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Gay Bashing…

So, I was at a “Coming Out Dance” a few days ago and the dance was interrupted by a gay bashing. According to my sources a gay man was socked in the face by heterosexual man ( I will leave race out of this ). Of course, I suspect the gay man was edging the heterosexual man on. However, why do you think socking someone in their face would solve anything? Also, what are you trying to prove by doing so?

Please, enlighten me, why do people resort to violence? Has our society not grown from the past? It is as if the “past is repeating” First, with the Woman’s Movement, then with desegregation of Blacks, and now with the LGBT community, all striving for acceptance. Must we have to go through such idiotic treatment because people still can’t get past their differences and just accept.

Lastly, I wanna leave with this,  just like Martin Luther King said, we must fight without using violence. We must use our minds to influence through words, politics, and movements. I cannot emphasize this enough.

Please, let me know your thoughts on this. If you know anyone that has been a victim of gay bashing please share their story. Also, if you feel as though gay bashing is appropriate then let me know why?

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Isolated Ignorance

We have all been through this at one time or another and that is ignorance.  No matter if you’re a lesbian, bi, gay, transgendered, intersexed or even a cis-gendered person (A male or a female who was born in their gender and or sex and is completely content with themselves), you have had some form of ignorance bestowed upon you.

It’s not comfortable and is something that tremendously needs to be addressed, for example; If you’re a gay male, a ignorant person may come up and say, “Hey! Do you take it up the butt?”, likely your first chain reaction is to be lost for words and you’re likely going to be standing there awkwardly…But in your mind you’re going to be thinking, “Why is this person asking me something so personal? Do they have any decency?! And of all times and places…Why now?”

My train of thought is, why is it their business? Their not your sexual partner, neither are they someone close to you, it’s sickening and rude, it’s like asking a cis-gendered male, ‘Hey! Do you do your girlfriend in the front?”, it’s just a question that is taboo and not meant to be asked…At least not publicly and in such a crude manner.

You may be asking me why am I bringing up this resentful topic, it’s because throughout my entire course in this life I have had myriad amounts of ignorant occasions come up and even to this very day I could probably retain about half of these vehement moments and it makes me depressed and isolated sometimes and I want you the COMMUNITY, the FUTURE to know that hope is beaming up and through this petrifying time of struggle and chaos…Ignorance is starting to dwell down and people of all parts of life are just accepting people for who they are and not even wanting to ask them questions, they JUST ACCEPT THEM and that’s something that all of us should remember and practice on a daily basis because you may never know, there might be a person sitting next to you on a train, a bus, a plane or you might even pass them by on the street and they might need a friend or someone there to cheer them up through their sorrows and pain and you might just be the person to help with that — But remember, don’t be ignorant and really try to listen to their woes because in the end, they may help you back against ignorant people, in this small, small world — Written by velvetheaven

A Mystery Lingering In the Masquerade

Well as a member of the LGBT(QI) community: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender/Sexual, Queer/Questioning, Hermaphrodite/Intersex community…I normally do not fit into the standards of the LGBT community as a hermaphrodite (The OLDER term) most people in the community do not believe that intersex (The MODERN term) people should be in the community but we all do fight for the same ecstatic rights.

Now on to the story, as a student at OHS (Ontario High School) and being a hermaphrodite that likely narrows down who I could be to one person. Since being a hermaphrodite is a rare and few far in between chance you all likely know who I am…Rumors spread around fast and almost everyone knows me. Besides what you may: Hear, see, feel, think or believe about me I am actually a very gentle, nice, clumsy but yet a smart person.

You likely want me to get to the good stuff? So here we go — A hermaphrodite is someone who is GENETICALLY BORN as both a male and a female…This includes the penis and the vagina…BUT! BUT! Unlike what most people believe, the two sex organs are not apart; It’s like a fusion between the both in the midst. No I cannot get myself pregnant. No I cannot “do myself” and no I cannot get “morning wood” or the such.

The thing is when I was born along with other herms., the parents can choose right then and there if they want the vagina sewed up or the penis sewed away…But because of the brave and strong LGBTQI community (Woot!); This cannot be done as much as the last decade or so — Because imagine growing up as an “male” but internally your mind, your brain and your heart is all female. So basically it’s like being a female with a pooner…You wouldn’t want that? And that’s why it has been voided.

The case with me is I take hormones and they keep my testosterone and estrogen at BALANCED levels so that I don’t have to worry about being too male or too female… (Explains my in between voice and both male and female details) which sort of sits right in the middle till I decide when I’m 18 what I truly desire to be. The penis I have is non-active and yes I have my period and can have a baby and like any typical girl it comes out the hoochy…LOL.

The penis I would tell most people is like having EXTRA SKIN, it has the mold and shape of a pen but is just dead skin and it doesn’t exist in the outside like a typical male but it’s buried WAY WAY deep in my no-no zone.

