Friday, 29 June 2018

A Promise to Our Friends and Allies

Well, another annual TRANSLESBIGAYAPALOOZA blogfest comes to an end with this post. Thank you, everyone, for reading and commenting all month long in such a supportive and enlightened manner.

And guess what! I have GOOD NEWS for all you friends and allies who have supported the LGBTQ+ community so well over the last few years.


After nearly a decade of the LGBTQ+ community being DISPLACED as the Anti-Christ, WE'RE BACK ON TOP, BABY!


But don't worry! If a natural disaster threatens your city, we'll be there to STOP IT! How, you ask? BEHOLD!


And yes, our Magic Rainbow Shield™ works on ANY kind of natural disaster!


The Magic Rainbow Shield™ is our UMBRELLA OF PROTECTION and we're only too happy to share it with our FRIENDS and ALLIES!


You're welcome!

41 comments:

Lynn said...

That last shot is so awesome.

jaz@octoberfarm said...

not a good time to be gay in america. i never thought i would have to write that line. and is it just me or does jeff sessions look little light in the loafers?

Elsie Amata said...

How timely! We had severe storms moving through all week. Last week I was able to capture the proof of that protection by snapping a shot of a double rainbow over our house. No wonder we felt so safe during those storm warnings.

On a more serious note, I hope you don't mind, I'm snagging your support badge for my blog. I'd like to display in honor of my aunts. They rocked.

Elsie

DEZMOND said...

I refuse to be on the same list with that verified Hitler Osama Barack!

Bob Slatten said...

I, to, love the last one.

Sadly, that list is one I'd like to be left off of for a change, though that appears doubtful these days.

Happy Pride!

mxtodis123 said...

Those evangalistic christians (can't even capitalize it) need to take a good look at their fuhrer. Have they not read Revelation? Beware of the false prophet? I was living in Manhattan during the times when gays were fighting for their rights here. Wasn't good times for anyone. Afraid America is headed back there now.

Marie Smith said...

Lol. The month went so quickly Debra. The last one is perfect.

Mitchell is Moving said...

I LOVE that Brooklyn Bridge art! And, oh Debra... From your mouth to the Goddess's ears!

Susan said...

Wonderful month of posts, ending with an even wonderful-er post! Thank you for treating such an important subject with humor. We need humor in these dark times.

MrsDuncanMahogany said...

Its been a fun month of smiles and laughter! Shields are up! :)

Bob Johns said...

Happy Pride! I'm going to snag that top picture and put it on my blog when I get a chance.

mistress maddie said...

A fun lovely month as always Debs. You always do a nice job. Let's celebrate one last weekend.

Kirk said...

Happy Pride Month. It's been great coming here.

Sooo-this-is-me said...

It's ironic how countries that embrace the LGBTQ community, usually do well and are nice countries to live in. While the ones that don't embrace the community.... seem cursed. Someone in the evangelical church must be getting their signals mixed up.

Lois Reaume said...

Happy, happy Pride Month! I have been reading to catch up... I have a new blog, freshly begun please visit me - this is Lois - and I am beginning to post about my trip to Portugal! All my jumbled thoughts finally becoming words. Have a great long weekend, I just found out the ogre will be letting us leave the office at 3pm, and home to the heat wave that is Hamilton this weekend.
http://lamunfiltered.blogspot.com/2018/06/the-vault-or-i-travel-with-my-money-in.html

^.^ said...

No body likes storms but every body likes rain bows, friend D … Ya … Love, cat.

Rosemary said...

Send your Magic Rainbow Shield over here - we have a forest fire in Manchester that has been burning for the last four days - believe it or not but we have a heatwave!

Joanne Noragon said...

Thank you.

Leeanna Henderson said...

I love these. Thank you for a lovely month, darlin.

Connie in Hartwood said...

I will never think of rainbows the same way ever again. Magic Rainbow Shield. I love it.

Ol'Buzzard said...

Appreciate the protection. Will try to reciprocate.
the Ol'Buzzard

lady M said...

When are the atheist like myself gonna get a little credit for natural disasters?

e said...

Happy Pride, Debra! Really enjoyed Translesbigayapalooza, as always!!!
We are awesome!

bj said...

As I've mentioned before, most of the time during these gay posts, I am never sure what everyone is talking about...but I did learn here that the whole month of June was to honor gays....all your images here are funny and I do love the rainbows.

Adam said...

Watch out for the gay communist hippie Obama rocking with a guitar, aztec costume, and blunt

Magic Love Crow said...

I love your Magic Rainbow Shield!!!!
(Guess what?? You won! Let me know which bag you would like!)
Big Hugs!

Martha said...

It's over already? It passes much too quickly! Thank you for another amazing month about an extremely important issue. Onward and upward...

Missy George said...

Love the rainbow...and THANKS

anne marie in philly said...

and yet once again our fucking guvmint refused to acknowledge that gay people exist (smh). gotta keep on fighting the powers that be with rainbows!

laurie said...

that rainbow shield is amazing!!!!

Magaly Guerrero said...

Thank you sooo much, Debra. I always wondered why most of the bullshit people through my way continues to ricochet. Now I know! It's so good to be under gay protection.

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

We all need that shield this year so Thankyou!

Guillaume said...

I'm sure we atheists are hated more than you by Evangelical Christians. I guess a gay Black atheist would be their worst nightmare.

JACKIESUE said...

love the last one the most

Birdie said...

Causes of natural disasters is hilarious. I guess they will take Trump over the gays. It’s a weird fuckimg world we live in.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

We were supposed to wear white for the last protest gathering. I rebelled. Straight Whities are the cause of all this country's (and perhaps the world's) problems. I wore my tie dye rainbow shirt. My bestie did too. Love this post.

Fundy Blue said...

I'll take your rainbow protection anytime. Awesome photos! I've enjoyed your month long run, Debra! Lots of laughs, lots of insight. Thank you!

The Happy Whisk said...

Gays use their magic. I LOVE THAT!

Ramzu Zahini said...

I do have the rainbow umbrella...

But never use any kind of umbrellas myself as i am waterproof! Hahaha!

Professor Chaos said...

Could you guys aim your next natural disaster at the White House?
Thanks.

Hula La said...

Totally diggin' the MAGIC RAINBOW SHIELD! And, I too have that great big rainbow umbrella. Ha...who doesn't love a good rainbow??? You rock, Debra!