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I have an Avon web site... that you should buy from.... Aug. 29th, 2005 @ 06:57 pm

Heck a boi needs to get through college somehow... If you order from the site Comment becuase i am running a speical deal for people from lj... on the comment i just need you real name... and it will be screened


X-posted everywhere Gym buddy Jul. 19th, 2005 @ 09:55 am
I need a work out buddy bad.... I have a little more than 3 weeks to get totally tones for my 1st time going out as an 18 year old any takers...


Apr. 28th, 2005 @ 08:06 pm
I am a 20 year old bisexual female from the state of Indiana in the United States. I receive newletters from the Human Rights Campaign and was recently informed of a bill introduced to the U.S. Congress that would repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy currently enforced among homosexuals in the United States Military. Basically, any known homosexual will be prevented from joining the military or discharged from the military simply because they are gay. This new bill, called the Military Readiness Enhancement Act, would do away with "don't ask, don't tell" and institute complete tolerance of homosexuals in the military.

I wrote to my state representative, voicing my opinion on the bill, and asking him to support it. My request was denied. Apparently, my congressman believes that "homosexual activity is prejudicial to the good order and discipline of the armed services. For that reason, [he] oppose[s] any efforts that would allow known homosexuals to enter into or continue service in the military."

Now, I'm not a naive person, and I did not expect miracles. But I do believe that this world is gradually changing. As homosexual, bisexual, and transgender people are being more open about their sexuality, we are starting to be accepted for who and what we are. Change will not happen in a day... it may not even happen in a decade.

However, we need to let our voices be heard now, so that we can start changing the future one person at a time. For this reason, I'm asking you, whoever you are, wherever you're from, and whatever your sexuality is, to write to the United States Congress in support of this bill. It may not be passed and made into law, but at least we will let the U.S. government know that gay, bi, and transgender people everywhere are willing to stand up for their rights.

If you've gotten this far, thank you for reading, and please show your support for all homosexuals in the military by writing a letter today.

Megan LeRoy

(Cross-posted to many, many communities)

Mar. 2nd, 2005 @ 05:08 pm
Does anyone happen to know where online I can get eps of 'The L Word'?

Jan. 6th, 2005 @ 09:08 pm
Hey, I'm a noob here. I don't live in BC, but I live not far away in Hastings. I am a bisexual girl (who did have major transsexual issues for a couple years), I am 20 years old, I am disabled, and I am preparing to move into my own place, hopefully in the next month or two. I am glad to be a part of the community.
And to answer the previous post, yes, I did vote on the gay marrige ballot.
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To begin with Same sex couples cannot get married in the State of Michigan, if you were able to vote on this and you didn't SHAME... this is making it so people who truly love eachother can't get married... unlike those people who go out and get married for 48 hours and say they did it because they were drunk and didn't know what they were doing... Brittney Spears being one... and to 90% of the celebs and other people out there that get married for less than a year... GAWD THIS ISSUE HAS PISSED ME OFF... Who the hell is it gonna hurt if I want to marry my same sex partner... mmmmmm I think no one, if you don't want to do it then don't but don't make it so I can't marry someone I love.

Also in watching the news today I saw the Senate Majority leader on NBC when asked the question "Do you think Bush will change in the next 4 years?" he totally danced around the question and came back to the fact that republicans gained a whole 4 seats in the senate... and then had the nerve to say that since the gain of 4 seats happened that showed that Bush has changed... I was thinking to myself NO HE FUCKING HASN'T... this just means he can continue his power trip... and then when they went around the world and people were pissed that Bush might win.. lets think about that, if other countries don't want Bush as OUR president then why should he be our President... I think that he is gonna make the US even more hated in the next 4 years.. we are gonna end up having 8 years of damage that no one will be able to make up... he has already fucked us once and will probably fuck us over again.. down with BUSH... we want someone else in that White House.
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hi...i haven't poasted in here for a while but i will tell ya'lls the same old stuff...my name is brent and i live in marshall...if any of you want to get to know me a lil more just email me at stagebrent@yahoo.com
love peace and booty greace...
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17 male here, Bi >_> didn't know such a place existed, something new every day, so Hello and such =)
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Hey Everyone!!! My name is Alex, and I too live in this plot of land we call Battle Creek. I really can't stand it here, but I am stuck here for a short while longer. I guess it is good to know that I'm not the only gay boy here. (I really did know this already) notellmotel and I go to school together at good old HCHS. Anyway I just wanted to say "HI!". I'd really like to get to know some great people in BC. PEace OUt, Alex
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