Thursday, December 23, 2010

My Evil Gay Agenda

Back when I first started this blog, it was 80% worth of “religious” topics and more about defending my stance on Christianity and the various beliefs within that one religion. The other argument of course, was about homosexuality vs. religion. I spent a lot of time defending myself, writing in bold and trying to convince people “I was right” - when in actuality, no one is “right” about a belief. Belief is faith. Faith is something you believe blindly in, or in my case, and many others, they have witnessed a spiritual experience. Call it “all your head” type of stuff, but as real as it was to me - it made my faith even greater. With that being said, my faith was now “knowledge” to me - I was quite strong and sometimes abrasive with my approach about sharing my views with other people of different faiths and/or those who lacked any faith whatsoever. I argued with Christian fundamentalists about homosexuality in the bible. Looking back now, it was totally pointless. There wasn't any learning experience other than realizing how bitter people can be when discussing religion. Go figure. I’ve had my most brutal fights over topics regarding “God”. ...Imagine that? Eventually, blogging in itself became tiresome and drained every ounce of energy I had. I became bitter. It almost came to the point of bashing antigay Christians and with their own bible being my weapon. There were people blogging about the “Christian lesbian being an oxymoron” and other things that were less than pleasant.

After a while, I took a long break and just focused on my relationship with God and tried pushing aside those who would tell me to either be a Christian, or denounce my religion and just be a lesbian. Why do I have to do either or? It didn’t make sense. God made me this way - and wow - He accepts me. But, that’s “my” belief. I can’t convince anybody, other than sharing my experiences with them. I’m not going to say, “You’re wrong” - I’m not going to tell them they’re not on the “right path” or “this is the TRUTH” - because what may be truth for me may not be truth for somebody else. I had a blogger who commented on my previous article.

A person that goes by the name of Celso had written: “The bible and Christianity do go against homosexuality much like it goes against many other things for no rational reason. You're prescribing to a religion that hates you, quite honestly. Why even bother with it? The woman is insane, clearly. But insane because of what her religion has taught her. The good thing is that society and people don't need to believe in the bible since it is nothing more than a man-made fallacy strung together by illiterates in the bronze age.”

Me: “There are so many people who interpret the bible differently. For Celso's comment - I believe in the bible, however, I also believe that what people interpret as "homosexual" is more on the lines about promiscuity, as it is also bad to have "pre-marital" sex ---but who has never had pre-marital sex before? It's much more than just "reading the bible" ---it's seeing through the lines and understanding it on a much deeper level than just text alone. Also, there are many scriptures that contradict one another (so it may seem) but there are many books written by many men back in that day, so it gets a bit dicey. Although the words may be inspired by God, yes it was written by man. This is why I think it's so important, that if you are a Christian/Catholic/Jewish, etc., that you have a "personal relationship" with God before even trying to comprehend the mess they wrote years and years ago. Even the various translations - NLV, KJV, NLT, etc., have the same scriptures 'sometimes' meaning different things to different people. It's kinda like a game of telephone. (OK, bad analogy!)”

Celso: “Actually god is a lot of things according to the bible. He's spiteful, vindictive, petty, narcissistic, violent, bigoted, oppressive, homophobic, sexist, etc, etc, etc. He's all about love but also kinda-sorta condones slavery, bride-price and human trafficking. Hmm. He's real great! I, for one, am thankful that there is zero proof to his existence.

It's very convenient to fall back on the good, hippie parts of the bible and completely not bother to acknowledge all the horrific things god condones and wants you to do in his name. I know most religious people have selective biblical memory but come on.

Deb, people have been leaning towards atheism (which is the fastest growing group in America) because people are getting better educations and distancing themselves from the spells and burning bushes of the bible. It's a puerile belief to think that god invented the world and loves every single person on it and actually cares about them.

In fact, it's ridiculous to believe any loving being is on our side when so many people, regardless of how devout or good, suffer tremendously. God clearly only loves people that grew up in industrialized nations. Even then, you better not be a minority.

Honestly, is it any wonder that deities always choose to show themselves to poor, bewildered and uneducated people? I often wonder why an intelligent god would choose to present himself (and son apparently) to illiterates in bronze age middle-eastern wastelands and not China which was much more advanced at that time.

