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For now he or she is straight.
Most do not know if they are gay till the come out at 18yrs old. But secretly come out sooner. So I say, for now straight untill they decided if that’s the path they chose. Gives them time to think and find out who they really are. Never judge someone by the way they think or act. Might cause problems.
Unless they know who they are before hand. Like. I’m gay and I known it since birth. Something to that twist. Never judge a person. Just love them.

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 “Secrets”  – Activist Veteran Sailor Jose A. Rodriguez Clears Misunderstanding – Public Figure -Facts

The Pledge Worldwide Equality

Activist Veteran Sailor  Jose A. Rodriguez Clears Misunderstanding - Public Figure -Fact

Activist Veteran Saior Jose A. Rodriguez (R), Activist Veteran Marine Evelyn Thomas(L)
Both Activist traveled cross country from far west to far east in a stand against discrimination in the military. Both Veterans making a statement with “Combat Boot Drop” and causing one of the biggest vote changes to Repeal Dont Ask Dont Tell with Senator Webb in 2010.

Activist Veteran Sailor Jose A. Rodriguez who was discharged in 2010 after a brutal attack and traveled the country with Veteran Marine Evelyn Thomas and Activist Linda Sanders of The Sanctuary Project Veterans, Rodriguez left the country with many unanswered question. Many wonder about assualt and many wondered about results. With the unanswered question, Activist Jose Rodriguez gained respect Worlwide.  Rodriguez cleared up answers and he became a bigger Worldwide Role Model.

Rodriguez continued with his fight for equality across the World.

Taking on many current respected issues like Teen Bully…

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Activist Veteran Sailor  Jose A. Rodriguez Clears Misunderstanding - Public Figure -Fact

Activist Veteran Saior Jose A. Rodriguez (R), Activist Veteran Marine Evelyn Thomas(L)
Both Activist traveled cross country from far west to far east in a stand against discrimination in the military. Both Veterans making a statement with “Combat Boot Drop” and causing one of the biggest vote changes to Repeal Dont Ask Dont Tell with Senator Webb in 2010.

Activist Veteran Sailor Jose A. Rodriguez who was discharged in 2010 after a brutal attack and traveled the country with Veteran Marine Evelyn Thomas and Activist Linda Sanders of The Sanctuary Project Veterans, Rodriguez left the country with many unanswered question. Many wonder about assualt and many wondered about results. With the unanswered question, Activist Jose Rodriguez gained respect Worlwide.  Rodriguez cleared up answers and he became a bigger Worldwide Role Model.

Rodriguez continued with his fight for equality across the World.

Taking on many current respected issues like Teen Bully, Teen Suicide Prevention, Marriage Equality, Hate Crimes, Woman Rights, Immigration Reform and more.

Rodriguez speaks out on current issues that affect us Worldwide.

Rodriguez: ” I have had a tough past and struggled with damages still left unanswered afrer my discharge from the US Navy. Yet I have not stop my fight for equality but yet to treat my needs medically.  My passion is to strong and my heart is too big to stop my fight and my stand. Leaving unanswered question was a personal choice and felt many didn’t need to know but many still wondered. Lets please the public before reputation is tarnished.”

With the unanswered question Rodriguez felt it was important that he finally cleared unanswered question and felt the World should.

He shares his darkest secrets from his childhood, discharge, and stand for equality. Visit Veteran Jose A. Rodriguez Public Figure Page and read about what everybody has been asking.

American Hero!

Veteran Sailor Jose A. Rodriguez Public Figure Page:

https://m.facebook.com/joeanthony.rodriguez.7?ref=m_notif&notif_t=like&__user=1686519328#!/profile.php?id=142460812433909&ref=m_notif&notif_t=like&__user=1686519328

The IRS Just Made Life Very Difficult For States Without Marriage Equality

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Obergefell, Jim (right) and Arthur, John after they returned from their wedding flight at Landmark Aviation at Cincinnati’s Lunken Airport. The couple were married during a short ceremony on the plane, on the tarmac, at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.The Cincinnati Enquirer, Gary Landers / AP

 

