Posts tagged ‘Christian’

August 17, 2011

Postmodernism is Dead? “Postmodernism—Style and Subversion 1970-1990.”

by Accidental Bear

What is fucking art anyhow?

“Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990,” will be at the V&A Museum from 24 Sept 2011 to 15 Jan 2012. The exhibition is supported by the Friends of the V&A with further support from Barclays Wealth

(www.prospectmagazine.co.uk)

I have some good news—kick back, relax, enjoy the rest of the summer, stop worrying about where your life is and isn’t heading. What news? Well, on 24th September, we can officially and definitively declare that postmodernism is dead. Finished. History. A difficult period in human thought over and done with. How do I know this? Because that is the date when the Victoria and Albert Museum opens what it calls “the first comprehensive retrospective” in the world: “Postmodernism—Style and Subversion 1970-1990.” READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

July 8, 2011

TOMS Shoes: Tsk tsk On You, Playing with Homophobes & Anti-Choice Groups?

by Accidental Bear

This is a tough one, like a blow below the belt. We have to pick our battles. I am a big flaming homosexual and do my best to not give my money to groups supporting hate, but I also find it impossible to be a 100% ” gay PC”. It is hard to keep track of where to and not to shop, eat and patronize.  Why TOMS, why? Target, now you. (crying into the palms of my hands) AB


Last week, TOMS shoes founder Blake Mycoskie was a headliner at an event hosted by Focus On The FamilyAccording to Christianity Today, Focus On The Family is “working to become a TOMS international distributor in Africa.” Will canvas-footed progressives balk?

Since the departure of James Dobson, the group has modified their tone on polarizing topics, but not their positions on them: They still are anti-choice, anti-gay, anti-evolution, you name it.

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April 25, 2011

You Were Missed @ Hunky Jesus Easter 2011 SF

by Accidental Bear

If there had been a roof the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence would have brought it down for the 32nd time! Sun was magically pulled from a hat after a wet start to the day and another glorious time was had by those attending the festivities by choice or by accident. Sorry to those who wanted a romantic hetero day in the park. Gays dressed as Jesus, Nuns and sexy bunnies ran Dolores Park on Easter and no one had to be beat in to join the gang (hate when that happens).

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The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are back with the 32nd annual Hunky Jesus contest. Set your offense level to stun! But as they say, Jesus has a sense of humor, and so should you. It’s all in loving good fun, and a celebration of an organization that has raised millions to support charities that “Christians” have ignored.

March 22, 2011

A Christian publisher says she had to cancel the launch of a book which claims Jesus can cure homosexuality

by Accidental Bear

How am I going to get fixed now? I have barely stepped foot in a Church except for that one wedding and on acid in high school for a photo shoot. That’s all that it took for me to know that the church is nothing more than ornate stained glass and beautiful wooden benches. Oh, and quiet, wonderful peace and quiet. When it come to bible pushers I want to raise some hell though. The writer of this book talks of  a “dramatic” religious experience had by one half of a gay couple. Religious experience? No, sorry sweetie that called a nervous breakdown for not being accepted by those in which you have faith. Can I get an AMEN!

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via http://www.pinknews.co.uk/

Christian publisher forced to cancel launch of ‘gay cure’ book

Christian publisher says she had to cancel the launch of a book which claims Jesus can cure homosexuality because of a planned protest by gay rights activists.

Eileen Mohr, who owns Crossbridge Books, said that a hotel in Worcester refused to host the launch after learning of the demonstration.

Where is your brother?’, by Canadian author Marion Heath, is being published in the UK and tells the story of a gay couple who split up when one has a “dramatic” religious experience.

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