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São Paulo, Brazil Votes To Celebrate “Hetrosexual Pride Day”

Last June the evangelical leaders of São Paulo, Brazil frustrated that they were not able to stop the city’s gay pride parade suggested the city celebrate a “Heterosexual Pride” day, or “Orgulho Hetero”  to “raise awareness and encourage the public to safeguard morals and good customs.”

On Tuesday the Municipality of São Paulo approved the bill 294/2005,  establishing in the town, the Straight Pride Day.  The bill now depends on the approval of  Mayor of São Paulo, Gilberto Kassab, to become law

Councilman Carlos Apolinario who backed the bill for the evangelical leaders said the bill is not against the gay community. “Faço um apelo pelo respeito à figura humana dos gays”, afirmou. “I appeal for respect for the gay human figure,” he said.  Apolinario said the project was a way to speak out against “excesses and privileges” that the gay community gets.

How wonderful that straight people in Brazil can finally have this one day of high visibility, where they can show each other there are many others just like them. They can be proud of who they are and persevere so that one day they will have all the same rights afforded to gay people.

Brazil now joins the United States which already celebrates 363 Straight Pride days a year which culminate to climax on Super Bowl Sunday’.

It’s Official! Robert Pattinson Goes IN! – "I’m NOT Gay."

Not that I really care one way or the other but Pattinson told the Sunday Times:

“Over the past 18 months, the actor has been linked to countless models and actresses, and recently appeared to confirm the rumours that he was dating Stewart, but then mysteriously claimed that he was ‘allergic to vagina’. Er, what was that about? Is he dating Stewart then? Or is he, in fact, gay? I heard his two older sisters used to dress him up and call him Claudia when he was a boy. Actually, he’s ‘straight’, he says. He found the male-on-male sex scenes he had to perform in a film, Little Ashes, last year ‘strange. I played Salvador Dali. We were both straight, but he was Spanish, so much more confident about being naked and stuff, although when it comes down to it, it’s just as awkward with a girl, especially if you are straight and with a girl you don’t like… Anyway, Javier was really cool. After we had been pretending to have sex on this balcony in Barcelona, he was like, ‘We have such a strange job…’'”

God, even his frantic pronouncements of his heterosexuality are boring.