feel that you did what's right even if it means being alone. Maybe it will mean someone else will want to walk that path with you though.
Either way it's better than living for the next weekend and the next hookup.
So every media outlet ran at least one puff piece about the stupid baby baloon and how SuckDick Kahn is protecting freedom of speech. Gotta go to Britebart to see this though.
Once my visa expired, that's when I became undocumented, or "unauthorized". But yes, coming in legally with a visa made all the difference in the world when it came to adjusting my status. When someone enters w/ an "illegal entry" is nearly impossible for them to ever adjust their status. There are 10yr bans for people who have been undocumented for more than 1yr, and when they apply (if they become eligible). I wrote about it in much more detail here too: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/24/heres-the-myth-about-being-an-undocumented-immigrant-that-drives-me-crazy-commentary.html
I've been saying for years we need to fix that loophole.
Oh be a Democrat. There's always more money for the "social net". We can just tax everyone more and have both.
Crowder has another one of these Crowder Confronts videos on his youtube channel. He confronts a woman that tried to get people to firebomb his van. He does the confrontation in an Uncle Sam costume.
It was pretty boring though. The bitch just holds up a phone and doesn't say anything.