In a few hours April 25 will be upon us, Down Under

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    Apr 24, 2012 10:20 AM GMT
    It is a day of silance in support of those who do not have a voice.

    Tomorrow is a very big day for me for a few personal reasions, a day I should be out, being loud and proud, in celebration.

    But my phone is already off, and I will be having a day in silance for my Bona Fide brothers who do not yet have a voice. No-one is welcome to come to my home tomorrow! Yet it should be full of loved ones; because of the joyous day it personally is for me tomorrow, we should be celebrating. But I'll spend it in silance, for those who do not have a voice.


    What are you doing to stop the silence?
    What have you done to stop the silence?
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    Apr 24, 2012 12:51 PM GMT
    Silance?
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    Apr 24, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
    Cardinal724 saidSilance?


    "Reasions"?

    It's hard to keep your grammar straight while swilling bourbon. icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 24, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
    Cardinal724 saidSilance?
    TBA is drinking again.. pay no attention to our site drunk!
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    Apr 24, 2012 1:05 PM GMT
    TropicalMark said
    Cardinal724 saidSilance?
    TBA is drinking again.. pay no attention to our site drunk!
    Which one? icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 24, 2012 1:07 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    TropicalMark said
    Cardinal724 saidSilance?
    TBA is drinking again.. pay no attention to our site drunk!
    Which one? icon_lol.gif
    patti the drunk!
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    Apr 24, 2012 8:47 PM GMT
    Scruffypup said
    Cardinal724 saidSilance?


    "Reasions"?

    It's hard to keep your grammar straight while swilling bourbon. icon_lol.gif


    Dear Lamb chops, even our pseudo brothers like you, can drink your Bourbon, coz we know it helps you to man up, "and" support our brothers without a voice, who stay silent for fear of being attacked.for being seen as less a man, for fear of rejection from family, work, chuch, and community.

    I'm one of the lucky one who found a voice at a young age and never hid away, and since all their abuse did not kill one, It was to make one stronger, were I do not see myself as a victom; just because I was born a Bona Fide Homosexual, who has never hidden away out of fear. Oh and accusing one of being a drunken does not hurt one as you intended it to do, and insecure bullies like you and TM and your band of merry bullies here, do not have the effect on ones you wish, as I know the truth. I hope someday you will be strong enough to know we don't have to put on some big Butch facade to compensate for being homosexual, and still be men!icon_idea.gif

    They shall grow not old as we are left to grow old.

    Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn.

    Our dear brother who will never grow old, because they were not strong enough to endure the bullies, or the repression.
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    Apr 24, 2012 8:52 PM GMT
    TrueBlueAussie said

    I'm one of the lucky one who found drinkin at a young age and never hid away, and since all their abuse did not kill one, It was to make one stronger, were I do not see myself as a victom; just because I was born a Bona Fide Homosexual, who has never hidden away out of fear. Oh and accusing one of being a drunken does not hurt one as you intended it to do, and insecure bullies like you do not have an effect on ones you wish, as I know the truth. I hope someday you will be strong enough to know we don't have to put on some big Butch facade to compensate for being homosexual, and still be men!
    yup.. go have another!
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    Apr 24, 2012 9:26 PM GMT
    You use the phrase "Bona Fide" a lot.
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    Apr 24, 2012 9:37 PM GMT
    Cardinal724 saidSilance?


    Dear brother as much as I know many if not most Americans struggle with anything other than the dialect of American English. One is sure you are smart enough to know what one meant, and thats all that matters.

    You know it's hard for me not to ponder on this day of Silence, our lost brothers who died before they ever found their voice, and enjoyed the many blessings of life and love, out in the open, and experienced a life of acceptance.

    My husband and I, are blessed to have a large social group of straight friends, to support us, and too love and accept us too. We get to live out in the real world, and not some gay ghetto, as two attached homosexuals in a very LTR; many of our neighbors knowing us for 12+ years now; we are just like apart of the family.

    I have helped my American husband find his voice too; something he did not have before he come Down Under to Oz to live.

    Also as I look back over my life on this day, and recall how my very own family did not want me to thrive, and prosper or have a voice in life, and I was kept away from school, to work the land, as well to help keep the truth hidden, as I was not ashamed of being a homosexual from a young age, as I had been molested by a half brother a bisexual. But I was able to see from a young age there was no wrong in male on male love. But am able too look back and see the wrong what was done to me by that half brother and what he also took from me.

    Thus I ponder, all those grown men on this day who still do not have a voice.
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    Apr 24, 2012 9:41 PM GMT
    TheBizMan saidYou use the phrase "Bona Fide" a lot.


    Some use the term gay a lot too, for many diffrent groups too. One is just being specific, that I am a Bona Fide Homosexual and not bisexual. It's away of one preserving our Identity, and it not being lost and turned into something generic. I feel no sham that I have never has sexual interaction with a female of any kind, nor do I see this making one a less a man either.