I’ve grown up to flourish and accept myself along with others for whom they are (Including Bobby) and love every person for being who they are. If all people were the shades (Black or white) then why do we have gray in the middle?

People do pick on me everyday and harass me…Calling me, “Slut”, “Man”, “Lady GaGa”, “Man-Lady” and other immature names and I’m not going to sit here and lie saying it doesn’t hurt because it does hurt but I’ve learned not to take the simple stuff and make more heavy rain then people already shower upon me.

Ending this VERY VERY LONG story…I just wish to say to any and all people who; Take the pain that people give you ’cause obviously it’s going to be there but retro-swap it into a lavish energy that you can use to leave those haters in the dust. FIN. >:]

Contributed by velvetheaven

Female Condoms?!

Apparently they make female condoms to condone safe sex….

I didn’t that XD!!! Well, power to innovation!!

If you have any details/facts on this please contact me :).

Info provided by Starlight


Info received so far: http://www.undercovercondoms.com/Condoms/Reality/3976/Female-Condom.html?kw=Female+Condoms+Exact+AGroup&gclid=CL275fv7r6ECFRNFgwodqBXz_w&utm_source=7&utm_medium=ppc&utm_term=Female%20Condoms%20Exact%20AGroup&utm_campaign=7

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My “name” is nightstar23 or star. I am 14 and about a month ago I made a shocking discovery that I was bisexual. The weird thing is I didn’t know it until I asked my bestie (lets call her jade) if she was bi one morning after having an amazingly ironic dream about her and another close friend making out 0.o. So I asked her that morning and she told me in secrecy that she honestly didn’t know. Then she told me that the reason she was questioning herself was becuz her ex bf confided in her that he is fact bi. When she told me that she was bi there was no doubt in my eyes that I was too. I could see our whole life’s pass b4 my eyes.

That day I was in a blur of confusion. I was in love with my best friend who I kept nothing from. So the next day I asked her if she had figured things out yet. She simply said she was relatively sure she was bi. Then I told her. She was relieved that I could relate. I know her well and was able to recognize that she had feelings for me. So on the next day, which was a Monday, at lunch I asked her if she liked me, she refused to reply. It was only hours then before we started dating.

That is when we more officially entered the community. Once I entered the closet I found that there was a whole secret society living there already. The closet is like Narnia, once you enter it’s a whole other world.
Though the closet is hard such as having to listen to criticism from others in silent because if we say anything we will seem overly defensive. In the halls, in my home, the discrimination is everywhere. I think it is well worth it. I love my gf with all my heart. We have entered this world together, I have been her best friend for about two years. We have told some of our closer friends and they were happy for us and said we make a cute couple. One of them admitted to being bi after I informed her I was and get this shes the same one that I had a dream was kissing jade!! I am happy. I am hiding in the closet. and I am not alone.

-thanks for listening this is the shortened version

Contributed by Nightstar23

Hey mom I’m bi…..

Hello!!

Well “for the purposes of this site” you may call me blondie1015 XP. So lets begin, my mother is a lesbian and I’ve grown up with having a gay mom my whole life. I always questioned whether I liked girls. When I was in preschool I had a girlfriend but to me that was normal until I got older. And that’s when I started being with boys. I liked and still do like boys but…there was one person, who was a female, that i couldn’t deny my attraction. It was so weird. And well, I’m with her now. We have an amazing relationship. It’s very solid and I’m not scared of anything when I’m with her. Being with her has allowed me to discover so many things about my self. Like the fact I’m attracted to other girls as well as boys. I guess you can call me bisexual but the funny thing is that i never used to believe in bisexuals. i thought it was just a comfort zone. like your able to be gay without having to fully admit it. but hey, look at me. so i guess I’m still trying to figure that out. As for my mom, she doesn’t understand at all!!! She thinks I’m one of those straight girls that just wants to ef with a gay girls emotions. (obviously not) my mom’s mom sat me down and had a long convo with me because she was scared for me. She said she couldn’t help me with anything because she can not imagine what it’s like being with a girl. and that i would be able to contract std’s more easily because how can you protect yourself if it’s two girls?? (I don’t even know really) My other grandma is super religious, I’m scared to even tell her…she looks at me as her perfect angel.. Judgments come from every end of the spectrum, even my mother who is gay cannot understand what it means to be “bisexual”. It still is sometimes hard because im torn between wanting a “normal” relationship (boy/girl) and wanting to be with the person i love so much. Sometimes it’s soo confusing. But in the end…she makes me happy. And shouldn’t that be all that matters?? Why does the world feel the need to get involved with other people’s relationships. geez loo-eez. well, i love her…and that’s my story 😉

Contributed by blondie1015

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