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A Million Pennies

This blog being a reference of either trending topics and things happening in my life -this including my day to day ramblings which I am honored you take the time to read and share-, I felt I had to give my two cents on the JC Penny / Ellen Degeneres / One “million” moms failed attempt of boycott.

I firmly believe that equality, worldwide, will happen; it is unstoppable. Minorities never ask to be considered equals, they don’t want to be like everybody else, they have their own identity and ways to see the world, they just want equal rights.

Ellen Degeneres, more specifically, like any other public figure has every right to represent whomever she so chooses and so does the company that decides to make her a spokesperson -that’s basically their prerogative-
When people hide behind a “label” -or give others a label as an excuse to hate-, no matter under what context or situation, it’s plainly and by concept wrong.

My Name is Spike Clémenceau-Silent and I am first and foremost a person, secondly a father of two -both of whom I try to teach right from wrong by giving a good example- and last but not least gay. My family -and the concept of families worldwide and in  society- is changing and evolving; I love my family, I like looking after them and making sure they are happy and safe and I am sure this same applies to all families out there, “conservative” or not.

Here’s a word of advice to all haters out there, who feel they have every right to get on a moral high horse and look down on people: there’s no absolute truth in life, such thing doesn’t exist, live and let live… mind your own business as the LGTB has enough to worry about already; we serve as role models to our children and hate, no matter under what excuse is always wrong, I’d worry about that hate message you are teaching if I were you. If you on the other hand wish to show support, here’s the right group to like on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/spikecls

Este blog, siendo siempre una referencia a tópicos actuales ó incluso cosas que ocurren en my vida -esto incluye mis desvaríos diarios que me honra que lean y compartan-, sentí que tenía que dar mi perspectiva sobre el boycott fallido hacia Ellen Degeneres / JC Penny / y el grupo one “million” moms en facebook

Creo firmemente que la igualdad, en todo el mundo, courrirá; es imposible de parar. La minorías nunca ha pedido ser considerados iguales, no desean ser como los demás, estos tienen su propia identidad y formas de ver el mundo, sólo desean igualdad de derechos.

Ellen Degeneres, más específicamente, cómo cualquier otra figura pública tiene todo el derecho de representar a quien le apetezca y también lo tiene la compañía que le hace su portavoz -es su elección después de todo-. Cuando las personas se esconden detrás de una etiqueta -o se la ponen a otros con la misión principal de socabar y odiar-, da igual bajo que concepto o situación, es simplemente y por concepto básico, muy malo.

Mi nombre es Spike Clémenceau-Silent y soy ante todo una persona, en segundo lugar padre de dos -ambos a los que intento enseñar la diferencia entre lo que está mal y lo que está bien- y por último pero no menos importante, gay. Mi familia -y el concepto de familias en todo el mundo y en la sociedad- está cambiando y evolucionando; amo a mi familia, me gusta cuidar de ellos y velar por su bienestar y felicidad y los mismo se aplica a todas las familias ahí fuera, ya sean “conservadoras” ó no.

He aquí un pequeño consejo para todos los que deciden odiar a otros, y que sienten tienen todo el derecho de montarse en su caballo de superioridad moral para mirar por encima del hombro a otros: no existe la verdad absoluta en la vida, tal cosa no existe, vive y deja vivir… ocupate de tus asuntos y dejad a la comunidad LGBT tranquila que ya tenemos bastante de lo que preocuparnos; servimos de modelos a seguir para nuestros hijos y el odio, da igual bajo que excusa, es malo. Yo me preocuparía en el mensaje de odio que le estoy inculcando a mis hijos si fuese tú. Y para aquellos que desean apoyar al grupo correcto, aqui está el vinculo

https://www.facebook.com/spikecls

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This entry was posted on February 11, 2012 by in assuming, assumptions, Ellen Degeneres, JC Penny, judge, judging, SPIKE CLEMENCEAU.

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