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My Life, My Struggles and Being a Woman in a Man's World
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Hope and Crazy

What am I talking about? http://www.aliyaleigh.com
9/13/201155 minutes, 59 seconds
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I HEART Somalia

I love Somalia so much, I can marry it.  My new motto: "I am so egotistical . Right now, if I could, I will clone myself, marry myself and fuck myself." http://www.aliyaleigh.com twitter: @aliyaleigh
9/6/20111 hour, 8 minutes, 37 seconds
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Sexual Politics

Washington should do an weekend long orgy!  http://aliyaleighlive.libsyn.com or http://www.aliyaleigh.com Twitter: @aliyaleigh
9/1/201155 minutes, 30 seconds
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Eating Disarrya

Why are eating orders funny? They can be.  My new book is out. How to Make It in Hollywood In order to make it in Hollywood, you have to be an expert in social media, hanging out, meeting the right people, bedroom gymnasts, spreading the goods, cheating, spending, spilling blood, back stabbing and some talent. This book will teach you how to obtain sex appeal, A-List status, wealth and fame. 100% GUARANTEE! BUY this cook book for SUCCESS and leave your SOUL at the door. Practice, practice, practice makes perfect. http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/how-to-make-it-in-hollywood/16791125  
8/30/201143 minutes
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The Mystery of the Fag Hag?

What is a Fag Hag?  A Fag Hag is a gay slang phrase referring to a woman who either associates mostly or exclusively with gay and bisexual men, or has gay and bisexual men as close friends. In the United States, the term fag hag often refers to a heterosexual woman who is the best friend of a gay man. I interviewed Gabby Fag Hag.
8/26/201157 minutes, 15 seconds
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How Much R U Worth

Do you know how much you are worth?  I want you to write down how much you are worth and tape it to your bathroom mirror. I will explain why? 
8/26/201145 minutes, 47 seconds
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Going back to the 50's

Are women turning back time
8/4/201117 minutes, 4 seconds
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The A-List of NYC

How do I feel about the A-List 
8/4/201122 minutes, 12 seconds
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Lesbianism - Over Sexed?

Carrie kisses Nina's neck. Nina is in ecstasy with sexual feelings in her heart. The kisses melt her sorrows and pain away. Carrie whispers in Nina’s ear as if she is a loving angel. Nina grins and grabs Carrie's thin body with sex in her eyes. Nina explores Carrie's body with her tongue, licking and caressing her body like a delicious dish. Carrie's breasts are like beautiful mountains in a great valley and her stomach is The Plains. The two bodies intersect each other in a beautiful sensual musical. Nina slowly kisses Carrie’s body with passion and freeness. She sucks her stomach and begins to suck her juices. Using her tongue, she sucks the wonderful… WTF? This is a scene I made up, but in lesbian movies and television shows, it's the same thing with different women. There is always a sex scene with two femme women who look like supermodels and they are exploring each other the same way. Lesbians are treated like sexual objects than real people with feelings. It bothers me when lesbians have to prove their sexuality. Saying you are a lesbian doesn't fly in the lesbian world; it's more of an action. For example, how many women did you have sex with or have you been in a sexual relationship with a woman? I hate the questions. Lesbian means women who sexually love other women. Over the years, The World of Lesbo has changed the meaning several times over because of men. For some strange reason, men love to see two supermodel look like women kiss and make out, but seeing two men kissing is disgusting. What is so disgusting about two men kissing each other? I met a woman at church. She informed me that she is bisexual. Ok, so what? She believes its fine for two women to have sex, but a relationship is only between a man and woman. WTF? Yes, women are beautiful sensual creatures made by God himself with hint of extra beauty and smarts. Think about it, women can multi-tasks and men can't. Justin Timberlake proved that comment in an interview. Women are emotional but strong; even though men make women look weak. There is nothing weak about a woman. Once a month, women have to deal with PMS, blood flow and cramps. Women have babies. Women can pop a baby out and go back to work. Women can deal with so much pressure and stress than a man. Oh by the way, women can't get sick for god sakes or the Earth will explode. For years, women have been over sexed in the media and we have accepted it. Why? I don't know. For some reason, real lesbians are typecast and fake lesbians are considered Stars in the spotlight. Why? I don't know. I watched a lesbian movie called "Show Me". It was a great movie. It focused on the lesbian relationship and not the lesbian sex act. It was a thriller and the writing of the film was excellent. I will like to see more films which focus more on the relationship then soft porn for men and horny women. Lesbianism is not a lifestyle, a life choice, something you saw in the media or something to do when you hate men. Lesbianism is what YOU are as a person. I don't know why two women kissing turn men on, but lesbianism is love between two women, even if they don't look like supermodels.
7/29/20110
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Are Drugs Bad?

http://www.aliyaleigh.com twitter: @aliyaleigh
7/28/201115 minutes, 5 seconds
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Friends w/ Benefits?

Can it happen?  http://www.aliyaleigh.com twitter: @aliyaleigh
7/28/201112 minutes, 18 seconds
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7/27/20110
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No Labels

No Labels   By Aliya Leigh   I don’t care if you’re black or white.  Pink or gray.  It’s bullshit anyway.   You can be a Wanker, Nit, Nop, Mud, Wop, Zebra, Honky, Cracka, a Nigga, Spic, Paki, Kike and Chink. You must hate yourself, so why should I give a shit?   What? You’re a fag, a dyke, a homo.  Like, I really gave a care.   You are a mixed a good hair and thin like a twig.  I see you as Skeletor who can travel with the wind.    Some people think they are so bad when they mention who they, but they are only spouting bullshit with their small cocks and pussies.  They truly think we care.   I hate labels and will shout it around.  Fuck you bitch and kiss my ass if you don’t like me around your town.    I am a person, a human being from God so I don’t give a damn who you are.   You can be a les or a hoe. So what, do you want a pat on the back for spouting shit?   Labels are shit. You need to agree. Labels are full of nonsense and greed.   I don’t care what you claim to be, just don’t spit or hit on me.   Fuck all the crazy ass people who believe they are so freakin’ special. The same people who believe they are God’s gift to the damn world.  You guys are dumb as clowns who are too stupid to mock.   Labels are old and out dated like caveman rock.  So why use them, you dumb fuck cock.   For those who think labels are wrong. Stand up and yell at the stupid ones.   So, you like pussy or dick.  I don’t give a shit.   So, you are a bitch, a slut or hoe.  Be happy you are getting some.   Love yourself and love your neighbor too because that person can be like you.   Labels should go away and never be found.  Labels are bullshit, say it aloud.  So, the sane people can be found.  
7/25/20110
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Don't Be Afraid

Don't be afraid of success.  http://www.aliyaleigh.com Twitter: @aliyaleigh
7/25/201110 minutes, 45 seconds
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Amy Winehouse

What can you learn from Amy Winehouse death?  http://www.aliyaleigh.com twitter: @aliyaleigh email: [email protected]
7/25/201127 minutes, 30 seconds
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Gay Marriage Nonsense

Today, July 24 2011, New York gay couples can get married legally. I think, it's nonsense.  twitter: @aliyaleigh http://www.aliyaleigh.com
7/25/201128 minutes, 5 seconds
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Gender Profiling Hurts Our National Health Care

By Linda Brodsky, M.D. WeNews commentator Tuesday, August 25, 2009 This week, U.S. women celebrate our 89th anniversary of gaining the right to vote and Dr. Linda Brodsky uses the moment to review the lingering effects of women's inequities on the burning national debate over health care reform. Editor's Note: The following is a commentary. The opinions expressed are those of the author and not necessarily the views of Women's eNews. (WOMENSENEWS)--On August 26, we celebrate Women's Equality Day, commemorating the 89th anniversary of the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution that gave women the vote in 1920. Though officially organized in 1848 in Seneca Falls, N.Y., the U.S. women's rights movement endured 72 years before realizing this first critical goal. Another 51 years passed before New York Congresswoman Bella Abzug in 1971 sponsored a bill so that each successive U.S. president would be able to proclaim August 26 as Women's Equality Day. Now, 38 years later, where are we? As a group, U.S. women are among the most educated and privileged in the world. But our gender gap in national political representation remains wider than 26 other countries. That leaves us at a disadvantage in the most heated domestic policy debate of these days: healthcare reform. As we monitor and participate in this debate, women should push for changes in national health policy that rectify women's inequalities as medical professionals and patients. Legal Discrimination Gender profiling for health insurance purposes continues to be legal in most states. Women pay more for individual health insurance if we are even able to obtain coverage. A study by National Women's Law Center finds that a 30 year-old non-smoking women often pays significantly more than a 30 year-old male smoker. Thus, many women, particularly those with lower incomes, go without health insurance and have less access to both preventative and necessary healthcare. Many policies have no maternity benefits and many exclude those with previous C-sections or who have been victims of domestic violence. And after we recover from birthing our children (and our country's future) and return to work, we often are denied job advancement at best, or face demotion or dismissal at worst. Protections are inadequate and nearly impossible to enforce given the enormous financial and emotional costs of litigation. As we mature, women are more likely to be misdiagnosed and undertreated if we have heart disease. We are less likely to get joint replacements for orthopedic problems and will suffer from back pain longer before receiving relief. We are more often initially told "it's all in your head," suffering through mental health diagnoses where none exists. Emotional Integrity Questioned Mothers of my patients have arrived in my office desperate because their own emotional integrity has been questioned when their 9-month old child still wakes 10-15 times each night crying or their rambunctious pre-teen is out of their control. When obstructive sleep apnea or severe extra-esophageal reflux are diagnosed and treated, how rapidly these mothers recover from their so-called "over-concern!" Gender inequality for female physicians takes the form of fewer opportunities for advancement. This minimizes our impact in the arenas of research, particularly in women's health issues, public health policies and medical education of the future physicians. Female physicians occupy only 17 percent of the positions on medical journal editorial boards, where the decisions about what research is worthy of publication are made. Our numbers in medical academia--where we educate our future physicians and most research is performed-- are not representative. Women are also in short supply in medical organizations that advise our elected leaders, such as the American Medical Association or the American College of Surgeons. 61 Cents on the Dollar Female physicians earn only 61 cents for each dollar a male physician earns. We face a greater than 80 percent chance of experiencing discrimination and-or sexual harassment some time during our career. Higher rates of burnout are common. How can this physician work force be as effective as our rising needs require? Dangerous Misuse of Resources This situation translates into a dangerous misuse of our most important medical resources. Misuse and underuse of physician talent is more than unhealthy as world-wide physician shortages are anticipated. In the long run, failure to equally value women as healthcare providers will ultimately damage our nation's health and healthcare needs. It's time we took a bold approach to fixing gender equity as part of fixing our health care system. We can start this reform process by linking accreditation and federal and state health care dollars to metrics that include closure of the gender gap. Finally we must not only recognize but also vigorously root out the pervasive negative effects of this gender gap in all aspects of our society. In healthcare, the stakes categorically mean the difference between life and death. We may have the vote, but 161 years later, hundreds of proclamations, quasi-awareness holidays, or even scores of legislative initiatives have been insufficient to change the status quo. Gender stereotyping, gender discrimination, and other forms of violence against women, must be aggressively rooted out. Dr. Linda Brodsky is a pediatric otolaryngologist and "accidental crusader" for equal rights. She is accepting submissions for her multi-author book project that will examine the effects of gender discrimination in healthcare. Stories can be submitted here. http://www.lindabrodskymd.com/book-project.html Note: Women's eNews is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites and the contents of site the link points to may change. http://womensenews.org/story/090825/gender-profiling-hurts-our-national-health-care
7/21/201125 minutes
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Hell Day In My Family

