Wednesday, August 06, 2008
August 6, 2008
WANT to liven up your workplace and help your local community? Dress up for Cross Dress for Red Cross on September 5.
Swap your normal daily attire for that of the opposite gender, for the fancy dress fundraising event with a twist.
You could be Marilyn Monroe, Indiana Jones, Lara Croft, one of the Blues Brothers, or you could even make up your own unique character for the day.Encourage your family, friends and co-workers to sponsor you to dress up. The money raised will support over 20 vital community services that Red Cross provides to vulnerable West Australians. . . .Read More
Catholic News Agency
The concept of ‘gender identity’ was fashioned by radical homosexual groups and advocates to protect the bizarre sexual behavior of a few people,” Thomas More Law Center's Richard Thompson
GAINESVILLE, FL (CNA) - A coalition of citizens and businesses in Gainesville, Florida has formed in reaction to the Gainesville City Council’s passage of a ‘gender identity’ ordinance that allows men who perceive themselves as women to use women’s bathrooms in any school, business or public facility. The coalition, called “Citizens for Good Public Policy,” aims to enact a Charter Amendment that would oppose the addition of such categories to the city’s civil rights ordinance.
The group has gathered 8,800 signatures to place the proposal on the March 2009 ballot, though only 5,581 were required. . . .Read More
The Times of India
Eight years back a starry-eyed Pankaj Sharma left home in Delhi with a strong determination and came down to Mumbai to make it big.
But once here, one gets to know how difficult it is for a person to even survive in the city! Seems like a rip-off from a Hindi movie, doesn’t it? But it’s true-life for Pankaj, who got re-chistened as ‘Bobby Darling’ and has braved a lot of taunts, criticism, ridicule, et al. to come up to this level today, where people recognise this name well.
“When I came here, I didn’t have a place to stay and I slept on railway platforms; for earnings, I worked in a dance bar where the girls would not let me share the green room and would also often push me. . .Read More
August 6, 2008
Allen Andrade Accused Of Killing Angie Zapata In Greeley ApartmentGREELEY, Colo. -- A man accused in the brutal beating death of a transgendered teen was formally chargedAllen Ray Andrade, 31, was charged with first-degree murder in the bludgeoning death of Angie Zapata. He is also charged with a bias motivated crime and motor vehicle theft.Zapata, 18, was found dead in her Greeley apartment on July 17, and Andrade was arrested following two-week investigation into her slaying. Zapata was born a male but was living her life as a female, according to her family. . . .Read More