Danilo estava prestes a sair de casa para ir morar com seu namorado, Marcos, quando seus pais morrem num acidente. Seus planos para o futuro mudam quando ele se torna responsável pelo irmão caçula, Lucas. Novos laços são criados entre estes três jovens garotos. Enquanto os irmãos Danilo e Lucas precisam descobrir tudo que não sabiam um sobre o outro, Marcos tenta encontrar seu lugar naquela nova relação familiar. Entre vídeo-games e copos de leite, dor e decepção, eles precisam aprender a viver juntos.
Danilo was about to move out of his parent’s house to go live with his boyfriend, Marcos, when his mom and dad die unexpectedly in an accident. His plans for the future change and he becomes responsible for his 10 year-old brother, Lucas. New bonds are created between these 3 young men. While brothers Danilo and Lucas need to learn everything they didn’t know about each other, Marcos tries to find out if there is a place for him in his boyfriend’s new family arrangement. In between videogames and glasses of milk, pain and disappointment, they all need to learn how to live together.
LGBT Employment Discrimination Still Legal in 2015, Viral Video Spotlights
In light of landmark marriage equality ruling, online spot about civil rights milestones asks on behalf of LGBT community, “What’s our year?”
(Los Angeles, CA) – It’s a touching video of real people talking about civil rights progress that’s helped them – and then the big reveal at the end hits you like a gut punch: it’s 2015, and it’s still legal to fire and discriminate against people simply because they’re LGBT.
The newest provocative spot from FCKH8.com (“Potty-Mouthed Princesses”) spotlights that despite progress in so many other areas, laws across the country continue to deny gay people basic anti-discrimination protections on the job.
In the video, available here [LINK], people from various walks of life - women, blacks, disabled people - each identify major civil rights milestones in America. Each speaker represents a year when others like them were finally offered legal protection from discrimination in the U.S. – from African Americans becoming citizens in 1866, to people with disabilities getting access to public places through the Americans with Disabilities ACT in 1990. Each is wearing a T-shirt printed with the year they gained a fundamental right.
When the two gay men holding hands who are the video’s final subject are revealed, their T-shirts display question marks. “It’s 2015, and there is still no federal law protecting LGBT people against discrimination. What’s our year?” they plead.
“In an era when it feels like progress is so rapid, including the Supreme Court ruling that was so important, we knew people would be shocked to discover there’s still this huge national inequality,” video producer Mike Kon said. “It sounds unbelievable and disappointing: you can get married on Saturday, but then you can still be legally fired for being LGBT when back at work on Monday.”
In addition to raising awareness of the issue through its viral video, FCKH8.com is encouraging people to get involved in the conversation on social media and support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), legislation proposed in the United States Congress that would prohibit discrimination in hiring and employment on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity by employers. The social-change T-shirt company also encourages people to “speak out and stand out” for the cause with shirts that make provocative, change-motivated statements.
Reacting to the recent untested Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) ruling that found that anti-LGBT job discrimination was already illegal under existing protections based on sex, FCKH8.com activists are pushing for more definitive on-the-job protections. “Congress need stop to step up to the plate and protect LGBT Americans from discrimination and finally pass explicit and clear job protections with ENDA” Kon said.
Here's our wedding highlight video from our wedding on 10/10/14. A very special thanks to our wedding party Nalini Sen-Prakash, Shane Prasad, Simeon Prasad, James Chand, Rodney Tijerino, Lindsey Bertram, and Jessica Due. All of your hard work made our day extra special. And thank you for not killing us along the way. And thanks to all friends and family members involved in making this day a dream come true.
A special thanks to our amazing vendors- Satvir Bhogal (SB-Arts), Roopam Sarees Berkeley, TLCakes, Wedgewood Wedding Banquet Brentwood CA, Alapi Bhatt (Henna Creations), Curryous Catering, Madhuban Restaurant, Cinema Images (Jesse Johal), Keith Lynds Photography, and our officiant Dr. Shukavak Dasa.
It truly was an amazing day and thank you all for being a part of it.
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"The Edge of Glory" By Lady Gaga
Written by: Lady Gaga & Fernando Garibay, DJ White Shadow
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