Family issues can be crazy. How can you kill the gay inside. http://www.aliyaleigh.com http://aliyaleighlive.libsyn.com twitter: @aliyaleigh
7/21/201129 minutes, 50 seconds
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NO LOVE, NO SERVICE

Activists Expect Debate Over Defense of Marriage Act Published July 17, 2011 Gay service members from Army soldiers to Air Force officers are planning to celebrate the official end of the military's 17-year policy that forced them to hide their sexual orientation with another official act -- marriage. A 27-year-old Air Force officer from Ohio said he can't wait to wed his partner of two years and slip on a ring that he won't have to take off or lie about when he goes to work each day once "don't ask, don't tell" is repealed. He plans to wed his boyfriend, a federal employee, in Washington D.C. where same-sex marriages are legal. He asked not to be identified, following the advice of the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, a national organization representing gay troops, including the Air Force officer, that has cautioned those on active duty from coming out until the ban is off the books. "I owe it to him and myself," the officer said of getting married. "I don't want to do it in the dark. I think that taints what it's supposed to be about -- which is us, our families, and our government." But in the eyes of the military the marriage will not be recognized and the couple will still be denied most of the benefits the Defense Department gives to heterosexual couples to ease the costs of medical care, travel, housing and other living expenses. The Pentagon says the 1996 federal Defense of Marriage Act -- which defines marriage for federal program purposes as a legal union between a man and woman -- prohibits the Defense Department from extending those benefits to gay couples, even if they are married legally in certain states. That means housing allowances and off-base living space for gay service members with partners could be decided as if they were living alone. Base transfers would not take into account their spouses. If two gay service members are married to each other they may be transferred to two different states or regions of the world. For heterosexual couples, the military tries to avoid that from happening. Gay activists and even some commanders say the discrepancy will create a two-tier system in an institution built on uniformity. "It's not going to work," said Army Reserve Capt. R. Clarke Cooper, who heads up the Log Cabin Republicans, a gay rights group that sued the Justice Department to stop the enforcement of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy. "Taking care of our soldiers is necessary to ensure morale and unit cohesion. This creates a glaring stratification in the disbursement of support services and benefits." Cooper said he also plans to marry his boyfriend, a former Navy officer, in a post-repeal era. The Obama administration has said it believes the ban could be fully lifted within weeks. A federal appeals court ruling July 6 ordered the government to immediately cease its enforcement. After the Department of Justice filed an emergency motion asking the court to reconsider its order, the court on Friday reinstated the law but with a caveat that prevents the government from investigating or penalizing anyone who is openly gay. The Justice Department in its motion argued ending the ban abruptly now would pre-empt the "orderly process" for rolling back the policy as outlined in the law passed and signed by the president in December. The military's staunchly traditional, tight-knit society, meanwhile, has been quickly adapting to the social revolution: Many gay officers say they have already come out to their commanders and fellow troops, and now discuss their weekend plans without a worry. The Air Force officer says he has dropped the code words "Red Solo Cups" -- the red plastic cups used at parties -- that he slipped into conversations for years to tell his partner he loved him when troops were within earshot. He now feels comfortable saying "I love you" on the phone, no longer fearful he will be interrogated by peers. One male soldier, who also asked not to be identified, said after Congress approved repealing the law, he listed his boyfriend on his Army forms as his emergency contact and primary beneficiary of his military life insurance in case he dies in Afghanistan. He said when he was transferred to South Korea, he and his partner had to pay for his partner's move. "But we were able to stay together," the soldier wrote in an e-mail to The Associated Press from Afghanistan. "During the move, I realized I needed to make sure my partner in life was taken care of if something, the worst, ever happened to me, especially knowing I was about to deploy." The soldier said when he added his boyfriend's name to the paperwork as a primary beneficiary and identified him as a friend, the non-commissioned officer in charge shut his office door and told him: "Unlike the inherent benefits to being married in the Army, such as housing and sustenance allowances, our life insurance and will don't discriminate." Same-sex partners can be listed as the person to be notified in case a service member is killed, injured, or missing, but current regulations prevent anyone other than immediate family -- not same-sex spouses -- from learning the details of the death. Same-sex spouses also will not be eligible for travel allowances to attend repatriation ceremonies if their military spouses are killed in action. Gay spouses also will be denied military ID cards. That means they will not be allowed on bases unless they are accompanied by a service member and they cannot shop at commissaries or exchanges that have reduced prices for groceries and clothing, nor can they be treated at military medical facilities. They also will be excluded from base programs providing recreation and other such kinds of support. Military officials say some hardship cases may be handled on an individual basis. Activists warn such an approach will create an administrative nightmare and leave the military vulnerable to accusations of making inconsistent decisions that favor some and not others. Military families enjoy assistance from the Defense Department to compensate for the hardship of having a mother or father or both deployed to war zones and moved frequently. "It strains a relationship when you're gone for over a year," said Navy medical corpsman Andrew James, 27, who lived two years apart from his same-sex partner, who could not afford to move with him when he was transferred from San Diego to Washington. "But straight couples have support so their spouses are able to be taken care of, with financial issues, and also they are able to talk to the chain of command, whereas gays can't. They don't have any support at all financially or emotionally, and that is really devastating." He said he was lucky that his relationship survived and now that he is in the Reserves, they are together again in San Diego. The benefits issue came up repeatedly during training sessions to prepare troops for the policy change. "There are inconsistencies," Maj. Daryl Desimone told a class of Marines at Camp Pendleton, north of San Diego, after being asked about benefits for gay military personnel. "Anyone who looks at it logically will see there are some things that need to be worked out in the future." The military's policy denying benefits to same-sex couples could change if legal challenges to the Defense of Marriage Act prove successful. The Obama administration has said it will not defend DOMA in court. Earlier this month, the Justice Department filed a legal brief in federal court in San Francisco in support of a lesbian federal employee's lawsuit claiming the government wrongly denied health coverage to her same-sex spouse. The brief said the lawsuit should not be dismissed because DOMA violates the constitution's guarantee of equal protection and was motivated by hostility toward gays and lesbians. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/07/17/military-gay-couples-wont-enjoy-benefits/#ixzz1SXE9fwNG
7/19/201151 minutes, 46 seconds
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Are U A Real Homo?

What does a real homo look like?  http://www.aliyaleigh.com  twitter: @aliyaleigh
7/19/201140 minutes, 40 seconds
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Celebrity Rehab 5 #3

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7/15/20110
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Be Yourself - Aliya Leigh

Be Yourself You should always be yourself. I have been bullied and made fun. I have suffered an eating disorder and tried to commit suicide. I know how it feels to be an outcast in your own family and society. I’m here to tell you, use that negativity to give you strength and power to overcome anything. I believe everyone is beautiful and special, and God never makes mistakes. So, if someone bring negativity, that means, they are jealous of your power and beauty.Twitter: @aliyaleigh
7/14/20110
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Celebrity Rehab 5 #2

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7/5/20110
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My feelings about Celeb Rehab

What do I think about drugs?  Find out! http://www.aliyaleigh.com
6/28/201133 minutes, 17 seconds
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Celebrity Rehab #1

Are drugs the answer to life's problems? Tags: Celebrity Rehab 5, Reality TV Shows, Reality TV Shows 27
6/27/20110
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Sudden Inspection at Gay Bar Mars Victory Celebration for Some

