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@JanetJackson to Produce Transgender Documentary "Truth"

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Thank God for celebrities like Janet Jackson. Janet Jackson has been a support of the kids for ages foretold.  Recently Jackson has signed on to be executive produce of a documentary concerning Transgender people around the world. The documentary will be entitled "Truth." Brainchild Films, based out of New York, announced on Monday that Jackson is working on the documentary and is going to do on camera interviews.  The film goes into production this summer and will focus on the lives and struggles of transgender persons.   Jackson has been stated as making the film to stop discrimination of the Transgender community.  “Truth” is under the direction of Robert Jason, who previously directed a documentary for The Style Network on four transgender New Yorkers. He says “Truth” will feature stories from throughout  North America, Europe, Australia and Latin America.


#Twitterafterdark Snow White and the Huntsman: Just Some Thoughts

Where do I begin?  Today has been an interesting day for me. However, I am thankful that I was able to see it.  There was a lot of good that came out of this day.  I was blessed with life, strength, family, and a deep revelation.
  I was able to see the latest Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart Movie "Snow White and the Huntsman." Let's just say Charlize Theron was beautiful and sexy as "The Queen: Ravenna and Kristen Stewart was the kick butt diva that played as "Snow White."  The strikingly handsomeChris Hemsworth of "Thor" fame plays "The Huntsman" and vivacious Sam Claflin plays as "William." The movie is the film version of the Brothers Grimm's "Snow White and the Huntsman" German Folklore.
  The action is fulfilling and it is jam packed. This movie is not boring at all. However there are twists and turns like never before.  I give this movie 5 stars.
  This movie really had a lot of lessons. It lets us …

Happy Memorial Day

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Happy Memorial Day everyone. Today is the day in which we remember those who have served our country and have served us in this fight for freedom, not only for freedom but for civil rights.  I not only remember our service men, but I remember people like the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Harvey Milk, Rosa Parks, James Brown, and all those who fought for Civil Rights, Human Rights, who battled HIV/AIDS pandemic, and many other wars that armed forces could not fight.  Today is a day of love and remembrance.  Let us all come together and remember those who have gone on to that great Welcome Table in the sky.
Love you...See you soon.
Musique