Today on talkative Tuesday. We are remembering Harvey milk.


Today on talkative Tuesday. We are talking about one of our heroes Harvey Milk. Cyber love. Cyber refresh Yesterday we talked about a great time that we love the club kids era. Today we are talking about one of our Hero’s Harvey Milk. Harvey Bernard Milk was a man who devoted his life for the fight for equality. He was the first gay man who was elected into public office. This was around the 1970s where being gay was not celebrated nor accepted by the society. This is during the time of the hippies. Where symbol of love is hugely part of it. His humble beginnings of opening a camera shop and began his fight for love. He was an activist and he started the rally in San Francisco at the now famous Castro District. He ran for office 3 times until he was given a seat in 1977. A year after he was assassinated by Dan White another city supervisor. This part is such a sad feature of the people that hate. He led the rally against homosexuals like us and pave the way. He is a true Icon for us. He not only took the America by surprise he took the world with him. Harvey Milk had a vision of the world where all people in the world no matter what your gender is or what or sexual preference you are you should be treated with respect. Milk is celebrated now and have shaped the mainstream media on how people’s perspectives are. Milk contributed to the world his gay rights movement and inspire people to see eye to eye on the subject of equality. He liberated people and gave hope during his time. His memorable speech of hope.


I can’t forget the looks on faces of people who’ve lost hope. Be they gay, be they seniors, be they blacks looking for an almost-impossible job, be they Latins trying to explain their problems and aspirations in a tongue that’s foreign to them. I personally will never forget that people are more important than buildings. I use the word ‘I’ because I’m proud. I stand here tonight in front of my gay sisters, brothers, and friends because I’m proud of you. I think it’s time that we have many legislators who are gay and proud of that fact and do not have to remain in the closet. I think that a gay person, up-front, will not walk away from a responsibility and be afraid of being tossed out of office. After Dade County, I walked among the angry and the frustrated night after night and I looked at their faces. And in San Francisco, three days before Gay Pride Day, a person was killed just because he was gay. And that night, I walked among the sad and the frustrated at City Hall in San Francisco and later that night as they lit candles on Castro Street and stood in silence, reaching out for some symbolic thing that would give them hope. These were strong people, whose faces I knew from the shop, the streets, meetings, and people who I never saw before but I knew. They were strong, but even they needed hope.

Hope will never be silent. This the truth that he not only served us with but gave us the fuel that we use every day.We would like to thank him for starting the war against the society. This is what we are about. We are about celebrating people that we truly love and the ones who gave us a chance to be able to speak clearly on topics that we must shed the light on. The millennia is a better place for people like Harvey milk. The doors are opened to ever individual out there to speak up and find a corner in the society. It’s not easy to get there this is why we built a community with love. He has inspired us to continue his legacy and bring awareness and peace to people of diversity. We are now known as the slayers of the truth and we will continue to educate and stand up to everything with values and open perspective. New age media, New sound, New words New waves. Celebrate don’t hate. Change the world with love. Always and forever Be the slayer of the truth. Bring joy the world with a difference. Let the music play. It’s time to dance. Play the game of love. Innovating the world with letters, articles and more.


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