Sudden Inspection at Gay Bar Mars Victory Celebration for Some By AL BAKER and MICK MEENAN An unannounced inspection that several agencies carried out at a gay bar in Manhattan on Friday night occurred at nearly the same time that patrons were celebrating the passage of legislation in Albany legalizing same-sex marriage. Police officials said on Saturday that the inspection was part of a routine operation planned long ago. But Scott M. Stringer, the Manhattan borough president, said that he was troubled by descriptions of what took place at the Eagle bar, on West 28th Street off 11th Avenue, and that the actions amounted to a raid. “I am going to ask the police commissioner to conduct a formal investigation concerning the circumstances around this raid,” he added. The inspection occurred late at night, Mr. Stringer said, and while it was “true that there are these multiagency inspections, I think this one was ill-conceived and ill-timed given the circumstances surrounding the marriage equality celebration, on Pride week.” According to those present, about 100 people were mingling at the Eagle, when representatives from the New York Police Department and three other city agencies, as well as from the State Liquor Authority, showed up, at nearly the same time as a vote by the State Senate to legalize same-sex marriage and as the thrill of victory was swirling through the place. “I was on the roof deck, smoking a cigar and having drinks with friends, and all of a sudden, the police showed up and started shining flashlights in everyone’s face and offending everyone,” said Thomas J. Shevlin, a financial markets researcher and the treasurer of the Stonewall Democratic Club. “Basically, it is offensive,” Mr. Shevlin, 40, said. “It is real serious harassment that they come out on pride weekend.” Paul J. Browne, the Police Department’s chief spokesman, said the Eagle was one of four establishments in the 10th Precinct inspected on Friday under a program known as MARCH, or multiagency response to community hot spots. He said every precinct in the city, except for Central Park, carried out such operations at what amounted to “a couple thousand clubs” each year. The establishments are selected because they are the subjects of “chronic complaints” from community members that are mostly reported through the city’s 311 and 911 communications systems over concerns like excessive noise or fighting, Mr. Browne said. The inspections, he added, were planned weeks in advance. He said the inspection at the Eagle led to six violations being issued: two from the police regarding unlicensed security; one from the Department of Environmental Protection regarding unnecessary noise; one from the Buildings Department for having no public assembly permit; and two from the liquor authority for “extension of premise,” and “failure to conform to application.” Robert Berk, 50, the owner of the Eagle, said on Saturday that the operation’s timing was “bad.” The officers and other agents began entering, unannounced, about 10:30 p.m., he said, and eventually numbered about 20. They were “aggressive, but polite” as they examined the premises, he said, adding that they went over paperwork and inspected items like the ice makers and the licenses of security guards. Mr. Berk, who is gay, and who described his bar as a “Levis and leather” establishment, added he expected to receive a list of violations in the mail. “I definitely lost money last night because they made patrons wait outside in a line down the block,” Mr. Berk said. “I don’t know how much I have to pay, but it’s enough to matter.” Christopher J. Borras, 46, was among those waiting to get in, finally gaining entry about 11:45 p.m., just as Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was preparing to sign the marriage measure into law. “I find interesting the timing,” said Mr. Borras, who had been at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village earlier that night. “I would just like to know from the police: `Why did they do that?’ To me, it is a blatant sign of intimidation and harassment, I mean, 42 years after the Stonewall riots and we still have to live in fear of the police disturbing our quiet enjoyment of life? I just don’t understand. We are very peaceful.” Daniel P. Dromm, a city councilman from Queens who is gay, expressed concern on Saturday over reports over the years of officers entering bars on the Friday night before Gay Pride weekend. “There needs to be some sensitivity to the importance of gay marriage being legalized in New York State, which means this vote for marriage is going to have national reverberations,” he said. “Not a good time for cops to be going into a gay bar for no urgent reason.” On Saturday, accounts of what happened in Chelsea were pouring in to Mr. Stringer, Mr. Dromm and others and were being discussed both online and at gatherings around the city to celebrate the new law. Some reacted angrily. Allen Roskoff, 61, a veteran gay-rights activist who was not at the Eagle, said, “In typical New York City Police Department fashion, the N.Y.P.D. demonstrated its disrespect for the gay community by raiding the Eagle mere moments after the passage of most important piece of gay rights legislation in history.” But some accounts of the inspection diverged significantly, in places, from what the police described. For instance, Mr. Berk said the inspection lasted about two hours, while Mr. Browne said it was completed in about 45 minutes. Along with flashlights being shined in people’s faces, lights were turned off and patrons were forced to empty their pockets “without probable cause,” Mr. Shevlin said. Mr. Browne insisted that the inspection “had nothing to do with the vote” or with Gay Pride weekend. Those on the task force, he said, “are not seers; they don’t have a crystal ball that tells them when Albany is going to take up a piece of legislation.” “We are treating everyone the same here,” he added. “It has nothing to do with the sexual preference of the patrons; it has to do with complaints. It is blind to who the club is and it was planned weeks before.” He also denied accusations of aggressive police action. “The notion that anyone was searched or the lights were turned off is utter fabrication,” Mr. Browne said. The police, he said, lowered the music and turned the lights up a bit to see more clearly. “The only contact the police had with anyone there was the lieutenant shaking hands with the proprietor,” he said. The bar was not padlocked, and there were no arrests. Mr. Berk said while he wished the inspection had been done during the day to avoid disrupting his business, the officers “were just doing their job.” He planned to visit the 10th Precinct station house on Saturday, he said, to speak with commanders, with whom he said he had a good relationship. A law enforcement official said the commander of the 10th Precinct who is responsible for determining a list of locations that were subject to chronic complaints, and were therefore eligible for the inspections, was Deputy Inspector Elisa Cokkinos.
6/26/20110
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Say What?

Why do people dis their own race? http://www.aliyaleigh.com [email protected]
6/26/201119 minutes, 21 seconds
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Men Need 2 SHUT UP

Men need to shut up or they will be replaced! http://www.aliyaleigh.com  [email protected]
6/26/201117 minutes, 33 seconds
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Take the T out of GLBT

Are Transgenders straight or gay? I don't understand.  http://www.aliyaleigh.com 
6/26/201126 minutes, 31 seconds
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Legalize same-sex marriage

ALBANY, N.Y. – New York is poised to become the sixth, and largest, state to legalize same-sex marriage after the state Senate voted late Friday in favor of a gay marriage bill. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has promised to sign it, and gay weddings could begin 30 days later. The measure, which the Democratic-controlled Assembly in an earlier version, was backed by four Republicans and 29 Democrats in the GOP-controlled Senate. "We are leaders and we join other proud states that recognize our families and the battle will now go on in other sGay rights advocates are hoping the vote will galvanize the movement around the United States and help it regain momentum after an almost identical bill was defeated here in 2009 and similar measures failed in 2010 in New Jersey and this year in Maryland and Rhode Island. Though New York is a relative latecomer in allowing gay marriage, it is considered an important prize for advocates, given the state's size and New York City's international stature and its role as the birthplace of the gay rights movement, which is considered to have started with the Stonewall riots in Greenwich Village in 1969. The New York bill cleared the Republican-controlled state Senate on a 33-29 vote. The Democrat-led Assembly, which passed a different version last week, is expected to pass the new version with stronger religious exemptions. The effects of the law could be felt well beyond New York: Unlike Massachusetts, which pioneered gay marriage in 2004, New York has no residency requirement for obtaining a marriage license, meaning the state could become a magnet for gay couples across the country who want to have a wedding in Central Park, the Hamptons, the romantic Hudson Valley or that honeymoon hot spot of yore, Niagara Falls. New York, the nation's third most populous state, will join Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and the Washington capital district in allowing same-sex couples to wed. For five months in 2008, gay marriage was legal in California, the biggest state in population, and 18,000 same-sex couples rushed to tie the knot there before voters overturned the state Supreme Court ruling that allowed the practice. The constitutionality of California's ban is now before a federal appeals court. The passage of New York's legislation was made possible by two Republican senators who had been undecided. Sen. Stephen Saland pledged the deciding vote. He voted against a similar bill in 2009, helping kill the measure and dealing a blow to the national gay rights movement. "While I understand that my vote will disappoint many, I also know my vote is a vote of conscience," Saland said in a statement to The Associated Press before the vote. "I am doing the right thing in voting to support marriage equality." Gay couples in gallery wept during Saland's speech. While court challenges in New York are all but certain, the state -- unlike California -- makes it difficult for the voters to repeal laws at the ballot box. Changing the law would require a constitutional convention, a long, drawn-out process. The sticking point over the past few days: Republican demands for stronger legal protections for religious groups that fear they will be hit with discrimination lawsuits if they refuse to allow their facilities to be used for gay weddings. The climactic vote came after more than a week of stop-and-start negotiations, rumors, closed-door meetings and frustration on the part of advocates. Online discussions took on a nasty turn with insults and vulgarities peppering the screens of opponents and supporters alike and security was beefed up in the capitol to give senators easier passage to and from their conference room. The night before, President Barack Obama encouraged lawmakers to support gay rights during a fundraiser with New York City's gay community. The vote also is sure to charge up annual gay pride events this weekend, culminating with parades Sunday in New York City, San Francisco and other cities. Despite New York City's liberal Democratic politics and large and vocal gay community, previous efforts to legalize same-sex marriage failed over the past several years, in part because the rest of the state is more conservative than the city. The bill's success this time reflected the powerful support of Cuomo and perhaps a change in public attitudes. Opinion polls for the first time are showing majority support for same-sex marriage, and Congress recently repealed the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that barred gays from serving openly in the military. In the week leading up to the vote in New York, some Republicans who opposed the bill in 2009 came forward to say they were supporting it for reasons of conscience and a duty to ensure civil rights. Pressure to vote for gay marriage also came from celebrities, athletes and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the Republican-turned-independent who has long used his own fortune to help bankroll Republican campaigns and who personally lobbied some undecided lawmakers. Lady Gaga has been urging her 11 million Twitter followers to call New York senators in support of the bill. While the support of the Assembly was never in doubt, it took days of furious deal-making to secure two Republican votes needed for passage in the closely divided Senate. Representatives of the Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox rabbis and other conservative religious leaders fought the measure, and their Republican allies pressed hard for stronger legal protections for religious organizations. Each side of the debate was funded by more than $1 million from national and state advocates who waged media blitzes and promised campaign cash for lawmakers who sided with them. But Republican senators said it was Cuomo's passionate appeals in the governor's mansion on Monday night and in closed-door, individual meetings that were perhaps most persuasive. The bill makes New York only the third state, after Vermont and New Hampshire, to legalize marriage through a legislative act and without being forced to do so by a court. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/06/24/gay-marriage-headed-to-vote-on-ny-senate-floor/#ixzz1QFwYUNtKtates," said Sen. Thomas Duane, a Democrat.
6/25/20110
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Lesbian Life Blog

Lesbian Life   I know, I know.  On twitter, there’s a lot of talk surrounding my sexuality. This rumor about my sexuality has been going on for two years. So what?  The fact is, I am still a lesbian and I love women.  Yes, something has come to light, but this blog will still focus on women’s issues, sex, love and relationship advice.   The blog started because my first ex-girlfriend dumped me.  I was so pissed that I had to talk about her.  I felt hurt and I had to speak my mind about the relationship and how she dumped me.    From that, the blog became a soap box for the Presidential Election, since I am a registered Republican.    Then the blog became a soap box for my relationships, the GLBT community, drama and other things.  The blog has lost its focus, but now the focus has been found.    I am still a Professional Lesbian and will always be.    With that said, Lesbian Life blog will be back on track with help from the GLBT and Straight community. It will be more exciting, fun, interesting and will deal more with women’s issues then anything else.   Writers who want to submit articles can do so by emailing me at: [email protected] with the subject “Lesbian Life Article”.   Yes, the Lesbian Life Blog, will be stronger then ever.    Thank you for your support.   Aliya Leigh   
6/23/20110
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Official Statement from Aliya Leigh

In an official statement today from Aliya Leigh (New York, NY - 7:35pm - June 21, 2011):  "I have always been, and will continue to be, the biggest  supporter of gay and lesbian rights. I am fiercely dedicated to my large fan base and trust that a few pictures will not change their views of me. I am NOT straight." -Tarrah Grant / Publicity 
6/22/20110
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Secrets of Women

