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5th-Oct-2009 05:08 pm - Probably
 the greatest thing i've ever seen

4th-Oct-2009 01:45 pm - Horrible News!

 Everyone just thinks I’m a raging lesbian and I want to see everyone’s boobs. Sorry, I’m not." 
Elly Jackson

I'll believe it when I see it. In the meantime I'm just going to keep watching this video and pretending otherwise.

29th-Aug-2009 01:53 pm - Uhhhhhhhhhhhh
Okay usually I'm not super into Kate Moennig like every other lesbian in the world but 

i rest my case
27th-Aug-2009 07:46 pm - That's Gay - Lady Kisses

20th-Aug-2009 03:24 pm - My New Celebrity Crush

Ashley Merriman is going to be on Top Chef this season.

Sigh. Must I commit to watching another reality TV show? Perhaps.
17th-Aug-2009 09:42 am - Women in the Military

Fitting In in a Military Life Alongside Men


American military women have changed the way the United States goes to war, without the disruption of discipline and unit cohesion that some feared.

NO WAY! You mean, women can fight in the military and do the SAME THINGS as men? What's next, gays in the military? 

Despite the problems with this article, I'm glad the topic is getting a lot of coverage. My thoughts go out to my sisters in Iraq. They fight with courage each day, some giving their lives for our country, and many are harassed and victims of sexual assault. Even though the article downplays it, it is a huge concern. 

Let us not forget about LaVena Johnson, and the HUNDREDS of women who have been sexually assaulted at military bases oversees. Let us not forget that women in Iraq who have been raped are shamed into silence and most rapes go unreported. Let us not forget that women who are raped often do not have access to counseling services, emergency contraception, or abortion. 

"As retired U.S. Army Reserve Colonel, Ann Wright, noted, one in three women who join the military will be raped or sexually assaulted by servicemen. Of the 94 military women who died in Iraq or during Operation Iraqi Freedom, 36 died from injuries unrelated to combat. While a number of them were ruled as suicides and homicides, 15 deaths remain which smell of suspicion. For example, eight women from Fort Hood, Texas died of so-called “non-combat related injuries” at Camp Taji, three of whom were raped before their deaths."

Let us first and foremost be proud of our servicewomen but let us not forget what continues to happen in Iraq.

2nd-Aug-2009 05:47 pm - Great weekend.
A gunman opened fire on a GSA meeting in Tel Aviv and killed two people, including a 16 year old girl.  

Of course this is after the Outgames were bombed.

And people wonder why we need hate crime legislation. 
1st-Jul-2009 09:07 am - Come Together To Prevent My Murder
 Chilling article from RHReality Check written by the director of the Allentown Women's Center
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