Which countries are the most LGBT friendly.
Which countries are the most LGBT friendly.
Which countries are the most LGBT friendly.
Hominum for Men will be manning a table at New West Pride, Aug 13th. 2022
If you would like to volunteer, click on the “Contact Us’ and call us, send a email or use the form
New West Pride Homepage
Sounds like it could be a fun day. We are not too old for face painting are we?
I often hear that events/parades are passe. Human rights have come so far AND THEN you get a guy like this. Minister Bernard Wright and his followers.
A man of god spewing forth bullshit, lies, racism and ignorance.
And educators getting elected to School Boards that support continued ignorance.
And some even get elected as MPs, MLAs, Senators and Governors.
Sometimes I think the world is going backwards
BTW the Asian candidate this clown disses with no life experience:
Ty Penserga, Commissioner of the City of Boynton Beach, is a lifelong Floridian, scientist, and educator.
Vice Mayor Penserga graduated from Temple University, Philadelphia where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Biology. While in college, he served as Senator representing the College of Science to Temple’s Student Government. He received the prestigious Diamond Award for his leadership, community service, and the creation of a longitudinal mentoring pipeline to uplift underprivileged teens. Prior to being elected, Penserga returned to Palm Beach County to work as a high school teacher, teaching both Chemistry and Biology to hundreds of students. He later attended Florida Atlantic University to earn his Master’s degree in Integrative Biology, and is currently working to complete his PhD in Neuroscience.
Seems the only one with no life experience is this red necked hick.
Finally its illegal, as of Dec 8, 2021
Adelaide United player targeted in game at Melbourne Victory Cavallo says those who abused him should be held accountable
Josh Cavallo during the game at AAMI Park. He wrote on Instagram that he received homophobic abuse from crowd members at the stadium on Saturday night.
Josh Cavallo, who last year became the only openly gay professional top flight men’s footballer in the world, says he has “no words” to describe his disappointment at being targeted by homophobic abuse during an A-League Men game over the weekend.
The Adelaide United player came on as a second-half substitute during the Reds’ away game at Melbourne Victory on Saturday night and said afterwards that he had received abuse from the crowd at AAMI Park. Continue reading “‘NO WORDS’: GAY AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLER JOSH CAVALLO CALLS OUT HOMOPHOBIC CROWD ABUSE 1/8/22 | THE GUARDIAN – Mike Hytner”
Dear HOMINUM friends. Here is my report to this year’s AGM.
Fellow Hominum attendees……Here I am attempting to do a Chairman’s report after 12 months …..where has the time gone? When I reflect on the year, I personally feel it has been a slow, but steady growth and the best is yet to come.
Perhaps the most significant has been the teaming with Health Initiatives for Men (HIM) in sponsoring an 8 week personal growth program “Moving Forward”. Thank you all for your input! The outcome of that program brought a new awareness of Hominum and we are pleased and happy to welcome a number of new members from that group who continue their journey. We maintain that invaluable association with HIM and hope for another similar program in the forthcoming months.
In June, a Think Tank Committee met and brought forward a number of changes/improvements in our meeting format. Without doubt, the most significant recommendation which is being actioned at the moment is the revision of our website. It is my hope that each of you has had your thinking cap on and will have input in this evening’s discussion of the future direction of Hominum which will be considered by the Board and that accepted, incorporated in the website.
On two occasions during the year we adopted housekeeping initiatives which are being followed in our meeting routines. We have had a steady increase in attendance at Monday meetings over the year. Our discussions have been lively and our vibrant guest speakers brought an abundance of information to the forefront. We have introduced two new promotional tools….a bookmark and a postcard which were distributed at gay pride festivities in Vancouver, Surrey and New West and currently being placed in appropriate locations frequented by gay men. While it is difficult to measure the value of our attendance at Gay Pride events, it is of utmost importance that we are visible and have a presence. It is my hope that we continue with our attendance at such events and widen our scope of participation in other such sponsored appropriate events around town.
The year has had its challenges, but what is achievable without its detours and constant dedication to a goal? I thank you for your co-operation and input…..Hominum is YOU and I together working toward a better life for those following in our footsteps and as another year approaches I see a thrust in our efforts to bring more awareness of Hominum offering that which we continue to believe in…….our credo!
Happy Fall and Halloween…..
As I gaze out my window the maple trees in view are being painted by Jack Frost, and appear a more vibrant red each morning. may be a tad early to say Happy Halloween, but it is time to think of that costume for our Annual General Meeting on Oct. 29th. I rescued mine the other day and will air it for the next few weeks while I will be away….could not have anyone be overcome with the aroma of moth balls. the fun……I hear there will be a prize for the best costume voted by those in attendance!
You have read we are working on a revised Hominum website….the cost of which will be covered by our appeal for anonymous donations from members and friends of Hominum. ask for your support…. any donation, no matter how big or how small, is appreciated. would like to have your suggestions for input of content……perhaps you have seen something you favored in another site and found particularly useful which in some way might be applicable to our site.
Each and every member and friend of Hominum is welcome to contribute to the overall content of our support group. , our organizer of Monday meetings would very much appreciate any idea of topics you would like to see covered. speakers are always appropriate and if you know of someone, please pass the name along to George. course, we are always looking for hosts and offers are very much appreciated.
Have a good month and we look forward to seeing YOU on October 29th….
I don’t know about you, but there are different times of the year when I more or less do an assessment of my personal life …..one is definitely just before the New Year, another is with the change of the Seasons, and in particular the beginning of September which is upon us all too quickly at the moment. What new and exciting should I bring into my life this Fall? I’ve been searching and assessing, but no decisions. They will come at some unexpected moment.
We have our Gay Pride events behind us for the season – Vancouver Pride, New West Pride, Surrey Pride, our Annual Summer Salmon B’Q. Thank you to everyone who actively participated and a vote of thanks to those, who once again hosted our B’Q for the 15th time. Last evening was the wind up of the Gay Film Festival and if you have not attended, seriously you have missed out big time.
Attendance at our Monday meetings continues to expand…..the more, the merrier!
Till, next month, Happy September.
Time to say hello once again and what should be my main thrust in this message?
I can think of nothing more appropriate at the moment than Gay Pride. Just what is Gay Pride? In the most simplistic form I see it as being happy and content with what and who you are as a gay and taking pride in that fact.
I’ve done a bit of research;
As a noun….a sense of dignity and satisfaction in connection with the public acknowledgment of one’s own homosexuality;
Is the positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to promote their self-affirmation, equality rights, increase their visibility as a social group, build community and celebrate sexual diversity and gender variance;
Pride, as opposed to shame and social stigma, is the predominant outlook that bolsters most GLBT rights movements throughout the world;
A political movement that began in the U.S. and encourages gay people to be open to the fact that they are gay and to be proud of themselves; (from adictionary of contemporary English).
I firmly believe the latter, the more elegant, is perhaps the all- encompassing factor for me.
We should all take pride in anything which we do bearing in mind any- thing worth doing is worth doing well.
A job well done regardless how small a task it might be is a credit to the individual. I’m not sure individ- uals think much about the word “pride” in their day to day life…..give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done. You will be surprised how it will boost your morale and self-confidence.