Secrets of Women By Aliya Leigh As I look at my long muscular nude body in mirror, I look at myself as a thing beauty. I lightly touch my skin with my long gentle fingers. I gently touch my smooth coca skin; which is flawless in every way. My eyes are almond shaped with a golden-brown, my lips are full of life and love and my nose is perfect as if God gave it to me. My breasts are hard and small, just perfect for the perfect person. My abs is tight and hard, as well as, my legs and the rest of my body. I am made beautiful in every way. Women are beautiful creatures from God. We are strong, have strength, have might, communicators, leaders, and have the greatest sense of emotion. Women can have waterfalls of sweet juices of love and life with only a touch. By the right touch, a woman will love you for life. Touch her and she will moan, feel her energy and she will melt in your hands. Women are emotional creatures. We feed on emotion. Emotion is our passion and our fire. Emotion is our desire. Emotion is equal to women. One night, I was with my partner and we just kissed each other. The kiss was insane and blew my mind. It gave me a rush inside my body and I was floating on air. My eyes rolled to the back of my head; I felt high and alive. It was the most perfect kiss with a touch to match. In sex, women are not always looking for penetration, but a touch and kiss can go a long way. Talking is always good. A whisper in the ear, and a lick here and there will make her go insane. Remember sex is sex. Making love is making love. Most men and some women forget that sex and making love is not the same, but two different actions with two different results. In a loving relationship, communication is always the key, even if you two don’t agree on a topic or a matter. A couple can’t be afraid to discuss topics. If you want someone to always agree with you, you can marry your hand or a robot. The choice is yours. But, know this; your partner should always be your best friend; who’s an extension of you. This is the differences between men and women. Women feed on emotion to drive them as men need to lead and protect. It’s in our DNA.
6/21/20110
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The New Skinheads of the Afro Gene

The New Skinheads of the Afro Gene By Aliya Leigh Black people need to go back into slavery. Yes, I do believe Blacks have forgotten what it feels like to be an outcast in society. Blacks are becoming the new members of the KKK. Yes, I said it, Skinheads look out. Your brothers from a different color. To me, it seems that the Blacks in this country don’t think gay rights are the same as civil rights. Civil rights are about rights of individuals’ freedom from unwarranted infringement by governments and private organizations and ensure one’s ability to participate in the civil and political life of the state without discrimination or repression. So what is the difference between Civil Rights and Gay Rights? Nothing. It’s the same deal. Like HELLO. It bothers me that Blacks had to go through hell and back, to have the position they have in this country. We even have a Black President. But now, they don’t care about the rights about anyone else, but still talking about the Civil Right struggle. Years ago, in this country, Blacks could not get married to each other; which is why Blacks have this statement, “Jumping the broom”. When a couple “Jumped the broom” that means, the couple is married. It was also true; Black and Whites could not get married together. So what? Now, I am not talking about marriage, but I am talking about rights and feeling human. Two days ago, a straight guy asked me “What is the big deal about gay marriage? Straight marriages have problems too.” Yes, this is true, but when Gays are able to get married, Gays will be considered as HUMANS not as people who are mentally insane or sexual diseased people who needs sex rehab. I am Black and happy to be Black, but Blacks need to stop with the hate of the Gay Rights issue. Being Gay is not a White Man disease and some Black people are Gay. I am sorry to tell you, Black people. Black people can be Gay. So, Civil Rights are the same as Gay Rights. It’s the same! So deal with it!
6/16/20110
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My interview with 3minds - Top 10 places to take your girl.

Don't stay in the house, get outside with your girl! Check out the places that 3minds would go....Special guest writer @aliyaleigh
6/15/20110
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Tracy Morgan Said WHAT?!!!

Tracy Morgan Said WHAT?!!! By Aliya Leigh  “Tracy Morgan's costars and other celebrities are condemning the homophobic remarks that he made during a recent comedy show in Nashville.” What do you think?  I don’t care. Yes, I am a lesbian! But, I do believe in the Freedom of Speech.  “Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak freely without censorship. The synonymous term freedom of expression is sometimes used to indicate not only freedom of verbal speech but any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas, regardless of the medium used. In practice, the right to freedom of speech is not absolute in any country and the right is commonly subject to limitations, such as on ‘hate speech’.” I say this, please don’t physically hurt.  I don’t care what you say to me or about me.  I had been teased and bullied enough from grade school to Junior High School, so I can careless about someone talking or making fun of me.  With the Tracy Morgan thing, it just shows how closed minded he is and how he needs to understand the world.  Freedom of speech is important in this country. If we censor every person’s speech, our freedom of speech will be thrown out the window. In this country, we can’t afford this.  We need freedom to say whatever we need to say, regardless of what people think.  The power thinking humans have is; remove ourselves from the element that is negative and dark.  So, if you don’t like what is being said, remove yourself. Don’t let an idiot take your power, you need to take charge of your power and your life. 
6/13/20110
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Sex and Marriage

Sex and Marriage By Aliya Leigh I was talking to some religious people about the bible and homosexuality. I was excepting an answer like the normal stuff, but I got something extra; which I needed to share with you.  Now, I don’t care if you’re gay, straight or bi, but these questions are for any married couple. Why did you get married? What makes a real marriage?  What are the key components in marriage?  It’s amazing how people have their own view of marriage.  From an open marriage to a marriage business agreement; you can see why people’s view of marriage is so warped.  Now, I am totally for gay marriage. The main reason is legal arrangements.  With a legal marriage, you have rights over property, legal family member and cheaper taxes. With marriage you become one flesh so the two partners share everything together, even medical information.  So, those are the benefits of a legal marriage. Why do people get married and is there sex involved in this arrangement? You guys know, I love sex.  It’s like a release for me, like my high.  But, I will like to find the one who I can spend my life and body with.  I am only looking for one person. My stand on marriage is two people who love each other to the point of death and Hades.  Yeah, I know that is not all real, but I can still dream.  In a marriage, is sex important? Let see. By speaking to people, I have learned sex is not the most important thing in a marriage, but intimacy is very important. A glance at your partner’s body as they get out of the shower, looking into their eyes and thinking about holding them forever,  touching, kissing, feeling, talking or even doing a chore can be intimate and a sexual intense gesture. From personal experience, just looking at my girlfriend  walking out of the shower just made me want to take her and make her scream until she fell asleep.  Holding hands, texting and sending a picture is so sexual, this can make a marriage fresh and new every day.  My parents have been married since the age of the dinosaurs, but they have a Friday date night.  They date each other once a week to refresh the marriage.  But, let’s talk about sex.  What is sex?  Sex is when two people make love with each other. But, again this is open to interpretation why?  Some people believe sex in a marriage is only for making children. In the bible God told Adam and Eve to have children, so you men and women should only get  married to have children. WTH? So, in other words, you are telling me, I can’t have sex with my husband or wife, only if we are ready to have a family! What?  You got to be kidding? So, if that’s the case, why do old people get marriage?  They can’t have babies. Getting back to my story, the religious people told me that, “I can’t be with a woman and I need to be single for the rest of my life.  I can have friends to kill the void of companionship”.  But, that doesn’t make sense.  I have some male friends.  They treat their partners differently then their friends.  With friends, you can share ideas and thoughts with; with a partner you can share your whole life because you become one flesh.  This is the main reason why people do get married.  In marriage, sex is important, but with a twist.  For a woman, you can have an orgasm with a kiss or a touch. To me, this is a sexual experience. Sharing your body with the one you love, is the most exotic experience ever and can you get wet whenever you see them.  They can be smelly and sick and you will still what to make them scream. One example, I was with a girl, Miss June of 2009, she was a rebound girl because I just broke up with my first love. I was so heart broken.  It was like; God ripped out my heart and ate it in front of me with a smile. I hated God for a while because I that bastard made my girlfriend cheat on me and a guy to prove a point that homosexuality is a sin.  So, I started having sex with the world and didn’t care.  Anyway, I was so sick with the flu and she came over to care for me.  She thought I was so sexy with yellow mucus runny down my nose, a trail of used tissues on my bedroom floor, and coughing up flam, as I was wearing pee strained shorts. She wanted to have sex with me, even though I had a temperature. See, sexy! I found God again and God wanted us to have a happy life.  He created us to love, not be alone and not to have sex.  I don’t believe sex is just about making babies, but to share a special relationship your soul mate - the person who you will take a bullet for.  Sex is not about doing it like a porn video, but it has meaning and understanding behind it. Why do people get married?  They want to share the rest of their lives with that one person, who they want to be with.
6/13/20110
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Lesbian Life Blog - Being Lesbian has it's greatest moments

6/13/20110
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On Vacation

Sorry, guys!  I have been on vacation and busy with stuff, but I will be back very soon.  You can follow me on Twitter for updates.  Twitter: @aliyaleigh 
6/8/20110
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Happy Easter! Lizzy the Lezzy & Gary the Gay Stand up comedy

6/8/20110
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Lizzy the Lezzy & Gary the Gay Stand up comedy videos

6/8/20110
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STRAIGHT GIRLS! Stand up Comedy videos by LIZZY THE LEZZY

6/8/20110
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Arm Workout - No Weights Needed!

5/25/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 19

5/25/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 18

5/25/20110
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H0RNY LESBIAN

5/25/20110
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5 Minute Tone Body Arms Workout, Fitness Training w/ Tammy

5/24/20110
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5 Min Tone Abs Workout 2, Fitness Training w/ Tammy

5/24/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 17

5/24/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 16

5/24/20110
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A SONG FOR MY EXES

5/24/20110
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This Word Is Forbidden

Listen at your own risk.   http://www.aliyaleigh.com
5/24/201122 minutes, 54 seconds
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How do I accept myself?

5/22/20110
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How do you introduce your girlfriend to your parents?

5/21/20110
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Lizzy the Lezzy - BATWOMAN IS A LESBIAN

5/21/20110
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LIZZY THE LEZZY - LESBIAN ADDICT!

5/20/20110
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Is Cheating Wrong? - Podcast

What do you think?   http://www.aliyaleigh.com Check out the latest gossip on @aliyaleigh 
5/20/20110
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What's your take on cheating?

5/19/20110
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Lizzy the Lezzy says goodbye to the L Word

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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 15

5/18/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 14

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How to deal with a break-up

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LIZZY THE LEZZY - LINDSAY LOHAN IN JAIL!

5/18/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 13

5/18/20110
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Why is there more drama in a lesbian relationship?

5/17/20110
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LIZZY THE LEZZY - STRAIGHT GIRLS!

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SweetGirlTV - Girls Night Out

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SweetGirlTV - NYC Restaurants

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JoJoba and Coconut Oil - Natural Alternative

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5 Minute Tone Body Legs Workout

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Bedrock Anthem

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Key Traits of Social Entrepreneurs

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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 12

#12
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 11

#11
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Lesbian Answers - Why is there more drama in a lesbian relationship?

Why is there more drama in a lesbian relationship?
5/14/20110
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Lizzy The Lezzy

Libby Phone Call to Lizzy the Lezzy!
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How to clear Blackheads dirty Pores on Nose

5/13/20110
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Sexy Legs Quickie Workout

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It's All About The Pentiums

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Understand Your Customers' Minds

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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 10

#10
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 9

#9
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Lesbian Answers - How do you ask a girl if she is gay?

