My God, I haven't been on this site in ages. But I was digging for a post I'd made somewhere at sometime about a particular thing, and holy shit here it was, still! Which got me back on the site, which got me reading through some old stuff of mine, some stuff of people I know/knew. I've got (unbelievably bad) poetry on this site from 12 years ago. It's unbelievable, really, just how much of my life from age 15 to 24 is here. And how deadly real it all was at the time.
So Adrian and Jeff gave me my own Oasis email address today (firstname.lastname@example.org). I still need to set my Outlook account to retrieve any mail that I get, but other than that it's good to go, so if you want to reach me with business other than Gay Like Me stuff (that address is still email@example.com) just use my new Oasis addy.
Thanks J & A! This really makes me feel at home!
So, I was bored and ended up on wikipedia... I decided, what the heck, I'll see what wikipedia has to say about this great site...
Nothing! So, I made a quick little entry about it. But, I've never done that before and really have no idea what I'm doing.
So, anybody with any skill on wikipedia, edit that page! It's called 'oasismag'. It's got on sentence and a link...
I just finished making a visual update to the profile list page, which will now far more cleanly list the users.
Remember, you need to be logged in to view this page.
I just realized the gender field on the user profiles only gave you the option of being male or female.
That's completely unforgivable for a site that is meant for people struggling with gender issues.
I've added mtf transexual, ftm transexual as well as none of the above, as options.