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There are probably millions of gay people in China......
2014-04-22 15:22 @ China state media acknowl...
Other countries should take note of this.... its time.
2014-04-22 13:12 @ Vietnam poised to recogni...
Waiting for the outcome soon. Well done.
2014-04-22 10:59 @ Vietnam poised to recogni...
I hope it really happens.
2014-04-22 08:55 @ Vietnam poised to recogni...
I know it's not yet a fait accompli, but congratulations to Vietnam for even getting this far. It's a major step forward for an asian country. I only wish that other supposedly more advanced countries (such as my homeland of Australia) were this far advanced in the debate.
2014-04-21 21:07 @ Vietnam poised to recogni...
1. Many people become victim of Hollybook Author and Prophet descendants 2. Even The Majesty Paduka seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah M Waddaulah also become Victim of Hollybook verses. that make him sinful. 3. Everybody is the same in front of God, infact Hollybook Author and prophets become immun from Law. There is no punisment to propets and their descendant yet. Offcourse, it is against God. It look like satan collaboration. 4. There must be penal code of pusnishment for Hollybook Author and prophet descendant, they make us fighting each other. They make verses with multi interpretation and contain potential of hate, libel, terrorism, Murder, Lie, etc. 5. Just look around the globe, so many victims for years but none punish them. If we do not punish them, mean that we are against God. That is extreme sin. 6.For the shake of God, we all people in the world should punish them.
2014-04-21 19:31 @ Philippine police backs s...
1. Many people become victim of Hollybook Author and Prophet descendants 2. Even The Majesty Paduka seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah M Waddaulah also become Victim of Hollybook verses. that make him sinful. 3. Everybody is the same in front of God, infact Hollybook Author and prophets become immun from Law. There is no punisment to propets and their descendant yet. Offcourse, it is against God. It look like satan collaboration. 4. There must be penal code of pusnishment for Hollybook Author and prophet descendant, they make us fighting each other. They make verses with multi interpretation and contain potential of hate, libel, terrorism, Murder, Lie, etc. 5. Just look around the globe, so many victims for years but none punish them. If we do not punish them, mean that we are against God. That is extreme sin. 6.For the shake of God, we all people in the world should punish them.
2014-04-21 19:29 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
This country seemed so forward and friendly, I had been thinking of visiting there, but I certainly will not now. I just feel sad, so very sad for any poor gay guy there. I could sadly imagine at happening in backward Uganda, but not a first world country like this. Shame shame shame!
2014-04-21 16:43 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
The people who enacted such laws are really sick as their religion failed to teach them the basic tenet preached by all religions - showing compassion for all living things, our environment and mankind regardless of religion, skin colour, creed and sexual orientation.
2014-04-21 09:14 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
They should first start with Prince Azim, the 2nd son of the Sultan. That boy is literally the love child of Boy George and Madonna. The palace is full of carnal sin, if they really want to be morally righteous, start by "cleansing" themselves.
2014-04-20 17:03 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
1. Do not worry, Brunei is small country, when everybody will breed, then no more space to walk, to breath then they will kill each other. Because the country not expanding. except making imperialism to other countries resulting war, hate, Libel So, Brunei Law actually potential core on supporting Riots/ Killing/ Lie / Libel in many other countries. 2. So, you must support Brunei for anti-gay law, they will cry by theirselves Sins. 3. If there many people that smart, proffesionals, experts then they must know to investigate potential problems at everywhere. If these people can not investigate the problems, then they possible actually involve in supporting the problems. Who will punish them? Are they immun from Law? If everybody the same in front of Law of God. Or Are they actually Hidden God? If they are Immun from Law, they must be "God" Mean they must get punishment, because there only one God. so, simple. 4. All problems in The world caused by people want to go to Heaven but they do not be sent to beautiful Heaven yet. this so simple thing make complex problem. 5. so simple solution: just send them to Heaven then they will be very happy in Heaven Reducing problems on earth
2014-04-20 15:04 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
islam is a crap religion, the worst of them all
2014-04-20 08:55 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
Gosh.....OMG!!!
