Its Not About The Nail
It's just There's all this pressure. You know And sometimes it feels like it's right up on me. And. I can just feel it like literally feel it in my head. And it's relentless, and. I don't know if it's gonna stop. I mean, that's the thing that scares me the most, is that I don't know if it's ever gonna stop. Yeah. Well. you do have a nail. in your head. It is not about the nail. Are you sure, because, I mean, I'll bet, if we got that out of there.
Stop trying to fix it! No, I'm not trying to fix it! I'm just pointing out, that maybe the nail is causing You always do this! You always try to fix things when I really need is for you just listen! See, I don't think that is what you need. I think what you need is to get the nail out See, you're not even listening now! OK, fine. I will listen. Fine. It's just sometimes, it's like, there's this achy. I don't know what it is. And I'm not sleeping very well at all.
Humanist, nonreligious funerals
Maria was 43 when she passed away, when she died and she died after a fairly short illness that turned out to be terminal. Both myself and Maria were completely non religious. So when the funeral director came to the house he asked us what sort of funeral we had in mind. And I had said to him that in actual fact we'd quite like a humanist funeral. I was quite surprised when I discovered that the first funeral I went to was my great uncle's, that it was going to be humanist because I didn't know that that was an option.
The funeral director made it very simple because they already had a celebrant on their books and he contacted her for us and then she phoned me. A funeral celebrant is really someone who's there to help the family give the best goodbye or farewell to the person that they've lost. I have to be a rock for the family. I have to be the person that they can rely on. It was so very simple. We talked about Maria, she took copious notes, she looked at pictures, she took away the piece that I had written about Maria and she also asked if there were.
Any other family members, either Maria brothers or sister or anybody else that wanted to say anything. Family members might write a shorter tribute sometimes which they speak themselves or which they would rather I speak on their behalf. So instead of having an order of service I wrote a piece of poetry got a really nice picture of Maria and printed it out. I like the fact that they were focusing on the things that they had done rather than what they were going off to do. And from what the celebrant wrote it was as if she knew Maria.
It's my job to work out what order would be best, so who would speak when, who speaks next, when the poems could come. The things that I most enjoyed about the services were the music and the readings. It was very much this is what we can do, what do you want At my Aunt's funeral there was a sort of moment of reflection, as it were, half way through, and a piece of music was played then. So, that was quite a nice touch. Everybody was kind enough to say that the ceremony was beautiful, it was serene and.
Key Peele Office Homophobe
Rhythmic bass beat, sensual moans LATRELL WHAT'S UP, BABY GIRL CAN YOU PLEASE TURN THAT OFF WHY, YOU DON'T LIKE MY MUSIC IS IT MUSIC BECAUSE IT SOUNDS LIKE A BUNCH OF SEX NOISES OVER A BASS LINE. OH. I GET IT. YOU DON'T LIKE MY MUSIC 'CAUSE I'M GAY. YOU CAN'T HANDLE A GAY MAN'S MUSIC. NO, NO, NO. IT'SI'M TRYING TO WORK HERE, AND THAT MUSIC IS WEIRDLY SEXUAL. OH, I SEE. SO MY SEXUALITY IS WEIRD. YOU JUST CAN'T FATHOM A MAN BEING ATTRACTED.
TO ANOTHER MAN. I CAN FATHOM IT. IT'S CAN YOU JUST PLEASE LISTEN TO SOME OTHER GAY MUSIC, LIKE BARBRA STREISAND OR SOMETHING OH, I SEE, I SEE. OKAY. SO LISTENING TO BARBRA STREISAND IS GAY. STEREOTYPE MUCH keys clacking SO YOU SEEING ANYBODY LATELY YEAH, II MEAN, KIND OF. I THINK 'CAUSE I GOT IT GOOD LAST NIGHT. OH, IT WAS LIKE, DAMN! I MEAN, MY MAN WAS LIKE, BLOP! LIKE, HE HAD A BABY ARM HOLDING ON TO A APPLE. AW, DON'T CALL IT A BABY ARM.
