Lubricate your anus and the syringe/bulb/attachment – and insert. Relax, just as if you were taking a penis or toy. Squatting can also help easy passage. You don’t need to go in deep, just enough to get through the inner sphincter.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
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Also look out for special guest appearances from:
Alan Shepherd of Spice and Company
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Mikey of Soka Kartel
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Monday, July 30, 2012
Its so strange that when your no one people don't say nothinge about you or friends
tell you you can do better be better strive of better. Then you do better and people sing nasty comments about you and your life style your because you are ttrying hard to make your self a better person. We should applaud the people not look to pull when down if your gay or not you are
talented and that deserves the reward..
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Chris Brown Hurls Homophobic Insult at Frank Ocean
BY Jeremy Kinser
July 27 2012 8:38 PM ET
Earlier this month Ocean, whose critically acclaimed new album Channel Orange is also an unqualified hit, revealed that his first love was a man and since stated that being closeted was like having a "boulder on my chest." But apparently Brown isn't sympathetic. According to PRLog, "While leaving Gotha nightclub in Cannes, Chris Brown had some choice words for a paparazzi who asked him about R&B Crooner Frank Ocean. While entering his vehicle Chris was asked about Frank Ocean, to which Brown responded “Man, no homo!”
Last summer Brown denied making homophobic comments at a Las Vegas nightclub. The new report also reveals that Brown and Ocean have had run-ins in the past. The two men previously exchanged heated Twitter messages and Logo blog NewNowNext posted video of Brown sending relatives to chase Ocean's car in June 2011.
Prominent Antigay Evangelical Blogger Outed as Gay
BY Diane Anderson-Minshall
July 27 2012 12:15 PM ET
James Merrit, the former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, is currently the pastor at an Atlanta mega-church, had promised that his son would join the church this weekend for a special announcement, but no word on whether this was what they had planned. Southworth outed Merritt in his blog this week, so Merritt responded by admitting his "inappropriate" actions to evangelist blogger Ed Stetzer.
Joe.My.God’s Joe Jervis posted a rundown of the relationship between Merritt and Southworth that occurred in 2009. Merritt says he and Southworth began emailing and sexting each other after Merritt wrote an article saying "that Christians must love people who experience sexual brokenness." The sexting led to a meet up and "as we were saying goodbye, we had physical contact that went beyond the bounds of friendship. I was overcome with guilt, knowing I had put myself in an unwise situation. We never saw each other again and we ceased contact after a period of time."
Merritt says he saw a Christian counselor to sort through his childhood and "what I believed God wanted for me. I also began to acknowledge to myself that I have sin in my past, sin for which I accept responsibility. Inappropriate texting, inappropriate actions are inappropriate no matter who the other party is. These were my decisions and no one else’s. It’s from my brokenness, that I feel I can now be transparent, honest, and authentic about these accusations. Those close to me know I have actually been planning to share the story of my brokenness for some time. Because it is part of my spiritual journey. And because it underscores the power of the Gospel to transform lives.”
Southworth himself said, "Exposing this truth of Jonathan’s sexual orientation is not an easy decision for me. I take no pleasure in doing this. As I type this my stomach is turning because I know of the backlash he will receive. I have thought about what all of this will mean for him and for me. I base my reasoning in the importance of living an authentic and honest life. We must have radical honesty in the character, intentions and identities of our leaders.”
Saturday, July 28, 2012
I thought you might be interested in the following story on EDGEonthenet.com: "Step Up Revolution" The "Step Up" franchise steps it up in the dancing department with the fourth installment, "Step Up Revolution" which moves the action to Miami where an underground flash mob tries to stop an evil developer from taking away their homes. http://www.edgeonthenet.com/?135370 To view this story, click the link above or paste it into your browser.
I thought you might be interested in the following story on EDGEonthenet.com: "Chick-fil-A Sandwiches Become a Political Symbol" Chick-fil-A, the fast-food chain known for putting faith ahead of profits by closing on Sundays, is standing firm in its opposition to gay marriage after touching off a furor earlier this month. http://www.edgeonthenet.com/?135530 To view this story, click the link above or paste it into your browser.
Monday, July 23, 2012
For 16 years, Eon Hendricks lived his life as a homosexual. Alcohol was his dear friend and being in and out of same-sex relationships was his weakness.
