Gay Art School Student to Lose Anal Virginity in Front of Class [NSFW]

October 25, 2013
(Gawker) (h/t HenriLeRiche) Art school student Clayton Pettet says he’s held on to his anal virginity for the past 19 years, but he’s finally ready to lose it — and he wants to share his grand opening with the world.
On January 25, 2014, Pettet, a second-year student at London’s Central Saint Martins art school (Jarvis Cocker went here!), is planning to exhibit a one-time-only performance art piece entitled “Art School Stole My Virginity,” which will involve Pettet and a friend engaging in safe anal sex on stage at an art space in the London Borough of Hackney.
He expects between 50 and 100 classmates and other members of the public to attend.
“The key thing about performance art is that it should only be performed once, and this is the ultimate once-in-a-lifetime performance,” Pettet told a local news agency.
The show will be followed by a Q&A wherein Pettet will ask the audience if they detect any change in his partner’s attitude toward him.
“Since culturally we do hold quite a lot of value to the idea of virginity I have decided to use mine and the loss of it to create a piece that I think will stimulate interesting debate and questions regarding the subject,” Pettet said.
Early “reviews” have been mostly negative, with one LGBT activist saying the stunt “cheapens our own sexual relationships.”
On his Tumblr blog (NSFW), Pettet responded in advance to criticism, calling virginity “a performance created by the species Human:Male.”
Though his parents are currently unaware of the performance, Pettet says he has told his teachers.

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March 23, 2013

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Last night at a sold-out LA Gay Lesbian Center gala that raised $1 million for homeless gay and lesbian youth, honoree Amy Pascal asked the industry to scrutinize its depiction of LGBT characters in film and television: “How about next time, when any of us are reading a script and it says words like fag, or faggot – homo – dyke – take a pencil and just cross it out”. According to Deadline Hollywood (via Big Hollywood), the head of Sony, Amy Pascal, wants to censor all gay stereotypes by introducing a “production code”. But nothing on whether they’d do the same regarding Christian/Jewish stereotypes. How sad to see that the tactics from the 1930s are coming back again. via tel chai

That’s so GAY!

"Palestinian Queer Parties" held in Tel Aviv!

November 27, 2011

(EOZ) received a lot of feedback about an essay on the sheer hate that Sarah Schulman exhibited in the New York Times this week, where she downplayed Israel’s gay rights achievements as mere “pinkwashing” of Israeli crimes, which she believes is the real reason Israelis are more accepting of gays than their neighbors.
One correspondent, Scott Piro, wrote another excellent response to her essay on Ray Cook’s blog. He points out that one of the Palestinian Arab gay groups that Schulman extols, AlQaws, has held its parties in Tel Aviv.
Sure enough, a Google search of “AlQaws Palestinian Queer Party” finds that this is a bi-monthly event, and has been held for the past year at the Comfort 13 club in Tel Aviv. The next event is on December 2:

And they had the same party, at the same venue, in April,  June July and October
In fact, alQaws’ headquarters is in Jerusalem, on the western side of the Green Line. 
Even so, they also argue against so-called “pinkwashing” and support Sarah Schulman’s organization, “Queers Against Israeli Apartheid. “
The hypocrisy is stunning. They are against events such as “Out in Israel,” a celebration of Israeli LGBT culture in San Francisco last year, because they dislike the politicization of their cause in ways that make Israel look good. But QuAIA’s entire reason for existing is as a politicization of their cause to demonize Israel! Their hate trumps any desire they have for gays to be treated equally worldwide. 
Even their arguments are silly. This is the pinnacle of their logic, used by Schulman as well as at the alQaws site:

It doesn’t matter what the sexual orientation of the Soldier at a checkpoint is, whether he can serve openly or not….The apartheid wall was not created to keep Palestinian homophobes out of Gay Israel, and there is no magic door for gay Palestinians to pass through.

In other words, Israelis, as opposed to Palestinian Arabs, have a concept of equal rights. Terrorists are treated the same whether they are straight or gay, and so are soldiers.
Would Al Qaws prefer that such a discriminatory magic door exists? Are they saying that they should be treated better by Israel than their straight neighbors?
Apparently, they want to be treated as special, to use their cause specifically to demonize Israel. (Al Qaws at least tries to work to fix Palestinian Arab society, QuAIA has no interest in that.)
In a perfectly equal society, gays would not be considered more or less special than any group of people, like stamp collectors or fans of Twilight. If people created an organization called, for example, Quilters Against Israeli Apartheid, it would be blatantly obvious that the group is not pro-quilter but simply haters of Israel. And that is what QuAIA is, as they hijack the very real issues that gays face and try (very unconvincingly) to shoehorn them into their own loathing of the Jewish State.
(By the way, the Goldstone Report used the exact same bizarre logic in accusing Israel of violating the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women during Cast Lead – as if Israel was specifically targeting and discriminating against Gaza’s women! When one wants to attack Israel, apparently no argument is too crazy.)

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Since I’m not getting any debate here on Gay Marriage

June 27, 2011
all these results from Google about Gay Marriage…
so much that Google made a customized SEARCH button… and yet…
people are afraid to debate the issue! 
Essentially our information system speaks for those who don’t have an argument.
A happy rainbow instead of a debate. 
Does this sound like the kind of issue you should support?

