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singles in california [05 Oct 2005|09:37am]
no one is single anymore?
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LBT Takeover [04 Oct 2005|05:38pm]

Well, as many of you know, this past weekend was Gay Days at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. While I couldn't go to the evnt, I did work both days and walked the park a bit before and after work, and I've gotta say, I could not be more disappointed. This was for a variety of reasons, but here's my number-one issue: rather than a park full of my "family," I saw a park full of middle aged gay men. Where were the lesbians? The bisexuals? The transpeaople? Granted, I work at Hungry Bear, home of the "bear lover" meet-up, but still. I literally saw less than 5 red-shirt-clad women the entire weekend. Those I did were in their 40s. I began to realize that, despite having one meet-up a day specifically for women and a couple for youth, these men are the people Gay Days really target. And, for a 19-year-old dyke hoping to meet others like herself, this is damned disappointing.

So I'm proposing that we stage an LBT takeover. Either at next years' Gay Days or (this is my preference, especially because I don't feel like waiting another whole year after spending the whole last year looking forward to this), on our own day. Which is not to say your average, everyday gay man can't come, but this is not targeted at them. Just like we can come to Gay Days, but it's not targeted at us. Hell, we could even give the guys a little meet-up.

So, who's with me?

Official site for Anaheim Gay Days is here.

X-posted like crazy.
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[05 Dec 2004|02:21pm]
GOD! are there any single girls in Southern Cali anymore. I want a girlfriend by new years :( Thats me in the icon. I'm not shallow like most girls are, from experience I've had that is.
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lesbian/ queer sex and sexuality survey [01 Nov 2004|02:39pm]
lesbian/ queer sex and sexuality survey

The first national qualitative study and survey in the
united states on and about lesbian/ queer sex and
sexuality. Based off the Kinsey reports. please take
the survey with the following link and pass along to
others, the more responses that we get the better and
more accurate the results.
We look forward to hearing from you

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hopeless [08 Aug 2004|03:29pm]
god. are there any singles from california anymore?
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New Community [21 Jul 2004|01:03am]

[ mood | hyper ]

Hey ladies, check out this community! No worries, there are no rude bashers here. Enjoy! lesbos4hire

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hello! [13 May 2004|08:31pm]

shameless self promotion...

do you like ebay? silver? gold? copper? crystals? handmade jewelry? (or maybe your significant other likes these things?) please check this out!!

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[13 May 2004|05:00pm]
Anyone in here from Southern California?
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hey [01 May 2004|07:53pm]
Hello. Are there any SINGLE lesbians here from Southern California? That aren't shallow and dont base upon someones appearance that would like to get to know me?
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Rainbow Strike starts today [13 Mar 2004|09:13pm]

Rainbow Strike* http://www.rainbowstrike.org/


The Rainbow Strike begins today!

Don't forget....if you are participating, the first Rainbow Strike starts today and continues for the next two weeks.

We're not saying you need to huddle naked in a dark corner of your unheated home and suffer the excruciating agony of caffeine withdrawal while you hum tunelessly to yourself - but the fewer goods and services you purchase for the next two weeks, the better.

Items that incur a sales tax should be avoided as much as possible. Items sold by companies that have supported anti-queer politicians or who have patently evil agendas should, obviously, be avoided until their policies change. Where possible, buy from queer-friendly companies.
Keep track of the money you would have spent on double foam lattes and bitchin' clubwear, and donate it to the pro-queer organization of your choice.

Tell as many people as you can about the strike, including the companies you are boycotting. Tell them why you aren't buying their product or service, and tell them that you demand change, now, or you will continue not being their customer.

Do it again at the end of the next fiscal quarter until we get heard and respected.

*I'm not part of organizing this & feel it's a great idea but needs to be more specific about what companies to *definetly* boycott & to take a good look at how interconnected companies are

Also, t-shirts & cards (by cafepress) are on the way. I don't see it's success without a way of letting orgs. Know we're striking against them. Or how people will be able to maintain the strike without community.

Any feedback, suggestions or t-shirt ideas can be directed here.


Queer Consumer Strike, March 13th through March 27th [26 Feb 2004|08:10pm]

[ mood | excited ]

Please pass this on to as many people as you can. We can make an impact!!!
Information about an interactive Web site will soon follow

I am merely a messenger. Please post any comments at the original post. Respond at original post Website info will be posted there and I'll post it in your community as well.

