My mentors are Prophet Muhammad, Jesus Christ, Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and Martin Luther King Jr. Within my family, it’s my maternal Grandfather, my paternal Grandmother, my Father and my Mother. Every one’s advice was, when you see something wrong, the least you can do is to speak up.
Standing up for Gays and Lesbians
Don’t make the mistake that I am a gay to stand up for Gays and Lesbians, in the article I posted today on the facebook, I received a few inbox emails to that effect. In Australia, in the GLBT session of the Parliament of World’s religions, no one was asking questions, I was the first one to stand up and defend the rights of LGBT to be who they were (don’t be prejudiced and draw any conclusions, until you read the whole thing), after that every one gathered around me and asked me if I was gay.
After that, we have commemorated the Gay genocide, right along the Holocaust commemoration, I have walked in a Gay March in Oak lawn, attended a few fund raisers, and through my friend Mary Ann, I got to know a whole lot more of GLBT community including several male and female pastors.