How do you ask a girl if she is gay? (For the straight male)
5/13/20110
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Lizzy the Lezzy Gets Laid

Lizzy the Lezzy Gets Laid
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Lizzy the Lezzy

Lizzy the lezzy - secret party
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Bleach 1 Part 2

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Bleach part 1

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Bleach - Opening 1 - Asterisk (Orange Range)

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SweetGirlTV -- Deal Breakers 101

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Natural Beauty

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Couch Potato Quickie Workout

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Smells Like Nirvana

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How to Be a Social Media Change Agent

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Eli's Dirty Jokes Episode 8

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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 7

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How can you tell if a girl is gay? & How can I meet girls?

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5/12/20110
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Lizzy The Lezzy

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Airplane Beauty Tips

5/11/20110
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Intense Fitness Performance Sessions

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Canadian Idiot

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Social Media Revolution

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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 6

#6
5/11/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 5

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5/11/20110
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Lesbian Answers - What do I do if I like my best friend?

What do I do if I like my best friend?
5/11/20110
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LIZZY THE LEZZY

GAY & LESBIAN SIBLINGS!
5/11/20110
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How to Cook Tofu

5/10/20110
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Supermodel Workout

5/10/20110
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Ebay Parody Song

5/10/20110
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Best Practices and Insights into Social Media

5/10/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 4

#4
5/10/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes - Episode 3

#3
5/10/20110
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Lesbian Answers - How do I 'come out' to my family and friends?

How do I 'come out' to my family and friends?
5/10/20110
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Lizzy The Lezzy

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5/10/20110
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30 Beauty Tips in 4 mins

5/9/20110
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O Diesel - Workout

5/9/20110
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THE DARK KNIGHT - PARODY

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Social Media Facts

5/9/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes #2

#2
5/9/20110
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Eli's Dirty Jokes #1

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5/9/20110
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Lesbian Answers - What are lesbian terms?

What are lesbian terms?
5/9/20110
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Lizzy at the L Beach

Lizzy at the L Beach Lesbian Festival! Feat. Helena Peabody, Heather Peace & BETTY!
5/9/20110
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Lesbian Answers - Why is homosexuality a trend?

Why is homosexuality a trend?
5/8/20110
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Social Media in Plain English

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5/7/20110
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Lizzy The Lezzy

HAPPY BIRTHDAY WIPEOUT HOMOPHOBIA ON FACEBOOK!
5/7/20110
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Shadow Creatures - Official Trailer

Shadow Creatures - Official Trailer We can't stand the cockroaches called Vampires & Werewolves are friends.
5/5/20110
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My Reflection of My City

I was born and raised in Rosedale, New York.  Rosedale is a small town in Queens.  This is how I feel about 9/11 and the death of Bin Laden.
5/4/201128 minutes, 30 seconds
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O-DIESEL: WORLD-CLASS TRAINER & FITNESS MACHINE

O-DIESEL: WORLD-CLASS TRAINER & FITNESS MACHINE World-class personal trainer Oscar “O-Diesel” Smith chooses to let his actions speak louder than words. While his actions have resulted in building an impressive client list including several celebrities and professional athletes due to their word of mouth, these actions have also played a larger role in transforming a former aspiring Olympic gymnast into the world-class person he is today. Smith may not have fulfilled his ultimate dream of competing in the 1988 Summer Olympics, something he often thought of as a young gymnast at the BK Gymnastics Center in Long Island. But he turned what at the time was a heart-wrenching negative – breaking his leg before the Olympic Games were set to begin – into a life-saving positive. Working hard in the gym to help himself after he suffered his injury, Smith in turn helped others on the road to his own recovery. He started his own gym in Tribeca appropriately named “O-Diesel”, but perhaps more importantly became a valuable member of the United States Lifesaving Association Team. Smith has also been certified as a Level 3 Lifeguard for 18 years and continues to be a big-time triathlete. These experiences speak for themselves in terms of promoting a healthy and fit lifestyle because he lives it every day. O-Diesel Website
5/3/20110
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Trump the Joker

YOUR NAME is your brand. Ellen DeGeneres & Jerry Seinfeld.   Always remember to keep your values close to your hert and always respect others. If Trump lived in England around 1500, he would have been killed.  IThis is my story!
5/1/201158 minutes, 58 seconds
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President Obama at the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner

You know, I am not an Obama fan, but I have to give him credit for this!
5/1/20110
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Shadow Creatures -- Check it out!

Shadow Creatures is about:  My name is E and this is my dark life! My family and I came from the devil himself because he had to prove a point to God.  We look normal on the surface with rosy glasses, but inside -our dark souls - we are monsters within. Human flesh is our delicate delight and human blood is our sweet delicious wine. This is the Saxton's family secret.  I'm a Shadow Creature. This is my life.  New Post: A Goddess Among Thieves When I walk into a room, I am God and the Normals are my prey. With a lick of my lips, they quiver. With my smile, they wonder. With my glance, they pee in their pants. Yes, I rule them, like the rats that they are. I am God in their eyes. It’s so funny for a teenager with black wavy long hair, thin body, white as pure snow and the violet of eyes can strike fear into a soul of a Normal; I laugh when I think about it. It’s so funny, a little girl like me, holds so much power over people who believes in an unknown nothing. Anyways…. My name is Trinity. My father named me. He wanted me to be the most special grandchild of our crazy ass family. Yep. Think about it, The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit in ONE vessel or vase; which is me. Yes, I am all three and have special abilities then my own twin brother and the rest of my family. Even Spirit, is afraid of me. Why I’m special or the chosen one, I don’t know or care. I love it and no one can take it away from me; not even the stupid The One. Who gives a care about The One? If The One is around, It needs to kick my butt as if I was made out of gold. My brother and I go to a very very private school; which you will think was created and built by King Solomon himself. The hallways are laced with gold, our lockers are encrusted with jewels, and our flat ware is from Tiffany’s. We have doormen for our classrooms and private transportation to take us to and from school. I bet if my classmates and I put our trust funds together, we can solve the National Debt. For me, I love Normals taste, skin, juices, blood and their stomachs. The stomach is the best part. You can tell a lot about aNormal from the stomach. My brother, love theNormal skin. I don’t blame him. The skin is the best part too. When you put honey and BBQ on aNormal skin and bake the body in the oven – the taste is heaven. The skin is so crispy and juicy. My mouth is watery just thinking about it. Pulling the skin off the bone is heaven. The taste is so rich and the when the skin melts in your mouth and can roll your eyes back and praise a spirit that is unknown. The taste and delight of Normalis so so good, I wish I can eat them one by one. I love an oven baked body of a Normal. My favorite is Black and Spanish. Pure Nazi White meat is too dry and boring; it’s like eating Greens. Yuck! Black and Spanish people are spicy, hot and have so much favor. Mixed race is good too, but the pure is better. My uncle Bryan invented fake Normal meat and blood. It tastes worst then Pure Nazi White meat, but it helps me live. My people can eat other meat like chicken, goat, turkey and beef. But, it’s not the same. I love Normals. My parents, brothers and sisters all love Normal meat and we try to stay away for the chicken and other crap. But, we follow the rules about eating the real thing, we have to eat the fake crap or my aunt Erika will punish my mother. There’s a lot of crazy stuff happening in my family. Max is half vamp, Spirit is doing her job (STRANGE), Rebecca is taking more of an interest, Fire got her orders and E is in love with Thor. It’s like a soap opera with Supernatural all over it. Funny but true. Instead of watching TV, I get the updated news from our family sect advisor; Matthew. If Simon Peter knew about Matthew, Matthew will disappear. It’s funny; this post will go on the web. Let us say, Matthew have not been working out as an advisor. With any advisor, if you don’t kiss my butt then you will get hurt. Simple rule, right? While, you know, some people are slow. My sister Oriana called me today. I miss her. She’s my role model and my best friend. Oriana is the first born and is loved by my parents. Her name means Sunrise because her face is like the Sun. She has olive skin, dark yellow eyes and bright blonde hair. She’s so beautiful and amazing but don’t mess with her – she can burn. Oriana and Spirit are business partners and best friends; although Spirit is older. I did ask Oriana about Spirit renewed interest in the family. Oriana said, “Spirit is bored. She needs something to excite her”. Oriana is right, Spirit is so old; I don’t think Spirit knows her real age. Oh yeah, my special abilities, I do have them. I possess them deep into my white bones: Pride, Envy, Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Honor, Worship, Angry and The Touch of God. My skin is made out of the purest gold, my eyes are diamonds, my scent is rare perfume and my touch is Godlike. I am an idol to all things, big and small. A loose hair strand becomes a recital and my nail clippings are worshiped like an idol. I am God on Earth. One reason, I am feared.
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A word from O-Diesel - To improve your health thru fitness

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May 21 2011 - So What?

I live in Phoenix, Arizona and I have been seeing billboards which say "SAVE THE DATE - May 21 2011". What does this mean?  Judgment Day!!!   PLEASE!!!!  As I understand from the bible, the angels or anyone don't know the time, the day or the hour, so how can we save the date?     This is so funny! Why?  Ok, let me tell you: 1) My mother just lost her firstborn child named Aliya, who was supposed to be my older sister. This was the year 1975.  2) My mother was very depressed and had to visit her grandmother, who was my great-grandmother.  My great-grandmother was a Jehovah's Witness.  She told my mother, the world will end in the year, 1976. With hearing this, they got into an argument and my mother left in anger.   3) My mother wanted to get pregnant again and decided if she was going to die; her unborn child will die too. But, my great-grandmother's words got the best of her. My mother started to study the bible with Jehovah's Witnesses.  4) My mother converted and I was born April 19, 1976.     5) As you can see, I am still alive.  I am typing this right now, in my bed, half nude. I'm a beautiful opinionate, loud - mouth, blogger and podcaster Republican.  Who had written 3 books, 4 scripts, have an apparel and skateboard design line and producing a web show.   Just think, if the world ended before I was born, you guys would never have the joy to know me and be in my presence.  LOL.  So, yes, this is funny to me.     But, here is the news article and videos below.   May 21, 2011: Judgment Day Rumors Spread Across The US The Huffington Post  Dean Praetorius May 21, 2011 will mark the second coming of Christ, or at least that's what some Christian groups believe. The date was calculated by Harold Camping, the leader of an independent Christian ministry called Family Radio Worldwide, which is based in Oakland, Calif. Camping's date is based on his interpretation of the bible. Camping's group isn't the only one following hisapocalyptic prediction though. A number of loosely affiliated websites and radio broadcasts have created a movement independent of churches that have organized to proclaim the day as the end of the world. Billboards, bus stop benches, and travelling caravans of RVs from Bridgeport, Conn. to Little Rock, Ark. are being used to spread the word, according to the AP. Allison Warden (pictured) has been helping to organize the campaign not only through billboards and post cards, but through the web, using her siteWe Can Know. Camping, 89, says the bible acts as a calendar by which the dates of prophecies can be calculated. "Beyond the shadow of a doubt, May 21 will be the date of the Rapture and the day of judgment," he toldthe AP. While this isn't the first time that the end of the world has been predicted, there are many believers that will adhere to the date, even if it passes. "It would be like telling the Wright brothers that every other attempt to fly has failed, so you shouldn't even try," Chris McCann, who works with eBible Fellowship, told the AP. UPDATE: CNN has since taken a close look at 'Project Caravan,' the mobile movement preaching the end of the world. For more, watch the clip from CNN below.
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Exclusive Interview with my girls 3minds - The Queerest Marketing Group

