Hey Nutso, did Frankie make good on the toy he promised you, that you wanted so bad?<quoted text>&&"?& "c67!
A federal judge in California has knocked down the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, ruling Wednesday that the state's controversial Proposition 8 violates the U.S. Constitution.
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#226810 Dec 25, 2013
Frank, why you talkin dat chit fo ...
#226811 Dec 25, 2013
You have nasty psychiatric problems.
I hope your mother or sister gets
someone bothering them,as much
as you insult me,a stranger.
#226812 Dec 25, 2013
I have nothing to do with Frankie.
I don't have more than one moniker!
This one is it.Everyday I get called
names because of what Frankie
says.I told you before,but you must
be dense.Think what ya want, but
I already reported you.No one calls
me a slut,or a whore.You probably
treat all women like this,or you have
a small Dik,which is it?bitter....
#226813 Dec 25, 2013
I dare you to show where I called you a "slut" and a "whore". You know others post as people who they are not. I don't need to do that, people change my location constantly I have no control over that so I just roll with it. If you are who you say you are I appologize. By the way repoprting doesn't do jack crap ! Merry Christmas to you too!
#226814 Dec 25, 2013
Tell me what you think is nasty about what was said, Prove what you are claiming.You have a very wild immagination. Perhaps you are the one with the psychiatric problem, not me!
You are one for he books ...
#226815 Dec 25, 2013
IceCobb does care if it's hot or cold #226814
#226816 Dec 25, 2013
You insinuated a lot of crude things
about me..Don't play games..You
Know what you posted..Why attack
a stranger,just for fun.Why insinuate
I'm a Ho...You have problems.What did
I initiate with you? Nothing.You just
joined the club like a dumb bully!
#226817 Dec 25, 2013
I do know what I posted, and it wasn't anything what you mentioned you are a flat out liar. You think what you want, you don't even remember. There are many other here who say a whole lot to you so I can't blame you for thinking it was me lol. so kiss my grits honey
#226818 Dec 25, 2013
IceCobb has to pick all the numbers #226817
#226819 Dec 25, 2013
I thought your mother had passed on years ago, Frankie?
#226820 Dec 25, 2013
Never posted this
#226821 Dec 25, 2013
I don't understand "tard-speak". What are you trying to say?
#226822 Dec 25, 2013
Never, never land #226821
#226823 Dec 25, 2013
No one is addressing you MYOB then!
#226824 Dec 25, 2013
IceCobb needs no numbers #226823
#226827 Dec 25, 2013
#226828 Dec 25, 2013
You are the one posting nasty stuff
in my name probably.Check the
#226830 Dec 26, 2013
The 10 Most Important Legal Changes to LGBT Rights in 2013
Same-sex marriage is now legal in 16 states. The first male professional athlete in major sports came out last May. The Supreme Court rejected part of the Defense of Marriage Act, clearing the way for same-sex marriages to resume in California—and all this happened against a backdrop of more than half of Americans saying they would support a law legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states.
That's not to say that these milestones mark the end of anti-gay discrimination—29 states have yet to legalize same-sex marriage—but the changes have been a long time coming.
Here, we look back at the top 10 moments that made this the "gayest year in gay history."
1. State by State, Equality Grows
States took the lead on marriage equality rights this year. Maryland started handing out marriage licenses in January, when the state's same-sex marriage law went into effect. Rhode Island, Delaware, Minnesota, New Jersey, Hawaii, and Illinois also legalized gay marriage in 2013.
2. June Weddings
In June the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of DOMA, paving the path to resume gay marriages in California. The nation’s highest court said it couldn’t rule on the constitutionality of Proposition 8 because California officials failed to defend the law after it was overturned in an appeals court.
3. Retirement With Dignity
When the Supreme Court justices took on DOMA, they also granted the president the power to recognize same-sex unions for federal benefits. Until then, Social Security, pension, and other federal provisions didn’t apply to legally married same-sex couples.
4. Death and Taxes
The U.S. Treasury Department ruled that married gay couples would be treated the same as married straight couples for tax purposes—even if the state they lived in didn't recognize their marriage.
5. Destined for Love
A June Pew Research Center poll found that more than 70 percent of Americans saw legal recognition of same-sex marriage as "inevitable," despite their feelings on the matter.
6. Baby Steps Away From Hate
Colorado’s Democrat-heavy legislature legalized civil unions in March, following years of vitriol and debate over the issue. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the bill into law that same month, bringing a change to what was once known as “the hate state.”
7. Civil Disobedience for Love
Marriage is still defined as a union between a man and a woman in North Carolina, but a state official accepted 12 marriage applications from same-sex couples anyway in hopes of sparking a challenge to the wedding ban.
8. The Leader of the Free World Approves of Equal Rights
President Obama became the first sitting president to announce his support of same-sex marriage.
"At a certain point I've just concluded that for me, personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married," he told "ABC News."
9. America's Top Military Brass Approves Too
Nine states have used their gay-marriage bans as a reason to refuse military IDs and federal benefits to same-sex spouses of military members since September. That month Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel let out a stream of rare invective, deeming the states' actions a violation of federal law.
The Pentagon leader called on them to resolve the issue, asking National Guard Bureau Gen. Frank Grass to meet with the administrators from the noncompliant states: Texas, Indiana, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and West Virginia.
10. And American Legislators Approve, Except for the House...
The U.S. Senate approved the Employee Non-Discrimination Act in November, prohibiting workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. The House of Representatives has yet to pass ENDA, and some advocacy groups have called on President Obama to issue an executive order to end such workplace discrimination.
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#226831 Dec 26, 2013
And yet, ss couples are only ever mutually sterile, pointlessly duplicate gendered halves of marriage...
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