Reblogged on kommonsentsjane!
Thank you Hugo Baeta from Portugal, well said. I knew you didn’t sound like an American. I just hope you can live up to your promise “that your company strives to democratize publishing and empower freedom of speech.” In fact, I just wrote a comment on this site which you did not see fit to publish and erased it. Sounds like you are off to a good start.
Hugo, you keep trying to take control of my car that I am driving and you keep running off the road. Today with the end of your program called “love wins” you finally gave up because you ran out of gas. Now back to the blogging and comments about the topic.
The best thing I can say is it is not my place to judge anyone. Each person has to be responsible for their life and the way it is led. Judgement day will be when everyone is sorted out. Just don’t interfere with my way and I sure won’t bother yours and then we can live in peace. But when you come to my country and try to tell me what I can say on this blog – you probably haven’t heard this saying since you are from Portugal – hell has no fury, etc.
By the way, have you every been to Fatima, Portugal? Have you visited our Lady? If not, you should. In fact, I brought a blessed rosary from there and I will definitely will say a prayer for you.
Fátima, a journey to the altar of the world
You might have noticed the rainbow banner across the top of WordPress.com over the weekend — our way of marking Pride month, celebrated by cities across the globe in June, as well as the US Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage across all states. (The United States now joins 20 other countries, including my own, Portugal, in fully recognizing same-sex marriage nationwide.)
Here at WordPress.com we strive to democratize publishing and empower freedom of speech. It’s amazing to see the thoughtful analyses of the Supreme Court’s decision already being published, like this excellent piece from Tropics of Meta putting the decision into long-term historical context. We’re also proud to provide a platform for all the incredibly talented LGBTQ writers who are advocating for change…
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