Another perspective on Caitlyn Jenner’s Journey …. “This one feels better”!!


~~July 19, 2015~~ 


To Those Who Thought Caitlyn Jenner Didn’t Deserve A “Courage” Award

“Last month, June 2015, ESPN announced it would honor Caitlyn Jenner at the ESPYs with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. Jenner accepted the award at Wednesday’s ceremony, July 15, and gave a moving speech about transgender issues.”



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But ESPN’s decision to honor Jenner was criticized online soon after it was announced, partly due to a viral meme — which BuzzFeed News and others debunked — that said Iraq war veteran and amputee Noah Galloway was the “runner-up” for the prize.

But a U.S. Army soldier named Joey Vicente decided he had had enough of the negativity.

The 23-year-old, who serves as a behavioral health specialist in the Army, wrote on Facebook that Jenner is a hero, and those who don’t think so don’t get a say on the matter.




Although Vicente only shared his post with his friends, it began to make waves in his social circle due to his fresh take.

Vicente agreed to share his thoughts with BuzzFeed News, saying, “I posted what I posted because it’s what I feel.”
He added, “I joined the service and picked my job because I love helping people.

I love positivity and I love my country.” Joey Vicente

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We ALL are ONE!! 


To start the day …. Thank you, Mr. President!!


~~February 11, 2015~~ 

Obama Welcomes Supreme Court Move To End “Patchwork” Marriage Laws
Marriage equality has “hit a critical mass,” the president says in an interview with BuzzFeed News

Ben Smith … BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief

ChrisGerden …. BuzzFeed News Reporter



President Obama Tuesday, February 10,  welcomed the Supreme Court’s signals that marriage equality is on the verge of becoming the law of the land, adding that he expected local Alabama officials resisting the shift to be swept aside by federal courts.

The Supreme Court Monday morning, February 9, refused to put on hold a federal court ruling striking down Alabama’s ban on same-sex couples’ marriages while the ruling is appealed, with Justice Clarence Thomas making clear in a dissent that the court’s action would be seen as a sign the court will soon rule that the Constitution requires equal marriage rights for same-sex couples.

“My sense is that the Supreme Court is about to make a shift, one that I welcome, which is to recognize that — having hit a critical mass of states that have recognized same-sex marriage — it doesn’t make sense for us to now have this patchwork system,” Obama said in an interview with BuzzFeed News.

“It’s time to recognize that under the equal protection clause of the United States Constitution, same-sex couples should have the same rights as anybody else.”


Obama’s comments came on the second day in which same-sex couples were marrying in Alabama, the 38th state to allow same-sex couples to marry.

While Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has resisted the U.S. Supreme Court’s direction — going so far as to order probate judges on Feb. 8 not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples — several judges began issuing licenses anyway Monday morning. Moore’s order, and several probate judges’ own views of the law or marriage, have kept more than half of the counties from issuing licenses, but same-sex couples are marrying in three of the state’s four biggest counties — Jefferson, Madison, and Montgomery Counties. The fourth, Mobile County, is the subject of a Thursday hearing before the federal judge who has already ruled that the marriage ban is unconstitutional.

Obama also dismissed Moore’s attempts to foil the various federal courts’ moves, invoking Moore’s last high-profile clash with federal law over his efforts to bring a religious monument into the state supreme court building.

That dispute ended with his removal from the bench.


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~~It Is Time for Marriage Equality~~

President Obama

~~Published on Feb 11, 2015~~

In an interview with BuzzFeed News on Tuesday, February 10, President Barack Obama said that a “patchwork system” for same-sex marriage doesn’t make sense, adding it is time to recognize marriage equality for same-sex couples.


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37 states …. 13 states to go!

We ALL are ONE!!