What is the Gay Agenda?

While back, I noticed that #FearTheGayAgenda was trending on Twitter. Now, it’s not what you think it means. It isn’t a bunch of closed-minded conservatism-loving republicans fearing for their heterosexual minds on whether we are storming their schools and homes like the capitol building so that we can convert their children and/or their spouses. It was a sporting event but, in fact, the gayest sporting event besides football – professional wrestling.

But this got me thinking, what is the actual gay agenda? Because no one asked for it, and I’m a registered and card-carrying member, I thought I would share with you what is the gay agenda. You don’t need to hide your kids, your husband, and/or your wives. We aren’t looking to snatch people up.

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The Gay Agenda

I’m about to blow your mind with this. Are you ready? The gay agenda is nothing more than to be able to exist the same way as heterosexuals. That’s it. That is, in fact, the gay agenda. The gay agenda is to live in a world where you don’t have to worry about someone deciding if you deserve rights just because you aren’t “like them.” Or random strangers calling slurs out at you because they find you and who you love to be “wrong.” The gay agenda is literally just anyone LGBTQ+ being able to go out into the world without fear.

Society, at some point, has made the world into a heteronormative world. My guess: Someone caught their lover, who was gay, and decreed that it’s “immortal” to sleep with someone who happens to be the same gender as you. To make it sound more powerful, they took the word of The Bible and made linked it to their cause. Sound familiar? It’s because it’s still going on today—people just the Bible to cover up their prejudice all the time.

People try using God and his word to put fear into people. That’s one thing that hasn’t changed. Julius Caesar could bang Brutus, and that was totally fine. You try to hold hands with the person you are dating the same gender as you down the street. You could get slurs thrown at you, or worse, you could actually get gay-bashed. It’s even worse if you are trans or non-binary. They could end up dead. While society has gotten better, it’s still has a long way to go.

So what helps the gay agenda progress?

Representation, tolerance, and acceptance. The more you see LGBTQ+ more in the media, the more it helps make LGBTQ+ people seem “normal.” The heteros might not want to see it, but it’s needed. This is how I look at it: Do I want to see all the heteros making out all the time? No. So you can suck it up for the minimal amount of “homosexuals” that you’ll have to deal with while I’ll have to watch you 95% of the content made towards the heteros. The media that we consume is that much hetero.

The best part of having representation? Eventually, you won’t give a shit if two guys are making out on your screen because it will be just normal for everyone to see. The benefit of it is just a normal thing: more acceptance and less hate. That’s all the gay agenda—more acceptance. We can’t stop being gay just as much as the heteros can’t stop being hetero. Everyone wants to be accepted, and frankly, everyone should.

DaBaby wouldn’t have been made those comments if we had more representation because that creates more understanding and acceptance. Are you starting to understand the agenda more? Granted, you still have ignorance and idiots in the world. But at least it wouldn’t be as common or slightly socially acceptable. While most people are more mindful of things, we still have prevalent homophobia and transphobia.

It’s not your job to understand why. It’s your job to be supportive

Like, I just recently got called a faggot by a random person that I didn’t know. Why, you may ask? They didn’t like the help I gave them, and they saw the LGBTQ+ pride necklace that I wear. Tell me how that’s okay. Why is it okay for hetero couples to have sex on your tv but not for LGBTQ+? Tell me why it’s okay for people to get berated for identity as male but wanting to wear nail polish. Why it’s okay for people to belittle people who don’t identify as male or female and want to use they/them pronouns? Tell me why it’s okay for trans people to be called by their dead names and the wrong gender. Spoiler: It’s not.

Using “children” and “the Bible” as a crutch to support your answers to those questions, then you are massively part of the problem. It’s also just horrible. Why do you care so much about what others want to do with their lives? As long as it’s not hurting anyone or anything, let people live their life. Life is too short for you to be sitting at home angry that the gay agenda is being spread when it has no impact on your rights, life, safety, or well-being.