However, at age 25, he turned his life around, forsook this “dark period” of his early years and gave his life over to God.
It was not an easy road for Hendricks, who was raised by a single mother. At ten years old he was told by her boyfriend: “Fellows will one day take advantage of you.”
Only three years ago did he wonder if those words had put a curse on his life.
His past lifestyle is not a problem any more for the 35-year-old Guyanese born-again preacher who, “with the help of God”, wants to preach to the entire world that homosexuality and lesbianism are the works of Satan but deliverance from their “ugly” clutches is possible.
Hendricks says he is ready to take his message to the schools, churches and every nook and cranny in Barbados. In fact, he has already shared information on his life as a homosexual on public television in Guyana.
“Today I am very proud of my new lifestyle with God. I want the world to know what He has done for me. Homosexuality is an abomination. I paid attention and took heed. It’s time for people to wake up,” he told the SUNDAYSUN in an interview this past week.
“A lot of people are living sinful ives in homosexual relations. Many are here in Barbados. It’s in the church, the schools, it’s everywhere. I know men in Barbados who are struggling with their sexuality.
“Many who are married are dabbling in homosexual relationships. If they fail to get help, it will bring a lot of disgrace to them.
They are living a double-standard lifestyle instead of dealing with their situation.”
It was at the tender age of seven that Hendricks discovered his deep attraction to members of his own sex.
By 15 he had left school because his mother could not adequately provide for her family of five. He started living a promiscuous lifestyle around 16 and was already a heavy drinker who was preyed on by members of his own sex.
Throughout this season of his life he watched helplessly as friends “died from one thing or another”, with never a chance to change their lifestyle.
He disclosed that at 25 years old he sat at the home of a couple for whom he worked and received a startling revelation. He said tears ran down his face as he asked God: “Why is this happening to me?”
He added that he cried out and asked God to save him.
“I knew I did not like my lifestyle. I had already spent many years in the world and gained nothing.
“About two weeks later a friend called and asked me, ‘Do you know that God has a calling on your life?’ [Almost miraculously] God started to move away my friends and he placed people in my life to encourage me. That’s how things started to happen in terms of knowing God.
“I got baptized on August 31, 2003, and from then on I started to serve the Lord.”
Today, Hendricks is a minister of the gospel in the Special Miracle And Deliverance ministry with dreams of marrying and having children.
Through the encouragement of a dear friend – prophetess Marguerite Breedy-Haynes of Saving The Lost At Any Cost ministry – he thanks God for the freedom to talk about his former lifestyle.
“I want people to know that God can deliver anybody from a life of homosexuality. They can be transformed. Homosexuality is wrong. It is an abomination and people need to get out of it quickly. It is taking over this and other nations.”
He offered parents some advice on how to deal with their children.
“If they are homosexuals, they need help. Putting them out of the house won’t help. Homosexuality needs to be dealt with. It is total disrespect to God for men to marry men and women to marry women.
“People who do these things are destroying their lives,” reiterated Hendricks, who said he went through many deliverance sessions before being “set free”.
“I don’t play with my life any more. I am now in Christ. Old things have passed away and all things have become new. I am radical for Christ and I want to see the church rise up and take a stand against homosexuality.
“It is wrong!”
Chick-Fil-A fallout continues: Kiss-in planned, Boston mayor and Jim Henson Company blast restaurant for anti-gay stance
Conservative commentator and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee tells supporters to go buy a chicken sandwich.‘Let's affirm a business that operates on Christian principles,' he says.Comments (2)
By Anthony Bartkewicz / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Dan Cathy, CEO of Chick-Fil-A.
“National Same-Sex Kiss Day” is set for Aug. 3, according to the event’s official Facebook page.
Cathy came under fire after he told the Baptist Press that Chick-Fil-A was “guilty as charged” when it comes to supporting “the biblical definition of the family unit.”
RELATED: CHICK-FIL-A COPS TO BEING ANTI-GAY
The company has donated millions of dollars to groups such as the Marriage & Family Foundation and the Family Research Council, which oppose the legalization of gay marriage.
In response, the Jim Henson Company – which is in the midst of a puppet-making kit promotion with Chick-Fil-A – announced that it will no longer work with the restaurant.
