Thursday, September 13, 2012

Government Gone Too Far?

What next?

And to think of such thing is actually endorsed by government. Well, what I can say..., it seems like we are reversing back to our root of ancient civilization at least 500 years. And not to mention, what a great way to spend hard-earned tax paid by the lovely taxpayers there.

Luckily Indonesian government is still playing ignorant, haha...

The Education Ministry had endorsed "guidelines" to help parents to identify gay and lesbian "symptoms" in their children so they can take early corrective measurements.

The guidelines list four symptoms each of gays and lesbians:

Symptoms of gays:

-Have a muscular body and like to show their body by wearing V-neck and sleeveless clothes;

-Prefer tight and light-coloured clothes;

- Attracted to men; and

- Like to bring big handbags, similar to those used by women, when hanging out.

Symptoms of lesbians:

- Attracted to women;

- Besides their female companions, they will distance themselves from other women;

- Like to hang out, have meals and sleep in the company of women; and

- Have no affection for men.

"Once the children have these symptoms, immediate attention should be given," the guidelines warn.

According to Sin Chew Daily, the guidelines published by Yayasan Guru Malaysia Bhd and Putrajaya Consultative Council of Parents and Teachers Associations, and endorsed by the Education Ministry, were launched during a seminar in Penang yesterday.

The seminar on "Parenting in addressing the issue of LGBTs (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders)" was organised by Yayasan Guru Malaysia Bhd and officiated by Deputy Education Minister Mohd Puad Zarkashi.

Penang is the fourth state to hold such a seminar, after Selangor, the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and Perak, and yesterday's seminar in Penang was the 10th in the country.

Puad is quoted by Sinar Harian today as saying that the exposure of symptoms of gays and lesbians was the best approach to address the spread of such unhealthy phenomenon among students.


iPhone 5

Was finally released yesterday. Yeay.

It's one thing to covet for.

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Saturday, September 08, 2012

Taken for Granted

Is 'bahasa keren' of the word 'dimanfaatkan'.

Guy A met this Guy B online, where they initially started exchanging messages. And after some time, those messages turned into endless Whatsapp and phone calls session, where they would share the stories of each other, over their past, and their current pursue of happiness.

They were quite sure that they were heading toward that same direction, aiming relationship that could last. Well, maybe not necessarily in romantic department, but more like of a friendship. Who knows if that might leads into something else.

Guy B asked Guy A to buy him souvenirs from Guy A's work trip abroad, even demanded Guy A buy another thing while he already bought one for Guy B. And when Guy B went on a trip somewhere, not even a single magnet fridge bought for Guy A. No, not the money or the value of the souvenir that counts.

Guy A is quite a tech savvy, always tune-in to the latest gadget news and always excited talking about how good that Android phone, or which one the winner of Ultrabook of the Year is. But how did Guy B ruin the excitement? By turning to Guy A every time he has a problem with his notebook and asking for tech advice for every single teeny-weeny bit computer problem and buying guide. *slap on the back*

Guy B had some problem with work, and expecting Guy A to be there to console him and lend an arm to cry on. Even went further, asked Guy A to be there for him while Guy B crying his heart out, pitying himself all day long. Telling stories about how poor he is and asking Guy A for understanding why he kind of ignoring Guy A.

Not a single word was even said by Guy B, asking how's Guy A doing. Just asking Guy A to be there always. No, not the feeling nor the time spent that only counts.

Already taking shape?

You have a bad day, taking one down. Sing a sad song, just to turn it around.
~ Daniel Powter
Yeah yeah yeah, I am not babysitting a crybaby. Cry there, for all I care.

Thursday, September 06, 2012


Has anyone ever felt tired at times for being gay? Quite often I think about my life so far lately (hey, a lot of free time for daydreaming here in the field), and I feel that things would have been so much (as in soooo much) easier had I been straight.

This thought might be result from all my past relationships with guys and the skepticism that comes with it, lol. I feel kinda disoriented.

Of course I am not regretting the truth, in fact I probably wouldn't become what I am today if I were straight in the first place. But ya, being straight comes with perks for certain things. Like not having to come out to your family and friends for example. And finding spouse potential is not that big of a problem, I think, without people to judge the 'normality' or the 'nature' of relationship.

Lately I've been watching my friends getting married, and have kids. And yet I am still wandering around, trying to find my prince charming somewhere, somewhere. And I dunno, after I find the right man, so what... I still cannot have kids (which is one of the essences of marriage, I think) unless I adopt one. Surrogate mother is out of question. Because the thought of 'planting' my seed in someone else's womb and letting her going through all the maternal things while the child grows inside her, only to take the child away from her just feels not right. Do you agree with me?

I am losing my interest in woman, sexually. And now I come up with all this concept of NSA with guys and not really believe man to man relationship could be long lasting (esp. On a very rare case, you dear couples out there :D). Great.

I don't want to lead a lonely life, of course. Nobody wants that. But after quite some time, you will feel more skeptical of things like finding the perfect man through gay dating site (Which is what I am doing basically, by the way. Mock me). But where else to find good guy?

I am not really into gay scenes by the way. Most of the gay cliques are superficial (no offense, nor trying to be clique expert) and well, simply too exclusive to let anyone else joining. I rarely saw them talking about quality books or gadgets, for example, or things other than hotbods, branded items, discounts, and body care. Not that I do not enjoy such conversations, but talking about those things again and again. Come on... Gimme a break here. We are civilized and educated people and should behave more like one.

There is a proverb. All the good guys are taken or gay. Now all I have to do is finding the gay ones, haha...

And preparing to have dogs as my backup plan.

Saturday, September 01, 2012

Fatal Mistake

Gosh, I almost did unforgivable fatal mistake today. I miscalculated the distance needed to detonate explosive trains, almost resulting in a catastrophe.

I'm really blessed, God still reminded me on time through the voice of my friend. Thanks God... Thanks God...

You all don't think that I actually believe in God, do you? :)