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[24 Aug 2007|11:51pm]


Главный праздник года надвигается))) И мы сможем отметить его вместе!!!

 5 сентября! 
(Это среда, начало party в 19.00) 

В программе:
выступление артистов мюзикла We Will Rock You, 
праздничная шоу-программа, 
и как всегда, любимая музыка QUEEN! 
... а также, на время праздника, клуб УДАР превращается в галерею лучших фото Фредди! 

Приветствуются желающие прийти в костюмах Фредди Меркьюри - для вас специальные подарки.


vote for matthew 2 [25 Feb 2007|09:38pm]
An online gay magazine is holding a poll:


An appeal [21 Jan 2007|04:47pm]

Firstly, I apologize if this sort of post isn’t allowed, but I found this community to be relevant to my search, so here I am.

I run gsa_lj, one of the largest and fastest growing gay-straight alliances on LiveJournal. However, despite our initial mission to be a support network for youth, the focus of the community has evolved. Our members are largely educated, mature, and eager to expand their horizons. Previous outreach efforts have been made to teachers, parents, and those of faith in an effort to diversify our ranks.

Personally, I'm a gay Republican with a libertarian streak, but most members are much more liberal. Gay rights is a major focus of conversation.

Discussion of relevant politics and current events are common, but the community is multi-faceted. I’m attempting to further increase the level of intellectual discourse, by focusing on more politically interested individuals. We’re always looking to better ourselves.

I ask that you join our efforts, if you’re interested in such issues. At the very least, check out the community. See the type of posts and comments that are present. Read our user-info page, and see for yourself why our members are satisfied. I have a feeling you’ll be impressed.

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me.


Hey! Questions please. [25 Aug 2006|12:21pm]

[ mood | cheerful ]

Okay, my school's GSA is wanting to get some ideas for what to do around our school and community...to like... promote gay rights and stuff.

But. I was wondering if you guys could suggest anything to me? We have a lot of ideas, but if theres anything you guys come up with that may work, I'll tell it to our sponsers.

Thanks! :D


[01 May 2005|01:15am]
My highschool did The Laramie Project. And I must say, it was probably the best play I've ever seen. So emotional, yet so amazing. I felt like I knew Matthew by the end of it. "I didn't know the magnitude at which people can hate". Just thought I'd tell you guys. By the way, I'm pretty new here. *waves*
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[12 Apr 2005|10:21pm]

[ mood | activisty! ]

Okay, you guys. xD My friend's girlfriend said this a while ago and I thought you all would get a kick out it.

"Every time a Republican dies, a gay angel gets its wings."

I don't know whether it's my deep-seated hatred of Republican views or the visualization of this statement that makes it so funny to me, but whatever.

Just thought I'd share.

And also remind those of you participating that tomorrow is Day of Silence so don't forget!

And that's all, I think. xD

<3 Jess


The Day of Silence [31 Mar 2005|11:15am]

[ mood | determined ]

Join over 450,000 students at over 4,000 K-12 schools and colleges
across the country in this year's Day of Silence! If you're a student or
student club you can register your participation and organizations can
be come Organizational Endorsers... all online at:


The Day of Silence, a project of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education
Network (GLSEN) in collaboration with the United States Student
Association (USSA), is a student-led day of action where those who
support making anti-LGBT bias unacceptable in schools take a day-long
vow of silence to recognize and protest the discrimination and
harassment -- in effect, the silencing -- experienced by LGBT students
and their allies.

This is what some of the cards say for those participating in this:

"Please understand my reasons for not speaking today. I support lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights. People who are silent today believe that laws and attitudes should be inclusive of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. The Day of Silence is to draw attention to those who have been silenced by hatred, oppression, and prejudice. Think abou the voices you are not hearing. What can you do to end the silence?"

Make your own card, poster, anything with this message on it! (I've already done so) Spread the word and support the rights for EVERYONE!

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Website Promote [29 Mar 2005|07:31pm]

I hope I don't piss off the Mod. ^_^ I just wanted to promote a site I found. I thought it was interesting and I just wanted to share.

Don't worry, there's no r-rated pictures. ;)

If you and your partner are wanting to be a married couple and can't stand Bush's stupid laws that gay couples can't get married then go to this site. It's well worth it. You have to be over 18 to apply and living together. At least I think you have to be living together. haha. But I do know you have to be 18 or over.