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration’s decision Tuesday to recognize all same-sex couples’ marriages for tax purposes regardless of where they live will force states to recognize that they have married same-sex couples living within their borders — even if the states themselves ban such marriages.In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act’s ban on recognition of same-sex couples’ marriages, the Internal Revenue Service adopted “a general rule, for Federal tax purposes, that recognizes the validity of a same-sex marriage that was valid in the state where it was entered into, regardless of the married couple’s place of domicile.”The move means states that ban same-sex couples from marrying will nonetheless have to deal directly with married same-sex couples living in their states come tax time — putting pressure on executive officials, lawmakers, and courts to address the issue, whether they want to or not.”The reason I brought my case against DOMA all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court was because of a massive estate tax bill I received from the federal government after my beloved spouse, Thea Spyer, passed away. Thanks to today’s ruling at the Treasury Department, no one will have to experience the pain and indignity that I went through ever again,” Edith Windsor said in a statement Tuesday. “I feel so proud and grateful to my country and to our president.”That is true as to the federal government — and now the fallout from the case has the potential to press the issue even further, because of the reach of Thursday’s ruling into the 37 states where same-sex couples remain unable to marry.This is so because, beginning Sept. 16, all married couples — regardless of sex and regardless of where they live — generally will have to file their taxes as “married.” A same-sex couple who get married in California but live in Arizona, for example, will be filing their federal taxes as a married couple — despite Arizona’s ban recognition of such couples’ marriages.Jon Davidson, the legal director at Lambda Legal, said the decision is “going to make things more complicated for the states.” Before DOMA’s bar on federal recognition of same-sex couples’ marriages was struck down, married same-sex couples in states like Massachusetts had to file as unmarried at the federal level because “people were treated as married for state purposes but not federal ones,” he said. Now, he explained, the difficulties will be reversed — with same-sex couples being treated as married by the federal government but not by many state governments.The IRS’s decision is going to set up a series of questions around the country because more than half of the states ban same-sex couples’ marriages by their state’s constitution. At the same time, however, many states base their own tax filing system on federal filings.”I expect what will happen is that Ohio will say you have to file as single, and that they will do that based on the constitutional amendment,” Davidson said. Santa Clara University Law professor Patricia Cain agreed, telling BuzzFeed states like Ohio with such amendments will have to “change their state income tax reporting rules to unhook them from federal reporting.”Looking at a pending case in which a federal judge in Ohio has questioned Ohio’s failure to recognize the marriage of a same-sex couple, Jim Obergefell and John Arthur, who married in another state, however, Davidson also said, “But, as the Obergefell decision suggests, this is just going to prompt more litigation.”Davidson pointed out that, in addition to Ohio, there are federal lawsuits by same-sex couples seeking marriage recognition pending in federal courts in Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, and Virginia, and state lawsuits pending in Arkansas, Kentucky, Illinois, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Texas.In one of his organization’s own cases — challenging the fact that New Jersey does not allow same-sex couples to marry — Davidson said that the organization has filed briefs with the court about the various benefits now extended to married same-sex couples that are not available to couples with civil unions in New Jersey. “We’re probably going to be filing something more based on today’s tax ruling.”Roberta Kaplan, Windsor’s lawyer at the Supreme Court, said the decision would put additional pressure not just on courts but also on state legislators — a point echoed by Davidson.”Today’s decision will only put more pressure on states like New Jersey that do not treat their gay citizens equally since it will become increasingly intolerable for those states to continue to treat married gay couples as second-class citizens, especially given that the IRS will now afford them equal respect and dignity under the law,” Kaplan said in a statement. Davidson also pointed to legislators in Hawaii and Illinois on that front.Because of all the pending court cases and those new ones likely to come out of the coming issues as tax time comes around, moreover, Davidson put a quick timeline on when the question of same-sex couples’ marriage rights will return to the Supreme Court.”I expect the Supreme Court is going to need to revisit these issues in the next two to four years,” he told BuzzFeed — adding that Thursday’s decision “will be an additional force moving things in the right direction.”

The Verbal Visual Stud

The Verbal Visual STUD– by Joe Anthony

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I’m feeling like that day in day out..

