The internet is being flooded with all kinds of hilarious and/or disturbing videos by people who are really not happy about everyone having the same basic rights. It’s quite a show they’re putting up…
Those poor, oppressed homophobes who can’t be open about their hate!
This pastor never heard of the separation of church and state…
…and this lady takes the case for dramatic performance (Warning: LOUD!)
Not sure what’s worse, her hateful tirade or her making a vertical video.
Last week America did a step towards equality but it’s still a long road ahead.
- National assembly of Austria votes against gay marriage
- Queer Pride march in Kiev attacked by right-wing group
- 300,000 people rally in Rome to protest same-sex unions
- The pope on trans issues: Accept the body god gave you
- German minister: gay marriage leads to brothers marrying
- Bisexual teen commits suicide after years of severe bullying
- UK & US broke antivirus software to spy on people
- CNN thinks dildo flag at pride parade is from ISIS
- British schools use spyware to monitor kids’ ideology
- The greatest obstacle to anti-muslim bigotry is reality
- US governor: equal pay would pit women versus men
- The copyright monopoly idea is based on a colossal lie
We had a few downtimes over the last couple of months because it’s not always easy to scrape the money together to pay for the server. These times will hopefully be behind us for a while as I’m planning on using the extra money you generously donated here to pay for this site which I hope is OK with everyone.
Quite a few people also offered me their servers to host the site for free and I’d like to share my thoughts about why I’m very reluctant to accept such an offer. There are several concerns that come with hosting the site on someone else’s hardware. Questions like: What happens when there’s a hardware failure or if I need a configuration changed quickly? Can I just assume that 24/7 admin service comes with the hardware offer?
What happens if the server owner decides that they don’t want to host the site anymore for one reason or another, maybe even without letting us know in advance to give us time to find a new server?
What if the server gets hacked (for example because a private person usually can’t afford the safety precautions in place at professional hosters) and visitors of the site get redirected to sites infected with malware or worse?
There’s also the question if I feel comfortable with knowing that someone has full access to all data related to milkboys, including the e-mails you send me and the IP-addresses of all visitors.
It’s not that I don’t trust the people offering to host milkboys, I really appreciate their generosity and I’m certain they have only the best intentions. But with a professional hosting company none of these questions will come up so you might understand why I would like to keep the site where it is as long as I can, especially since our current host was nothing but helpful and understanding with all legal and financial matters we had to deal with so far.