GAYS IN THE CITY
MOVING FORWARD FOR A BETTER FUTURE
Lessons we Learn
Why we are behaving like mad Human going around fighting with others, killing others we make our life so fucking hard to live in when you can step back relax and think to yourself "WHAT AM I DOING?
Why? Life is a miracle and we are lucky we are alive lucky to be part of this miracle but instead we hate each other we aare greedy we kill for money we create wars we care more about the money we have and not for the friends or neighbours, we are end up been the worse ever visitors this planet has ever have had, we are the worse animals and we can't stop we continue to hate and kill each other
Think about it we have no choice but to face death when the time is here , are you going to take anything with you? No matter how rich or poor you are you ll die alone as you came alone to life. We are nothing but a combination of Bacteria aajnd viruses trillion of those , we re lucky cause we're at the rright place the right time when nature create humans.
In 2022 EU new law to tax all the people who are filthy rich and they keep the money in foreign banks , slowly they bring their money to Europe for investments etc and EU wants to put tax on them and why not ? Why we have to pay taxes and the filthy rich they don't. Enough is Enough we have enough of that pig style behaviourRead More About Why Brexit?
For Autocrats, and Others,
Coronavirus Is a Chance to Grab Even More Power Leadera Around the World have passed emergency decrees 6> and legislation expanding their reach during the pandemic. Will they ever relinquish them?
The world’s 7.6 billion people represent just 0.01% of all living things, according to the study. Yet since the dawn of civilisation, humanity has caused the loss of 83% of all wild mammals and half of plants, while livestock kept by humans abounds.
The new work is the first comprehensive estimate of the weight of every class of living creature and overturns some long-held assumptions. Bacteria are indeed a major life form – 13% of everything – but plants overshadow everything, representing 82% of all living matter. All other creatures, from insects to fungi, to fish and animals, make up just 5% of the world’s biomass.
We need to go back and check our history somewhere along the line we got it wrong.
We start to behave worse than the most small creature exist on this planet, we think we are clever and we know everyrthing about everything well think again as we are all small viruses and dirty bacteria and we lost respect for other lifeforms .we need to wake up and start living again like we suppose to, stop hating yourself and hating others gow up there is still some time left to save our earth
GAYS IN THE CITY
Seven years ago i started the website as a hobby something to write when i am happy and when i am upset. But as time went by things around me start to change some taking shape some loosing identity and then the rebel mind of mine start to waking up and with out realising i was involved with some projects on the gay scene and all went in the direction it had
Today i am changing again, I change because i fed up with situations around me taking place and some I allow them to be and some not. I change the website in order to change me i ll follow no one but me, i will speak out myself and what is fair or not i will put it on here, My first attempt it was all about the young gay generation to look out now it is about the gay Community
The Early Gay Rights Movement
In 1924, Henry Gerber, a German immigrant, founded in Chicago the Society for Human Rights, the first documented gay rights organization in the United States. During his U.S. Army service in World War I, Gerber was inspired to create his organization by the Scientific-Humanitarian Committee, a “homosexual emancipation” group in Germany.