AW. I SEE. SO YOU CAN'T HANDLE HEARING ABOUT HOW I'M GAY. I'M SORRY. YOU JUST REFERRED TO YOUR BOYFRIEND'S PENIS AS A BABY'S ARM HOLDING AN APPLE. WELL, THAT'S WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE. AND IT'S NOT MY BOYFRIEND, BY THE WAY. AND ANYWHATS, YOU'RE HOMOPHOBIC. NO, NO, NO. THAT'S NOT HOMOPHOBIC, OKAY YOU'RE EXPLICITLY TALKING ABOUT SEXUAL THINGS IN THE WORKPLACE. FINE. THERE'S PLENTY OF STUFF THAT WE CAN TALK ABOUT. YOU KNOW, UH, MY PENIS CUP, MY SCROTUM COZIES THAT I HAVE BEEN KNITTING RECENTLY.
OH, WITH THESE KNITTING NEEDLES THAT I HAVE JUST NOTICED LOOK LIKE LITTLE, SKINNY, PURPLE PENISES, ET CETERA AND ET CETERA. OH, MY GOD. CAN I SHOW YOU A PICTURE, AND THEN YOU TELL ME IF IT'S GOOD FOR FACEBOOK OKAY, I'M FAIRLY CERTAIN YOU'RE GOING TO SHOW ME SOMETHING OVERTLY SEXUAL. DON'T YOU PREJUDGE ME! HERE IT IS. AGH! bleep! THAT'S A CLOSEUP OF AN ANUS. OH, NO, THAT'S NOTltigt ANltigt ANUS. THAT'S MY ANUS, BABY GIRL. THAT'S DISGUSTING. OH, I SEE.
SO YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE A CLOSEUP PICTURE OF MY ANUS 'CAUSE YOU HATE GUY MEN. NO. I DON'T WANT TO LOOK AT A CLOSEUP PICTURE OF ANYONE'S ANUS. HOMOPHOBE. HOMOPHOBE. THERE'S A HOMOPHOBE RIGHT HERE. HO blows whistle HOMOPHOBE ALERT! highpitched voice HOMOPHOBE! imitating siren wailing HEY. HEY, BABY. HOW'S IT GOING GOOD. READY TO GO TO LUNCH YEAH. UH, LATRELL, THIS IS GAVIN. GAVIN, THIS IS LATRELL. THIS IS MY BOYFRIEND. HOW YOU DOING I'MI'M I'M DOING VERY WELL. HOWHOW ARE YOU DOING, GAVINGAVIN.
Humanist, nonreligious naming ceremonies
Hi I'm Ken. I'm Zoe. We're here for a Humanist Baby Naming ceremony for our youngest daughter Elsie. We want to recognise Elsie in some way. We done it with our eldest daughter Amelia. Having a summer baby it seemed only sensible having a Humanist ceremony in a park. My name's Elizabeth Donnelly and I'm a Humanist naming celebrant. A naming ceremony is fantastic because it's all these family and friends coming together to celebrate this new arrival. It's wonderful. Essentially it's my job to help the parents celebrate the arrival of their child. So a.
Couple will contact me, sometime obviously we have singe parents, so I meet the parents. We will then have a conversation about what they want from the day and then I would go away and write a ceremony. When we first read that draft script it was dripping with emotion, it was heartfelt, it was touching. She'd done a lot of good research around readings, because we had no idea about readings. No, not for Children Not for children, as she made some great suggestions for readings. For us it really mirrored and.
Reflected what we wanted the day to feel like. I'm usually there to help set up, to make sure everybody know what they're doing, when they're doing it. So I like to meet anyone else involved in the ceremony. Then straight in really, to blowing up balloons. And then bringing them out here then sitting on chairs and picnic rugs and then Elizabeth starting. I welcomed everyone, Ken gave a lovely reading. I read a poem about a second child. And even though you've already go one and you're busy it makes the second child no less special. Because although it's not the same it's every.
