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The “sanctity” of marriage

My dad just screamed at me and I said I don’t know anything about marriage… 


I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT MARRIAGE?!?!?!?!

 

He said this because I told him I take marriage very seriously.

 

MOTHER FUCKER. I CAN’T GET MARRIED. IT’S FUCKING ILLEGAL FOR ME TO MARRY THE WOMAN I LOVE. OKAY SO DON’T TELL ME I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE VALUE OF MARRIAGE. OF COURSE I TAKE IT SERIOUSLY BECAUSE IF IT’S SUCH A “SACRED” INSTITUTION THAT CANNOT BE RUINED BY THE GAYS THEN IT SHOULD NOT BE THROWN AROUND LIKE IT’S A JOKE BY ASSHOLES LIKE HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He treats my mom like shit and threatens her with divorce like it’s nothing. Their “marriage” is not a marriage to me. There’s nothing sacred about it. And it makes me sick that someone like him can get married but I can’t.

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my dads

So I have these two dads.

"adopted dads"

Actually, they haven’t literally adopted me.

But they sure do make me feel loved and protected, like dads are supposed to make their daughters feel. They teach me new things.. important life lessons, and less important trivial things. They give the best advice and the best hugs. They support me no matter what I’m going through.

I just love them to pieces.

I just can’t understand why some people think that gays shouldn’t be parents. 

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CashCrate Ad Banners On Your Website Can Earn You Money

By Aaron Crowe

Aaron Crowe is a freelance journalist who specializes in personal finance. Aaron blogs via Contently.com.

Attention bloggers! Adding a banner ad to a page is a simple way to make some extra money by advertising for CashCrate and letting others know that you make money at CashCrate.

Many different-sized banners are available at CashCrate to help you refer customers and make some extra money. The Promotion Center has all of the details, including tips on how to get referrals.

Referrals can add up to some quick money from CashCrate. For every new member you refer to CashCrate, you earn 20% of what they make, and 10% of what their referrals make. You get a $3 bonus when your referral earns their first $10.

Referrals can be made by inviting friends through emails, but it might be easier to put a CashCrate banner on your blog. Be sure to use a unique referral link that the new user can use so you get credit for the referral.

The referral link can also be printed on anything you use to promote your work with CashCrate, such as business cards, fliers or badges to put on your website.

CashCrate also has a QR Code that can be made unique to you. QR Codes allow mobile devices to scan the code and immediately go to your referrer URL, without having to type it in or remember it. Most smartphones can scan QR Codes.


Along with regular banners and new banners for 2012, CashCrate lets you create an earnings banner to show off your CashCrate stats on blogs, websites, forums or anywhere else you can paste an image. You can make banners that display your current earnings and stats, or your total earnings since you became a member.

If you don’t have a blog, you can create one for free and start blogging about how to make money online with CashCrate. You can give visitors tips on how to complete offers, and tell them how to refer other people to CashCrate. Be sure to include your referral link in the blog post, and to add a CashCrate banner on each page so readers can get to CashCrate easily, and you get credit for part of their earnings.

If you’re active in online forums, add a link with a short description of the CashCrate program to your signature. If you’re looking for forums to join, consider being active in ones that discuss how to make money online. Just be sure not to spam anyone with links on how to make money with CashCrate.

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Coming Out
This girl I know just came out to her friends in a bar, people overheard, announced it to the room and then strangers bought her drinks all night! Great, huh! Another guy I know just came out to his family, and his brother tied his hands behind his back and threw him into a river! Less great, huh! I guess, most of the time, coming out stories are somewhere between those two. Pretty much no dad punches the air when his son brings home a boyfriend, but not too many reverse the car over him, either.

Still, the main thing about coming out is that it’s probably best to ACTUALLY DO IT. I know, at times, it can be kind of exciting to have a big secret you’re hiding from everyone (like you’re Alex Mack or Batman), but every day a gay man spends in the closet makes him a little bit crazier. So bust down those doors or come to terms with becoming Jeffrey Dahmer Reloaded. Unless you live in Saudi Arabia or some shit. In which case, keep it under wraps.

PS: I’m sorry to break this to you. But everybody already knows. Even your mom. It’s pretty fuckin’ obvious, dude.

PPS: If your parents are assholes and refuse to accept you, fuck ‘em. They get three years to be totally 100 percent OK with it (five, if they’re old), after that, they’re X’ed.

http://www.vice.com/read/the-vice-guide-to-being-gay?Contentpage=-1

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