2014-04-20 02:57 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
Gosh.....OMG!!!
2014-04-20 02:56 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
seems a sad dictator, with sadder people that support this rich unelected dynasty
2014-04-19 22:59 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
seems a sad dictator, with sadder people that support this rich unelected dynasty
2014-04-19 22:59 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
Public declaration of affection, love, affairs and relations of any sorts are not necessary nor does it guarantee that love and relation will last forever. Such declaration is even unnecessary in societies when homosexuals and lesbians like ours are not welcomed. When is the wars between straights, homosexuals and lesbians is going to end? Let keep our affairs within the boundaries of our homes.
2014-04-19 17:13 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
Also stoning for declaring yourself a non-muslim! Pretty desperate to retain their followers...
2014-04-19 05:56 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
You won't ever see me stoned in Brunei! Seriously though, it's disturbing to think about the nature of a society where people would be willing or encouraged to participate in such barbaric practices.
2014-04-18 23:13 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
Speechless !
2014-04-18 13:07 @ UN urges Brunei to delay ...
re (2) Isn't a relationship to some degree, all about two people having some sort of need for each other? Like in that saying 'fall for someone you cannot live without', like Romeo and Juliet in the straight world. It doesn't mean having a partner to solve all your problems or issues, and lean totally on them, but hell if he has troubles in his heart, then surely be compassionate, be supportive and understanding and consider why, and give more re-assurance. It's not hard to have little other than heart wrenching experiences in the gay world, speaking from experience, especially when the heart runs deep, I know it too well, 45 and still not had an LTR. But then of course I've found that in most cases guys seeking guys are only wanting something shiny, off the showroom floor, not someone they have to give a little TLC to. If I had a guy who was showing insecurity due to issues, then I'd pull out all stops to love him and nurture him. It's far nicer when you see what your love has become. But the thing is to find a guy who can accept being loved truly madly deeply, as in the words of Savage Garden. As two of the same sex, we should have the advantage of a deeper understanding, but that seldom seems to be, alas.
2014-04-19 21:19 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
I agree with most items, some are a little hard to swallow. The last one is a trust issue, but if I do not want him to ever see what I write, then what am I writing ? Good luck to all who venture into close personal relationships. Openness and honesty is what keeps us together. Married to the same man for 8 1/2 years. John.
2014-04-13 23:09 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Open Relationship just simply doesn't work. When it does work, it doesn't work as a romantic intimate kind, it's simply friends with benefits kind. It's well documented in many articles. Love = Selfish, anything around it it's management of it, including expectation management. Commitments = boundaries. Biggest problem in Open Relationship is the conditioned inability to experience romantic love again, and constantly blocking/immunise yourself against falling in love which is the very same reason why the relationship open in the first place. Socialise as a couple is healthy but why must it be a gay bars? I guess deniability comes into play and gay men are just so good at that. Cultivating authenticity is so important especially to the gay men. I wonder why insecurity/self-victimisation isn't part of the biggest problem faced in the gay world especially when it comes to relationship. To me, insecurity seems to be the biggest disease sweeping the gay men world, if not general society. Generally I agree with this article. But again, every relationship is different and so does everyone, communication and constantly setting and agree to boundaries will produce a trusting enjoyable relationship.
2014-04-06 09:39 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Ok next topic for why youre still staying single TOP 7 plz?
2014-04-04 15:49 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Ok next topic for why youre still staying single TOP 7 plz?
2014-04-04 15:49 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
this is a great article. thank you for this. i made 4 out of 7 mistakes :) i learned a lot from that. nashboroguy, smart comment :) two thumbs up :)
2014-03-31 23:41 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
drelin: Why does it sound like it is from a "Christian fundamentalist"? Being a gay Christian, I do not see anything like that from this article. I do think the author missed the boat on some things too. Granted, not all relationships are created equal. And, not all gay men are the same. If an "open" relationship worked for you, that is great. But, many gay men have serious trust issues in their lives and in their partners. At least in America. I do disagree with the gay club part of the article. I think that was a bit over the top. I understand his thinking. But, to say it is one of the top 7 issues would not be correct in my book.
