well, ive always thought that i was lesbian...ive never had crushes on the opposite sex...until now.
not only is he a male, not only is he over 25, hes my chemistry teacher!
hes sexy, handsome, knows how to make me smile and laugh and he is so intelligent...thats a real turn on for me.
This documentary pays homage to one of the most influential and revered
drama coaches of the latter 20th Century, London helped stars such as
Sharon Stone, Brad Pitt, Garry Shandling, Patrick Swayze, Jeff
Goldblum, Michelle Pfeiffer and Geena Davis come to grips with
themselves and the camera.
A secret synonym could be described as a word you and a friend share as an inside joke, a word that relates a random event known only to a select few, or your mental descriptor for a certain something.
hey ive been looking at this site for a few weeks or so and i think you guys could help me out. i think im gay. i wanna talk to someone about it. but my parents would prolly freak if i even mentained it as a possibility. so i don't know what to do. any suggestions or ANYTHING????
Does anybody know any good gay songs? i have heaps of indigo girls, and melissa etheridge and such, but i was wondering if people knew the names and/or artists of some good dance/techno or really any style of gay songs?
thanks heaps in advance
Music video by Melange Lavonne titled "Gay Bash"
I've never been a fan of hiphop or rap, but I've taken an extreme liking to this song.
Plus, Lavonne's actually pretty attractive. Haha.
Just wanted to get this out there, I figured if anyone would appreciate it, it'd be you guys/gals.
May 7, 2007
First Journal Entry
I don’t know this past week already has felt liberating, uniting and depressing to me. I have feelings that there may be a new someone out there for me. Just not sure if I should say something but not exactly ready yet, I think he knows what I am. I just seem to speak to him on the phone then any more of my friends who are straight and are guys.
Hello. This is my first post here and I just joined the forum. Let me start off by saying i'm very confused. Not sexually but I am confused as to how to approach other people with my sexuality. I'll say this, I've been gay ever since I can remember - even when I was a young lad, not even in my teens yet. I've always been attracted to guys.
I have no clue why I am here. I guess I need a place to not be judged or asked what the hell I am doing, a secret place to feel like I am alone and still being heard.
I think if we are honest with ourselves, we all need that. We are so busy putting on a front for our friends and family that we rarely have the chance to just scream out our fears and not be judged.
Was sent this by a friend. Was hesitant, but it actually evoked a lot of emotion;.
Hey all =]
I was wondering, could we compile a list of all the important queer dates of 2007?
Example- Pride Week, Day Of Silence etc?
I just figured it'd be a good idea.
And...I havn't got much of a clue myself, hehe.
By Jeff Walsh
In "Shock to the System" (out this week on DVD), Chad Allen plays gay detective Donald Strachey in a noir murder mystery set against the backdrop of a gay "reparative" therapy program, and the crazy part is, it's actually an enjoyable, well-written, worthwhile movie.
I'm not sure why, but whenever I would see books like this in the gay bookstore with jacket copy exclaiming thrillers being solved by gay and lesbian detectives, well, I pretty much thought it was silly and a subgenre I really didn't want to know anything more about. I mean, what does being a gay detective bring to the picture exactly?
So, when I got the review DVD for this movie from Here! films, the second Donald Strachey movie at that (after 2005's Third Man Out), I was hesitant. My hesitancy didn't last long.
I really need some help.
Because the Sydney Mardi Gras parade is coming up.
And I'M GOING :D :D :D
Yeah. So it's my first time going and I've never been to a gay event and I'm going with some of my friends.
I reaaally want to dress up all rainbow. I really. Really. Love rainbow.
Well. I'd better introduce myself since I've kinda been an invisible member of oasis.
Meaning I'd visit every day. Read posts and journals and just not log in or comment or anything else.
Quite embarrassing really =]
Well. For almost a year I've considered myself to be bi.
Not fad bi.
Not fashionably bi.
Not 'in between' bi.
But actually quite assured and happy with my Bisexuality.
I'm a big fan of podcasts. I listen to them as I walk around San Francisco, during gym workouts, you name it...
With the emphasis on relaunching Oasis, I started looking around for gay youth podcasts and didn't find all that much. To be honest, I don't like many gay podcasts in general, because they all tend to be a bunch of friends sitting around gossiping and being mean and, honestly, I don't have time for that negative energy.
So, I was really happy to find Jian's "That's So Gay" podcast the other day (it *just* launched, he's only done two episodes so far). He's just a soft-spoken, obviously intelligent guy and I just like the whole vibe he puts out on his podcast. It's sort of like an audio version of some of our writers on Oasis.
Been ages since I last posted. Ish. Anyway, Christmas has been fairly fun. Didn't go out Christmas Eve due to lack of funds, but there we go. I doubt I'll go out New Years Eve either for the same reason, I don't get paid until Jan 5th.