    We Bona Fide Homosexual need to be promoted, as there are those who would have us silenced, and without a voice; just for their own political agenda.

    I love the term Bona Fide. To me it means the same as True Blue, meaning the real genuine thing, not a fake or a cheap imitation.
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    Apr 24, 2012 9:53 PM GMT
    TrueBlueAussie said

    I'm one of the lucky one who found a voice at a young age and never hid away, and since all their abuse did not kill one, It was to make one stronger, were I do not see myself as a victom; just because I was born a Bona Fide Homosexual, who has never hidden away out of fear. Oh and accusing one of being a drunken does not hurt one as you intended it to do, and insecure bullies like you and TM and your band of merry bullies here, do not have the effect on ones you wish, as I know the truth. I hope someday you will be strong enough to know we don't have to put on some big Butch facade to compensate for being homosexual, and still be men!icon_idea.gif

    Does TBA strike anyone else as the Aussie version of a certain American on here? ...Anyone?
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    Apr 24, 2012 10:00 PM GMT
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    TrueBlueAussie said

    I'm one of the lucky one who found a voice at a young age and never hid away, and since all their abuse did not kill one, It was to make one stronger, were I do not see myself as a victom; just because I was born a Bona Fide Homosexual, who has never hidden away out of fear. Oh and accusing one of being a drunken does not hurt one as you intended it to do, and insecure bullies like you and TM and your band of merry bullies here, do not have the effect on ones you wish, as I know the truth. I hope someday you will be strong enough to know we don't have to put on some big Butch facade to compensate for being homosexual, and still be men!icon_idea.gif

    Does TBA strike anyone else as the Aussie version of a certain American on here? ...Anyone?
    yes.
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    TrueBlueAussie said

    I'm one of the lucky one who found a voice at a young age and never hid away, and since all their abuse did not kill one, It was to make one stronger, were I do not see myself as a victom; just because I was born a Bona Fide Homosexual, who has never hidden away out of fear. Oh and accusing one of being a drunken does not hurt one as you intended it to do, and insecure bullies like you and TM and your band of merry bullies here, do not have the effect on one you wish, as I know the truth. I hope someday you will be strong enough to know we don't have to put on some big Butch facade to compensate for being homosexual, and still be men!icon_idea.gif

    Does TBA strike anyone else as the Aussie version of a certain American on here? ...Anyone?


    Dear troubled brother, is that not another topic issue.

    But I do not stand alone; nor do I stand side by side with a band of bullies, as many do here.icon_idea.gif
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    Apr 24, 2012 10:13 PM GMT
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    Cardinal724 saidSilance?


    "Reasions"?

    It's hard to keep your grammar straight while swilling bourbon. icon_lol.gif


    Dear Lamb chops, even our pseudo brothers like you, can drink your Bourbon, coz we know it helps you to man up, "and" support our brothers without a voice, who stay silent for fear of being attacked.for being seen as less a man, for fear of rejection from family, work, chuch, and community.

    I'm one of the lucky one who found a voice at a young age and never hid away, and since all their abuse did not kill one, It was to make one stronger, were I do not see myself as a victom; just because I was born a Bona Fide Homosexual, who has never hidden away out of fear. Oh and accusing one of being a drunken does not hurt one as you intended it to do, and insecure bullies like you and TM and your band of merry bullies here, do not have the effect on ones you wish, as I know the truth. I hope someday you will be strong enough to know we don't have to put on some big Butch facade to compensate for being homosexual, and still be men!icon_idea.gif


    Oh looky.....the old drunk woke up! icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 24, 2012 10:14 PM GMT
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    TheBizMan saidYou use the phrase "Bona Fide" a lot.


    Some use the term gay a lot too, for many diffrent groups too. One is just being specific, that I am a Bona Fide Homosexual and not bisexual. It's away of one preserving our Identity, and it not being lost and turned into something generic. I feel no sham that I have never has sexual interaction with a female of any kind, nor do I see this making one a less a man either.

    We Bona Fide Homosexual need to be promoted, as there are those who would have us silenced, and without a voice; just for their own political agenda.

    I love the term Bona Fide. To me it means the same as True Blue, meaning the real genuine thing, not a fake or a cheap imitation.


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    Apr 24, 2012 10:46 PM GMT
    They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old.

    Age shall not werary them, nor the years conemn.

    A thought to our brother who were killed, murded just for being gay, or a Bona Fide Homosexual.

    To our Bona Fide brothers who would not be forced into marriage, and took their own life as an alternative. To our brothers who are to never grow old, because they were not strong enough to face the bullies, or the issues of being an out Bona Fide Homosexual.