I love these girls.  These girls have so much fun in public, that at first, I thought they were a dance group. Then I found out, they are a marketing group who helps out the small businesses in the Queer Community.  So, with that in mind, you need to hire them because they put the fun and entertainment back into marketing. Look at the picture; I want to be around them.  What is 3minds? 3minds is a small business geared towards the LGBTQ Community. As a small business we understand how difficult it was to build 3minds from the ground up so we wanted to pay it forward. Recently, we began offering affordable advertising for other small business owners using our vast networking connections to get a jump start on their business, and reach their target audience. In addition, we host events, parties, red carpets etc. When 3minds is at your party or event we turn it up. Who is in the group? The 3 members of 3minds are Linn, Daya, & Nikkie. How did 3minds get started? We were introduced to one another by a mutual friend after church. During conversation we all agreed the community needed to see lesbians from a positive perspective. From that day on in 2008 we began to create products, produce events, and media outlets that would show the faces of the LGBTQ community Do you feel that the Queer community has made advancements in the social stigma? While we believe there is so much to still be done for many of us that have been out for sometime (lol, not telling our ages). We can all agree that we didn’t see magazines made for us, by us and now we have IKONS and No Labelz magazine in stores like Barnes and Nobles and Borders...We didn’t see small businesses similar to 3Minds…We didn’t see celebrities coming out and still having lucrative careers such as Ellen, Wanda Sykes and others. With all that being said, there is still so much work to be done and we plan to put our time in. It’s bigger than us. What does Gay Pride mean to you? Being gay doesn’t define us. We’re all accomplished women who happen to love women. When we think of “Pride” in itself, a couple of things come to mind…dignity, self acceptance and self respect. If you have a wish for the Queer community, what will it be? More unity! Self love and love for others. How do people expect society in whole to accept gay love when we look down on each other? 3Minds “Creatively, we never sleep” Linn Director of Marketing & Events [email protected] www.my3minds.com Twitter: @3minds
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Exclusive Interview with the One and Only Sister Sadist

Here’s the Exclusive Interview with the One and Only Sister Sadist. She’s a wonderful writer and blogger. I have become a fan of hers when I joined into this crazy weird Twitter site. LOL. I have been following her for a while and she has inspired me to live life to the fullest, be true to yourself and others, be spiritual and still have a deep grounding in faith. I was always had been curious about her because she has such a Dark Goth side to her, but so sweet, like a corpse with a lotus flower growing inside of her. So, of course, I had to interview her. Plus, she wanted to promote her NEW project. Remember the name Sister Sadist because she’s about to blow up soon! Tell me about yourself? Well - My real name is Camicia, I'm a Florida native, I've lived here all of my life. I've been with my husband for a little over 10 years. I live for the quiet life. My days revolve around yoga, my writing, my husband and my pets. Oh and wine. I'm a huge wine nerd! Currently, live in a small town called Ormond Beach, FL. We are a small suburb just north of Daytona Beach - home of NASCAR, Bike Week and MTV's original spring break party (from WAY back in the 80's!) Why do you call yourself Sister Sadist? The story behind the name isn't nearly as exciting as the moniker itself. Ages ago I was a huge online gamer (I played World of Warcraft for roughly 4 years), I was the group leader for about 200 people and had a reputation for being fairly strict with the group rules. I started to build a reputation for being a sadist and when I started a Priest character the name Sister Sadist came up in honor of the female equivalent of Priests (Think Sister Mary-Catherine the Catholic School teacher) and my strict disciplinary tactics! What do you write about? Everything! Lately, my focus has been on my spiritual journey and recognizing my own self-worth and capabilities. I write a lot about finding a path to God but without the constraints of religion. I'm a huge yoga fanatic so I write a bit about that as well and how my practice tends to sometimes guide me to God. You mention about a project that you are working on, what is it? I'm working on building a woman's community website called The Well Written Woman (TheWellWrittenWoman.com) - we launch May 1. The goal is to create a community of enlightened and educated women that can gather to share their ideas, experiences and personal stories to gain a sense of self within a nurturing online community. We want to draw an audience of not just writers, but women of all kinds who are looking for an online source that they feel meets their intellectual and imaginative needs for news, life, style, fitness, spirituality and so many other topics. We want our community to encourage women to build new outlooks and perspectives with creative ideas and insightful conversation, ultimately finding a balance between feminism and feminine. **Please check out TheWellWrittenWoman.com on MAY 1. Sister Sadist (twitter: @SisterSadist) http://www.sistersadist.com http://www.thewellwrittenwoman.com
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Deep Wounds - Short Story