I guess god is a populist.”

Me: "I totally understand where you’re coming from. Look at your very first comment where you said, 'The good thing is that society and people don't need to believe in the bible since it is nothing more than a man-made fallacy strung together by illiterates in the bronze age.' With that being said, then you have your choice not to believe in the bible or God, however there are some people who believe differently, for example me. I have had actual spiritual experiences that have led me to not only believe God loves all of us - but that He exists. The problem with “faith” alone is, the more intellectual one gets, the more science will debunk God. ----Now, since science and spirituality DO not mix, the less belief there is in the hereafter. But if God created science - which I happen to believe He did - then why on earth would He ever have us figure it all out? You gotta think about that. The bible has so many stories in it that have so many translations that it’ll nearly blow your mind. If you sit, pray and meditate before opening that big book of “wrathful things to come” ---you’ll see some amazing scriptures that will warm your heart. The book I published, “A Prayer Away From Healing” has many scriptures in it that I interpret for people who lack faith that want to know more about ‘what it all means’. 

In John 20:29 it says, “You believe because you have seen me. Blessed are those who haven’t seen me and believe anyway.”

I've visited your blog. You seem to be very angry at conservatives, Christians, etc. I'm guessing you've been burned by them like I have too. Understandable if that's the case. I respect your beliefs...or lack thereof.”

After that last comment, Celso decided to rebuttal in a very defensive way, calling me “foolish”, “tacky”, “spineless”, "scummy" and that it’s “all in my head”, as well as other angry responses that I chose not to release onto my blog. My thing is: I’m so done with arguing over religion with people. Feel free to share your views, thoughts, beliefs, whatever ---but if you’re looking to fight with me over faith, it’s not going to happen. I can only share what I believe - I can’t convince you and vise/versa. You can share your thoughts on why you think God doesn’t exist, but don’t call me “foolish”. Celso’s website is called, “Evil Gay Agenda”. Most of this blog is dedicated to their distaste in Christians or even people of their own community, as they viciously critiqued the entire cast of The A-List NY, which two cast members happen to be friends of ours, Ryan Nickulas & TJ Kelly. Every blog post of theirs has such a bitter theme to it. I don’t think there is one positive article in that entire blog.

While making his critiques on The A-List NY, he commented about Ryan Nichulas:

“Ryan is hairdresser/gold-digger who claims that, 'at any given day, you could come into my salon and sit next to Pamela Anderson, Isaac Mizrahi or even Rachael Ray.' So make sure to sit down on a clean towel and avoid exposed surfaces at all times! Ryan married a rich older guy, his 'Mr. Big,' to live out his delusion dream of being an over bleached Carrie Bradshaw. He definitely succeeds at coming off as a fictional, vacuous, one-dimensional character.”

Umm, can anyone say green-eyed monster?

For TJ Kelly, Celso writes: “The banal, token catty queen and most obnoxious person thus far. His presence in the show conveys that typical image of a boring, haggardly cunt of a gay man that revels with every insipidly trite comment he makes. His goal in the show is to be as outrageous as possible for maximum screen time.”

Wow. That’s an angry critique if I ever saw one.

In another unrelated article, Celso writes, “Religious people know little about their own religion and next to nothing about others. I cannot fathom ever joining an organization without knowing exactly what I was getting myself into. This study also highlights the salient point that Atheists are smarter. We are Atheists because we know about religion, not because we have a lack of it. And we are smarter because we sought out that information in the first place instead of blindly following silly religious doctrine like a cattle to slaughter. The only people lacking in knowledge seem to be the religious.”

Celso says he or she is “smarter” because they lack faith. Celso also stated that the only people who believe in God are those who are uneducated and poor. I guess he thinks our own president is stupid, and yes...poor too. After not posting Celso’s comments, he or she then decided to continue commenting, knowing I wouldn’t release it calling me a “coward” and other lovely gestures. I have to say that I can kind of relate to Celso. I’ve been there before. I have been burned by other Christian people in the past and it caused me to be super defensive with almost everything in my life. I was bitter and it showed. I would claim “Christianity” but somehow, I wasn’t showing it. I’m not perfect and I know I have a lot of work ahead of me, but this blogger, Celso reminds me of myself about seven years ago or so. I remember being that outraged over everything and consumed with bitterness. Although this blogger is not “religious” and yes, atheist, I pray that he or she has peace in their lives and hopefully, one day, they’ll realize that people they rant on and on about aren’t out to get them as much as they think. Peace comes from within first, and as a result, the peace ultimately shines through that person. 