2014-03-31 08:16 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
I feel this article might have been written by Christian fundamentalists... I had a 16 year relationship. It was open, we went occasionally to disco together and it never caused problems. Could there be a hidden agenda here? Of course we had disputes and things to resolve, but this is an integral part of any relationship (just as love and sharing wonderful things). You cannot avoid it and have to grow your tolerance and understanding, I completely agree on this point. Every relationship is unique and this kind of experience is not prone to synthetyzing or statistizing. Sharing a personal experience is much more interesting and humble than giving lectures like this. I don't like the "This is the biggest mistake" way the author is lecturing us.
2014-03-31 04:34 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Great article .. good advice lets hope people read it and listen lol.
2014-03-31 00:17 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Nashboroguy maybe you should have written the article. After 25 years I will tell you that all you and the writter suggested is right, sadly my partner passed away but in the time we spent together we did a lot of re-inventing our relatioship, spice and honey sure work as a new taste. Thaks both of you
2014-03-30 23:22 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Another important issue in relationships that was not mentioned is the fact that relationships take lots of work. Too often, they end when they do not need to. When you date a person, things are great. You are finding out about someone new. You might try new things together. Dating is fun. You are always going to dinner, courting each other, talking to one another, and the sex is usually pretty awesome. But, over time, relationships get stale. You get stuck in a rut. You begin to feel bored and uninterested in the things that once made you excited. In a relationship. you need to always work on finding ways to spice things up. You need to find new things to keep you interested in each other. You need to find ways to bring that dating time back into a 2, 3, 4, 5 year relationship. And, it is not always about spicing up the sex life. New hobbies to do together, taking a spur of the moment trip together, finding new friends to add things to your lives, and many other things. I have seen far too many coupled gay friends leave each other after two or more years together because things got stale in the relationship. It is fine to get into a sense of normalcy with each other. But, if you find that all you do together is watch TV or stay home all the time together, it will get boring for one of you. It is kind of like you setting every Wednesday as meatloaf night at your house. Eventually, meatloaf gets old and tasteless. So, you need to maybe have a taco night once in a while on Wednesdays.
2014-03-30 22:06 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Interesting article. I will have to agree to disagree with some of it. But, I would like to add...COMMUNCATION. I am not talking about talking to him on social networks like twitter throughout the day. Or, leaving emails every moment of the day. You should be talking to your bf daily, face-to-face. And, not just about sex and romantic things. If you are serious about one another, you should learn everything there is about each other. Your bf should be one of the few people you can discuss the "third rail" topics with such as religion and politics. If you are living together, you should be talking about money, budgets, bills. You should be talking about housekeeping projects and maintaining a home together. You should do more than just "pillow talk". You should develop a line of communication that is clear, understandable, and mutual.
2014-03-30 21:51 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
while you busy making another weird concept or controversy GaGa, please mind musicality also. sincerely, The Fame -era fans. after that, everything went step by step downfall.
2014-03-27 18:48 @ Watch : Lady Gaga unveils...
i wanngo tokyo :( for holiday
2014-03-26 15:48 @ Queer Tokyo, Lost in Tran...
And us widowers are excluded again. Double sigh.
2014-03-16 23:09 @ Le Méridien Koh Samui Re...
OMG I'd rather jerk off everyday than go to Japan covered with radioactivity smh.
2014-03-07 19:31 @ Queer Tokyo, Lost in Tran...
Hope someday to stay here
2014-01-31 08:45 @ Le Méridien Koh Samui Re...
sigh. wish i have found my life partner.
2014-01-16 21:55 @ Le Méridien Koh Samui Re...
demodé
2013-12-31 13:00 @ Amano'i, Vietnam...
nice!
2013-12-31 12:54 @ Le Méridien Koh Samui Re...
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