If you could help spread the word too, that would be great. Thank you!

Good luck.

Never forget [12 Oct 2004|12:24pm]

[ mood | indescribable ]

I'm very suprised no one's posted this yet.

October 12, 1998

Six years ago today, Matthew Shepard was murdered for being homosexual.

What will you do to end the silence?

Click here to post this on your own page or weblog
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Homophobic dancehall music [27 Sep 2004|07:35pm]

Here is the website to the Black newspaper The Voice:-


On the top-right is the chance to vote whether dancehall music incites violence against gays. Click here:-


to find out more about these homophobic Reggae acts. If we can vote and send out a clear message that being Anti-Gay is deplorable, perhaps we can effect a change in the often-times homophobic world in which we live.

blaaaaaaaah [04 Aug 2004|07:23pm]

[ mood | apathetic ]

I don't know if this is allowed, but I thought I'd share anyway. I made some emoticons in the style of Deviant Art's type. Yay, me.


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[03 Aug 2004|12:05pm]
[ mood | tired ]

My mother asked me, this morning, to pull up her email inbox for her since I was on her computer for a sec and she was getting out of the shower.

In her inbox, I found that she's on the email list of Jerry Falwell, for the "anti-gay marriage" stance.

Now, I've always known my mother is a party-before-country overly-religious Republican, but when your daughter is pansexual, you'd think she wouldn't be supporting such a hateful act against me. Then again, she tells me daily that she hates me, so I guess it makes perfect sense. Still pisses me off, though.

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[01 Aug 2004|12:02am]

I put this in my journal, and I decided to post it in here too. A few days ago, I was on my way somewhere and these 2 people were standing on the side of the road.

Read more...Collapse )
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[22 Jul 2004|11:53pm]


ignorant fuck.
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[15 Jul 2004|02:31am]

[ mood | Overjoyed, bitches! ]

I don't know why no one's posted this yet.. but...


We did it! Just moments ago, the Federal Marriage Amendment lost in the Senate by a stunning, bipartisan vote of 50-48. We won this historic victory for two reasons: First, because the politics of division don't work, and second: the votes were on our side.


So yes. I am extremely happy about this, and you should be too! Because.. you should. And it is good news. And is awesome. And we all just kick so much ass.

And don't you love the rumours about Kerry and Edwards? They make my life so much more amusing. And I would love to see them win. Just to be like.. ``OH! TAKE THAT, REPUBLICANS! DIE!`` And it would be fun. xD

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[13 Jul 2004|04:37pm]

[ mood | dorky ]


BREAKING NEWS: the Senate Republican leadership turned down an offer from the Democrats for a vote on the substance of the Federal Marriage Amendment and instead filed for cloture on the amendment. Cloture is a procedural motion that limits debate in the Senate (and pre-empts any attempts at filibustering). The Republican leadership could change its strategy yet again, but as of now the vote on cloture is expected to take place on Wednesday, July 14 at 12pm.

Today -- Tuesday -- the day before the Senate votes on cloture for the Federal Marriage Amendment, please help us narrow the gap even more. For one day, make your Senators' phones ring off the hook with 100,000 calls from constituents like you.



[12 Jul 2004|08:18pm]

I don't know if this will work... buuut...

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[29 Jun 2004|06:54pm]
weither or not this was posted before....






[18 Jun 2004|06:46pm]
I live in CT and its great with Mass. legalizing gay marriages. The only problem is that now you have to live in Mass. to get married there. All these people have to understand that its not just two people of the same sex getting married...but two people in love that are happy. Thats all that should matter.

Where NOT to go on holiday this year... [16 Jun 2004|03:32pm]

[ mood | stressed ]

In April, Virginia passed a law stating that- on top of marriage and civil unions- banning all contracts between homosexuals and homosexual relationships.

I found the site, Virginia Is For Haters, on the news and I decided to check it out. Basically, the whole thing is a play on Virginia's tourism slogan, "Virginia is For Lovers".

Virginia Is For Haters.

For more information, please check it out. They're boycotting all tourism in Virginia. I live in Virginia Beach, which is so heavily visited by tourists, so I know how much our city depends on tourism. Revoking it is a brilliant idea.

My family's English, and I've never been patriotic and I've always hated Virginia, but this takes the cake...


8 fought for their right Fight!

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