“Lisa Henson, our CEO, is personally a strong supporter of gay marriage and has directed us to donate the payment we received from Chick-Fil-A to [the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation],” read a statement on Facebook.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino also blasted Chick-Fil-A for its stance, and vowed to block a proposed location near the Freedom Trail, a popular Boston tourist spot.
“You can’t have a business in the city of Boston that discriminates against a population,” Menino told the Boston Herald.
He said getting licenses to open in the city “will be very difficult – unless they open up their policies.”
Chick-Fil-A has a supporter in former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who is organizing a "Chick Fil-A Appreciation Day” two days before the kiss-in.
Huckabee, who hosts a political commentary show on Fox News, said he was “incensed at the vitriolic assaults” on the company following Cathy’s comments.
“The goal is simple,” he said on his Facebook page. “Let's affirm a business that operates on Christian principles and whose executives are willing to take a stand for the Godly values we espouse by simply showing up and eating at Chick Fil-A on Wednesday, August 1.”
If a group of Ukrainian lawmakers succeeds in its mission, TV shows and movies sympathetically portraying homosexuals such as "Brokeback Mountain" will be banned. So will gay pride parades.
The recently introduced bill, supported by the president's representative in parliament, would impose prison terms of up to five years and unspecified fines for spreading "propaganda of homosexuality" — defined as positive public depiction of gays in public.
It has sparked an outcry from rights organizations in Ukraine and beyond, who condemn the bill as a throwback to Soviet times when homosexuality was a criminal offense. They also warn that harassing the gay community could lead to a spike in the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Ukraine, one of Europe's most severe, by driving gays further underground.
Although homosexuality was decriminalized in Ukraine and neighboring Russia after the fall of communism, animosity toward gays remains high across the former Soviet sphere. St. Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city and regarded as one of the country's most sophisticated, this year passed a law mandating fines of up to $33,000 for promoting homosexuality among minors. A gay pride parade in the Georgian capital ended in a scuffle with opponents in March.
The Ukrainian bill comes in the wake of organizers' decision to cancel the country's first gay-pride parade in May, which they made after hearing that hundreds of potentially violent opponents of gay rights had come to the capital.
Two Ukrainian gay rights activists have been brutally attacked in recent months.
The hostility toward homosexuals raises concern wider questions about tolerance in Ukraine and whether the country is truly capable of embracing Western values as strives to join the European Union. In the run-up to last month's European football championship, co-host Ukraine was rocked by allegations of racism, as fans at one stadium performed monkey chants directed at black players.
Pavlo Ungurian, one of the six lawmakers from various parties who authored the bill, told reporters Monday that growing acceptance of gay rights in the West is "not evolution, but degradation" and needed to be fought.
"Our goal is the preservation of the moral, spiritual and physical health of the nation," Ungurian said. "We must stop the propaganda, the positive description and the publicity ... of this abnormal lifestyle."
Ruslan Kukharchuk, who heads the group "Love Against Homosexuality" and campaigns in support of the bill, said the legislation would make TV dating shows involving same-sex couples and movies like "Brokeback Mountain," which explores the romantic relationship of two cowboys in the United States, illegal. Gay pride events and parades would also be banned.
Kukharchuk charged that homosexuality is an illness and that people must be treated for it. In 1990, the World Health Organization removed homosexuality from the international classification of illnesses.
"We believe that homosexuality is a disease, it is a psychological disorder of a person and without a doubt there must be institutions, perhaps even financed by the government, to help such people get rehabilitation therapy," Kukharchuk said.
No date has been set for a vote on the bill in parliament, but Kukharchuk hopes it will be considered in September before a parliamentary election in October.
Saturday, July 21, 2012
"I just happen to have a vivid imagination," said theacclaimed author of Who Can I Run To and Love to Luv. "Peopleread my stories and actually think the stories are about me. But I had a prettynormal childhood - besides growing up in the south. I have just alwaysgravitated towards romance movies and fantasy stuff."
"It is a very cool thing that we have authors out doingthings so different from each other," said AnDerecco. "In the past,the industry has been regulated."
AnDerecco’s stories, at times, are stories of love and happiness,sex, success and drama.
They are the stories many readers have become familiar with thatlook at the struggles of identity, acceptance, settling down, etc. They are thestories that have in the past become the more successful of gay and lesbian literaturethanks to the E. Lynn Harris' and James Earl Hardy's of the world.
