Date: September 27, 2017
“Viamund the Boy-Love Vampyre Says…. Is a combination of pictures, poetry & haiku’s presented as a meager work in quantity that was years in the making and is meant to be construed as a soft voice where there are none; without the intention to offend but to be heard. To help blur those barriers that surround a misunderstood stigmata. The use of raw, un-tempered, often brutal images of word convey the thoughts of the lonely, socially-isolated individuals who are held primarily in contempt; nonetheless existing on the sexual fringe.. It’s purpose is to convey the state of those who are subject to the machinations of the political clockwork as it relates to the categorization and alienating of all sexual minorities in North America – if indeed the world. – To provide vision to those who appreciate the differences that are humanity.”
Originally from May of 2007…I don’t remember where I posted this…potentially on Amazon.com…
I was incensed at the way this book was being treated in the ratings, comments and reviews section…It was little more than a bunch of A-Holes, showing up to give the book one star, and leave vulgar, abusive comments against the author and his book.
There was quite a bit of “feedback”…but virtually none of it was valid…There was only one or two actual book reviews [what the comment and review section is for]…Everything else was just unrestrained bile.
Irony of ironies…This book of poetry got unjustly black listed by Amazon.com…Yet all these acts of abuse, threat and clear sabotage were allowed to stand, while the book was still listed and available for purchase.
Amazon.com does little to nothing, to combat false, malicious book reviews.
This is just one of the countless double standards, which BoyLovers and Girl-Lovers face in this world.
To the people throwing a fit…
I am curious…
…All this talk of “child pornography”, and going on as though this is absolutely dangerous material, for anyone to read (or even think about?)…
…but, who among you has actually read the book in question?
Who can confirm its’ contents?
Are your reactions here, based upon sound knowledge, or knee jerk hysterics?
In this modern time, the latter is far more common than the former, when this topic comes up.
This type of material, typically gets lied about, and dragged through the mud, politically, simply to satisfy a sense of urgency, caused by social panic.
It pains me to see people attack it, merely because of the topic, and their own preconceived notions about, “what it must be saying”…and what it’s distribution “must be causing”.
Why don’t you actually buy it, read it and know its’ contents, before you judge it?
Date: April 19, 2016
“Today Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders in New York by 16 points. This was a huge victory for Hillary and this win makes it very difficult for Bernie Sanders to surpass her pledged delegate lead going forward. With that being said, should we give up? No way. We keep fighting until the very end. We’re progressives. We don’t quit!”
Date: May 06, 2015
“More and more people in the United States are casting aside religion and identifying as atheists — yet polling has found that nearly half of Americans still wouldn’t vote for a presidential candidate who didn’t believe in God. Most Americans think atheists are about as trustworthy as rapists…
“And prejudice towards atheists is by no means unique to the United States. It is an attitude shared across the majority of the world’s countries — both past and present…
…But Cook and his colleagues have proposed another hypothesis: Atheists are disliked because they pose a fundamental threat to the worldview of religious people, a worldview that helps them mitigate “the potential terror arising from the uniquely human awareness of death.
Their study, “What If They’re Right About the Afterlife? Evidence of the Role of Existential Threat on Anti-Atheist Prejudice,” was published online April 27 in the scientific journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.”