GOP Congressman Aaron Schock Exposed. We celebrate the exposing of those who fight against us.

Posted: March 23, 2015 in a BIG HA HA HA, For your information, for your reflection, jerk of the week, Real Food For Thought, resistance
Thanks to Gay Star News for this article. We don’t really give one fig for Barney Frank but do care about helping to expose politicans who fight against our LGBT/Q Tribe. As Arvey Jones commented over at the article, “He looks as gay as a picnic basket. So now he will come out and all will be forgiven as he was a poor misguided soul and has now found himself. Yeah okay but let’s draw the line somewhere. One of those poor misguided souls could just maybe someday sign the papers to put us all away.” That dear friends is the real danger, that one of our own may just someday when the shit hits the fan in this country help to put us away. Happened before. So we say expose them all, chase them out, demand an apology, and get one. Stop them in their tracks. One lesson from this is how horrible the closet really is. How horrible straight americkkka can be and how we as a people must unite with others and fight on. You know you can be married but those who hate us fight on, trying harder and harder to squeeze us more and more. Only by a united front with those who are oppressed and those who fight daily against this system will we ever be safe to live our lives to the fullest. With no closets to hold us in. Yes we have a duty and a obligation to end this hypocrisy against our people wherever we find it. We would like to nominate Mr. Schock as Jerk Of The Week.
Frank also defended his jokes about Schock’s homoerotic Instagram feed which has been recently set to private: ‘If [the rumours] are not true, he spent entirely…
another interesting article and must read for the history of this is from GAWKER is: GOP Congressman Aaron Schock Has His Glass Closet Shattered.
Itay Hod who broke this story had this to say:

Below is Hod’s full note, in the event he deletes it:

people always say, no one has the right to out anyone. that coming out is a private matter. i disagree. as you can imagine, not a very popular opinion. but bear with me.

here’s a hypothetical: what if you know a certain GOP congressman, let’s just say from Illinois, is gay… and you know this because one of your friends, a journalist for a reputable network, told you in no uncertain terms that he caught that GOP congressman and his male roommate in the shower… together. now they could have been good friends just trying to conserve water. but there’s more. what if this congressman has also been caught by tmz cameras trolling gay bars. now what if you know that this very same guy, the darling of the gop, has also voted against repeal of don’t ask don’t tell, opposed the repeal of doma, is against gay marriage; and for the federal marriage amendment, which would add language to the us constitution banning gay marriage and would likely strike down every gay rights law and ordinance in the country?

Are we still not allowed to out him?

let me ask another question… doesn’t the media have an OBLIGATION to expose his hypocrisy? if he had done something so hypocritical and he wasn’t gay, wouldn’t we demand journalists do their job? but they can’t… because we won’t let them. you’re not allowed to out ANYONE, we tell them.

we’ve created a situation where even though news organizations know this guy is gay, they can’t report it because he hasn’t said so on twitter.

if we keep saying that being gay is genetic; ergo, it’s no different than having blue eyes or blonde hair… than why are not allowed to mention it? why do we need anyone’s consent to talk about their sexuality? are we not allowed to say someone has blue eyes until they post a fb message telling us they are in fact blue?

we’ve been so effective at convincing everyone that outing people is a crime against humanity, that we’ve made it impossible for any network or news organization to talk about this “hypothetical” gay republican congressman and his hypocritical vote against gay rights. they won’t touch it for fear of retribution from GLAAD or HRC. (in fact when my friend’s network interviewed said hypothetical republican, he talked about wanting to find a nice woman to marry… and the network aired it… knowing it was a lie…

so, forgive me if I don’t subscribe to the notion that you’re not allowed to out anyone… in fact in some cases, i’d celebrate it. but I’m crazy that way.




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