At a conference hosted by Human Rights Campaign (HRC) this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Vice President Joe Biden delivered a passionate address in support of LGBT rights:
“I’ve had it up to here with culture. I really mean it. Culture never justifies rank, raw, discrimination or violation of human rights. There is no cultural justification. None. None. None.”
“LGBT people face violence, harassment, unequal treatment, mistreatment by cops, denial of health care, isolation—always in the name of culture.”
I’m going to miss Uncle Joe. Watch the video via OUT.
Matthew Camp, one of the sexy leads you might have seen in 'Getting Go: The Go Doc Project,' is in a new film called 'Sock Job.' The film is, in essence, a comedy about masturbation. The trailer is actually a GIF of the first half of the film which unveils Matthew shirtless and wearing only his panties for most of it.
Sock Jobs’ website: ‘Sock Job is a screwball comedy about masturbation, directed by Mark Allen and starring Matthew Camp. “On a dark and stormy night in a secluded cabin in the woods, a young man faces challenges while trying to relieve his boredom.”‘
I don't know about you, but any chance to ogle at Camp (whether live, in a film, or a GIF) should not be wasted.
Enjoy the GIF here. Oh yea, he also has a line of fragrance (see first pic below).
And to refresh your memory, here is Matthew from his Instagram:
When he took office, Barack Obama promised hope. And with his final term almost over, Americans finally have it. For most of the country, the last seven years have been a tragic departure from the values that made America a great nation. But as far as the White House is concerned, that isn’t cause for concern — but celebration. It means that this president has accomplished exactly what he said he set out to do: fundamentally transform America.
The evidence of it is everywhere — from the danger on our streets to the confusion in our classrooms; from the further fracturing of the family to the misuse of our military. And unfortunately, we’ll be spending the better part of a generation trying to repair the damage of the Obama administration. But, as everyone watching this evening’s State of the Union knows, there is light at the end of the lawless tunnel. We see it in the fresh face sitting in the Speaker’s chair behind President Obama. We see it in the audience, where brave women like Kim Davis and the Little Sisters of the Poor will be sitting — symbols of defiance in the president’s war on religious liberty. And we see it in the speeches of the men and women vying to stand exactly where the president is next year.
Tonight, we remember that for every outrageous ruling on marriage, there were brave county clerks. For each attack on faith and nature’s law, there were cities like Houston. And for every atheist suing to take God out schools, there were godly principals. At last night’s State of the Family address at FRC, we paid tribute to them all — and called on the Church to pray and act for a spiritual, moral, and cultural renewal in our nation. That may not be the message the president brings to the American people tonight, but it’s the message our country needs to hear. Surrounded by some of the survivors of the president’s last seven years, I laid out our key concerns for the family and our broader culture.
Marriage, religious liberty, human sexuality, the church, race relations, and our core beliefs have all been devastated under this administration. But, as I told last night’s crowd, this past year has shown us that we cannot and will not be permitted to separate ourselves from the social battles that are underway in the nation. As Christians, if we can’t live according to our faith — whether it’s in the home, whether it’s in the workplace, in the school — then we really can’t be the Americans that we have the right to be.
Watch the hate group leader below.
We love Queen and Freddie Mercury, so the creator of this video synced 4 concert films including a rare recording session of “We Are The Champions” and synced them all up to the isolated vocals in honor of the late, great, Freddie Mercury. This video showcases his presence and consistency as the ultimate stage man. RIP Freddie. You are a rock god.