state the state you are in!
if not state the school you attend!
if not i dont know what the fuck you should state!
i'm in cali!
i'm in southern cali!
what the fuck should i state!
fuck i just lost the GAME! :)
So I'm 18 and getting ready to head off to college, and start a new life partially on my own. I recently decided to go ahead and come out to some friends during my last year of high school right before school let out. So far the outcome is very good, and I haven't had any troubles or backlash from telling people. But in a few months, I will be meeting and moving in with my roommate for college, and I wanna know first whether or not I should tell him that I am gay. Second, I want to know how should I go about telling him.
So yeah. I went to the mall with my gay friend B. It was awesome as usual. He's awesome and I'm awesome so yeah. We go together like two peas in a pod (not like that). If were to try and fuck each other, it would be like that one episode of Will and Grace where they are trying to get pregnant. Awkward!
Edit: I bought rainbow socks today at Claire's. (I forgot to tell you guys that).
Anyways. I might be attracted to my bro's friend Z. I don't know though. For some reason, I'm always attracted to assholes when it comes to guys (well maybe just recently at least). Bad boyz : )
Hey everyone, my name is Julia. Or Salvatore, which ever one's easier. I'm 14 and I live in New Zealand.
Well I'm gay, I know that fo dizzle. Some people are accepting, others find it a little weird. It doesn't help that i go to an all girls school, either.
Okay I am going to be getting a new oasis name soon. I don't like the name wantstobeout. I'll tell you when I do in case you'd like to know. I'll post a journal or something. It will probably have something to with... (sorry not gonna tell yet. I'm a tease.) Okay so also I'm thinking of names that start with E.
does anybody know where i can find a movie called 'IN & OUT'???
Okay so I need to write this while I'm still feeling this way. I will try to use the appropriate grammar so as not to offend people with my "emo poetry" as some people like to refer to it as. I met a couple people tonight that were very cool. *shakes hand with you* It was cool. I enjoyed hanging with people. It was fun. '
Applebee's was good. I enjoyed it. Then I hung with some boys. Fun stuff.
Then I hung out with S. I smoked a cigar. Got high. Coolness.
Then I decided to dance my ass off in front of a security camera. Kind of concerning.
I really disagree on the faggots that attend my school.
I'm BISEXUAL & 11 years old. Yes, 11.
I know I'm bisexual cause I like girls & guys; I'm not too young, so shuttup.
Everyone at my school looks down upon me like being gay is some kind of sickness or something. Whatever, I don't give a fuck. :D
I really wish I could just find a perrrfecttoo girl.
But it's hard.
Well my other half and I are now totally retired as of October 2008 ! We sold our home in Colorado. Bought a used motor home. Fixed it up and now are on the road.
We traveled south From Colorado into Texas. Stayed a week near Dumas Tx and enjoyed the warmer weather. Fixed a few things on the RV that we notice were not working right, then hit the road again.
A week later we were in Louisiana near a town called Monroe. Nice place to visit but not to live...boring place really. So down the road we go.
By Jeff Walsh
"Back Soon" is both the name of the movie as well as the simple text of the note Logan's wife left for him, before she was killed by a drunk driver, the one he keeps in his pocket and kisses when he thinks about her. He decides he needs to sell their house to move on, since this one overflows with memories.
He sells his house to Guillermo, someone with a bad relationship with his girlfriend, who's putting his life back together in a different way.
And such is the dilemma of gay cinema, because you know there are two male leads in a possible embrace on the DVD box, so it becomes more of a question of how or why will something will happen between two seemingly straight guys. But I'm not giving any of that away.
By Jeff Walsh
"Clandestinos" is a Spanish film that goes down a different path than a lot of gay films. Three boys break out of juvenile prison and flee to Madrid, where Xabi, the leader of the three, tries to make contact with the leader of a Basque terrorist cell. The other two boys don't know as much about the mission from the start, but one of the boys eventually helps him practice making bombs in an abandoned apartment, with the goal of doing something public and visible to bring the cell leader out of hiding.
