"I am a face of Pride!"
Lexington had its second annual Pride festival on Saturday, and boy, was it a sight to see! What seemed like thousands upon thousands of GLBT people and supporters descended upon Cheapside Park in the heart of downtown (though a few of them in the morning were looking for the Farmers Market - "Pride festival? You mean like GAY Pride?!")
The music was great. The design. All of the gay bars had excellent afterparties, discounts, etc.
Flowrider's Lexington Pride Highlights:
I wrote that last entry when - Thursday?
Because I think I may have met someone.
There are so many issues that I want to discuss at another time - as in there are so many logical reasons why this might not work out. But I met someone pretty cool over the weekend, and he's pretty into me, and I think I might be pretty into him.
There have been plenty of times in my life when I've just felt like I needed an outlet. This is obviously one of them. I actually had an Oasismag journal back in High School, when I was first exploring and figuring out my sexuality - the uid and password, however, are long gone (and probably "good riddance" - who knows what I was writing about back then...