NJ Bed & Breakfast Owners Rip Lesbian Mom on Facebook, Tell Her God Invented AIDS to Punish 'Queers'
Joianne Fraschilla, a lesbian mother, is planning a protest after seeing an anti-gay sign promoting "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day" and "One Man One Woman Marriage" posted outside the Whitebriar Bed and Breakfast (which also has an 'animal farm') in her town of Edgewater Park, New Jersey, and writing the owners on Facebook to express her disappointment:
"This is somewhere my son loves to pass by and we have been excited to visit. Not anymore. I'm sad to see a local business anti LGBT marriage."
Isn't it wonderful Joanne Fraschilla, that you and your son can enjoy the animals here because I have a traditional marriage with a husband who works with me 90 hours a week to take care of these animals, and the summer camp....we're 66-68 years old....there were no gays or queers in our time.....if two old ladies chose to live together..so be it, let them deal with God when they get there...but to have the "face sucking" thrown in my face of two gay lesbians who are totally destroying the "normal balance in a child's life" as you claim your son...where is the role model that your son needs to know how to act like a man? or will he only see the "one sided selfishness" of a "single parent"...and end up an out cast in society by being "gay" himself because he didn't have a father as a role model. I'll pray for you....remember what the bible says: "Lay down with dogs, get up with fleas".....guess that's why God invented aids....
THIS LOCAL BUSINESS WILL BE ONE MAN ONE WOMAN ONE GOD MAKES MARRIAGE....AND PROUD TO DO SO....YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY TO OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS
Now she's planning a protest and wants the owners to apologize.
(via good as you)
Last November, I posted video of the NASA 'Curiosity' probe as it blasted off to Mars.
This Sunday night, the Mini-Cooper-sized probe will reach the red planet and hopefully begin sending back data that will help determine if there was ever life there.
And who better to tell you all you need to know but William Shatner, AFTER THE JUMP...
“I think this is the Hubble Space Telescope of Mars exploration,” said John M. Grunsfeld, NASA’s associate administrator in charge of the science mission directorate. (He is best known as the Hubble repairman, flying on three space shuttle missions to refurbish and upgrade the telescope.) “This is the first time that we have a real analytical laboratory heading to the surface.”
Over the weekend, Brandon posted about recent remarks from singer Chris Brown, who was asked about Frank Ocean's recent coming out as he was departing a nightclub in Cannes.
Brown reportedly told the reporter: "Man, no homo!"
Brown took to his Twitter today to discuss the issue further, presumably in response to online criticism that his remark was homophobic:
"My Opinion on the whole Frank Ocean subject is ......... Love who u wanna love. It's ur decision. People stop searching for BS...Everyone is so quick to point the wrong fingers at each other! Ask urself... Am I Doing everything I can to help the world ????...The world is so bent on social acceptance that we've forgotten what makes us special... Our individuality! #Imdone #readabookbitch."
Finally, a must-not-miss review of Brown's latest album, AFTER THE JUMP...
"Isaac Anthony is a conservative six-year-old who knows where he stands on political issues and the upcoming Presidential election."
Just a hunch, but I'm guessing some teabagger put him up to this.
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...
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CNN "regrets" playing P!nk's "Stupid Girls" before story on Sarah Palin.
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Beckham's Olympic weekend.
Madonna responds to the heckling she got in Paris.
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Kellan Lutz bares the beef in Saint-Tropez.
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Australian MP John Alexander dodges gay marriage question: "As we talked we had this flippant conversation, maybe we should institute a gay marriage for women and call it a Navratilova and as the conversation went on possibly an Alexander for gay men, not after me but for Alexander the Great. Just joking about it, maybe it had some some credibility, that there is three different types of marriage and maybe that could make everybody happy."
Male model fix: Devin Paisley.
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"Drunken lout" targets gay couple.
Straight Black couple told they can't have wedding at Mississippi Baptist church. "The church congregation had decided no black could be married at that church, and that if he went on to marry her, then they would vote [the pastor] out the church."
Train objects to use of song on anti-gay marriage website in New Zealand: "Lobby group Family First today launched the 'Protect Marriage' site, in response to Labour MP Louisa Wall's Marriage Equality Bill. It features news articles and resources about marriage and has a clip of the Train song 'Marry Me' on it." The website, incidentally, was attacked in a DoS onslaught within hours of it going online.
The L.A. Times on the London Olympics' new approach to gender: "For the London Games, officials are going by a new set of rules that shifts the focus from DNA to testosterone, a hormone that aids muscle development, endurance and speed. To a group of increasingly vocal skeptics, the very notion of gender testing is flawed and efforts to measure it biologically are doomed to fail. But some experts said they had to try anyway."