Wow, guess we can't please everyone at WOGP, I just looked at our messages and only one person who stated they were heterosexual complained about the 'Alien' picture with a vagina post threatened to un-like our page.
The women by the name of Loretta stated if we didn't remove the image over the claim of 'Heterophobia' and also being very sexist attitude she was claiming the post to be she meaning Loretta would threaten to un-like our page.
hi. I used to like you guys. Now I'm unliking you because you shared Ivan Jerak's post with this comment: "Gross, and LOL at the same..." Can you not see that this is a sexist heterophobic attitude? By sharing this post you just sounded like all of those homophobic idiots who "don't mind if someone's gay" but they "don't want to see them kissing right in front of me"
rant over and sorry to say goodbye
Source Japan Today: Japanese actress Akane Sugimori (R) and her partner Ayaka Ichinose, both dressed in white, pose together at a press conference after their marriage ceremony in Tokyo on Sunday.
TOKYO - A lesbian couple held a symbolic wedding ceremony in Tokyo on Sunday, as calls grow for Japan to legalise same-sex marriage.
While their marriage will not be recognised under law, actresses Ayaka Ichinose, 34, and Akane Sugimori, 28—both dressed in white—tied the knot in front of some 80 relatives and friends.
“We held the wedding ceremony so that it might become easier for others to do the same in the future,” Sugimori told press after the ceremony in Shinjuku Ward’s Kabukicho.
She added that the couple will try to register their marriage with the municipal office, but expect their application to be rejected.
Last month, Shibuya Ward voted to issue “partnership” certificates to gay couples, the first such recognition of same-sex unions in Japan. Other municipalities are now considering doing the same.
The certificate will carry only symbolic significance, since the Japanese constitution identifies marriage as a union based on mutual consent of the parties from “both sexes”.
While Japan is largely tolerant of homosexuality, there is no specific legal protection for gay people, who complain that they may be prevented from visiting sick loved ones in hospitals or may be refused a tenancy because their relationship is not recognised.
We at WOGP just found this interesting insight and view from the Sea Shepherd foundations creator Captain Paul Watson in which he's done an interesting insight of Alan Turing growing up gay and being an atheist and also being the father of modern computer science and the development of artificial intelligence.
So here is Captain Paul Watson's story and views below or (just after the Jump) -
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