HomoQuotable – B. Daniel Blatt

“Hopefully, people will learn from the various experiences of gay people at this year’s CPAC, showing that while most rank-and-file conservatives are willing to work alongside gay conservatives, some are not wiling to do so if such association means the exclusion of social conservatives. Despite some misunderstandings expressed in the comment section to the blog and elsewhere, we do not seek their exclusion. [snip]

“We need to recommit ourselves to cutting the size of the federal government, including ending all earmarks, repealing Obamacare, preventing the judiciary from usurping responsibilities the Constitution clearly delegated to the legislature, confronting the pro-union agenda of the administration (and several Democratic governors) in order to streamline government. In short, it’s time we work with all those willing to reduce the power of the state and increase the freedom of the individual. And for that inclusive agenda, we must roll up our sleeves and work together. The future of our nation is at stake. – Gay Patriot blogger B. Daniel Blatt, announcing that homocons and anti-gay hate groups must work together if the radical left is to be defeated.

RELATED: Blatt has tweeted a link to this post to his new BFF, Peter LaBarbera.

Joe. My. God.

—  David Taffet

HomoQuotable – Scott Thompson

“Shakespeare would be rolling over in his g-word. When you ban a word, you make the word more powerful. All this banning that’s going on just makes (the hate) go deeper and deeper into the soul, where it festers. Let it it out. I want to know what you really think. I can handle it. It makes me feel like we’re five years old and need to go potty. The n-word, I guess, is number 1 and the f- word is number 2.” – Kids In The Hall star Scott Thompson, responding to Canada’s banning of Dire Straits’ Money For Nothing for its usage of the word “faggot.”

Joe. My. God.

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HomoQuotable – Reichen Lehmkuhl

“I don’t appreciate your bullying words. You can save your ‘vapid queens’ comment for, well, no one. I can’t even imagine speaking this way about other human beings. That you would reduce my existence to someone who is a ‘vapid queen’ says more about what you don’t know about me, along with the kind of person you must be. Is this seriously how a ‘senior editor’ at a magazine talks about people?” – Reality show cast member Reichen Lehmkuhl, responding to the editor of Next Magazine, who says that each “cringe-worthy” episode of Logo’s The A-List “probably canceled out 100 ‘It Gets Better’ videos.”

Joe. My. God.

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HomoQuotable – Carl Siciliano

“I dream of a day where every gay youth in our country will have access to safe spaces, where no gay kid will live more than 100 miles from a space where LGBT youth can go to find community and support. But the creation of these life-saving spaces will require the passionate commitment and attention of the adult LGBT community. We need to pay attention to what is available to teens in our local communities. We need to raise funds and resources to support these spaces, and be aggressive in advocating that our tax dollars be used to support spaces where our teens receive the support they need.

“In the last eighteen months, in a city with as large an LGBT population as New York City, the Ali Forney Center lost funding for its emergency shelter, Green Chimney’s lost funding for its foster care program, and Hetrick Martin and the LGBT Center lost funding for their after-school youth programs. Our youth need an adult community that is so committed to their welfare that such cuts to lifesaving services for LGBT teens could not occur without a tremendous outcry from our community.

“Too many of our youth are under attack in their homes, schools and communities. Homophobia creates environments that are deadly to our youth. We need to recognize the depth of this crisis and see the protection of our youth as a core responsibility of our movement. We need to build a support system that will save their lives.” – Ali Forney Center executive director Carl Siciliano, in a response to the national epidemic of gay teen suicides.

Read Siciliano’s four step program for protecting LGBT youth.

Joe. My. God.

—  John Wright

HomoQuotable – B. Daniel Blatt

“In his latest email, the head of the gay affiliate of the California Democratic Party ‘Equality California’ tells us about ‘the U.S. Constitution’s promise of equality for all’. Funny, I’ve read the U.S. Constitution more times than I can count and have never found. The framers did indicate that the charter’s purpose includes securing ‘the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity’.

“Save for the Fourteenth Amendment when the word, ‘equal,’ appears, it only refers to legislative voting. And that Amendment specifies that ‘No State shall make or enforce any law’ which denies ‘to any person within its jurisdiction.’ Not sure how you get from that to a ‘promise of equality.’ Sorry, Geoff, you can’t read your ideological watchword into the constitution. It just ain’t there.” – Gay Patriot blogger B. Daniel Blatt, hoping to be the next gay kapo quoted in court filings against marriage equality.

Joe. My. God.

—  John Wright