I (epilady's co-worker) propose that we all go on a consumer strike for 2 weeks. From March 13th through March 27th, don't buy anything you don't need--no luxury or leisure items (which are often taxed at higher rates).

A friend/coworker of epilady wrote this letter. Look for a website with more details soon, but for now, pass this on
Hello all,

During this human rights crisis, all of us - whether gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered-and our supporters need to take action if we want the same rights as other Americans.

It goes against everything America claims to stand for to manipulate the
constitution with discriminatory amendments. Protecting the civil rights of every American-not just the majority of Americans-is a part of the Constitution's original design.

President Bush and all of his supporters now trying to ban gay marriage need to feel the direct impact of our community. Remember that our nation is strongly capitalist based and it's all about money at the end of the day.

I propose that we all go on a consumer strike for 2 weeks. From March 13th through March 27th, don't buy anything you don't need--no luxury or leisure items (which are often taxed at higher rates).

If we aren't good enough to get married, then the states don't need our money, either. Let them feel it where it hurts. This is something that we all can do.

Please distribute this message widely!

I also suggest that we pledge to donate the $$ we would have spent that week to an org like MoveOn, HRC, or Millionformarriage and pass the list of pledge names on to major papers so they get the point that our money, our votes, and our lives are not to be trifled with.


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Remember Valentine's Day? [25 Feb 2004|12:24pm]


Last night I was about to climb the walls with anxiety over the 10,000 things I need to do on deadline. This political bs isn't helping since I'm already a "second-class citizen", I don't have a barrel full of cultural power to lose. I'm not pleased. For some odd reason, before I lit anything on fire, I thought jokingly, "so much for being a Taoist Master" (LOL -like, yeah right & no I'm not trying to convert anyone to Taoism lol). So, I put my unwilling self to bed as I knew sleep was the one place I couldn't get myself in trouble. I was asleep in 3 minutes. Didn't even realize how tired I was & then woke up feeling great. My point is that despite whatever is going on outside, take care of your health and whatever is going on inside.

Polls show that more Americans are becoming queer-friendly since Valentine's Day. And the beautiful smiles of the newly-weds & those waiting to be married show that being picketed and cold and wet from sleeping outside in the rain can not remove our basic human dignity or our courage to express our love in the face of hatred and stigma.

So, get enough sleep, take good care of yourselves, your friends, your families. Like it or not, we are now a WE and the game is on! Go Team Go!

I couldn't find any link for "don't let idiots get under your skin" but I found this: I think they recommend herbs & such, I'm in no way recommending them or connected to the site




Checklist for Handling Overstress

-----Reduce the pace of change in your life. (haha)
-----Reduce social obligations.
-----Reduce work or school obligations.
-----Postpone changes in your living situation
-----Say "No" more often. (except call/write, whatever but don't sit around feeling helpless)
-----Eliminate possible food or environmental allergens.
-----Reduce environmental toxins.


-----Diet: Take a multivitamin, mineral, trace element preparation; stabilize your blood sugar; eat more vegetables.
-----Exercise: Twenty minutes to two hours, three times a week.
-----Don't rely on coffee, sugar, tobacco, drugs to see you through

-----Recreational reading, arts, crafts, music,
-----Religious/Spiritual Whatever

-----Set regular sleep times
-----Avoid time zone shifts or rapid changes in your work shift
-----Use daylight spectrum fluorescent lights to set your body clock's "awake time".

</i></b>VISIT A PHYSICIAN</i></b>
-----Check for hidden illness
-----Take X-tra care of anything that ails you

</i></b>VISIT A COUNSELOR</i></b>
-----Obtain help with self relaxation and general psychological counseling.

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Another stupid poll [22 Feb 2004|06:19am]

MSN Gay Marriage Poll -- VOTE

PLEASE vote -- at the moment it's about 2-1 AGAINST!

Link should be right in front of you when you open it, otherwise I think you have to sign up (takes 2 min)
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Sunday queer marriage news [22 Feb 2004|05:41am]

Register to Vote

Nationwide ban on gay marriages seen as unlikely 

For young, interest in voting grows http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/nation/8011602.htm

Most in Mass. Oppose Gay Mariage

San Francisco mayor tells A-P he made the right decisionhttp://www.wishtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=1658162

Same-Sex Newlyweds Remain in Legal Limbo

Bypasses Senate - Bush Places Anti-Gay On Bench
(Washington, D.C.) Using the Senate recess President Bush Friday installed Alabama Attorney General William Pryor on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Four Ballot Initiatives Filed To Ban Gay Marriage In Oregon
(Portland, Oregon) Groups fighting same-sex marriage have filed four ballot initiatives to amend the state constitution to define marriage as being between a man and a woman.

