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about me [27 Oct 2004|02:18pm]

punkedoutdyke
[ mood | amused ]
[ music | ....the puppy farted..... ]

well my name is chris, i'm 15/f/nova scotia. i just recently moved here from newbrunswick .. uhm im a lesbian. .... i guess you could say im punkish lol. i just dress my own way and like whatever i like. ......i dont consider myself a butch or femme. im just who am i. i would insert a picture but im not sure how. ..... maybe someone could help me with that?. yar so thats that. oh and i have a girlfreind, her name is Tina <3 we've been together for 2 months and some. she makes me tha happiest lesbian in the world <3 peace out

-Queer As Fuck--

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[27 Oct 2004|10:59am]

punkedoutdyke
my names chris, im at school right now. ill update more about myself when i get home. <3 peace love and happiness

--Queer As Fuck--
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Hairy subject... [27 Oct 2004|12:23pm]

softshadow
Hi people!

I was wondering, with regards to hair o face, legs, arms etc - what do people do to keep it at bay? I shave, but I was wondering if there was a method of keeping it from growing like a cream that is a lot cheaper than the electrolysis or hormone therapies. They're far too expensive for me at the moment!

Anyone got any ideas?

Portia
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Hi all! [24 Oct 2004|03:59pm]

softshadow
New user here:D

Glad to find a nice genderqueer friendly place for those of us who are, or interested in, gender dysphoria in all its aspects!

Have a shufties at my journal and ...well.. nice to meet you all!

Portia
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what am i doing [01 Sep 2004|01:16am]
carte
so, for some reason, i started another journal at xanga, without any intention of stopping writing here at blurty. the only reason i started a new journal account was my friend, a xanga addict, who repeatedly asked me to join xanga. the problem, though, is that this friend does not know i'm gay, and i'm not sure about coming out to him yet. and so, basically, in that journal i can write about anything but this (and a whole lot more stuff, like my crush, which actor is so damn hot, blah blah blah. it's like leading a double life of sorts. this is pathetic.

lately i've been crazy about valerio vermiglio, an italian volleyball player; no.5 at the olympics. he's soooooo hot. so totally my type, which i didn't know i had one until i saw him. from now on if someone asks me who i think is the hottest guy in the world, i'd probably say valerio, or rocco, his nickname.

and i put his picture on my xanga journal (too bad i couldn't do it here--don't know how to). and all i could write in the picture description was "my favorite volleyball player." if it were here, the description would be something like "he's soooo hot and cute and sexy."

and i don't write that often. and now my writing will be scattered, some here, some there. this is so weird.

on the one hand, i have to say that it's a completely different situation at xanga. nobody i know in real life knows that i'm keeping this journal here on blurty, whereas on xanga, aside from the friend who recommended the site to me, i've also given the link to another friend of mine, very close friend; this one knows i'm gay. he's gay too.

and the stuff i've written here, i wouldn't want people i know in real life to read--i'm not comfortable letting people know me too much, that's my big issue i guess. even for this close friend, probably one of my best friends, i don't feel like i want him to read my journal here; i don't want him to know about my real issues in life, my real problems, serious problems, which many people think i don't have.

i'm so messed up.
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14th Street [02 Aug 2004|01:19am]
carte
saw two guys walking together today--hand in hand--they looked really happy.


14th Street
Rufus Wainwright

You've got my lost brother's soul
My dear mother's eyes
A brown horse's mane
And my uncle's name
You walked me down 14th Street
For the doctor to meet after thoughts of the grave
In the home of the brave and of the weak

But why'd you have to break all my heart
Couldn't you have saved a little bit of it?
Why'd you have to break all my heart?
Couldn't you have saved a minor part?

I could have clipped and saved and planted in the garden
Damn you guess I'll have to get a new one

I'd love to sit and watch you drink
With the reins to the world, gripping a smoke
Vaguely missing link
Don't ever change you hungry little bashful hound
I got the sheep, poor little Bo Peep
Has lost and filed for grounds.

But why'd you have to break all my heart
I could have ripped apart and thrown into the river
Wonder if there's hearts that will deliver

Don't ever change, don't ever worry
Because I'm coming back home tomorrow
To 14th Street where I won't hurry
And where I'll learn how to save, not just borrow
And they'll be rainbows and we will finally know
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Delete this if it is not allowed, and please forgive me... [20 Apr 2004|08:22pm]

muzikjunky










I feel that this community is long over due. I am sure a lot of you watched the first season of The L Word, and are looking foward to the second season. I bet after just ONE episode, you were hooked. Just like they said. I sure was. =) I hope that you will join the l word fans community.
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Hiya [17 Apr 2004|07:51am]

muzikjunky
[ mood | happy ]
[ music | She's My Kind Of Rain by Tim McGraw ]

Hi All. I am new to the group. I am a 19 year old lesbian from Virginia. I have a gf, kris, whom I love with all my heart. I am in KY with her now, and I am very happy. hehe.

I just thought I would say hello to everyone. But, I must be on my way.

