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Charles On: Believe in something

[Editorial note: Before I begin this op-ed piece, I want to say that it is something I wanted to write for a while now.  For some it might be controversial, but I hope that you read it with an open mind.  My intention is to help some find comfort and to open your minds to something that you might not normally see on a gay website.]

Believe in something: Charles On Gay Religion

Christianity is something that doesn’t get addressed often by members of the gay community.  However, I am excited to share my story with you. I am not, by any means, trying to push my opinion on you; however I hope it brings comfort to others who have experienced what I have experienced.

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Charles On… National Coming Out Day

Charles On... National Coming Out Day 2013Friday, October 11, 2013 is National Coming Out Day.  This is the 20th Annual celebration of  coming out of the closet as a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) person.

I’m not going to sit here and write that if you’re gay, then you should come out today.  I don’t think it’s necessary to wear your “Sorry Girls I’m Gay” shirt to work or to deck out your office with rainbow flags, however I’m in your corner if you feel that this is the right time to come out to those around.  If you’re looking for resources to help with that decision, then I refer you to the Human Rights Campaign website for a look at the resources they offer.

Instead, I’m pleading with the straight people today.  Maybe a few will pick-up this article on the search engines or someone will share it with them in honor of National Coming Out Day.

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I’m Just Saying by Kenyatta Khan! Meet the family…

I'm Just Saying by Kenyatta Khan, Meet the FamilyI don’t talk a lot about my family but I think it’s time for you all to meet them. Mind you, I have more than one. Now-a-days you kinda have to just to remain sane and balanced. I’m just saying that if you have people that are so special and important to your life that you’d do anything for them then more than likely a little bit more than a best friend.

So let’s start with the blood line. Well… I came from a very close network of amazing people.  My mother’s side of the family raised me, and they made sure that it was with morals, character and acceptance for all. Growing up in the south in a close nit family basically meant that everyone knew everything about you and were not afraid to discipline you if you stepped over the line reserved for children.

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Politiqueer: A break from serious politics for some Clinton, Palin and McCain impersonations [video]

GaySocialites.com presents politiqueer by Charles Winters

Politiqueer is a new column written by GaySocialites.com’s founder Charles Winters and will provide daily coverage throughout the 2012 Presidential election season.

If you need a break from the political hoopla starring a the white man, Mitt Romney, versus the black man, Barack Obama, then you have to check out Rose Mary Watson.  Watson does a surprisingly killer impersonation of Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, Cindy McCain and others.   You’ll find a video of each impersonation below with a link to more. Get more…

Blogger Bristol Palin is a stupid bitch!

Bristol Palin inducted into GaySocialites.com's Stupid BItches Club

Sarah Palin’s daughter, Bristol, is a blogger now.  The receptionist-turned-reality competitor-turned-public speaker blogs her conservative views as a 21 year old single mother who gave birth to a son three years ago out of wedlock after undergoing pubic scrutiny for being a teen mother.  After using her blog to promote her homophobic agenda earlier this week (and take an inadvertent jab at herself), Bristol Palin is also officially a stupid bitch!

In the aforementioned blog, that runs on Patheos.com, Palin blasted President Barack Obama for saying that his wife and teen daughters helped him “evolve” on gay marriage, and issue he announced his support for on Wednesday.

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