Deep Wounds By Aliya Leigh      The wound was so deep… Like gush spewing blood that made B cry out in pain and anguish.  The wound was deep within her soul, was as if someone had poured a gallon of salt water in the wound. She hated the feeling that nothing would be able to heal  the wound.  She wanted it to kill herself slowly hoping she would die with feeling, but the wound made her hollow inside.  The wound made her not feel; the sense of touch, pain, love or any other human emotion at all.  The wound made her hollow as if she was already dead, like the walking dead without a sense of belonging or self.     To think back, B didn’t have a care in the world for anyone; only herself.  She was self center cunt. She would never think twice about anyone because she didn’t give a shit.  Now, she cares, why? Because a girl broke the one thing she only had; heart.   B walks around in the apartment trying to think.  She sat down on a couch.  The wound is deep and the pain is torture.  She looks at the sharp kitchen knives; there is one, a knife that can cut through anything.  She looks at them and studies them.  She could use the knife to curve out the deep wound in her heart.  She wanted to do it, but she was a coward.   “Damn, damn, damn,” all that come out of B mouth, but no feeling or knowledge of the words, only nothing.   The wound is so deep, that to cure it, she needs to be a hollow – a person that is nothing.     ******************************************************************   “Yaa, Yeah, Yaa, Yaa,” the moans of sexual torture B made.  She was in sexual heaven and hell all at the same time.    “Oh, god...  Yes,” B said over and over again in a sexually charged tortured love song.  This would be the tenth time she has cum and the women were not planning on stopping.    The torture made her feel human – pain of life, the joy of sex and the fear of no control, all at the same time.  She enjoys that feeling more than having an orgy.   She couldn’t move and was powerless, in her own bedroom.  She was blindfolded and tied to her own rod iron bed, each limb tied to a single post; suspended above the mattress. This bed frame had been custom made just for this purpose.  Each post of her been was specially designed so that a rope could be tied securely even against the struggles brought on by her sexual play.   So there she was suspended above her own mattress with one woman sucking and lapping at the delicate folds of her pussy while alternately sucking her clit, while the other wiped her with leather riding wipe. You could hear  the force of the blows to her skin, with each crack of the wipe she was brought closer to orgasm. With each passing moment and each blow the flesh of her body would rise in an angry red line. B didn’t feel the leather against her skin because to her, it felt like a sensual tongue licking and teasing her most sensitive of body parts.   She cried out in a tortured sexual bliss.  “Oh, Ohh, Ohhh, Fuck, Ohhh”, B cried out, not wanting these twisted felling of ecstasy to stop.  She was cuming, the juices from her hot pussy where dribble out creating an ever growing puddle in the bed below. The intensity of the pain brought on by the torture and the pleasure that she had been longing for this whole week was at its peak, and she was about to make her pussy into a fountain.    “Oh Fuck, Ohh, Ohh… (ring… ring…) What the fuck!,”  B said as a generic sounding ring tone emanated from the cell phone in a chair off in the corner of the room began to play without any warning.    “Come on, don’t fucking stop!  Come on!” B yelled.   The women continued, but the phone continued as well. B was doing her best to block out the sound and to concentrate on her own self fulfillment, but the phone never stop, like a bad song stuck in your head.    “Stop, just stop, I mean stop. I’m serious. Get me down,” B said and then cursed under her breath.    The two women untied her as quickly as they could and B took off the blindfold.   She got up from her bed in a huff and walked over to her chair.    “I thought, I put this thing on silence, damn, this better be good,” B said.   The women didn’t make a sound, as they were order to apply torture, but never to speak.   B dialed the phone number with her face red with angry, but worry, wondering if someone had died in a plane or car crash, murdered or something dreadful. If not, she was going to kill the person who made her stop her multiple orgasms with no reason.   “What,” B said.   “Oh, thank god you picked up.  I have been calling and calling…”   “About what…, Judy,” B said.   “Cindy. You know…,” Judy said.   B wanted to put her hands through the phone and choke the living daylights out of Judy.   “What about Cindy? This better be good.  I swear, it better be good,” B said in a very annoyed sounding voice.   “Oh, honey, she called me and …,” Judy said.   “So what… You want a fuckin prize,” B said with a bit of disdain in her voice.   “No... Honey.  She should be knocking on your door soon.  Now, remember your anger management,” Judy said.   “Shut up.  What the hell?” Beatrice asked.   “She wanted to have sex with the famous hoe of the valley,” Judy said.   “I don’t think so, I would rather have sex with a toothless, smelly old woman on skid row in the middle of street, then Cindy, while I’m sober,” B said.   “Tell her that. I’m just warning you. See you have a rep,” Judy said.   “Please. See you tomorrow.  I’ll handle this,” B said as a knock came from the front door.   B puts the phone down and walks over to the front door naked with not even so much as a tissue cover her shapely form.  She opened the door, wide open so that the world at large could admire her toned, shapely, mocha colored body. She was proud of it and went to the gym everyday to keep it.    B stood there framed by the door way in front of Cindy with a body that looked like it was shaped by the sculpture of ancient Rome. Her Legs where long and shapely, her pussy hairless still dripping wet with cum, she had perky breast that flowed down to rock hard abs, her arms were toned with a superb definition, and her face was one God molded himself to perfection.  Her short red hair made her look like a young girl with a woman’s body.   “I want to fuck you,” Cindy said.   “Too bad, I have nothing for you,” B said as she crossed her arms.   “I know you want it.  I can give it to you.  Look at you, I see you were playing with yourself,” Cindy said.   “Why would you say that,” B said.   “You left the club alone,” Cindy said.   “Because I had an appointment,” B turns her head in the apartment, “Girls, come here.”   The women walk over to B and stand in front of Cindy, both on either side of her.    Cindy’s eyes showed a bit of surprise and sadness all at the same time, this just as a man was walking his dog only to almost trip and fell.    “I know you like what you see old man,” B said and the man continued to walk pass her door with an obvious hard on in his pants.   “So, do I look like I’m lonely?” B asked.   “You’re a slut,” Cindy said.   “No, I’m a hoe.  There’s a big difference,” B said.   “You going to catch something,” Cindy said.   “And to think, you wanted to sleep with me. I’m the hoe, remember.  I sleep around.  I have a rep. Did you think, it was fake? I have pleasured and been pleasured. I’m just that good.  Look, even you want a piece of me.  But because I’m with two women and just had multiple orgasms, I’m a slut.  Bitch please.  Now, go before I kick your ass down stairs. I’m trying to be nice, Good Bye…” B said, closing the door and locking it.   B looked at the women in front of her and said, “So.”   One woman got down on her knees and started licking B’s still dripping pussy and the other stood from behind massaging her breasts.   B was in ecstasy again and her juices started to flow but only slightly.   The touching and the licking only made her feel like this was work. Normal and not very exciting, more like something you do to past the time away in a long meeting.   She looked down at her stomach and saw the raised red welts across her stomach, she smiled.  It reminded her that she could be hurt, she had feeling those of a human, not some arrogant goddess she made herself to be.   After B had her fill of the women and her sexual urges satisfied, the women had their bragging rights and left for the evening.  The taste of B was like honey and sweet cream; a flavor so perfect one would crave the taste. The juices made a person’s mouth water for days and made you want more, so much so it would make you do anything just to taste that perfectly sweet combination of paradise in your mouth again.   Being with the Queen Bitch B, had its perks, but you had to be willing to throw your morals in the trash and be trash in the process.   Little did they know, but B had secrets; she never opened up or trusted anyone.  If you thought about it, there must have been a reasons why a street smart with a Masters in English, taught at a local college, who was a screen writer and novelist would want to wear an electric dog collar around her neck, want her body to be in pain due to blunt objects and whips leaving behind bruises, cuts and marks, make her wrist bleed and to be powerless in her own condo twice a month.  If only her friends knew; she was sick and troubled, they would have locked her away a long time ago and threw away the key.  She would have been forgotten and all her accomplishments would have been a joke.   Why would a person put themselves through torture and pain, to make themselves feel alive?  To make them understand fear.  To make them understand pain. To make them understand their own existence in the world.  B called this therapy; but a normal person would call it madness.    Since B was born into New York City high society, she never knew the meaning of failure or fear.  Those two words never entered her mind and never came out of her mouth.  She was born to succeed at any cost.  She was driven, a goddess in her own mind that she even worshiped herself.  But, lonely B had secrets that only she knew and forgot about and no one knew, until she failed for the first time in her life. This unlikely incident made her face her fear dead without the security of her whips and the chains.       “There’s she is, the little hoe,” Lisa said as the tired squealed, B walked into the restaurant.    B had on one of her exclusive custom made hats, sunglasses to block out the killer rays of sun and the normal lighting in the restaurant, a tee shirt and jeans, with one of her coach bags and matching sneakers.  She looked like a black trash version of Paris Hilton.    She looked to the table and sat down.  As always at Sunday brunch the women would stop chatting and there would be silence. She would snap her fingers and the waitress or waiter will place a fresh pot of coffee on the table in front of her, without saying a word. She would lift up her glasses to see the server and would than order her regular breakfast. After the Sunday brunch ritual that her friends knew so well, she would pour the coffee and they would stare at her.    “Cindy, she called me last night. You had marks on your body,” Lisa said as the women studied her.   B looked at all of them as if they were delinquent kids with disciplinary problems. She looked at each one of them, with her thick glasses on, took a breath and shrugged.    “Are you being abused?” Karen asked.   B rolled her eyes and said, “I don’t do relationships. Sometimes the fuck gets rough.”   Tracy looked at her in disgust, “I can’t understand why you, an intelligent black woman can’t grow up?”   B looked at her and took off her glasses.  The lights from the ceiling almost blinded her, as if she was locked in a dark cave for days.  She continued to blink and rub her eyes to get her focus and then looked at Tracy.    “Why, is this black thing?  Yes, I’m black. I know.  I look at myself in the mirror everyday.  One thing is, I’ll never grow up. I’m like the female peter pan, but sexy. I love my life and I bet I get more sex then you guys anyway.  By the way, if I’m such I child, why did you try to date me? So, do you need to grow up too,” B said.   There was as dead silence as the waitress delivers B’s food.  It was one pancake, one slice of french toast and one egg sunny side up with cheese. The chef made this meal just for her; the meal was called Queen B.    “Listen, the way you are going, you’ll be alone, what will you do when you can’t do your threesomes, quads, orgies, one night stands and all your other things that I don’t even what to think about.  You know, meaningful relationships that last a long time,” Jovanee said.   “If that’s what I want, I’ll marry an Asian,” B said.   “You can take things seriously,” Lisa said.   “No, I can’t.  Life shouldn’t be serious.  Life should be fun and exciting.  You can’t find that in a long-term relationship only in a quick fuck. Liz, you understand,” Beatrice said.     The group of women looked at the thin long straight black haired Latina in a nice pressed white collared shirt. She could feel their eyes piecing and stabbing every inch of her body. It was as if they were looking into her very soul.  They wanted the truth from Liz, since she did pass her hoe crown to Miss B.   Liz looked at them and toke a deep breath, “B is right…,” with a long pause, “she also wrong.”   “What?” B asked.   “A quick fix is exciting, but knowing you will be awaking up to the same person for years is a powerful experience,” Liz said.   “Until, they leave your ass,” B said.   “Shut up, QB.  I gave her everything, but she still had a thing for the opposite sex.  But, I did learn a lot from her, like how to maintain a long-term relationship,” Liz said.   “You two would still be together, if you were a man.  Come on, I love my life. I love how I live.  Can’t you just accept that?  I feel comfortable in my own skin and practice safe sex, ok.  God...  I love feeling young, like my college days,” B said.   “You’re not in college,” Tracy said.   “Yes, I am. Remember, I teach class at ASU. So, I’m in college. Tracy, age is just a state of mind, not a reminder of old bones or shit like that.  When I die, I will die happy,” B said and continued to eat and drink.   All the women at the table knew what type of woman B was.  Liz, was the only one that got close to her, but knew she was hiding something.   Liz, slept with her once and heard B talking in her sleep, she seemed to be talking to her parents, but when she questioned B about it she simple dismissed it as a regular dream.  For a while, Liz and B had a bit of a contest going.  It was to see how many women  they could sleep with in a month. Since B, doesn’t the meaning of failure, she won.  Since then, they have been rivals, but remained friends.  B had to thank Liz because the contest made her reputation grow in the valley of the sun.    The remainder of the brunch focused on the gay pride events that were coming up next weekend and what if any plans they had. The women wanted to go as a group to show their gay pride; which B wasn’t interested in.  The only way she showed her pride was having sex with women and turning straight women gay.  She felt that she was the gay ambassador for the straight and gay world.    No one knew why B was a bitch and proud of it.  Liz was the only one that knew B was a tormented soul that needed to be help and loved; even though she was accomplished in her field.  Liz could only see the glimpse of the goodness B had.    Like the time when Liz was kicked out of their house because her girlfriend of 8 years decided she wanted to move her boyfriend in. B got Liz an apartment and paid the move in cost, gave her some money for food and furniture and was a big support for her.  Liz will never forget what B did, but she always wondered why B was the way she was.    On the outside it all about the sex romps, bad attitude this was all just superficial, but inside Liz knew there was pain and sadness, but didn’t know why or what.  Only if she knew, she could help Queen B.   After brunch, the women paid for their meals, said their goodbyes and left.    B walked outside the restaurant and put on her sunglasses.  She looked like a young butch girl with a fashion sense. She opened her bag and took out a long thin cigarette. She placed it in her mouth as if she was making a fashion statement, but she never lit it.    B looked around her surrounding as if she was in another world; in another time.  The restaurant, the stores and streets all changed as the seconds of time ticked away, she could feel her world turning in front of her eyes.  She wanted to cry, wanted to laugh, but she didn’t want to remember.  The memories felt as if salt was being thrown on open wounds; which she tries to stitch up everyday. She felt so alone, confuse and hurt.  She hated life. Life wasn’t supposed to be so cruel to her, but it was.  She looked up at the sky and cursed God. I didn’t give a fuck, if it was a man or woman.  She didn’t give a damn.   She walked passed her red BMW and walked out of the parking lot.  She stepped on the sidewalk and walked North.  As she walked, she lit her cigarette and started to smoke.  She continued to walk and walk, as if she was on a mission to get somewhere fast, but not really knowing where to go.   B crosses the street and step on the sidewalk, where she stopped dead in her  tracks.  She looked around and everything, the trees, grass, buildings, light poles and even the sidewalks disappeared.  It was isolated deserted, wild land there was no civilization in sight except for one house.  She walked up and stood in front of the house. She stared at the house as if it were a statue.    The air was dusty, the sun was hot and the land was dry and cracked. It was a desert wilderness, with only one house.    B knew about the house well.  It was brown sandstone colored stucco finished house, with a distinctly southwestern look, the house had what looked like a half made attempt at a porch. The windows were sad and the house looked depress, like it needed crank or even meth to make it alive and energized.    She had her last drag of the cigarette and drops it on the sidewalk.  Studying the house took her back to her younger rebellious days.  The days when she was out of control, a fighter, when knowledge was power and the time was of love and passion.  Love and passion, she wanted that again.  She yearned for it.  She was even willing to die, just to have the Love and the Passion back again. A time when the level of passion reached heights, where her orgasms felt so intense it was as if a thousand tiny needles were piercing he every square inch of body, each one no causing pain but pleasure. It was a com so great, it will forever be written in the history never to be repeated again.    The mere thought of it made her weak in the knees and she just wanted God to grant her that same pleasure again; she longed for it.  For the gift of passion would make her change her life, be more compassionate and her good side would come out, but when she opened her eyes, the dream was gone and the house looked sadder than ever, like it would do anything to be demolished.    In that moment, B knew what real love was. She had it and felt it, but sometimes good things ends, but the memories are still the same.  She only had her memories and she would cherish them in her heart and soul, like a cornerstone to her being.  Life was happy then, now it’s miserable.  One reason, to fuck away the pain.       B saw a stone near her feet and picked it up.  She throws it at the house as if she was in her younger years and ran back to her car.  The streets, cars, lights, and other buildings started to appear again, but she looked like she had not aged since high school. She pressed the cars button and pulled into street with a bit of a squeal and drove away, as if she was being chased by the police.  She raced to her house and cried about the death sentence the house had placed on her.   B parked the car and ran into her condo. She was done for  the day and life was already done with her.    During night, as she tossed and turned, the nightmares were coming back to light.  Everything that she buried in her soul, the wounds they were coming to the surface and the wounds started to sting and she was unmovable.  She needed the pain to be dead.   She awoke in a cold sweat.  Her nightmare became reality again and this time she was going to end it.  She wanted to end her torture and she was preparing for this moment.  All the torture sessions she paid for was going to pay off.  She had no fear, she felt no physical pain, and she wanted the ultimate orgasm so she could die with a smile on her face.  She was ready.    She walked into her closet. On the top shelf was a black box with a knife in it.  She had been planning this for years.  As she opened the box, all her emotions came to life as if she was living in it again. In the box was a red velvet bag was a sharp knife that had never been used.  Her legs went limp and she slid down the wall.  She was ready.    She slid the knife across her wrist slowly to feel the intensity and sensual feeling of the blade slowly opening her skin like cutting soft butter. The pain made her cum and the wetness began to puddle beneath her. It was heaven. When she was done, the sexual arousal lingered like the last rays of the sun trying hard to stay in the sky. She didn’t want to feeling to end.  She did the other wrist and cum multiple times once again. It was the best sex she had ever had; she was smiling ear  to ear.  There was no pain, only pleasure and climax.  The knife dropped. She sat there in ecstasy, with her eye close.   “What are you doing?” a woman voice asked.   “Hello, what the hell are you doing, you look like shit?” the voice said again.   With a hard slap to the face, B woke up.  She was in a place with no balance, just floating with a woman looking at her.   “Sharon?” B asked.   “What the fuck are you doing?” Sharon asked.   Beatrice blushed and smiled when Sharon talked to her, but Sharon slapped her again. “What the hell?”  Sharon asked.   “I missed you. I want to be with you.  I need you,” B said as the blood was gushing out of her wrists.   “I know, but you need to move on.  You will always have me. I’m always there. I have been helping you, idiot.  I have given you good women and you treated them like trash. Why?” Sharon asked.   “They’re not you,” B said.   “Of course not, but babe, I’m dead. You can’t have me,” Sharon said.    Sharon sat next to B and B put her head in Sharon’s breast. B soaked up her smile, energy, spirit, smell and taste. She was whole again, not hollow.  She was alive, not a zombie. She was finally at peace.   “Babe, you need to live, for me. Please do. I’m begging you too. Don’t die because of me. I’m not worth it.  I was a coward and stupid.  I should have relied on you. I should have told you everything, but I didn’t and that’s why I’m not with you. I’m a coward. You were always the strong one.  Babe, my parents cut me off and I thought I had no one, but I forgot; I had you.  You need to survive and be strong,” Sharon said.   “I want to be with you,” B said with an ounce of breath. “Babe, it’s not you time.  I’m not asking to forget about me, but remember you have a life.  Live it.  You will find one soon.  Promise me you will live your life the way you always wanted and I’ll always be there, watching and helping.  I love you.  I will always love you. You promise never to do this again?” Sharon asked.   B looked at her lover and cried, “I promise.”   Sharon put her hand in her chest and pulls out a piece of her heart. Sharon put the piece in B’s chest.    “I will always be with you.  Now, live,” Sharon said.   With a breath, B opens her eyes slowly. She was in a white room and tubes were in her arm. There were bandages on her wrists.   In a weakness state, she looked around. She saw Liz by her side.     “You’re awake.  Thank god, I had a key to your apartment.  You fool.  You tried to kill yourself.  If you would have died, who would be the Queen Hoe?  I passed the crown to you remember.  Plus, honey,” Liz said as she stared into B’s eyes, “I care so much about you.  If you’d died, I wouldn’t know what to do.”   Liz leans over to B and kissed her gently on the lips as if she was fragile piece of priceless glass. B looked at her and smiled. Liz leans over again and gave B a long passionate kiss. B closed her eyes and thought about what Sharon said.   B needed to live her life and in the future, she will be joined with Sharon at the end.  Soon, she will not be hollow anymore.
4/16/20110
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Lesbian Paranoia