Laterz. =)

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[13 Jan 2004|03:15pm]

inkwarrior1776
Hello everyone, I don't think I've gotten the chance to introduce myself. I'm gender variant and primarily interested in women. I'm a high school student, political theorist, writer, etcetera...urm...that's about it. :) I'm semi-interesting. Or at least I like to imagine that I am...o.o'
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Intolerance sucks... [12 Jan 2004|11:08pm]

supra_christ
Check this out:

http://www.blurty.com/talkread.bml?journal=orangamo&itemid=23357

I've ran across this intolerant wench before. She's pretty overweight, but really hates gays, but claims to be a christian like me and my friends, but she isn't. I can't believe that there are people who thibk this way.
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[04 Nov 2003|11:25pm]

raindancing
when did you first realise you didn't fit gender norms? how do your parents/family members react towards your genderqueer-ness?
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[08 Oct 2003|06:42pm]
glamour_glitter
Hey there! Can anyone help me out here? I made a new community with a friend, and we'd like you to post a few stories or be available for a chat or whatever you can contribute, even pictures, just to help others who aren't sure who they are to find enlightenment... just_us
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ok, kiddies, get commenting! [03 Oct 2003|02:04pm]

raindancing
[ mood | excited ]

i have to do up a demo for my lesbian radio show and i want it to be phenomenal so i get a good time slot. IDEAS! i need a general theme to run with throughout the hour. i was thinking i'd do a book review at the end, but what about the rest of the show?

i have some general ideas, but i'd like to hear what you have to say!

and for the record, the show is not ONLY for lesbians. it's for ftm, mtf, bi-sexuals, etc. technically gay men are not my target audience because the station already has "queer radio" geared to gay men in the community.

i want the show to be for YOU, so your ideas are important. anybody who wants a copy of the demo or any of the actual aired shows is welcome to ask.

so comment, dammit!

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i'm the new genderqueer moderator! [02 Oct 2003|04:04pm]

raindancing
hooorah!
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(sorry for the cross-post) [17 Sep 2003|08:45am]

raindancing
i am kicking off a new radio show on CJAM focusing on lesbian issues and the global lesbian community. i'm currently the host of the feminist hour which i'll still be doing once the new show starts...

but my problem is, i need a name for the new show and i seem to be stuck. any suggestions would be appreciated. this is a show that will tell it like it is, controversial or not, and i want the name to reflect that. however, i also want the name to be something my mother won't be embarrased about - she's pretty liberal, but still a bit of an oldie.

so, comment with your suggestions! if i choose your suggestion for the name of the show, you'll get the first five shows on cassette tape in the mail.
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i've felt so muchly like a boy lately [14 Sep 2003|06:45am]

raindancing
i almost wish i had a penis.

almost

and i want to get rid of my boobs.

but i know this is only a temporary feeling, because i've had these feelings before and they're usually followed by a few weeks of feeling so totally feminine and dancing in every movement my body makes.


side note: my girlfriend enjoys my boyish-ness. i do believe it turns her on! and i must admit that i feel pretty damned horny when i feel more like a guy. hm...
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e-cards... [28 Aug 2003|03:29pm]

raindancing
does anybody know where to find genderqueer themed e-cards? most of the e-card sites i have found have been incredibly heterosexual.
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oh my [20 Aug 2003|07:51pm]

janetsbreeze
[ mood | curious ]

the other day ...
i've started a new job where i am completely open and out about who i am and who i am with (my honey works with a partner company) which is one of the few good things about this job.
this has led me to become oddly forgetful of the rest of the world however. a very nice guy who regularly comes into the office i share to chat came by, for his usual daily chat. i mentioned something about the partner company, he asked "oh, do you mean so-and-so?" i answer, "yes, i'm her girlfriend."

he simply glazed over and walked away. he didn't know i'm queer. i also hesitated before saying *her g/f* because this is not a person that i refer to with female pronouns on a regular basis and it's awkward for me. the guy hasn't been back in.
i've been thrust back into the reality of not being accepted at face value. it's been odd being accepted and out at my job in the first place because i deal with construction contractors and workers. on average, these are regular blue-collar guys and very homophobic. they've accepted me, and now to suddenly not be is very startling.

i'm curious as to whether or not anyone else here is open and out in a work environment and the reactions that you've experienced.
~janet

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Please Help... [18 Aug 2003|10:13pm]

angee
[ mood | blank ]

It would greatly help me if everyone could take a look at this... Here!

Thank you all so much!

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ok, i just want to clarify and be a bit more specific [16 Aug 2003|01:02pm]

raindancing
in my previous post when i talked about gender identity disorder, i was referring to the large area of study and treatment involving children with so-called "gender identity disorder in children" or GIDC. i do acknowledge that there are transgenderdered children who fit the gender identity disorder category, but GIDC from the beginning has basically been about forcing "feminine" boys and "masculine" girls to conform to their sex's gender roles. it has never truly been about helping transgendered children.

entitything provided a link in her comment that led me to the following statement by the mother of a transgendered child, which is a perfect example:

"James and I searched for information about how and why a child's sense of
gender can contradict his or her biological sex. There were very few
studies available and none of them were well-designed, in my opinion,
because they tended to rely solely on adult impressions and observations of
children who were deemed "too masculine" as girls or "too feminine" as
boys. It struck me as unhelpful and even harmful to judge children's dress
and play as appropriate or inappropriate depending on how closely they
approximated sex-role stereotypes from the 1950s. According to the studies,
very few of these "masculine girls" or "feminine boys" grew up to be
transsexual. Of those adults who did later identify as transsexual or
transgendered, nothing had been noted about them as children that
differentiated them from the others in the studies.

Those early researchers did not ask the children what they thought or felt
about their own gender--whether they believed themselves to be boys or
girls despite the contrary shapes of their bodies. The researchers' failure
to ask that question clearly limits the value of their work. "


you can read the full article for yourself if you're interested.

i know you wanna read the rest... come on, it's interesting )
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