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Monday, January 2nd, 2006
4:15 pm
so my grandma is being all stupid about me being bi and about me supporting gay and lesbian rights. she basically is a big bitch. she BURNT my rainbow flag. because she said it wasnt of god.
oh what the f**k

Current Mood: kjghjfhjfgljf
Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
11:16 pm
Ahhh...Lot's of fun coming up.

First of all...
The Henry Foss GSA will be fundraising for The Matthew Shepard Foundation soon!

April 13th 2005 is The National Day of Silence That I encourage everyone to take part in! I wrote an article for our school's newspaper a/b it and I'll probably post it later.

And if you are interested in starting a GSA at your school I recommend visiting The GSA Network


Current Mood: giggly
Monday, March 28th, 2005
2:59 pm
GO GAY PEOPLE! sorry, i know it's random, but i don't really care....anywayz...cioall later..

Current Mood: bouncy
Thursday, February 3rd, 2005
5:37 pm
Alison emailed me this....

Last month, the constitutional amendment to ban marriage equality for same-sex couples was reintroduced in the Senate, with the full support of the President.

Last week, conservative leaders and the Secretary of Education attacked PBS for including families headed by same-sex couples in videos that introduce children to diversity in American society. The message? "GLBT families are unsuitable for children to know about, or for taxpayer-funded programming to represent."

And just last night, in his State of the Union address, President Bush renewed his support for a constitutional amendment to ban marriage for same-sex couples, choosing the divisive path of supporting the narrow interests of extremist elements of his party over uniting the American people.
Wednesday, February 2nd, 2005
11:03 pm
Yesterday, I was watching Larry King and he had these Evangelists who believe in the exact opposite things that I believe in. I was talking to my friend, Spencer (who is straight and a Jehovah's Witness) this morning during Art Design about their stances on gays and lesbians raising children. One of the Evangelists said he wouldn't want his children being raised by two men or two women because then the couple would impose their values (I'm assuming they think gays are evil or something) upon the child. Apparently, a child is supposed to be raised by a loving heterosexual couple. The Evangelist guy asked Larry King if he would want his child raised by two men or two women. Larry said he would because they would make better parents than two people who cheat on each other or who hit each other. I think he might be my new hero.

Anyway, somehow Spencer and I started talking about whether or not homosexuality is a choice or someone is born that way. I believe the latter; him the former. I told him, if it was indeed a choice, why would someone who is gay or lesbian "choose" to be discriminated against by homophobes? I realize that some gays and lesbians don't care what heterosexuals think but a lot of them do. In the end, he didn't change my mind and I didn't change his. I think we're pretty much set with our opinions. What's your opinion on this issue?

Current Mood: sleepy
Tuesday, February 1st, 2005
11:42 pm
Stop Violence against women

I thought it was kind of appropriate here as well.
Wednesday, January 19th, 2005
6:22 pm
Okay I know I'm going post happy, but here's another one. If there are any republicans that are a part of this community... Sorry but I simply couldn't resist (the devil made me do it! since I'm going to hell anyway...)

This takes a minute to load but it's so worth it!


It's the "second term" one

5:20 pm
This was emailed to me...So so true... And very very scary...

Click here to watch the ad now.

Sunday, January 16th, 2005
9:40 pm
Tuesday (since there is no school Monday thank god) I'm going to bring in "The Laramie Project" to watch. It's about an hour and a half.
It's about Matthew Shepard and it changed my world. I hope everyone will come and for those that can't...GO RENT IT NOW! Plz kthnx bye
Monday, January 10th, 2005
8:13 pm
For people in Tacoma:

Drag Night: “Breaking Ground,” Jan. 21, 7 p.m.
Main Campus  This fun evening includes a show; a gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender resource fair; and food. Sponsored by Tacoma Community College Student Programs and TCC’s Pride & Allies Club. 253.566.5118. Admission: $3 students; $5 general. Tacoma Community College Main Campus, Opgaard Student Center, Building 11, 6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma.

mwahaha. wouldn't tha tbe fun?

Current Mood: sick
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005
10:30 pm
Hello all!

Yay! posting! but I havent a thing to say... oh well...

So I tried to download QaF season 1, but then, it wouldnt work... so I went and watched Gravitation...

Shuichi is soo cute!
Tuesday, January 4th, 2005
8:52 pm
*lust lust*
i was drooling over qaf and the l word at hollywood video today. i even started petting hal sparks... *sigh* i didn't get them, i doubt my mum would've gone for them.
8:35 pm
Was thinking about religion as it was brought up recently at my church (woot Lutherans) thought ppl might find this link interesting (I have the pictured handout if anyone wants to read the whole thing)


Ok. I'll talk to y'all later! Love much! Ciao!

Current Mood: good
3:42 pm
Just some interesting sites for everyone that I personally visit often (I'll post them in the userinfo as well)

Human Rights Campaign
PFLAG Tacoma
Pierce County AIDS
Seattle Pride

A message against 'tolerance'
Just because I hate and despise that word...Read it. Hal's a genius.

Current Mood: sick
Monday, January 3rd, 2005
9:13 pm
Welcome to the Gay Straight Alliance community! Come on Post! You know you want too!

Current Mood: accomplished
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