Bit as special. The first song that we chose was The Circle of Life from the Lion King. I love musical and it was quite special to us. Then we had three mentors Rachel, Matt and Chris. As your uncle I feel really honoured to be your mentor. What we like to say with mentors is that sometimes children need to have the support and guidance of adults who are not their parents It was a nice touch, it was something personal from them, to Elsie. Then your Mum did a reading.
Let your life be a long one and brimming with fun. I was particularly quite fond of our ceremonial moment of the hanging of the cut leaves in the tree. They were given leaves cut out from paper so they could write their best wishes for Elsie and the family. That was actually quite a touching moment I think for me. And that's what makes it unique because it's their child it's their naming and I want to celebrate that. The best thing about today was Ken was able to come here, to where he worked, and have.
AZ Bill Allows Discrimination Against Unmarried Women, NonChristians, LGBT
There is a new bill in Arizona which would allow businesses to discriminate against for example unmarried women or potentially against nonchristians of course against gay people that just kind of the standard ok good that we we can just always know that raw story is reporting about Republican state senator Steve Yarbrough who has said that he introduced Senate bill 1062 because quote a modest clarification was needed to the state's religious freedom Law according to the Arizona Republic among other things the bill would expand those protected by socalled religious freedom laws.
For religious assemblies and institutions to quote any individual Association partnership corporation church religious assembly or institution estate trust foundation or other legal entity now the conservative advocacy group Center for Arizona policy has been pushing this hard as a way to protect for example wedding photographers and wedding bakers from having to provide services for samesex weddings which are not even legal in Arizona will have more about gay baking later in today's show yarborough tells the Sierra Vista Herald that the bill would allow hotel owners to refuse to rent rooms to somebody who.
Is gay or lesbian and it would protect businesses that had a religious objection to hiring unmarried women apparently those tapes businesses still exist the lawmaker that this is the kicker lost the lawmaker mister yarborough insists that prohibited discrimination remains prohibited and that Inouye does this bill allow discrimination up any kind does he understand the word discrimination in the only way that you could look at this bill and say that it does not allow discrimination is if you flat out don't know what discrimination is right or in a in a way about.
Twisting it a little bit here I I guess what it's really a doing is allowing for legal discrimination so therefore maybe it's not discriminate right now it's legal it's like if the president does it it's not a legal if the law allows the discrimination it's really not discrimination because Louis discrimination would be illegal how could we possibly be discriminating if it's a legal thing that's it he has the power to determine what is that what is discrimination in what is now I guess I'm starting to realize that the idea of freedom.
Love Has No Labels Diversity Inclusion Ad Council
Music And I can't change even if I tried even if I wanted to and I can't change even if I tried even if I wanted to my love, my love, my love she keeps me warm 4x music and I can't change even if I tried even if I wanted to my love, my love, my love she keeps me warm 4x and I can't change even if I tried even if I wanted to my love, my love, my love she keeps me warm 6x My heart doesn't see race.
The Daily Show The Hate Class of 2015
Gtgt LAST TUESDAY THE SUPREME COURT HEARD ORAL ARGUMENTS ON SAMESEX MARRIAGE. THE OPPONENTS CAME OUT IN FORCE. gtgt AMERICA'S PREVERSIONS ARE GROWING EXPONENTIALLY. gtgt WE BELIEVE AS MY SIGN SAYS THAT HOMOSEXUALITY IS A THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY. gtgt OUR COUNTRY GROWS DARKER AND EVILER BY THE DAY. gtgt AH, GOOD TIMES. BUT WITH THE SUPREME COURT LIKELY RULING IN FAVOR OF GAVE MARRIAGE, CHANCES ARE THIS WOULD BE THE LAST HURRAH FOR THE HATE CLASS OF 2015. BEFORE THEY MOVED ON TO THE REAL WORLD, I WANTED TO COMMEMORATE THEM.