Hopefully, this has helped you get a better grasp of the gay agenda and what it actually means. If you would like to help spread the gay agenda, it’s easy to do and you don’t have to be gay. Support equal rights, donate if you are to organizations like GLAAD or the Human Rights Campaign, and just be a supportive ally. That’s it.

“What I preach is: People fall in love with people, not gender, not looks, not whatever. What I’m in love with exists on almost a spiritual level.”

Miley Cyrus

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Spotted: ‘Gossip Girl’ has returned!

Your One And Only Source Into The Scandalous Lives Of Manhattan’s Elite has returned.

Uh oh! It looks like the Upper East Side needs to be careful. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorn. Especially if that woman leaked everyone’s dirty little secrets. Gossip Girl is back on the Upper East Side, and she has to make up for the lost time.

Since July 2019, the world has been patiently waiting to see what will be of this new “Gossip Girl” will bring us. And on July 8th, it premiered to the joy of everyone who used to watch the original. While no one of the original characters will make an appearance, yet, it still left us all asking one question: Who will be the new Chuck Bass?

Let’s be honest: Everyone wanted Chuck Bass. Chuck Bass wanted Chuck Bass. It was all about that Bass. Who didn’t love Chuck Bass? Luckily for us, it seems like it answered that question in the first episode.

“Gossip Girl” is the sequel series of the 2007-2012 series that aired on the CW. It’s produced by the same team that did the original series. Still taking place in the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, the new series sees the rebirth of the former website turned Instagram account and the new generation dealing with her wrath and quick witty posts that expose their secrets. It takes place in the same universe as the original series with nine years passing from present-day in the series and series finale of the original series.

Kristen Bell (“Veronica Mars“) returns as the show narrator, aka Gossip Girl. The show’s main cast is more diverse as they are more LGBTQ+, aka gayer and less white. The cast itself is more of a newer cast with some bigger names in being Thomas Doherty (“Descendants 2“), Eli Brown (“Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists”), Whitney Peak (“The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina“), and famous actress and magazine editor Tavi Gevinson. It’s still a super attractive cast and they work really well together for a newer cast.


Now, I’m going to try to keep this spoiler-free as possible. The first episode of the new series does an excellent job of setting the stakes of what made the lead to the return of Gossip Girl, the impact that she had on the original series, and what happened after her disappearance following the reveal that Dan Humphrey, aka Lonely Boy, was the creator of the blog. Unlike the original series, they don’t tease who is behind the account. We know who is behind the new account within the first act of the first episode. It’s a little weird, and the setup I wasn’t a huge fan of just because it was weird. Like, I get why they did it, but it was just not something that I liked.

Also, I didn’t particularly appreciate how there’s not really any mystery behind who is running the account. That was kind of what made the original series good. You didn’t know who was behind the account, which added a little mystery to the drama. A little ridiculous at times but still good. As I said, I just wasn’t a fan of that and I’m not sure how it will work past one season. Though I am curious if they and how they will continue this on.

“I’ve been so good for so long, it’s time for me to be bad.”

The two new Queens of Constance Billard School for Girls

Now the series really starts to pick up after the iconic return of Gossip Girl. She remains to be “That Bitch.” The kids attend the same schools that the OG characters attended. They aren’t as likable as the original characters, but they are still good, and I hope we get to know them more. The first season is only 12 episodes, so sometimes you don’t get a lot of character, don’t get characterization, if any.

We do get a lot of setup for the storylines of “Gossip Girl.” They are callbacks to the original series but more of a twist to them. We have a sibling rivalry that will literally set the Upper East Side on fire, a love triangle, and a bi-curious love triangle that seems like they want to share. I get Netflix teen drama series “Elite” vibes from this show, and I’m here for it. The series is rated TV-MA so it’s more raunchy and risque. This isn’t your “Gossip Girl.” There isn’t any nudity yet, but there is a lot of implied sex scenes. Like it’s to the point where you know what’s happening because it’s very obvious.