…Not one person addressing the issues put forth…the best I ever get is a change of subject (that is at best, usually I get blocked by the typical censorial progressive) … the only thing I can assume is this is an emotional issue and not something that most New Yorkers are thinking about. so let me appeal to your emotions. Has the LGBT community been supportive of Jews? Has the LGBT community supported Israel? No they have not. Their interest is in attacking our moral culture. In fact the LGBT community has aided Palestine and terrorism. In fact they are interested in our demise. Should we expect them to address the existential interests of marriage when they are trying to kill us? Why so quiet now? They are merely interested in tearing up society that is functional and replacing their hatred. Why else would the LGBT community be supporting Palestine? It isn’t like as if Palestine respects Homosexuality. We in the West tolerate gays. They kill gays. How do we get rewarded by homosexuals? …with the murder of our social fabric. Toleration does not mean we have to let them destroy culture. It does not mean we have to give Gay people special consideration and allow them to turn working parts of our government against us to accommodate their lies.


President Obama’s remarks at the 2011 LGBT Dinner in New York

June 24, 2011
obama2President Barack Obama praised New York state lawmakers who were debating landmark legislation today to legalize same-gender marriage, saying that’s what democracy’s all about. But the president stopped short of embracing same-gender marriage himself.

“I believe that [same-gender] couples deserve the same legal rights as every other couple in this country,” the president said at a fundraiser in Manhattan, his first geared specifically to the same-gender community. Coincidentally, the long-planned event occurred just as lawmakers in Albany were debating legislation that would make New York the sixth state to legalize same-gender marriage.
That served to spotlight the president’s own views on same-gender marriage, a sore point with same-gender supporters who’ve otherwise warmed to him. The president has said his views are “evolving,” but for now he supports civil unions, not same-gender marriage.
“Traditionally marriage has been decided by the states and right now I understand there’s a little debate going on here in New York,” the president said to laughter. He said New York’s lawmakers are “doing exactly what democracies are supposed to do.”
Debate on the measure continued into the night at the statehouse, and the outcome was uncertain.
As Obama spoke, a handful of people shouted out “marriage!” And Obama said, “I heard you guys.”


LGBT Pride Month

June 1, 2011
President Barack Obama has proclaimed June 2011 “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month.”

Painting the LGBT experience as the “story about the struggle to realize that all people can live with dignity and fairness under the law,” Obama highlighted the steps his administration has taken for gay rights, including passing the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” legislation and giving the LGBT community more access to federal housing programs.

Obama made the same proclamation in June 2010, picking up where President Bill Clinton left off in 2000, when he marked the month “Gay and Lesbian Pride Month.”
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President George W. Bush angered many gay rights activists by saying no to the June celebration, and then-Attorney General John Ashcroft’s Justice Department barred a group of employees from celebrating the month.

June was chosen in honor the 1969 Greenwich Village riots at the Stonewall Inn where gay rights advocates clashed with New York City police over alleged discrimination.

Obama noted his administration’s efforts to prevent bullying, especially of gay people, and to raise awareness of the HIV/AIDS virus within LGBT circles.

The gay community does not, however, have the month to themselves. Obama also proclaimed June “National Caribbean-American Heritage Month,” “African-American Music Appreciation Month” and “Great Outdoors Month.” via dailycaller.com


Gay shame

April 14, 2011

Israel is sort of participating in the ‘gay pride’ festival in Berlin in June. I say ‘sort of’ because like good dhimmis, Israel’s participation will be entirely incognito.

Berlin Municipality invited Tel Aviv to take part in the main festival, which will be taking place ahead of the gay pride events. But the Israeli delegation decided to leave out any state symbols at the stand, as well as in any performances by Israeli artists taking part in the festival.
Thus, there will be no Israeli flags and the emphasis will be on Tel Aviv as a global city – pluralistic and liberal, which accepts members of the gay community no matter where they’re from. Moreover, visitors to the festival will receive information about Tel Aviv which will include a map that highlights LGBT entertainment centers.
A source within the tourism industry told Ynet that “in the past it has been proven that the correct and smart way to ‘export’ Israel, especially these days, is through emphasizing brands it excels in, without using anything that symbolizes the state of Israel. Unfortunately, the Israeli flag or Star of David can cause antagonism among many.”
The Tourism Ministry understands this new reality and explains: “Unfortunately, this is the smart way to market Israeli brands abroad.” It should be mentioned that the ministry promotes some Israeli sites and destinations without mentioning the word Israel.

One would think that Israel would (and could) at least appeal for some credit from the gay community for being the only country in this region where gays are not the subjects of ‘honor killings’ just because they are gay. But sadly, that is not the case. And now that we have expediently rebranded Israel into something other than the Jewish state, we aren’t even going to try to get credit for the things that we do for which other countries do get credit.
Now you all see why Carl of  israelmatzav.blogspot.com was (and remains) so angry with the Foreign Ministry’s Brand Israel program when it was introduced to bloggers two and a half years ago. Israel’s gay community should be ashamed of itself for accepting creating these terms of participation.

The Gay Community on the international level should be ashamed of their behavior towards Jews.  This also makes it unbearable to be a gay Jew outside of Israel.

The secret cause of Israel’s PR and image catastrophe

While I agree with Israel Matzav and Zionism-Israel that Israel will not solve anything by selling *T* and *A* to replace the Jewish homeland and repackage Israel as *Sexy*, *Rich* and *Vogue* ….I certainly see the point that any image can be co-opted and it is better to just be about Love, G-d, Community but I also have no problem with *SEXY ISRAEL* existing in parallel marketing, though I sincerely think it shouldn’t be state financed because I don’t think it is in the interests of Israel to turn itself into Los Vegas.

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