Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Since the vicious and animalistic attacks on three Bronx residents because they were thought to be gay by the Latin Goonies, I have remained relatively silent on this blog...but let it be known that I have been furiously working together with other Bronx leaders of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community to come up with solutions.
For far too long, we have been disregarded by our very own Bronx leaders elected to serve US the people...EVERYONE, regardless of our backgrounds. The so-called "reverend", Senator Ruben Diaz, uses the guise of religion and the bible to declare homosexuality as a sin and an abomination but as I have said before, that same bible also says it is ok to own slaves as well as stone women. So, "Reverend" Ruben Diaz, by using your own logic, then it should be acceptable to you if you were enslaved?
He is not the only culprit - there are others as well. We, the LGBT are also to blame for being to quiet and have fallen into complacency. It is time for us to rise up and let the rest of the Bronx know that we are NOT going anywhere because this is OUR HOME TOO. The Bronx has the most number of gay families with children in the City of New York and perhaps the most in any county of the United States according the New York Times.. The Bronx is home to EVERYONE from every socio-economic background from the poorest of the poor in this country to some of the wealthiest in the country. We are a borough of extremes and in betweens. With so much diversity in such a small borough, we need to get along better REGARDLESS of what are views and backgrounds are.
story which is a great inspiration to all. That is only but a fraction of the LGBT Community which will be there so come and join us together as one Bronx Family.
Will you stand with me? Will you stand with us?
Monday, October 25, 2010
Read more about it and watch the video!
Congratulations again to Melrose residents for continuing to be the leaders in the Green Movement in the city and statewide!
Friday, October 22, 2010
Friday, October 1, 2010
Heineken Mural at 3rd Avenue and 149th Street celebrating various aspects of Puerto Rican life and culture both here in NYC as well as back on the island. The Taino sun is beautifully depicted setting into the sea.
Although I appreciate that a mural was done for our people, I'm a little miffed that it had to be bastardized by the Heineken logo everywhere...time to start a new mural which mayhaps won't feature some corporate stamp all over it?