“Destiny is for losers. It’s just a stupid excuse to wait for things to happen instead of making them happen.”

Like most reboot/sequel series, you can’t help but compare the new characters to the original, and this one is no different. In fact, it seems like “Gossip Girl” wants you to compare. She won’t judge you for that. The most blatant one is Doherty’s character of Max Wolfe. I got big Chuck Bass vibes from him, and I’m here for it. I would go as far as to say he’s the Chuck Bass that we wanted in the series. A self-obsessed total manwhore that screws everyone. I hope he has a similar arc to Chuck. But there will always and forever be one Chuck Bass.

Instead of the parents being considered main characters, like in the original, it appears that the teachers will take that role in the series. Frankly, I’m not sure what to think about this. So far, I don’t like the teachers and frankly, they are needed to tell the story. They are kind of set up to where we are supposed to feel bad for the teachers and in all actuality, we don’t we just hate them. Hopefully, something happens with them. We also find out their true objectives within the first two acts of the episode. So it’s truly up in the air with what will happen with them.

Final Thoughts

Based on the first episode, the 2021 sequel series “Gossip Girl” is a great continuation of the iconic late 2000s show it’s based on. Like most first episodes, it starts off slow before finding its footing. This is exasperated because it’s trying to set up the universe for a new audience while also trying to find a happy medium between continuation and reboot. It’s a good start, and as a long-time Gossip Girl lover, I enjoyed the series once the return of the infamous blogger now turned influencer returned.

Whether you are a new watcher of “Gossip Girl” or you watched the original, I highly recommend you check out the sequel series. You don’t need any prior knowledge to understand or get the plot, like stated above, they get you caught up. I do though strongly recommend watching the original “Gossip Girl” because it’s a time machine of that era and frankly, it’s everything.

You can watch both the new “Gossip Girl” and the original “Gossip Girl” on HBO Max. New Episodes premiere every Thursday.

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Flashback: Miley Cyrus still ‘Can’t Be Tamed’

2010 was a weird era in the Disney Channel world. It was when the golden age began to slowly leave their mouse overlord for bigger and better things. Demi Lovato announced that she would be leaving “Sonny with a Chance” before rehab in 2011. Oh, She gifted us the iconic album “Here We Go Again” as well. The Jonas Brothers did “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” with Demi before “being in between projects” and their first hiatus in 2011. Selena Gomez was last to leave the mouse as “Wizards of Waverly Place” was just getting started with its success.

Miley Cyrus, the 2010s Disney queen, finished production on the final season of “Hannah Montana.” Miley also donned bird wings and hopped in a birdcage to proclaim that she “couldn’t be tamed.” It’s time to unlock the birdcage and revisit the start of Miley’s maturing image and become the artist we know today.

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I wanna be a part of something I don’t know

Miley from “Can’t Be Tamed” video

“Can’t Be Tamed” is Miley’s third studio album. It also was her final album released on Disney’s label Hollywood Records. Released on June 18, 2010, “Can’t Be Tamed” was produced by Rock Mafia and John Shanks. You’ve heard Rock Mafia’s music before as, like Jason Derulo, they feel the need to have the artist on their song spell out or say their name at the beginning of the song. Rock Mafia was exclusive to Disney Channel and their Hollywood Records label.

The album was a departure from Miley’s previous works, which were more pop-rock. It has more of a dance-pop vibe to it. This would be Miley’s start experimenting with her sound that would continue on with follows up albums. The album has a common theme: being free of expectations and being yourself. Not being tamed by anyone or anything. “Can’t Be Tamed” was the start of Miley’s more mature image, similar to what Britney Spears did with her third album “Britney.” Essentially, an artistry makeover into adulthood.