"It is important for us as creators of literature to thinkabout doing stories that have never been done before," adds AnDerecco.
Today, AnDerecco is revolutionalizing the literary industry and,in effect, turning the page on intolerance.
"The main reason I decided to focus on a coffee table bookthat concentrated on black gay relationships was because so many people I knowdon't think it is possible to have a successful, black gay relationship,"said the 34-year-old.
"I did not see a lot of anything out there that celebratedthose couple that have committed their lives to each other and share it withthe community."
Though his books are fiction, AnDerecco is opening up theissue of African American sexuality. This is the concluding novel in a trilogythat uniquely blends intimacy, love, friendship and sexuality.
"Everyday someone is calling or telling me I am ordering itor sending it to other people I know," he said. "It is still so newand I am still not use to it all."
AnDerecco might be considered a literary trailblazer today;however he shy away from accepting such acclaim.
"I do not think James Baldwin and Langston Hughes werethinking we would be talking about their work and their impact so many yearslater when they were writing," Dean said. "In my mind, I am not doinganything different today that those writers were doing then, necessarily. Theywere writing for their moment."
"I am forever thankful for what the Baldwins, Hughes andHarrises that they did what they did," said AnDerecco. "I am standingfirm and tall on their shoulders. They are the icons. Had it not been a them,it would not have been a me. Their influence could never be minimized."
AnDerecco said he just tries to stay humble.
"There was a void and no one else was stepping up to theplate, so I felt it was something I had to do," he said. "I don'tthink anything I have done in my career is special. We all have the ability toshare our voice."
Undercover Lies, 3rdinstallment to “Who Can I Run To?” is an intricate tale oflove lost and found through the intertwining lives of four engaging charactersall in pursuit of love, happiness and success. This riveting page-turner isembedded with dilemmas of self-discovery, friendship and deception. Be preparedto embrace each character’s hardships, walk with them as they battle demons,journey with them as they rediscover themselves and celebrate with them as theylearn the true meaning of love.
These individuals will take their biggest chanceon finding something that’s eluded them for far too long—true love. But willwhat they discover during their quests be a truth that sets them free or atruth that takes no prisoners? Only time will tell…
Hellhath no fury…
In Torn, AnDerecco takes usinto Junction High School in Jackson, Mississippi where we look into the livesof Demarcus Slaughter, Keira Garcia, Zeshawn Bracey, and Cameron Lawson. Fourlives are about to intersect in romance and scandal. At the heart of the novelis: Demarcus, an All American ball player, Keira, coping with the lost of hermother, Zeshawn, a gay student that is secure in who he is, and Cameron, aspoiled young man that is very carefree.
All of these characters face the challenge of keeping the faith--in themselves.While AnDerecco's heartfelt storytelling reveals how the love of family canhelp one to face the terrible legacy of long-held secrets. Throughout thesecharacters' search for self-knowledge.
Howold were you when you began writing? What encouraged you to give it a try?
I havealways been writing. I wrote out of trying to work some things out in my ownlife. When I would be upset about something or someone I would write them aletter. I never really voiced what I had to say until I was with my ex. Myfirst real project didn’t come about until I was in college and it sat on theshelf for a number of years.
What kept you going when working on yourprojects?
It wasa story that I wanted to tell. I feel like in any kind of special novelwriting, you have to tell a story that is purely your own, that no one else canwrite but you. I went into writing my novels with a quiet confidence. If no oneelse wanted to read it, that was OK.
What was the initial response to yourbook?
Mixed.Mostly family and friends that bought “WhoCan I Run To?”. I didn't have a lot of money to go on the road so I begandoing ground work. I would go to beauty shops, contact book clubs and themedia, attend sorority and fraternity conventions.
When did you realize you had somethingspecial?
When Ireleased “Love to Luv”. I promoted alittle bit more and gained a new audience. And when they found out that it waspart two they would go back and get the first book. Not only did that tell me Ihad secured my base with fans but that I was picking up new people. I alwaysfeel like I have work to do. I want universal appeal. I want anyone who enjoysreading to pick up my book.
Why do you think your books are such asuccess?
Peoplethink the characters are real. They relate to what's going on in their livesand they take them on as their own.
People believe there's always some truthin fiction, are any of the stories based on your own experiences?