To fund his terrorist exploits, Xabi robs johns that pick him up in a shopping mall. One of his johns, from whom he stole money and a gun, is a cop, who doesn't take being robbed easily and tries to track him down.
By Jeff Walsh
"3-Day Weekend" puts the premise right in the title, a group of gay friends spend all of their holiday weekends in a beautiful cabin. But, since it's been the same guys telling the same stories for so long, they decide to mix it up, and every gay guy invites a single gay friend up for this weekend.
The movie tries to beat you to the punch quickly, though, mentioning this is like the set-up for "Love! Valour! Compassion!" before the audience thinks it. Of course, it's always dangerous to mention a good, similar movie, since that means you're setting a bar you better be able to clear.
Of course, we get a lot of archetypes invited. The computer geek someone works with. The centered, connected naked yoga teacher. But the biggest head turner is the last invited guest to arrive, the sex worker. Introductions aren't necessary with him, as three of the guys surprisingly call out his name at the same time when he walks in. It's almost like a sword-swallowing Breakfast Club.
Hey people whats up? Im new and well this place sounded cool. My friend (Bi the Book) suggested this place and well she's cool and i decided to check it out. Okay here it goes my frist entry lol!
so recently the univ or richmond ran this letter in their student paper:
i think it captures some feelings of those who are still in the closet.
My name is Chris and I am 26 years old. I grew up in a very religiously devout house with a dominate mother and I say this to set you up. I recently in the last six months have begun to use my own mind to discover my beliefs versus my parents conditioning and this is something we all as people go through.
My problem is that I cant figure out my sexuality at all Im so confused.
I too am the world
I sing the song sung by millions of others
I dance the dance they have danced
I am of the love that dares not speak its name
I sing its name out
I sing it in the face of aggression
I sing it through spit and rocks
I sing it at home and outside
I sing it in my bed
I love and am loved
I belong and am possessed
By Jeff Walsh
"Tru Loved" is a new gay youth movie that suffers from existing in the world of obvious expectations. It's nothing new, though. When a young, idealistic teacher joins the staff of a rough school with hard-to-reach kids… or a romantic comedy has two leads who begin the movie hating each other… you sort of know what's going to happen. So, when a young high school athlete enlists other people to defend his closet… well, it would be unexpected for the same character to be closeted by the time the end credits roll.
This movie got a lot of unexpected publicity when Roger Ebert gave it a negative review, only to mention at the end of his piece that he stopped watching it after only 8 minutes. This revelation led to a heated discussion on his website. I do have to say that Ebert did make a lot of incorrect assumptions based on what happens in the first eight minutes, but he had no way of knowing that the film would do things in its beginnings that wouldn't continue throughout. There is a dream sequence of the gayest high school ever, followed by a black and white 50s sitcom version of family life, both of which might lead you to believe there was going to be a lot of similar scenes inserted throughout. But Ebert didn't stick around to realize that the rapid succession of these things in the beginning wouldn't be consistent or followed up for the rest of the movie.
I think it was about 2 or 3 months ago I was having this conversation with my mom while we were walking our dogs. Actually it was when that transgendered man was pregnant (Does anyone remember that?). I always try to bring up gay topics, to see what her views are as well as drop hints about my sexuality.
By Jeff Walsh
In the press materials for the new movie "Breakfast with Scot," which opens in the San Francisco Bay Area and other major cities in limited release on October 10, they keep referring to the men in the film as being a "straight" gay couple.
Now, there are terms that seem more realistic to describe two men in a committed relationship who don't like the word gay, are closeted at work, refuse all public displays of affection, seem to have a lack of intimacy in the privacy of their own home, and are uncomfortable by other gay people or anyone thinking they're gay, but "straight" isn't it.
Of course, this construct needs to exist so that this couple's life can be disrupted when they have to become the guardians of Scot, a very flamboyant, seemingly gay 11-year-old who turns their "straight" lives upside down. He likes cooking meals, singing songs, wearing makeup and boas, and kissing his male friends. So, both sides of the equation are pretty overdone. Of course, I was rooting for the kid, since he was at least being himself, whereas the couple were basically two uptight closet cases.
But from the moment the movie begins, you know what's coming.