These are the videos submitted to the It Gets Better project at its YouTube channel:
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Nothing to do with it gets better, but to do with anti-gay bigotry (so feel free to remove this message if you wish, once it gets through), and a bit of a heads-up for you: http://www.change.org/petitions/demand-that-apple-remove-ex-gay-iphone-app#?opt_new=t&opt_fb=t – some religious nutjob organisation has produced an anti-anything that ain’t heterosexual app – and apple has given it a no-objectional-content rating. *sighs*. and yes, i’m signing the petition. and no, i don’t own anything by apple. thankfully.
Andddd apple have removed the app, in typical hushhush Apple style.. http://www.edibleapple.com/apple-removes-gay-cure-app-from-itunes/ – again, feel free to delete from this page, but at least its a victory, of a kind!
I do own apple products (the iPhone seduced me! I swear) but yes, I was pleased to see that it got removed. That’s the second objectionable app in the last few months that have required protest to remove. It’s odd because Apple itself is LGBT friendly, extending benefits to partners, etc. Gah. Whoever is minding the store, so to speak, doesn’t seem to be exercising much common sense in filtering out certain offensive apps…
once you manage to rip yourself away from the seduction of the iphone, and your contract comes up for renewal, you might want to look at the HTC desire, if they have them on your side of the pond. OH has one, and he loves it to bits! (and I’m jealous. wannnnnt!)
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