Gtgt SO COULD YOU SIGN THIS FOR ME PLEASE gtgt SURE. YOU GOT IT. THERE. gtgt THANK YOU SO MUCH. PROMISE WE'LL HANG OUT IN TEN YEARS. gtgt PROMISE. gtgt WHO WOULD YOU VOTE MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED OTHER THAN THE PEOPLE THAT ARE SUPPORTING GAY MARRIAGE gtgt UM gtgt YOU'RE DEFINITELY BEST DRESSED. gtgt THIS IS MY UNIFORM. gtgt DON'T FEEL PRIDE, THE BAR IS REALLY LOW, IT'S REALLY LOW, THERE ARE LITERALLY NO GAY PEOPLE TO HELP YOU OUT. DID YOU GOOGLE THIS IMAGE gtgt IT'S A WITNESSING TOOL OF THE TRUTH OF WHAT IS GOING ON, THAT.
PEOPLE DON'T WANT TO SEE. gtgt I'M GOING TO MISS THAT JUSTIFICATION FOR YOU GOOGLING TWO MEN KISSING WHO WOULD YOU SAY IS LIKE MOST OUTGOING gtgt MOST OUTGOING gtgt OH, YEAH. gtgt BROTHER RUBEN ISREAL. gtgt RUBEN ISRAEL WOULD BE THE FUNNEST GUY, YOU NEED TO TALK TO HIM. gtgt RUBEN ISRAEL. gtgt WOW, EVERYBODY IS TALKING ABOUT RUBEN ISRAEL, HE'S LIKE THE POPULAR GUY ON CAMPUS. gtgt HE'S NOT REAL POPULAR WITH THE GAY COMMUNITY BUT HE IS POPULAR WITH THE STREET PREACHERS gtgt OF COURSE, THERE WAS NO WAY I WOULD GET TO TALK.
TO THIS BIG MAN ON CAMPUS UNTIL IT HAPPENED. I MET MR. CHARISMA HIMSELF. CAN I GET A HUG gtgt NO. WHY WOULD I WANT TO HUG YOU. THERE ARE A LOT OF LESBIANS AROUND HERE YOU CAN HUG. YOU SHOULD HAVE READ THE BIBLE. YOU SHOULD HAVE TURNED TO GOD AND THE BIBLE. gtgt I CAN SEE WHY HE IS SO POPULAR. gtgt IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE THIS MIGHT ALL BE COMING TO AN END. I'M SO, JUST REALLY GOING TO MISS THIS. THIS IS THE LAST TIME THAT I WILL BE ABLE TO HANG OUT.
WITH THESE ADOREABLE BIGOTS. CAN YOU HOLD ME gtgt NO. gtgt NO IS IT A LITTLE TOO GAY I JUST LOVE THE WAY YOU GUYS PROTEST OVER SOMETHING THAT IS LIKE NOT EVEN AN ISSUE ANY MORE. DO YOU WANT TO TAKE YOUR HAT OFF AND THROW IT IN THE AIR. gtgt NO, I'M OKAY. I WILL LEAVE IT RIGHT WHERE IT IS SO EVERYBODY CAN READ IT. gtgt THE TEARS WERE FLOWING. I'M GOING TO MISS YOU GUYS. gtgt DON'T WORRY YOU'LL HAVE PLENTY OF SIN TO CRY ABOUT. AND YOU WILL SEE US PLENTY OF TIMES.
How Big is the NonReligious Population In the US
There really are twenty million americans napoli would be a great thing of or destructive that they not only room for but they have their leaders appeal politicians to bring about policies that will bring about the end of per these people are maniacs cannot be taken seriously in fact they should be ridiculed shamed in german from politics altogether they should be figuratively ardent rather and run out of town how can you listen to be able to open all year you'd like to destruction of our that's fascinating all right let's have a serious discussion about should.
We destroyed our etc passion it is true that the best and that's absolutely not one enough as as surveys just come out now it's from the program on public valued at trinity college in hartford connecticut it is danny norma sample size eight oh two fifty four fifty four thousand people for this survey and the survey art shows how large each different religious group in america's and evangelicals in based evangelical or warning in america's makeup thirty four percent of all uh. americans now they're from a lot of different denominations pulpit put together some.