There are only two singles from this album. The titular track and “Who Owns My Heart.” While we know that “Can’t Be Tamed” is the stand-out from the album, “Who Owns My Heart” wasn’t the best second single that they could have used to promote the album. Now, I’m not a big fan of having the singles next to each other on the tracklist, especially when they are at the beginning of the album.

“Who Owns My Hearts” is a good song, but it doesn’t carry on the tone that the first single gives you. Personally, I would like liked “Robot” to have been the second single in hindsight. I would have probably help with the promotion. Also, it’s just a better song. Her vocals on it aren’t overly autotuned. It also carries the theme of not being controlled better.

The album

The album itself isn’t bad, but it’s not her best work when it comes to coherent sound. While it’s a dance-pop album, just a few songs just don’t fit in with the album. They aren’t necessarily bad songs, but they just feel out of place. I’m all for Miley singing ballads, and every album needs to have some of them. This album has about 4 of them, including a cover of “Every Rose has Its Thorns” by 80s rock band Poison. The cover isn’t the greatest thing in the world but breaks up the three dance-pop songs. After “Two More Lonely People,” it just turns into a mess when it comes to pacing.

If there was a better flow of the tracks, then it wouldn’t be so bad. It just felt like they gave up trying to tell a story with the album after “Two More Lonely People” and just threw the songs together. This would be the same with the production as well. There’s just way too much production on Miley and her vocals at points. Miley’s vocals don’t need to have autotune on them. You don’t need to have autotune to have dance-pop. “Permanent December” is the perfect example of this. It’s not a good song, and the autotune and the production on it just sounds like a poor attempt to recreate Kesha’s hit 2010 song “Tik Tok.” This album was really all over the place and not in a good way.

The Verdict

“Can’t Be Tamed” didn’t age well for me at all. I remember liking it when it first came out. I have fond memories of listening to it on my iPod in my room, but it just doesn’t hit the same 11 years later. The dance-pop songs are all classics and amazing to re-listen to. It’s the ballads and poor decisions for the placement of songs and productions that make me not want to re-listen the entire album again. Besides the first single, “Can’t Be Tamed,” I highly recommend checking “Two More Lonely People,” “Robot,” and “My Heart Beats for Love.” “Stay” and “My Heart Beats for Love” are the best ballads off this album. If there were only two ballads, then this album would have been way better.

While my feelings have changed for the album, this is still an iconic album and it really helped Miley find out who she is. Without this, we wouldn’t have gotten her next studio album “Bangerz” or even her latest release “Plastic Hearts.” I highly recommend checking out the album if you haven’t already, or if it’s been a while since you heard it. It’s totally worth it.

Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars

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Where in the World is Ted Cruz?

In March 2017, I took an idea from “Saturday Night Live” and turned it into a game during the day days. Today, I decided to turn it into a meme because why not. As we know, Texas senator Ted Cruz decided to leave his state amid a snow crisis. Where did he go? Cancun, Mexico. Yep, Mr. Rafael Edward Cruz decided to take his family on vacation to another country during a pandemic. A place where he would have needed to quarantine more than likely before actually being able to enjoy Mexico. 

In honor of this “great” decision that he is blaming his family for, I created some memes because why not. It’s not entirely similar to the Kellyanne Conway game, but I think it’s a little better. So enjoy “Where in the World is Ted Cruz?”

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Here he is at a party in Cancun. Looking for his children.

Here’s Ted at the Kid’s Choice Awards with Jojo Siwa. Who knew he was a Siwanator?

No power or heat didn’t even stop Ted from chowing down at Chick-Fil-A.

Spoiler ahead: Ted Cruz didn’t make it too far on his season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

While Ted believes that being LGBTQ is a choice, he made a brave choice to attend Pride. Hopefully, he doesn’t catch what the gays have.

Ted seems to always put himself in awkward situations. Especially when they become memes like this.

While some might think he’s just a character that belongs in fiction like the CW show “Riverdale,” he’s just a fictional version of a politician.