Posts tagged Denmark
- Brazil is the 3rd country in South America legalising same-sex marriage
- New left government in Denmark certain to introduce same-sex marriage
- No gay president for Ireland: David Norris concedes defeat
- Huge rally against gay discrimination in Taiwan sees 50,000 marching
- Jamaica’s laws criminalizing homosexuality get first legal challenge
- Lesbian student crowned homecoming king at local High School
- U.S. Christian university forces staff to declare heterosexuality
- Wingnut calls gay kiss in High School play forced indoctrination
- Anti-gay Boy Scouts covered up thousands of cases of child molestation
- Less than 1% of cases where Patriot Act was used were terrorism-related
- Police officer throws flash grenade into crowd trying to help injured protester
- U.S. demanding more info of Google users & removal of police brutality videos
- Colombian President says he would support worldwide legalization of softer drugs
- U.S. House of Reps copyright bill proposes national censorship of YouTube & Co.
- Fresh German police-malware uncovered; police defence revealed as lies
- U.S. Justice Department wants to lie if people use Freedom of Information Act
- Videos spark investigation of child abuse at Californian youth boot camp
A two-year-long study about queer rights in Europe was concluded by the European Union’s Commissioner for Human Rights. The study did not only analyse the different laws concerning the queer folks in all member states of the European Union but also includes surveys in which European citizens where askes about their opinions regarding queer topics. The map below, for example, show on a scale from 1 to 10 how comfortable people feel with having a gay neighbour:
The same three countries—Sweden, The Netherlands and Denmark– were also giving the highest approval rates when asked about their support for same sex marriage and adoption by same sex couples. It’s probably no coincidence that those three countries also happen to be among the world’s happiest countries (and the most democratic. And the ones with the most press freedom. And the least corruption).
- 19 year-old kills himself after hateful anti-gay comments in town meeting
- Homophobic Atlanta pastor accused of coercing young boys into sex
- UK more comfortable with homosexuality but two-thirds of gay students bullied
- US warehouse company Walmart sells "Ex-gay" propaganda for kids
- Washington parents outraged over survey asking kids about their gender
- Ku Klux Klan plans rally for student who doesn’t want to learn about gays
- UK School dinner lady in ‘grooming for sex’ row after giving pupil a biscuit
- Doctor games = Sex crime: 11 year-old US boy detained for indecency with a child
- Only 1.7% of sites blocked by Scandinavia’s "child-porn" filters are actually child porn
- The joys of capitalism: Firefighters watch as home burns to the ground
- FBI wants to require all encrypted communications systems to have surveillance backdoors
- Apple keeps going Victorian, patents anti-sexting censorship of text messages
- US Republican says he’ll send squads to intimidate African-American voters
- US infected Guatemalans with syphilis in 1940s, Wellesley professor finds
- Green Party candidate for US Senate killed while riding her bicycle–hit by an SUV
Bad Cop, no Donut!
- Cop shoots, kills unarmed man without asking questions
- Cops hit boy with pistol, leave him injured without help
- Woman calls for help after crash, cop helps by smashing her head
- Man calls police when finding his dead stepson, cops beat him up
- Cop stages fake arrest of boy who had sex with his stepdaughter
- Cop drives 126 MPH while texting, kills 2 teen girls, lies to cover it up
Now he wants workman’s compensation for his injuries
"From the moment you are born, you start to die."
So says Pierre Anthon when he decides that there is no meaning to life, leaves the classroom, climbs a plum tree, and stays there. His friends and classmates cannot get him to come down, not even by pelting him with rocks. So to prove to him that there is a meaning to life, they set out to build a heap of meaning in an abandoned sawmill.
But it soon becomes obvious that each person cannot give up what is most meaningful, so they begin to decide for one another what the others must give up. The pile is started with a lifetime’s collection of Dungeons & Dragons books, a fishing rod, a pair of green sandals, a pet hamster – but then, as each demand becomes more extreme, things start taking a very morbid twist, and the kids become ever more desperate to get Pierre Anthon down. And what if, after all these sacrifices, the pile is not meaningful enough?
