Category Archives: Seniors
When is this man going to just lay down and DIE? (is that too harsh?) He says the stupidest shit! And I don’t even normally bother to give this old bitter tired queen the time of day – but this, was like, WTF?
The 700 Clubs Pat Robertson claimed that gay people in
San Francisco wear special rings in order to cut people so they can
then intentionally infect them with AIDS when they shake hands.
Thankfully, CBN edited Robertson’s claim out of the broadcast which it aired online, Right Wing Watch reports.
Robertson’s claim came in a response to a viewer question from “a
woman who wondered if it was wrong for the church not to inform her that
a man she was driving to worship services is ‘dying of AIDS,.'”
“There are laws now, I think the
homosexual community has put these draconian laws on the books that
prohibit people from discussing this particular affliction, you can tell
somebody you had a heart attack, you can tell them they’ve got high
blood pressure, but you can’t tell anybody you’ve got AIDS…
…You know what they do in San
Francisco, some in the gay community there they want to get people so if
they got the stuff they’ll have a ring, you shake hands, and the ring’s
got a little thing where you cut your finger. Really. It’s that kind of
vicious stuff, which would be the equivalent of murder.”
You never think about getting older, when you are younger. I think I was about 40 and it really started to hit me. My parents were senior citizens – and I was catching up!
are go-go booted bar-hoppers, love struck activists, troublemaking
baton twirlers, late night Internet cruisers, seasoned renegades and
bold adventurers. They are also among the estimated 2.4 million lesbian,
gay and bisexual Americans over the age of 55 in the United States,
many of whom face heightened levels of discrimination, neglect and
exclusion. But BEFORE is not a film about cold statistics and gloomy
realities, it’s a film about generational trailblazers who have
surmounted prejudice and defied expectation to form communities of
strength, renewal and camaraderie – whether these communities be affable
senior living facilities, lively activist enclaves or wacky queer bars
brimming with glittered trinkets and colorful drag queens.