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Mon, Feb. 9th, 2004, 06:16 pm
classiccaddygrl: (no subject)

Hey, it would be really sweet if y'all could help me and read what I have so far for my paper in History of Sexual Identity. Any comments and/or help would be awesome!!!

Before the early 1900s,Collapse )

Mon, Feb. 9th, 2004, 01:11 pm
classiccaddygrl: (no subject)

I don't think you're supposed to advertise for private communities, but I'm just so excited! *muah*

Yo everyone, I made my very 1st community, I'm all excited. It's for lesbian, bisexual, and tranny girls who live in the Seattle area. Please visit this link and join my community!!! It's called "gaygirlseattle"


Mon, Feb. 9th, 2004, 12:40 pm
classiccaddygrl: x-posted but READ if you live in WA state

If you are active in the GLBTQ community, or just believe in equal rights for everyone...and you live in the state of Washington, read ahead! Or forward this to your Washingtonian friends/famil members. *muah* Y'all are great!

HB 1809 : Law against Discrimination that includes LGBTs


While we are generally a social group, sometimes things get political. As you may know, the State Legislature is on the cusp of passing a law to include "sexual orientation" and "gender expression" in the state's civil rights law that currently bars “discrimination in employment, in credit and insurance transactions, in places of public resort, accommodation, or amusement, and in real property transactions because of race, creed, color, national origin, families with children, sex, marital status,” and disability.

The bill passed the House 59-39 and now is coming for vote in the Senate, which has been the traditional barrier to passage. The fate of the bill will be decided within next two weeks, so now is the time to act.

Please speak out now!

Virtually all the Democrats are favorable to passage, but sponsors need eight Republican votes in the Senate. If your senator is Republican, it is extremely important for you to let him or her know how you feel. You can email your senator directly (referring to HB 1809). Here is the Puget Sound map of districts and senators (and email addresses):


In the Sno-Isle WSG area, three districts are represented by Republicans:

42nd District
Northern Bellingham and North and Western Whatcom County

Sen. Dale Brandland (R)
Legislative Office:
106B Newhouse Building
P.O. Box 40442
Olympia, WA 98504-0442
Telephone: (360) 786-7682
Fax: (360) 786-1999
e-mail: brandlan_da@leg.wa.gov

39th District
Arlington, Granite Falls, Monroe and points east in Snohomish County (and Skykomish)
Sedro Wooley and east in Skagit County (and far eastern Whatcom County)

Sen. Val Stevens (R)
Legislative Office:
105 Irving R. Newhouse Building
P.O. Box 40439
Olympia, WA 98504-0439
Telephone: (360) 786-7676
e-mail: stevens_va@leg.wa.gov

44th District
Mill Creek, Snohomish, Lake Stevens, and Marysville

Sen. Dave Schmidt (R)
Legislative Office:
212 Irving R. Newhouse Building
P.O. Box 40444
Olympia, WA 98504-0444
Telephone: (360) 786-7686
Fax: (360) 786-1999
e-mail: schmidt_da@leg.wa.gov

PLEASE jot a few lines to your senator. Believe it or not, it pays off. (And write even if your senator is a Democrat.)

This could be the year that Washington State opens its closet door!

Fri, Feb. 6th, 2004, 11:00 pm
classiccaddygrl: (no subject)



Ignorant fucks can kiss my ass, too.

Sun, Feb. 1st, 2004, 03:14 am
classiccaddygrl: (no subject)

i am a girl. i am bisexual. i have done stuff with girls, but never been in a relationship with a girl, only boys.

however, i've been a strip club 5 times *including tonight*

there were all girl strippers.

last night, some friends of mine went to a boy strip club...and this may be weird, but the notion of boys stripping is kinda icky.

i talked to my friend about it and she said i just don't like it, and i said "no i think it's kinda icky" and she got all mad at me.

i mean, i love boys, why else would i devote myself to relationships with them...but am i weird for thinking all this?

Fri, Jan. 30th, 2004, 10:37 pm
classiccaddygrl: =D

Last weekend the club that I'm president of had our Movie Night and we watched Beatiful Thing. It is a British film from a few years back. It's about 2 young men accepting homosexuality in themselves and each other, and their parents accepting it in them, and remember that they're still good people.

You all should watch it!

Mon, Jan. 5th, 2004, 10:22 pm
classiccaddygrl: (no subject)

Apparently, I'm a creamer. ;)

I was talking to my friend Jeff one day about being bisexual, and I said "I'm half'n'half." I thought about this, then realized, "Oh my gosh, I'm a


Truly. I like men. I like women. Split it down the middle.



Fri, Nov. 21st, 2003, 12:04 am
classiccaddygrl: (no subject)

I know I missed National Coming Out Day by, like, a month, but today I came out to my mum about being bisexual.

Now both my 'rents know.

*sighs of relief*

Thu, Nov. 20th, 2003, 12:10 am
classiccaddygrl: NEWS FLASH

If any of you live in the Seattle-area, this is a cool event that you can go to *I'm President of the club*

WHAT: Speaker event to speak out about AIDS and commemorate those lost.
WHEN: Monday December 1st noon-1:30pm
WHERE: Triton Union Building room 202-B, Edmonds Community College

Please join us to learn more about AIDS awareness, life with AIDS, and celebrate the lives of those who endure it.

Event put on by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Edmonds Community College located in Lynnwood, WA.

Sat, Nov. 8th, 2003, 11:43 pm
classiccaddygrl: My dad, the bigot.

So out of my mum and dad, only my dad knows I'm bisexual. I'm president of my college's Gay and Lesbian Alliance, and I tell my mum all about it and she doesn't mind and whatnot. Tonight, I tell my dad. He laughs.

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