Being Politically Correct (NSFW)

Political correctness is an euphemism for being inclusive and polite, something the current leadership in the USA is totally unfamiliar with and a stranger to the ideal. I had promised myself that I would strive to remain aloof from politics on this site for the next four years (hopefully). Obviously, I have failed miserably in that endeavor.

I sincerely apologize for my shortcoming. I’ll have to try with even more effort in the future. But I just could not resist the opportunity of sharing the above image here.

It’s poignant and quite in keeping with the integrity and decency that President Obama exhibited while he was our leader. It also reminds me of how very much I miss having him in office. He is the epitome of trust. He is an honorable man.

FUCKTRUMPass

He is so unlike the immature idiot who currently hold that office. And if anyone is offended at the image immediately above, I’m sorry. He stole the office and he is an embarrassment to humanity. He deserves no better than the above picture suggests.

Naked hugs!

Roger/ReNude Pride

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16 thoughts on “Being Politically Correct (NSFW)”

  1. Regarding the attitude of political correctness: we seem to be of like mind, my friend. I do not respect nor subscribe to the mental weakness and expected social etiquette “obligation” known as “political correctness”. (You may have seen evidence of this in my blog articles.) I do however, reserve the right to be as tactful or as tactless in expressing myself. I choose to do so in a manner that works for me and often depending on my perception, assessment, and understanding of a particular situation. I’m a goddamn freethinking adult. As such, when or however I choose to express myself, means that I am under no obligation to be kind or pleasant in that expression. I am also under no obligation to ever to be respectful nor considerate of the feelings and emotions of other people nor to their various or particular sensitivities, especially those sensitivities which are or may be political and/or religious in nature. Unless of course, I so choose. Now, I say all of that to respectfully remind you that you, Roger, have the same rights and same non-obligations. I want to encourage you never to fret about mentioning anything political on your blog(s).

    Considering the current political climate and happenings in our beloved United States of America, one would be quite challenged in meeting or honoring any personal desire to avoid a mention or discussion of anything political or in being adversely critical of our nation’s elected and/or appointed leaders; particularly on one’s blog where politics is not a major nor even a minor focus. The very fight for GLBTQ/LGBTQ rights and equality involves US – as non-heterosexual people and our allies, to always be aware of what is going on politically. Because of who we are, we cannot nor should we ever avoid politics (nor religion, for that matter). We, as GLBTQ people would be fools to avoid politics or to ignore what our nation’s leaders are doing/not doing. There’s nothing wrong in talking about it and there’s nothing wrong in expressing or in sharing our fuckstrations. (Yes, I said “fuckstrations”.) We would be far worse fools to ever rest on the past successes and the progress made for or on behalf of the GLBTQ society under the Obama Administration; some of which the Trump Administration have already reversed or have been working to reverse or erase since Day 1 of their tenure. Those of us who were paying attention to the politicians in our respective local and state governments and in the U.S. Congress and at the White House, have witnessed some of those reversals, erasures, and obstructions of our fight for equality and social respect. Thus, I see nothing wrong with us, as bloggers – and especially with us as older generation intelligent bloggers, taking the occasional break away from the established norms of our respective blogs to blow or sound off a little steam reflecting our social and/or political fuckstrations.

    Rog, THIS is YOUR blog. As such, you’re free to write or post whatever you goddamn feel like it! Those who know, enjoy, and appreciate your work (which is an expression of your current mindset), will support you and your blog by continuing to follow and/or subscribing. They will do that regardless of whether you wrote or posted something with which they happen to disagree. Such people are loyal… AND such people recognize and respect the fact that not everything you write or post on your blog has to necessarily be to their particular liking, flavor, or approval. Now, anyone else who DOES NOT like what you write or post on your blog(s) can – and probably should quietly unfollow/unsubscribe. Period. There’s never any need to comment some threat or intention to unfollow or unsubscribe from your blog; as though by them doing so, it will somehow cause or motivate you to either beg them to stay, get you to change, modify, or delete an article they found unfavorable simply to suit their sensitivities (or personal morals), or worse, cause you to promise to that reader that from now on you’ll be quite careful, respectful, and considerate not to ever again make offensive comments or say something which might offend certain readers. I say, Fuck those motherfuckers! Let them unsubscribe and find literary happiness elsewhere.
    (How’s that for unapologetically expressing myself in NON-politically correct fashion!)

    Keep doing what you’re doing on your blogs, Roger. Continue doing it well – as always, for however long you please… until you simply do not care to do it anymore. And until that last post or written article, though I’m always able to read everything you post, you’ll always have my support! Naked hugs and a gentle tug.
    – R

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    1. Rob, thank you for your support and encouragement. I sincerely am grateful for your friendship over all these years and for your opinions and thoughts. Be you, always. here and wherever.

      No two people are going to agree 100% of the time. I know that and accept that reality. Because of that difference, life itself is interesting and diverse. It’s partly why most of us get out of bed in the morning – to see what’s in store for us today. At least, that’s my opinion.

      One of the main reasons that I had planned to avoid the political on this blog was because I had nothing favorable to share on the usurper currently residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I’m sure there are a few who read this blog who voted for him. For that very reason, I promised myself to keep my opinions quiet. However, when I saw the graphic with President Obama questioning the current state of legislative inaction, I couldn’t resist posting it.

      As always, my blogging and bare brother and friend, please do you, be you and my sincere thanks for your love and support. Much love, many naked hugs and a few gentle tugs!

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  2. Life is political. We can’t live life and avoid politics. I applaud you for speaking truth. Trump by far is the WORST president ever. God save this country

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  3. Never change who you are Roger (political or otherwise). Everyone is entitled to their opinion and if someone doesn’t agree with you then, so be it. We are not here to please everyone. I do feel for you being your neighbor from the north given the current political turmoil that is going on in the US. Stay Bare and stay strong my friend and keep on blogging! Fabien

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