Flirt and tease. There’s nothing wrong with that kind of slutty

Yup… tease is the way to do it

Especially on the dance floor

Start by dancing.. Then a little bit of sweat

Then…………………

Shirt comes off

Then your body is shimmery

In the winter your body shirtles is smokin

Pants a little sagged showing a little butt crack

And your body wet

Dancing sexy buff

And when you feel you are good.

On your way home

ME too!

But never looking

As long as I’m not putting out right?

Yup… tease is the way to do it…………………

I’m a verbal visual slut. Not a real slut

AND DONT FORGET TO BITE THE LEFT SIDE OF YOUR LIP…

and make that sexy moaning sound.

Mmmmmm………

Yummmmmmm…….

 

Set for key Vote! Non Discrimination Ordinance San Antonio

Jose Antonio Rodriguez is a U.S. Navy Veteran who was discriminated by ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell‘ after his sexual orientation was discovered following being drugged, kidnapped, and brutally raped. Rodriguez has since become an outspoken advocate against hate crimes and role model for teens across the globe.
In San Antonio reaching record numbers in speaks today and rising as they here the citizens of San Antonio Texas regarding The Nondiscrimination Ordinance to take vote tomorrow at 9am.
Some religious leaders and San Antonio citizens saying that the lgbt community does not belong and they are going against the word of God and turning this into a religious battle. They lgbt community is being out number and I would say were about 80 percent of the speakers in attendants in last week’s hearing were a vote no for the ordinance law. Today will be the last day to speak in defense that everyone in the city including visitors to San Antonio need protection.
Activist Veteran Sailor Jose A. Rodriguez will be speaker number 78 today regarding today’s hot topic.
“I was saved last night!
They prayed for me inside during the hearing and had others pray for me outside…
Outside: Prayers………….
You are my brother now and you are saved. They gave me literature and address to church.
You’re saved! Yes I am! And my calling to show that love is love and God does not judge anyone before their time and he is the only one with the plan.
He does not hate anyone. Were all his children.
Church Ministers Outside: Thank you for your service. You fought for our country. And you did that. How are you? Gone through some stuff. Disabled. PTSD. I’m so sorry. It’s okay because faith in GOD has got me here this long.
“And you know what. I don’t like what saw earlier outside. All these protesters promoting hate. God loves everyone and one day we all have to repent. He doesn’t hate….. Can we pray for you? Can we pray together…? Will you let us…?
Yes…..
We love you and we hugged each other like family. Ha and the little boy was scared of me… But was just shy.. Cruz I was in my Sailor uniform….”
As the nation waits patiently for a key vote in TEXAS and pushing a movement forward speakers await anxiously to heard.

Navy Rape Survivor’s Message to Bullied Kids around the World

Jose Antonio Rodriguez is a U.S. Navy Veteran who was discriminated by ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell‘ after his sexual orientation was discovered following being drugged, kidnapped, and brutally raped. Rodriguez has since become an outspoken advocate against hate crimes, and wants to send a message to bullied teens.

Teens Worldwide:
I know it may be tough to be a young person. I know it’s hard to have to hide your true essence and live a happy childhood and be who you really are. I understand it’s hard to have to hide in front of family and friends as you grow up to be the man or woman God brought into this world. I ask you to keep faith and not give in to all the bullying and harassment.

I was once just like you, and felt the pain and mental anguish of hiding who I really was, bullied by my peers for being “different”.

I was raped by a group of men in June 2009 while I was still in the Navy. My fellow sailors then perceived me to be gay, and harassed me because of the rape at the hands of other men. They were right – I was a gay man, yet I did not deserve to be treated in a hateful manner. But I stood strong and I am winning the battle now. I ask you to do the same.

I understand how you feel, but I beg you to please not give up. Please stand strong and BE WHO YOU WANT TO BE. You are all God’s children and he loves us all!! You are beautiful to everyone. We are not different and we are all human. We all are created different and a little more special, because God made us special, with love, and with love to give. You are beautiful in my eyes and everyone’s eyes. LIVE WITH PRIDE AND LIVE IN YOUR TRUE ESSENCE! I love you all, and please don’t give up. You are the ones coming up in the world and we need a strong generation for years to come. We are not weak. So please, be patient and stand up with pride and fight for your equality!

Sincerely,
US Navy Veteran
Jose A. Rodriguez