Conservatives Threaten To Desert Bush Over Gay Marriage

Bush v Kerry: The TV war begins

New owner is reclusive, a conservative Christian.
The new billionaire owner of the San Francisco Examiner hasn't given a substantive interview since 1974 and thoroughly protects his privacy. But it's clear that Philip Anschutz is a dealmaker of the first order.

Poll shows growing opposition to gay marriage in Massachusetts

Congressional delegation split on gay-marriage issue

Cambodian King Comments on Gay Marriages
King's site, http://www.norodomsihanouk.info

X-posted to gay_marriage, etc
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Last X-post [19 Feb 2004|06:37am]

X-posted lots. Join queer_marriage if you like these updates (I'm not promising to do them but will when possible) & I'm not X-postin' no more)

Independant Gay News Forum- not right or left

The HUMAN shirts/stickers/stuff are READY to GO.
made by barraged

Time article- explains Kerry's position, etc

Gay Marriage Brings Business for SF - just thinking how $ does the talking

Laura Bush interview - does this mean no more sex?

Chicago Mayor OK with Gay MarriageCollapse )

Gay Rights Information Taken Off Site Collapse )

X-posted to queeractivism, gay_marriage, political_queer, postqueer
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queer_marriage community [16 Feb 2004|02:50pm]


This site is not meant to replace postings in your local or favorite communities RE: queer (lesbian/gay) marriage, but meant as a centralized location.

Please post news articles, interactive sites to vote on (e.g. Fox news, ACLU) and any recent updates.

Also, feel free to post any political or contextual information relevant to the topic.

To keep everyone happily informed without pettiness here are some basic rules:

Please use LJ-cuts

No poetry.

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Sign the damn petition [12 Feb 2004|06:10pm]

Sign the petition for marriage equality at www.millionformarriage.org

if you have signed already, please get your friends to sign!  WCurrently at 260,000 signers).


+ why not continue the wave of marriage in vogue!?!

Happening now! Grab your sweetie and prance to get that paper...hey, it's a publicity stunt, but what do US politics run on? Surely city officials in NYC & Vermont are just waiting for a chance to commit civil disobediance!

Hell, I don't have a sweetie, but I might grab some random stranger and give it a go.

x-posted with love
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Get Some Bush for V-day [11 Feb 2004|03:59pm]


The President is playing politics with the Constitution for political gain in an election year - on the backs of families.

From The Washington Post, 2/11/04:  "Republican officials said Bush's decision to proceed now was driven partly by his desire to start the general election campaign on a fresh issue, at a time when his credibility has been battered by questions about prewar warnings of unconventional weapons in Iraq, as well as doubts raised by Democrats about his National Guard service."

1. Fax your members of Congress. Tell them to oppose the Musgrave anti-marriage amendment and any attempt to amend the Constitution to discriminate against GLBT Americans.  Click here or copy and paste this URL into your browser:  http://www.hrcactioncenter.org/campaign/bush_fma

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Dealing with LJ hateful posts? [01 Feb 2004|11:13am]

x-posted to various art or/and queer/lesbian/gay LJs


I just want to know what people think the best thing to do when someone posts a really hateful message 
to a community board?

Obviously the guy vaporlock is wanting a fight so he can whine about freedom of speech and his rights. (I say this not knocking free speech, but dissing people who wank over it--oh that's freedom of expression)

I know Hate Speech is/has been treated differently then free speech (don't buy it that anyone can say anything otherwise I could legally say I was you or whatever)...but I was living under a rock when the whole M&M thing happened & perhaps now people can say any hateful thing at anytime?

but how does it make people feel? There's Neo-Nazi's on LJ but this guy just sounds like a jerk and I'm not certain I want to call attention to my LJ.

It's simply that I don't want to read this garbage in the morning when I first get up.
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for Valentine's day [22 Jan 2004|07:15am]

I thought this was a great idea.

I'm crossposting it to badgrrrls, gaySeattle, gaymafia, lesbianswithdisabilities, maybe elsewhere

Consider taking an ad out in your local paper for Valentines Day telling your partner/lover/girlfriend that you love her and would marry her if you could.
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