Love Is All You Need?

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Alright, so you’re putting me in a position to beg for something… I’m begging for twenty minutes of your time. The best twenty minutes you will spend in a long time stretching your imagination to its limits and testing your inner strength and fortitude, bravery and courage, and last but not least, the resolve you possess to channel your commitment and dedication towards helping change the attitudes of your fellow mankind and in turn the world overall.

Yes, I’m begging you not to leave my site until you’ve watched this video. Of course, if you’re a first-time visitor, I hope you’ll stick around and check out my other posts, one of which includes my own personal video. I also hope you’ll feel inclined to leave a comment and remember to click the “Follow” button and even go to my Facebook page and click the “Like” button.

You’ll find I’m very opinionated about things that matter and write about what people want to hear most. So won’t you please indulge me? I’ll beg you if I must. I’m not proud. I think you’re in for a surprise with this video. Please… all I ask is that you relax, put your worries aside, clear your thoughts, especially if you’re heterosexual and try to use your imagination while viewing this film with an open mind. That’s all I’m asking of you.

If you do, I promise you will walk away a changed person with a bigger heart and a more open and accepting mind. You will also find that within you there is the capacity to love and teach more than you dreamed possible. And if you already can do those things, just sit back and enjoy this short movie and perhaps you can think of someone whose life it can change. Trust me, no matter who you are, it will make you think in directions and take your mind places you didn’t know it could go. It’s what you call “mind-boggling.”

If you’re straight, sit back and spend a little time thinking of this as an exercise in acceptance and pure imagination. At the end you’ll not only be glad you did and be a better person for it, but you’ll also be able to do two things with a sense of accomplishment: 1) Pass this link along to someone you know, and 2) Help educate others as to the importance of acceptance and that being gay isn’t a choice and to understand why treating all people, gay and straight, with dignity and respect is so vital to the longevity and duration of mankind.

That’s how I grew up; that’s how I still live; but it’s not the world I hope to pass on to my children and I pray it gets better for their sake and their children’s sake.

Thank you for reading and thank you for watching this video.

Ta ta for now,



Thank you, Shaun D., who brought this amazing movie to my attention, and whose support and affection towards the GLBTQ community should be an inspiration to us all. Smooches, Shaun!



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4 Responses to Love Is All You Need?

  1. Beth Spencer says:

    I am blown away by with this video, especially from the perspective it gave. And you my friend, have opened my eyes to just how “unequal” people really are. This is an amazing post and I hope others will see it that way too!

    • Dearest Former PATTB,

      Knowing you as well as I do, I’m surprised you could be blown away by anything when you’re usually doing the blowing, LOL! All kidding aside, there will be many jestful posts about very serious issues, but this one was meant to get people thinking. Thank you for your comment. I really appreciate it and I’m glad you have a sense of humor like my other fans. I know you weren’t offended by my little joke!


  2. Kim says:

    It is so sad that in today’s society that we still deal with prejudice and discrimination. This is an excellent insight to what people go through growing up and even as adults to be seen as equal. Great video Glinda!

    • Yes Kim, and well said. Though you will find some of my posts filled with satirical wit and comic tongue lashings concerning serious issues in the future, this particular post left little to discuss except what to do about it. Actions speak louder than words and it’s high time we make those words speak for themselves by calling our representatives, legislators, and senators. There’s so much to do and every little thing a person does helps the cause until the day comes when we are all first-class citizens.

      Thanks for your comment, your love, and keep on visiting the blog!


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