Kim is an attractive and well-liked 15-year-old Danish boy with a rather ordinary life. He likes to drink beer and party with his friends. School is a bore. His parents are divorced and his mother doesn’t make much money. She nags at him, frustrated that he wants to go out all the time, and that he doesn’t apply himself or take responsibility. Suddenly Kim finds himself taken hostage by bank robbers, along with Marianne.
After a very pleasant captivity, during which they play Monopoly with their captors, they escape into the countryside. The two consummate their first love and have a number of delightful adventures but eventually must return to their everyday lives, only to find that they are headline news. Måske ku’ vi (Could We Maybe) is a teenage coming-of-age story from the Writer & Director of Du Er Ikke Alene (You Are Not Alone).
- Argentina becomes first country in Latin America to legalise gay marriage
- Nepal plans to hold first gay pride march in its history
- First Europe Pride in Warsaw draws cheers and jeers
- Gay Australian cabinet minister comes out against gay marriage
- 17 people die, 18 get injured at gay party shooting in Mexico
- New Zealand school sanctioned for firing gay sports coach
- Gay Zombie film banned from festival by Australian censor
- US judge who sent kids to prison for money pleads guilty
- Second student sues US school district over webcam spying
- Brutal guide to punishing kids in jail revealed in the UK
- British girls undergo horror of genital mutilation despite tough laws
- Australia refuses to share web-spying plans, fears "unnecessary debate"
- Montana parents outraged over plans to teach kids about sexuality
- Officer cleared of charges in berating of skateboarding teen
- Fundamentalist Christians more inclined toward domestic violence
- Boy dressed as Joker sets school on fire in revenge on hypocrisy
- High taxes are a nightmare! Or are they? Highly taxed countries Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden & Netherlands are the world’s happiest countries. And the most democratic. And the ones with the most press freedom. And the least corruption. Let your local Teabags know
Argentina became the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage. They join a small international club of countries where gay couples enjoy the same rights as heterosexual couples.
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I’m a male crossdresser and I am 14 years old, I think it is fun to crossdress, but I don’t got so much clothes to crossdress in T^T because I don’t got a sister and my mother doesn’t got any cute clothes. And i don’t know how to get any T.T Any good advice?
I am a very girly boy I’m nice to everyone, and ‘m a little bit romantic I also love drawing and I am the best one in my class to draw and I looove when people give me compliments and I blush all up so they laugh >.< XD
Buy him more Dresses
- Portugal’s president ratifying law which allows gay marriage
- Denmark approves equal adoption rights for gays
- Ban on gay anthology by US school challenged
- Skinheads attack Slovakia’s first gay pride parade
- Lithuania’s first gay pride march draws protests
- Moscow pride banned as protesters say they will march anyway
- Australian minister quits after being filmed at gay sex club
- No trial needed for life imprisonment in USA
- US troops executing prisoners in Afghanistan, journalist says
- Travellers to be searched for porn in Australia
- Airport body scanners apparently do show every detail
- Catholic church punishing nun for allowing life saving abortion
- Facebook caught sharing secret data with advertisers
- More immigrants means less crime according to stats
- Österreich bestraft angenommene Jugendpornografie
- Deutsche Muslime fordern Schwulen-Schutz im Grundgesetz
- Elite-Internat feuert Lehrer wegen Homosexualität
- CDU & FDP weiterhin für Internet-Zensur
- School Spy Program used on US Students contains Hacker friendly Security Hole
A controversial remote administration program that a Pennsylvania school district installed on student-issued laptops contains a security hole that put the students at risk of being spied on by people outside the school, according to a security firm that examined the software. The LANrev program contains a vulnerability that would allow someone using the same network as one of the students to install malware on the laptop that could remotely control the computer. An intruder would be able to steal data from the computer or control the laptop webcam to snap surreptitious pictures. The vulnerability was discovered by researchers at Leviathan Security Group, who began examining the program after customers who saw media coverage of the Pennsylvania case expressed concern that the program might be exposing their employee computers to intrusion from outsiders. The same software is used by many businesses to monitor and maintain their employee laptops.
The Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania is embroiled in a lawsuit and FBI criminal investigation over use of the LANrev software. The cases involve allegations that administrators spied on students through the software installed on 2,300 school-issued Macbooks. Read on…