Peace my friend!

23 comments:

Beth said...

It's tough being a lesbian and a christian. I grew up Southern Baptist and dating boys, until I feel for a girl my sr. year of h.s. We lasted a couple of years, but I was attending a baptist college and the whole gay/christian thing wasn't going so well for me. I then spent seven or so years in non-denom churches being mostly celibate and single. Then, thanks to chat rooms, I started talking with other lesbians and fell completely in love. That didn't work out, but I knew I could no longer deny being gay.

I spent many years very angry at all the christian friends who could no longer be friends with me. (It still hurts, but...)

It's taken me a decade to begin to talk with God again. This year my wife and I had a baby boy - and his birth has done more to move me closer to God than anything.

Like you, I have no desire to argue with anyone about any of it. God is big enough to open their eyes and hearts.

Merry Christmas!!

Xmichra said...

You know that you and I disagree with god and religion. But I think we've had a really fair, respectful blog-relationship.

So it comes from an honest, non-catty place, that I feel this post was your rebutal. Reading it, there is an air of you being the "bigger person". I don't agree with all that the other speaker said (I find lashing out to be one of the reasons athiests get a bad rep) but i do think that they pushed your buttons enough to make you post about how you don't try and push... but it feels like it is a push.

Personally, I think you have a really great perspective and I like to read what you have to say. And sometimes, you make me think about my own beleifs, which I think is really an asset of spiritual people. The questioning, undersanding and accepting is all part and parcel of feelings we have (or don't have).

I understand that sometimes you just have to air whatever feelings you have, and lay all the cards on the table. I think that this was one of those posts.

I also understand that this post is supposed to have a nature of closure about it , and I can't help but wonder what it is that you really want to take away from the post itself?

Just my take on it at any rate. i still think you rock Deb :) Just wondering if maybe after reading you have found more insight into your own feelings.

the walking man said...

All I can say then is if that being who created all has an actual hell for mortal men and being gay gets you there then I am going there too, not because I am gay but because I have a hell of lot more laughs with my gay friends than I do with my insecure, uptight, never been oppressed, starchy. heterosexual friends. And yes I love them as well, even in their heterosexual insecurities..

Atheists I have met a few and to be honest they were, at least them that I met, were more adamant in their belief structure than even the strictest wing of any religion. I find that sad that one would yoke themselves to a rigid moral principal that is nothing more than a ten ton weight around their neck when even in Atheism they can still find the same freedoms as every other soul on the planet. Atheism is as much a religion to them as any religion is to any adherent of a specific set of beliefs.

I personally know what I trust and that is where I WANT TO BE. With the creator. If someone can't wrap their head around that then they needs more learning. Not more derision or bullying because it will turn out they went through plenty of that in their youth.

Be Well my DEAR knucklehead friends there in NY.

Deb said...

For me, this was about the attack I had received through my comment sections from Celso. He or she decided that if I wasn't going to agree with them, that they would simply attack me, call me names and tell me that my religion was nothing more than insanity. So yes, this was a rebuttal, but more so, it was a message trying to state that I respect atheists and their lack of belief, I respect anyone of any religion, but before you come onto my blog & bash my beliefs, take a moment to think what you're doing first. With that being said, I feel sad for this person. The bitterness and outrage that someone (especially someone who is gay) would be a Christian. My religion or ---better yet---- my relationship with God is not "rigid" and it does not weigh on my shoulders at all, in fact, it frees me more than anything and I'm grateful I have that in my life. I just wish Celso was more content with his lack of faith as I am with my total faith. Also, I can definitely say that atheists are more "logical" in the sense of they have to see to believe - and that science is the only way that will prove God's existence. For myself, I know God exists - of course through faith and my own experiences - but as I respect somebody else's religion, I expect the same. Maybe that's too much to ask for?

