Tag Archives: Religion

Radical Gay Family Beats Us To Italy

It looks like another radical gay family has started the destruction of the sanctity of marriage in Italy. And, they started with the Pope. I am so disappointed we were not the ones to reach him first.

http://www.theonion.com/articles/vatican-reverses-stance-on-gay-marriage-after-meet,20912/

What a fun laugh! We love the sarcasm and false stories of The Onion. We have much in common.

Radical Gay Family Agenda 7/11/11

In order for people to make educated conclusions, they must be exposed to all sides of the equation. It is important that people separate fact from opinion. People can make up opinions but they can not make up facts.

Here are a ten facts that people CAN NOT change no matter how hard they try:

FACTS

1 – I am a father.

2 – I have a daughter.

3 – I am legally married to Jeff in the state of California. (Today is our 3rd wedding anniversary by the way.)

4 – Jeff and I have been in a committed relationship since 1996.

5 – I am human.

6 – My daughter is loved.

7 – My daughter is healthy.

8 – I have a family.

9 – I was born gay.

10 – I pay taxes.

Here are ten opinions (delusions) of people that CAN be changed:

OPINIONS

1 – Marriage is solely for procreation.

2 – People choose to be gay.

3 – God Hates Fags.

4 – The Bible says it is wrong to be gay.

5 – LGBT people can not raise healthy children.

6 – Marriage equality will destroy the sanctity of marriage.

7 – Marriage equality will destroy society.

8 – Men are not capable of taking care of a baby.

9 – Children need a mother and a father.

10 – There is a radical gay agenda.

Today I challenge people to separate their opinions from fact. I am still looking for proof that my family has caused harm to anyone in the world by living our lives. I am proud of our radical gay family agenda and am very proud of my family.

Now, on a more serious note….

We are getting ready to leave for our European family vacation. My daughter keeps telling everyone we are going to Italy, Grease, and Chicken even though we are actually going to Italy, Greece, and Turkey. I love her interpretation of reality. We hope to spread our radical gay agenda far and wide as we set sail to explore foreign lands. Keep us in your thoughts as you watch the increase of the international divorce rate. We know our radical gay family agenda of exploring ancient cities, riding donkeys, splashing in the pool on deck 12, enjoying native foods, learning different cultures, and spending time together will be the cause of foreign family destruction. When you see the fighting in Greece, know we are probably the cause.

I look forward to updating everyone on our progress but will be sparse in my blog posts over the next couple weeks. Everyone stay radical!

Great interview by Kyra Phillips

http://cnn.com/video/?/video/bestoftv/2011/06/17/exp.nr.tyree.same.sex.marriage.cnn

I applaud Kyra for stating the FACTS and asking the right questions.

Radical Gay Family Agenda 6/18/11

It is a nice, quiet Saturday morning at the Starling-Littlefield home. Mi Hao Kai Lan is yapping on the television and we have already watched George of the Jungle 2. The first version with Brendan Fraser was much more appealing. Jeff just went to get his hair cut and we are awaiting his return so we can spend some family time by the pool today. Our daughter is searching the house for her Dora goggles and has already picked out her Hello Kitty bikini for the day’s festivities. I hope she finds the goggles soon or we may have a serious meltdown.

Our radical gay family agenda for the day is all about family time and relaxation. It must seem foreign for most people to consider frolicking by the pool with their child for an afternoon. I know it is extremely radical and gay for us to swim, float, and enjoy the sun. I’m positive our activities today are sure to sabotage several marriages in Iowa or Illinois.

Jeff and I have a wedding to attend this afternoon. This poor, young couple has no idea how easily our attendance could obliterate their marriage. They could be doomed from the start by inviting us to witness their union. How can our close friends not know how our radical gay agenda will affect them? Their family must have felt some discomfort over the last fifteen years of knowing us. How have they escaped our destruction for so long. We have known the bride since she was a child. It baffles me how she even has the guts to walk down the aisle knowing we will be there. Maybe they will escape our wrath and have a long and happy marriage like us. We will withhold thrusting our agenda upon them to wish them much happiness and love.

The happy couple will be excluded from our radical gay agenda for the day but we have many wedding guests to inflict our harm upon. As we sip champagne and toast the lucky couple, we will willfully cast our spell upon the wedding guests and expect to see divorce decrees in the near future. I wonder if any of these unsuspecting people will have any idea that “the only gays in the village” will be the cause of their demise. We will remain under the radar so our agenda is not foiled. We have to stay radical in order to prove those crazy politicians and religious leaders correct. What kind of platform would these people have if they were resolute in the fact that we were just like them? Now that, my friends, would be radical and GAY!

Radical Gay Family Agenda 5/25/11

Last night I had a very spiritual experience. Yes folks, as they say in The Color Purple, “sinners have soul too”. We were fortunate enough to enjoy some gospel music in the chapel at Palmetto Bluffs. What an amazing experience to sit on a church pew with a glass of wine and listen to some amazing singers who call themselves The Voices of Shaddai. I was truly moved to tears by their voices. Sitting on that chapel pew last night I realized how much I missed church. Don’t get me wrong, I despise most religion and what the religious extremists are doing to tear our world apart, but I miss the church I knew as a child. I miss the wonderful music, sense of community, and caring people. I do not miss the preaching and judgement and installation of fear and hate. It struck me last night that these beautiful people were sharing a special moment with me that I would treasure sharing again, however, I would probably not be welcome in their church because I am gay. I saddens me to know that I can no longer enjoy the experience of the church I so enjoyed in my youth. At least I had my moment last night. Those women raised the roof off that chapel….Hallelujah! Praise Jesus! (hands in the air, feet stomping, joy)

Today we return home from a nice little get-away. I can’t wait to see my little angel and get my hugs and kisses. I understand she was attacked by a swarm of mosquitoes yesterday at school, so I have lots of boo boos to kiss. We will have to stop at the store on the way home and pick up some new Hello Kitty Band-Aids to cover those boo boos and prevent her from scratching. Mosquitoes, the one major downfall of living in the South.

I have lots of work to catch up on, as does Jeff. We will be back to reality tomorrow. With my new-found spirituality, I think I may have some new plans for destroying the sanctity of marriage. I’m going to raise my hands, raise my voice, and magically rip those marriages apart. Can I get an Amen?