Are even nondenominational of thirty four percent as aboard in either a bornagain or evangelical depending on how to characterize themselves catholics or the largest denomination by themselves other twenty five percent of the population if u include all the other day denominations by themselves the third largest rube actually is no religion at all fifteen percent of the country now all from fourteen point two percent in two thousand one an eight point two percent in nineteen ninety so rising and rising faster than any other religion or no or not religion is the category of no religion at all.
Now that's also larger than blacks in america and hispanics in america by themselves but yet they are the one minority in this country that is most ignored and given the stained by the politicians get no roads into opto un using i think you're all art and politics you have no values not morality it's at a roadside or it's about time that fifty percent raised their heads and said dot dna if nothing is enough and we are americans to aware and carrying a large portion of the country.
He says about large they are people little say that they are observant jews now no jewish uh. population overall it's a little larger they have a second pulled out that but observers in roughly observant jews are one point two percent of the population muslims are point six percent by visa ones that we're talking about hormats one point four percent of the population no religion at all is over ten times larger the look on the night category socal i said to my brothers this is ninety allegory with standup and the heart.
Afghan Muslim woman tells her parents shes dating a nonMuslim
I knew that dating an American an AfricanAmerican would be an issue with my parents. And being in a relationship or in a marriage is the most important and intimate decision you can make for yourself, and I just can't even imagine letting anybody else make that choice for me. I'm Naheed Elyasi. I'm originally from Afghanistan. We left Afghanistan and moved to the States when I was nine years old. It was understood that I would marry an Afghan man through some kind of setup. I felt very suffocated.
Under all of the restrictions and pressures of how I should be so other people wouldn't talk about me or talk about my family. David was AfricanAmerican, and I knew that would be a huge issue with my parents. And I had to overcome my own fears. She gave me her number, to give her a call. And for whatever reason, I don't know why I didn't. Because you felt I was coming on to you, and you didn't like that. As the man, you wanted to be the pursuer. Instead, I said, Hey, call me sometime..
Actually, I think I got nervous. I may have told you that as an excuse. I may have just gotten nervous and didn't follow through. It took me a while to warm up to the idea of dating him. I liked that his heart was clean and he had really good energy. Positive, and very supportive, and encouraged me to be myself! I appreciated the fact that she was outspoken. She would speak her mind in a heartbeat. When I initially told my mom about it, she definitely was not happy.
But then she pretended that she didn't know anything about it. It never came up in conversation again. The pressures were so mired in what other people thought. I didn't think they would ever change. We went through a couple of years of taking some time off from speaking, because I just had to take a break from constantly trying to get their approval. Constantly trying to get them to acknowledge my life. David and I have been together for about 10 years. About a year ago, we went down to North Carolina.
To visit my parents. And once they met David, they loved him. Realized that he's a good person, he has good character, that he loves me, treats me well. And I'm not so reactionary with them, either. When I finally let go, and said that I have to live my life, whether they accept it or not, they changed! It just showed me that everybody's capable of change. A lot of young Muslims are made to feel responsible for their parents' happiness. Even though they may threaten to disown you, they may say you'll give them a heart attack,.
Laugh I am a little bit nervous about people um. kinda hearing that I am this way and then thinking um. oh. well, you know, she's not welcome here I would say I am different. We're all different. Most people probably think I'm already weird anyways So I mean I don't think society's impression of me is gonna change drastically based on one or two discoveries that come to light after this tutorial. It's pretty scary, ya know You wonder how many people can I really truly honestly be open with.
I've tried to change this before but. it's too important to me. I actually think marriage is between a man and a woman. I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. I already have an idea of what marriage should be. That will never change. At the end of the day. I think we don't need to truly be ashamed of how we really feel about things. So just be you. No one should be looked down upon. No one should be suppressed. Or no one's views should be suppressed.
I know a lot of people who are gay. I have friends who are gay. I don't fear them. you know They're wonderful people. I love them. What I do feel insecure about is speaking from the heart and being really open and honest about what I believe. I mean I love my friends, several of them happen to be gay. How would it not be the case that the everloving Creator who gave us everything we have doesn't love us Where's that balance, you know Where can you say No, I'm not going to be a part of this, but still respect someone.
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