    The Band will play a Waltzing Matilda for you.
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    Apr 24, 2012 10:50 PM GMT
    OP reminds me of human-form Stuart
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    Scruffypup said
    TrueBlueAussie said
    TheBizMan saidYou use the phrase "Bona Fide" a lot.


    Some use the term gay a lot too, for many diffrent groups too. One is just being specific, that I am a Bona Fide Homosexual and not bisexual. It's away of one preserving our Identity, and it not being lost and turned into something generic. I feel no sham that I have never has sexual interaction with a female of any kind, nor do I see this making one a less a man either.

    We Bona Fide Homosexual need to be promoted, as there are those who would have us silenced, and without a voice; just for their own political agenda.

    I love the term Bona Fide. To me it means the same as True Blue, meaning the real genuine thing, not a fake or a cheap imitation.


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    Mate one can not carry your luggage; you need to do that yourself. But don't hold us back; one will not be a victom of your insecurities, nor allow your bulling to silance one either, from having a voice., Those of us who behold a security in who were are, and in what we were born; Bona Fide Homosexuals; guys who never have, done the nasty with a female, or have been willing to sell their souls, by doing so just to create an illusion for acceptance, and advancement. Who do not feel a need to seem butch, to help us feel equal as men, because we know we are still men; no we do not play dress ups.

    No we speak out were they are silent, and today we hold a day of silance, for those who do not speak out. For those who have died for being gay, or those who were to take their own life; because they could not find their voice.

    If this makes one an arsehole I stand proud, AND IT MAKES BULLIES LIKE YOU AN ANKLE, BECAUSE YOUR A 3FT LOWER.
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    Apr 24, 2012 11:35 PM GMT
    You're a "Bona Fide" IDIOT. You're just now beginning to even hint at who the fuck "those who are silent" are. Your cryptic thread just reveals once again how retarded you are.
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    Apr 25, 2012 1:15 AM GMT
    TheBizMan saidYou use the phrase "Bona Fide" a lot.


    One will continue to do so; until us Bona Fide Homosexuals, get a voice.
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    Apr 25, 2012 1:39 AM GMT
    I'm not trying to bully.. I've read almost all of the topic and still have no idea what makes April 25th important. Maybe you could explain that and people would stop laughing and calling you drunk.
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    Apr 25, 2012 1:55 AM GMT
    SkinnyBitch saidI'm not trying to bully.. I've read almost all of the topic and still have no idea what makes April 25th important. Maybe you could explain that and people would stop laughing and calling you drunk.


    April 25th is Anzac day a solemn day which is the date the Australian and New Zealand forces arrived, and were consequently slaughtered, at Gallipoli in WW1.
    Dumb fuck Australians like the one who i choose to ignore (TBA) use it as a time to get drunk, abuse ethnic minorities and harp on about war and how great it is to be a white Australian.
    I and most others use the day as a time of reflection and thanks for those who lost their lives in any war our country has been involved in.
    The day starts with a dawn service in all small towns and cities across Oz and NZ then there is a parade. Service men and women of all generations share stories, drink and play Two Up. Mostly people use the public holiday to BBQ and say thanks to our fallen service personelle, by living free and large in our peaceful nations.
    Twits like TBA generally end up locked up by the end of the day for being drunk and abusive.
    Lest we forget

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    Apr 25, 2012 3:10 AM GMT
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    SkinnyBitch saidI'm not trying to bully.. I've read almost all of the topic and still have no idea what makes April 25th important. Maybe you could explain that and people would stop laughing and calling you drunk.


    April 25th is Anzac day a solemn day which is the date the Australian and New Zealand forces arrived, and were consequently slaughtered, at Gallipoli in WW1.
    Dumb fuck Australians like the one who i choose to ignore (TBA) use it as a time to get drunk, abuse ethnic minorities and harp on about war and how great it is to be a white Australian.
    I and most others use the day as a time of reflection and thanks for those who lost their lives in any war our country has been involved in.
    The day starts with a dawn service in all small towns and cities across Oz and NZ then there is a parade. Service men and women of all generations share stories, drink and play Two Up. Mostly people use the public holiday to BBQ and say thanks to our fallen service personelle, by living free and large in our peaceful nations.
    Twits like TBA generally end up locked up by the end of the day for being drunk and abusive.
    Lest we forget




    Wow, that was very educational. Finally, over 20 posts later, we finally get a coherent explanation of what the hell this guy was harping about. Thanks Ozondamove.
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    Apr 25, 2012 3:51 AM GMT
    Don't be silenced for who you are.

    Don't let the bullies silance you because you are not masc enough, or have a gay face, or voice, or even a diffrent political view. You grammar is not 100% perfect; oh the bullies love to use that one to silance and repress, to take away your voice.


    What have you done to stop the Silence?