Anyway, Happy Holidays & Happy New Year to everyone if I don't get to see you before then. :)
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Anonymous said...

Hey Deb,

It's Jimmy Jim from fb. Remember what we talked about not too long ago, about Christians who keep badgering gays & lesbians about sinning and how their entire focus and religion is dedicated to "curing" homosexuals? It's the same for this blogger you speak of. Do you think that maybe his many questions are due to his curiosity in Christianity? Just like some Christians are curious about homosexuality? Closet homos? I believe this blogger is a closet Christian. ;P

budh.aaah said...

Hey Deb, That was such a dignified, decent way of handling such an ugly torrent of emotions from celso.

How can he/she be so venomous against Ryan or anyone else? Does this person even know who they really are, where they coming from? Why is so much discontent, hatred and restlessness in Celso's soul. What ails him/her? This is what realy happens when we dont believe..To be able to believe is being able to be set free.

Dont believe in God but at least believe in ye celso..

Just_because_today said...

What you wrote years ago is where you were back then, no one stays in the same place. Right or wrong, we all feel a certain way at a certain time and then change over time.
A person may read and comment if they want and if they dont agree or like the writing, they can click away, same as we do with a newspaper column - turn the page.
There is no reason to attack a person because we disagree with them. The golden rule is one to keep in mind.

CP said...

Oh, Deb, Deb, Deb. I have been reading your blog since the day you opened the doors on this heathenistic blog! LOL You and I spent many LONG hours defending your beliefs, my beliefs and standing up for the homo's and shemo's of the world. You, as a diehard Christian lesbian and I, as a now monogamously married to a man reformed bisexual Jewess who will only reconsider her position if you or your wife are on my dinner plate. We fought vehemently, side by side, crusading for the right to love and let love. And, together, blog hand in blog hand, we battled the nay-sayers who said "God cannot love you! You are an abomination!" We prattled on for hours. We mocked! We goaded. We came, we saw, we conquered...we fucked some small-minded Christian ass up. And you know what?

We wasted a whole lot of fucking time. Not that it wasn't fun, mind you. Oh, indeed it was. We tittered like little girls at a slumber party. Silly, silly narrow minded people, we said. But really, in some ways...we were no different. Ultimately, through the years, you and I (and many others who became devout readers of both of our blogs) came to realize that there is NO right way to love. Ironically, there is no wrong way to love, either. There is just love. Love of your fellow man (however devoid of common sense he or she might be), love of your God and love of this life we have been gifted with.

So, most certainly, I could enter into a battle of wits with this unarmed Celso character, but why? Why do so, when we know all too well that God loves us. God embraces us. God does not see us as flawed individuals. (Well, maybe not you. But, being bisexual, he might regard me as a tad greedy. I'm certain He forgives me though as my God is a loving God.) All God asks is that we love Him, passionately, with the fire of a thousand burning bushes (no pun intended). Love Him with a fervor, in all His forms, in all His variations, in all His representations...no matter how reprehensible some of them might be.

And while I am of the opinion that Celso is a closeted homo, (because lets face it, you cannot be THAT obsessed with The A-List without having some want of the weenie tendencies), I will shower him with love, with patience, with praise for his convictions no matter how distorted or misguided they may be.

You, Debra...you are a beacon of light in a very dark and shallow world. But, you are living the dream. You are married to the person you love, penis or vagina be damned. And ultimately, God wants nothing more for His children than for them to find nirvana on this earth in their lifetime. You have found that in your wife. I have found that in my husband...and some risque pictures of you and Mad. ('Cause let's face it, dollbaby, a girl cannot live by penis alone.)

You are beautiful. You are pure of heart and soul. You are the very embodiment of Christ's teachings. And, since I am your token resident Jew, what I say goes...as I am one of the Chosen ones.

Continue to live and let live with patience, with honor and with your divinity, Deb. In the end, God will judge us on what we have said and done with our time here on earth. And ultimately, isn't that all that really matters?

Now, please. Can I have some updated nude photos of you and Mad? Mine are getting a little worn out from overuse and my husband is going out of town this week. It's GIRL time, Baby!

