The other band members are Jade Puget, Adam Carson, Hunter Burgan and Davey Havok is his stage name, he was born David Marchand. Just because your friend heard he was gay or you read it on some message board doesn't make it so. They're DEFINITELY gay, I caught them holding hands and plus they went to the prom together. yes there gay Extra add-in opinion: Personally, and after reading Jade's comment that he is not gay or bi, I believe Davey to be metrosexual.Davey has a clothing line called Zu boutique and a side project with Jade called Blaqk Audio. Davey is also a vegan and is a major supporter of that question and the dubiousness that I seem to exude has given people something -- not simply gossip or whether God is going to smite them for liking our band, but actually they've found strength and become more comfortable with who they are as a person. It's a wonderful side effect of what we're doing, to give someone the strength to come out of the closet to their family, or simply present themselves aesthetically in a way they feel happy with, whether or not their friends are going to be allowed to like them anymore. However, since I've made posts like this repeatedly over the years and people still refuse to believe he's not gay, I guess we'll have to keep hearing about it ad infinitum. It explains the makeup, his style, and always changing his look. When we uphold religious diversity at work — including the absence of religion completely — we stop them.
Take them.” Havok has always felt that the songs belonged more to those who listen to them then those who made them, but this time around he was even happier to give them new ownership.
If we turn against each other because of religious garb, we will turn against each other for every other reason under the sun, and then where will the turning end?
It is OK to live and let live — not everybody has to be the same, like Wonder Bread.
That means you may go for months—or even years—feeling like you’re constantly being thrown for a loop by everyone else’s whims. If leaders don’t set clear boundaries on when they will and won’t be available to answer constituents’ and colleagues’ questions, they never feel like they have a break.
Most constituents don’t know what’s reasonable in your position, so for everyone to be happy you need to let them know what to expect. What do you suggest to set time expectations about email, voicemail, etc.?