Lets go back, back to a time when a broad only had to worry about good coffee, white shirts and a good shape. Enjoy!
U.S. Army veteran Jim Wolf hasn’t had an ideal life since returning home. He has struggled with poverty, homelessness, and alcoholism for decades, but two months ago he volunteered to undergo a physical transformation for Degage Ministries, a charity that aims to help veterans who have fallen on hard times and transform their lives.
In a time-lapse inspired by Dove’s viral “Evolution” ad campaign, Bliss captured Wolf’s transformation as he received a new haircut, a beard trim, and some new clothes. He’s almost unrecognizable by the end, and his gratitude shines through once he sees himself.
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) — The ex-police officer who opened fire on a federal courthouse in West Virginia was a trained shooter who knew how to kill, yet federal officials said Thursday that he waved people away moments before he started spraying bullets into the glass facade and was later shot dead by law enforcement.
Neither the FBI nor federal prosecutors would discuss the motive for 55-year-old Thomas J. Piccard’s assault. But two possible theories emerged as investigators gathered evidence and neighbors revealed that Piccard had recently told them he was dying of cancer.
U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said the building being the target and other evidence he wouldn’t specify indicates Piccard “had an anti-government bias.”
The only thing that is spreading like a cancer, is Scott’s disgusting hatred.
Lively has reason to be a bit cocky. America may have “fallen to the gays,” he says, but much of the world still fears them and Lively is working to keep it that way.
In Moldova in 2011, according to Human Rights Watch, he helped several cities declare themselves “gay-free zones” and organized an “emergency” campaign to block a law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. In Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Ukraine and Belarus he met with politicians and pastors, fostering talk of new curbs on gay rights. Every place he goes, Lively says, his goal is to block the open expression of homosexuality, keep discrimination legal and make pro-gay advocacy a crime.
Jason Mortensen has been through a lot over the last six years — surgeries, recoveries, surgeries again — and his loving wife has been by his side through all of it.
The Perot Foundation of Dallas, which was founded by the billionaire and former presidential candidate, announced this week that it would be donating $1 million to the beleaguered women’s health provider to help serve the women of Texas.
Thank you Mr. Perot
Bryan Fischer: ‘90% of Americans would find homosexual behaviour disgusting if they thought about it’
Fischer was defending San Antonio Politician, Elisa Chan after she made comments saying that gay people are “disgusting” and that “homosexual people shouldn’t do adoption” because it would confuse children.
This is a site of People and companies who celebrate the wonderful reality of our modern age. Some of them I was quite surprised by. Really, Betty Crocker?!
Things just keep getting worse for Russia’s gays.
Last month, President Putin signed into law a bill that classifies any “homosexual propaganda” — which really means anything that shows homosexuality in any sort of positive light — as pornography. He then followed it with a bill allowing police officers to arrest and detain any foreigners suspected of being gay — or even just “pro-gay.”
Now, Russian skinhead Maxim Martsinkevich (known by the tasteful nickname Cleaver) has started a new group called “Occupy Pedophilyaj.” The group is ostensibly against pedophilia but, in reality, only seems to target young gay teens who respond to personal ads advertising same-sex dates. When the boys show up for the “dates,” they are bullied incessantly and often tortured — several had urine poured on them, or were beaten and forced to pose with sex toys. Some are painted. And the complete encounters are videotaped and put online for all to see, forcibly outing gay teens into a less-than-friendly national environment.
Pope Francis on Monday said “who am I to judge?” gay people as he discussed one of the most divisive issues affecting the Catholic Church.
“I have yet to find anyone who has a business card that says he is gay,” the pontiff said at a press conference in which he addressed the reports of a “gay lobby” within the Vatican.
“They say they exist. If someone is gay, who searches for the Lord and has goodwill, who am I to judge?” he added. “The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains this very well. It says they should not be marginalized because of this (orientation) but that they must be integrated into society.”