I love you from the bottom of my Louboutins all the way up to my Prada neckwear. I'd go all the way up to my hair...but until I can get an appointment with Ryan, (hook a fat bitch up, won't you?) that shit is just simply too jacked up to be a symbol of love and affection.

Yours in homo confusion and never ending love,

CP.

Celso said...

I take on fatuous Jewish beliefs as well, CP, so bring it. I can assure you I'm never unarmed ;)

Though I'm not certain this will get posted since Deb has taken to not publishing what I write even when it's completely non-confrontational and then begrudging that I'm being "disrespectful" so you may never get this but I would hope Deb would at least be fair about this comment. You did write an entire post about me after all.

CP, I'm not closeted; very out and proud actually. Both of being gay and being rational. Thanks for the swooping tidbit of perceived insight, though.

Celso said...

And by the way, I would like to know why you didn't publish that I wrote about you in my blog, Deb?

To the rest...eh...yes, I'm a jealous, hateful, bitter, angry atheist. Sure, why not. Those definitions are clearly logical conclusions for you guys.

Deb said...

Thanks for all your comments. For me, it's like a big waste of time, especially with someone who is gay but so hateful against anyone who has faith in a religion. But, I totally respect their views, as long as it's done without attacking or insulting anyone.

And Celso, as far as your question of why I didn't publish what you wrote------I linked your website. You should thank me for the traffic since you hardly have anyone commenting on there. But as far as keeping the debate going as you seem to want to do, I'm not entertaining it. You can comment all you want, and I will publish it, as long as you don't insult or attack. This is why I have comment moderation on. You attacked me, insulted me and even resorted to name calling. I have the right to moderate comments. I tried to make peace with you and deleted everything, even when I spoke about your judgmental views against Ryan & TJ on your blog - but you kept on and on... So I end it here...
Good luck in 2011 with that attitude.

Deb said...

Celso, and may I add another thing, seeing by my sitemeter, you have done your research on me and spent "HOURS" on my blog. May I suggest some sort of hobby other than me?

Celso said...

I do have to say it's quite hysterical that you claim i spent "hours" on your site which is neither true not even possible to see with blogspot statistics - good try though. You forget you're the one who not only went to my site first, then felt the need to post an entire blog about me. I'd look in a mirror, kettle.

Deb said...

This one was umm, only 40 minutes...LOL And page views of 17!!?? I can show you more of your visits, where you go, where you search and also, your ip address, how many minutes & hours you spend on my site all together. If you'd like me to retrieve those for you dear, I certainly will. You seem to have an odd fixation on me. I'm flattered. Glad you like my blog enough to live on it. Anyway, Happy New Year to you and...yours? I wish you happiness, health, love and less bitterness and jealousy. God bless! P.S. Try to be happy, it feels better. No, really. Enjoy your tracking results below. There are many more visits from you with lengthy time frames.

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la petite dévergondée said...

Can this guy get any more pathetic? It's funny how you caught him on your website for such a long period of time but he refuses to admit to it. I had a guy park on my site for days at a time harassing me with comments saying the most horrible things. These people have no lives and aside from that, if you look at their own blogs you'll see it's desolate. One of my stalkers went under the name anonymous so he was more cowardly than your stalker. Let this one go. This loser is not worth the hassle. He's not worth an entire blog post either!

Deb said...

Eh I just feel bad for him. His last comment that I refused to post---he was practically foaming at the mouth, from calling me "scummy" to other delightful compliments. I refuse to argue with irrational people who resort to name calling & childish banter. I'm pretty sure it's over... Thanks for stopping by!

Deb said...

Re: Last comment, had to block Celso due to him harassing me via comment section & email. That is one angry man.

Chris said...

The one thing I learned on my travels is that anyone in similar areas of interest, such as blogging in this case, will always find a level of contingency regarding their success in writing overall. Even my colleague caught the bug, though we became close friends, there was still an air of resentment over people who were more successful. Sad we can't all come together and help one another instead of tearing one another apart.

I'm happy to see you chose the higher road. Kudos!

Anonymous said...

