The Truth About Homosexuality

Homosexuality is a choice The soul makes before birth It has nothing to do with Your souls actual worth We are all worthy in our physical life Blood genes and brain matter aside It is our hearts that matter most What we project from the inside The heart of a gay man Or that of […]

Interview With Osama Bin Laden’s Former Mistress Kola Boof

She is an Egyptian/Sudanese-American, award-winning novelist, poet, television writer, activist, and one of the many women entangled in the life of one of America’s Most Wanted Individuals – Osama Bin Laden. Kola Boof, mistress and confidant of the well-known terrorist responsible for the many lives lost during the 9/11 World Trade attacks, came out not […]

Gay Marriage and Using The Bible as a Crutch for the Mentally Impaired

For gays and lesbians, true human equality will be achieved when each and every one of us is given the opportunity to enjoy one of the most sought after benefits and rewards of lasting love – and that is marriage. Religion often plays a major role in the joining together of two souls in a […]

‘Pastor’ Eddie Long: Pulpit Pimping, Abuse of Power & Muscle Shirts

Remember Ted Haggard? The anti-gay evangelical preacher who turned out to be as gay as Ricky Martin’s boyfriend. We all remember that his deck of cards came tumbling down so fast he had nowhere to land except in the arms of the second gay man he was accused of sleeping with after the first story broke. The […]

You Can’t Pray Away The Gay

Being sexually assaulted doesn’t mean you are or will become, gay. Donnie McClurkin asserts that a sexual assault he experienced at the age of 8 has played a crucial role in shaping his past sexual attraction to men. What happened to him as a child was terrible, but I contend that nothing that happens to you can make […]

Gay Rights And Civil Rights

I was reading a post over at The Rainbow Room today and came across a subject I’ve been meaning to write about, but have been putting off for some time. The post gave me just the boost I needed. I’m only disappointed that I’m not able to add more to it, but for now, a […]

A Brief History of Blacks, Marriage and Hypocrisy in the LDS

Black Mormons came to exist within two years of the founding of the Mormon Church by Joseph Smith in 1832. Elijah Able was the first black elder and Seventy Apostle or “traveling minister”. As a carpenter he contributed to the construction of the Temple in Utah, however he was denied his own Endowment in the […]