Iwould never jeopardize my friendships by writing about friends. I do getinspiration, though, from people I may meet. These are meetings with greatbrevity. I just use my imagination from there.
What are you working on now?
I'mwriting a totally new novel and working on wrapping the “Who Can I Run To?” series and the second installment to “Torn”. Also I have started a fundraiser to adapt “Who Can I Run To” toa movie. Straight to DVD.
With the amazing response to your latestnovel, have you reached the pinnacle of success?
No. Iwill continue to go as far as I can.
Where do you draw inspiration/strength?
Myfaith in God and in myself, from people I consider role models.
Who do you enjoy reading?
E.Lynn Harris, Lee Hayes, James Earl Hardy are my favorite authors. I can rereadtheir work every day.
What do you do when you're not writing?
I playtennis, go bowling, walk, listen to music and go to the movies.
Does the positive reception of your bookmake you hopeful about people becoming more tolerant?
Itmakes me hopeful not only for our race of people to accept all kinds of[differences], but that people can just be entertained without makingjudgments.
Do you have a day job as well?
I am a fulltime teacher. I am starting my 7th year.
Do you ever experience writer’s block?
Yes. That iswhen I will put everything down and get out of my characters. I will allow themto tell me what they are doing or how they would handle a situation. I try notto force it.
Do you work with an outline, or justwrite?
I have workedwith an outline. But even that changed.
How do you market your work? Whatavenues have you found to work best for your genre?
Of coursewith social media. I place ads in newspapers and other outlets. Word of mouthis the best market.
How did you come up with the title?
Usually Iwill be thinking about the book and what is going on with the characters. Icould be driving or walking and it will just hit me. BAM! And there it is.
Where were you born and where doyou call home?
I was born in Laurel, Mississippi. I was reared in Waynesboro, Mississippi. Inow live in Jackson.
If you gave one of your characters an opportunity to speak for themselves,what would they say?
It would be Jacob. “I am not asweak as some people think that I am. I like to give people the opportunity toprove themselves to me. Now that I have found myself and my love I know thatlife will be better.”
Is there an Author that you wouldreally like to meet?
I would have love to have met E.Lynn Harris. One day I would like to have dinner with Lee Hayes.
Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacksor hardcover?
Are you a self published (Indie)Author?
Yes I am. I don’t have thebacking of major companies but I have more control of my writings.
Who designed the cover of yourbook?
Me. Once I get the concept in my head I like to use real people on my covers.Not so much real models but everyday people.
Do you buy a book by the cover?
I have in the past.
What date were you born?
March 2, 1978
Do you have a nickname?
Wofat, Papadopolis, Uncle Bo, Bo-cat, B, Professor.
Did you have a favorite toy as a child?
My favorite would be the Knight Rider big wheel. I used to mark up mygrandmother’s porch pulling the brake and making it spin. I love that thing.
An early childhood memory -
Going to Mobile to visit mygrandmother’s Aunt Ester and Uncle Ed. I remember thinking when I grow up withmy wife and kids how we would go down to visit them. Never thinking that theywould die.
Do you ever write in your PJ’s?
All the time.
White wine or red?
Coffee or tea?
So you like to cook? Do you havea favorite food?
Chicken and rice.
Vanilla or chocolate ice-cream?
Vanilla with Lays Ruffles Potato Chips
What do you normally eat forbreakfast, of do you skip it and get straight to work?
What are 4 things you never leavehome without (apart from keys, money and phone)?
My jump drive, a pen, body spray, andmy brush.
Sleep in or get up early?
Get up early.
Laptop or desktop for writing?
Where and when do you prefer to do your writing?
In my living room anytime of the day.
If you were deserted on an island, who are 3 famous people you would want withyou?
Janet Jackson, Kandi Burress, and KellyRowland
Where is one place in the worldthat you would really love to visit someday?
One of your favorite quotes -
“Thething about it is…”
List 3 of your favorite movies?
PrettyWoman, Why Did I Get Married Too, and For Colored Girls
An actor or a book character youhave a crush on -
I pledthe fifth.
If your book was made into a TVseries or Movie, what actors would you like to see playing your characters?
That ishard to say because I feel that I would audition unknown actors.
Where can your readers stalk you?
Myfacebook page: www.facebook.com/anderecco
MyGoodreads author page: www.goodread.com/anderecco