Jimmy Jim from fb! Remember the quote you put on your page? "Don't be distracted by criticism. Remember -the only taste of success some people have is when they take a bite out of you." Perfect in this case!

I also wanted to tell you I'm holding a surprise party for my hubby on the 22nd at our place. Sent you an invite. :p

Deb said...

Chris, I find it interesting that even though on his newest post about me - yes his 2nd one - that he calls me a "time waster", yet he keeps on writing about me and also commenting back on this blog, which I receive as an email, to which I blocked. His vulgarity and "name calling" wasn't a challenge. I can only assume he has poor social skills. For the love of God, his blog only has 1 reader if any at all. As far as "success" ---I don't know what he does for a living, but if he blogs for a living, I'd be concerned.

Jimmy! Yes, we're coming! I just received your invite, thank you. :) You know something, that quote wasn't meant for him, however this is how I feel... I think Celso is so so so so so obsessed with religious people and Christianity alone - and more so, his need for people to "prove it prove it prove it" --only shows me that he is most likely a closet Christian and possibly scared to admit to it, due to people calling it "insane" or "seeing is believing and if you have faith in God you're crazy" type of scenarios.

I initially went onto his blog to comment about Ryan Nickulas and TJ Kelly, telling him not to be so quick to judge just because of a TV show and that I had personally met them and they were very nice and not what he described them as. (At least in my opinion.) After that, he came onto my blog ranting about how "absurd" my faith in God is. Well, so be it. If that's the way you think, then that's your thing. I respect that and I have told him that numerous time. Each time I said it, he would attack me and call me vulgar names - practically foamed at the mouth.

Since he blogged yet another post about me, I hope he does get the needed traffic because all of his mindless rants are boring and the entire blog is desolate. We'll let the tumbleweeds flow through that site.

And yes, he IS obsessed. He will not stop harassing me. Harassing someone is continually sending messages on and on with vulgarity and malicious behavior.

So YES Celso, you are harassing me, but thankfully, I cannot see them any longer since I have blocked you.

Peace! :)

Deb said...

You know something, Chris and Jim, maybe he is riding other people's coattails - this post proves it: http://www.evilgayagenda.com/2010/11/fluff-pieces.html

He's only looking to generate some hits for his site by tagging names that are more successful than his own.

Sad.

may14muslima said...

Yes, our faith in religion is different, but we understand much more on a higher level, a level to which this outraged man with no spiritual guidance at all has sought out conflict on you. Those who mock religious beliefs and focus with all their heart on one particular sect or in this case, person, needs guidance or better yet is searching for guidance. He sounds lost and may his spiritual path be revealed to him as it was for me. You will never win an argument with someone who holds so much negativity in their hearts. It will only become worse and grow uglier. Seek peace from within so you can give peace to others. I hope he finds it. His blog sounds like a cry for help, nothing but negativity and rage. The mind, body and soul need to be at peace.

Blessings to you. Keep writing from your heart and your faith in your God. Never let anybody take that away from you. You provide positive messages with a piece of yourself in there. Vulnerability is only for strong people.

Deb said...

Thank you, May. I do write from my heart but when the heartless come onboard to rain on my parade, sometimes you have to wonder about their "evil agenda". His title is right on the money. But so far, he's my biggest fan. My BlackBerry can't handle anymore love notes from him.

I've never had such a persistent "fan". I'm truly flattered. These messages are all stemmed by either the comment section & replies through my BlackBerry asking him to please end it.

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[Let Me Go On and On!] New comment on Pray Your Gay Away!.
12/22/2010 7:30 pm
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[Let Me Go On and On!] New comment on Pray Your Gay Away!.
12/22/2010 7:28 pm
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[Let Me Go On and On!] New comment on Pray Your Gay Away!.
12/22/2010 7:19 pm
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[Let Me Go On and On!] New comment on Pray Your Gay Away!.
12/22/2010 5:21 pm
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[Let Me Go On and On!] New comment on Pray Your Gay Away!.
12/19/2010 6:29 pm
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Scary part is, there is a lot more on my BlackBerry. This is a small part of his persistence to either comment (harass with vulgarity) or send me messages to taunt me. So now that he is blocked, it's been quiet. I hope he gets a real legit comment, rather than talking to himself.