Listen to Lesbian Paranoia.  What is Lesbian Paranoia?  http://aliyaleighlive.libsyn.com http://www.aliyaleigh.com
4/14/201133 minutes, 3 seconds
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My brother the serial killer - Podcast

Listen to my podcast. What if your brother and sister is a serial killer?  Will your date be scared?  Plus, God will be in Phoenix, but when?  Http://www.aliyaleigh.com http://aliyaleighlive.libsyn.com 
4/14/201135 minutes, 36 seconds
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Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher's Anti-Sex Slavery

By Hollie McKay Demi Moore, husband Ashton Kutcher and their self-titled the Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA), which seeks to combat the sexual exploitation and slavery of minors, have come under fire this week over a campaign many consider to be inappropriately light and fluffy given the severity of the issue. The Hollywood power couple enlisted an array of their A and B-list friends (including Sean Penn, Jessica Biel, Eva Longoria and Justin Timberlake) for a public service campaign which consists of several short videos featuring the slogan “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls.” In one spot, Sean Penn proves that “real men know how to use an iron,” by ironing his sandwich before eating it. Justin Timberlake exemplifies that “real men know how to shave” by taking to his facial hair with an electric chainsaw. Bradley Cooper shows that “real men know how to make a meal” by pouring milk into a cereal box and eating it with a giant spoon. Not everyone is amused. “This is what happens when celebrities do an issue divorced from the movement. Once you chose an issue and don’t do it in collaboration with people who have been doing this for a long time, this is what you end up with," Norma Ramos, Executive Director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women told FOX411.com. "There is a general dumbing down that is going on and this is an example of dumbing down a social justice movement with the narrowest message possible.” Ramos said the ads are also completely ineffective. “Those men who are buying girls and children are pedophiles; they’re not going to be swayed by that campaign," she said. "They have got to have a campaign which is ‘real men don’t buy sex.’ You have to sacrifice wanting to be cool for wanting to be effective.” In another spot, Jamie Foxx shows that “real men know how to use a remote control” by using the device to open his beer bottle while happily engaged in an episode of Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice.” Ramos said the casting here was particularly inappropriate. “Donald Trump is CEO of a beauty pageant which simply fosters reducing women to sex objects. Once you reduce a human being to a thing they become disposable and putting him in this category of people,” Ramos continued. “I would have chosen the men a little more carefully.” Furthermore, Los Angeles-based psychologist Dr. Nancy Irwin, who predominantly works with sex offenders and their victims, concurred that while Moore and Kutcher’s hearts are in the right place, the execution of the videos was simply wrong. “The ads are not addressing the issue; they are veering off in another direction in a ‘gender joke’ attempt. With the enormous amount of heart and creativity available in both Moore and Kutcher, it would be preferable and a stronger message for the public to present male models of healthy sexuality with respect for women,” Irwin said. “Taking on traditional female activities such as knitting, ironing or cooking does not make a man. The answer to abuse of females is not to make men more like women.” Matthew Vadum of the Capital Research Center in Washington D.C also said that he feels the campaign only worsened the reputation of celebrities trying to do good. “It’s even more difficult than usual to take celebrities seriously when they put out flippant ads like this. Justin Timberlake shaving with a chainsaw? What exactly is the message here? There is a huge difference between ‘funny’ and foolishness,” he said. Reps for Kutcher and Moore did not respond for comment. However, Allison Trowbridge of the anti-slavery Not For Sale Campaign said that in spite of suspect campaign, their involvement has a positive impact. “Such viral buzz can be a true catalyst for individuals to engage and take action against modern-day slavery,” she said.”Not only do celebrity voices generate mass attention around the issue, but more importantly, they affect the cultural shift necessary to address the demand for this thriving criminal enterprise.” And campaign controversy aside, Kutcher and Moore are certainly passionate about drawing awareness to the subject of sex trafficking. “I was seized by a feeling of wanting to find the guy who is raping a 7-year-old girl and just beat the (expletive) out of him, really take his guts out. Well, that feeling won't change for me five or 10 or 20 years from now, wanting to take that guy to the woodshed won't change, fighting for that girl won't change,” Kutcher told USA Today this week while at a safe house for women rescued from sexual slavery. “So whether I'm tackling this on a large platform or am just a guy with a sign, I'll be doing this in 20 years." Deidre Behar contributed to this report. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2011/04/13/demi-moore-ashton-kutchers-anti-sex-slavery-campaign-blasted-critics/#ixzz1JSsOe0hf
4/14/20110
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Does the Bible Matter In the 21st Century?

By Vishal Mangalwadi Published April 13, 2011 | FoxNews.com In his quest to change oppressive regimes in Afghanistan and Iraq, President George W. Bush argued, “Everyone desires freedom.” True. Everyone also desires a happy marriage: can everyone therefore have one? Afghanistan, Iraq, Ivory Coast, and Libya ought to teach secular ideologues that freedom does not flow from the barrel of a gun. Nor does it flourish in every culture. Why do most American presidents place a hand on the Bible to take the oath of office? Secular education has made that a meaningless tradition, but the tradition exists because the Bible is the secret of America’s freedom. Forget the Bible and America will go the way of the first Protestant nation – Nazi Germany. Plato saw Greek democracy first hand and condemned it as the worst of all political systems. That’s why the spread of the Greek culture, called "Hellenization," did not stir a struggle for democracy. In AD 798, the English scholar Alcuin summed up the then European wisdom to Emperor Charlemagne: “And those people should not be listened to who keep saying the voice of the people is the voice of God, since the riotousness of the crowd is always very close to madness.” Indeed, the voice of a corrupt people is often the devil’s voice. The cancer at the heart of America’s political economy is cultural. This great nation was built by an ethic – a spirituality that taught citizens to work, earn, save, invest, and use their wealth to serve their neighbors. This biblical ethic has been replaced by secularism’s entitlement culture that teaches people that they have a right to this, that and the other without corresponding obligations to work, save, and serve. This new culture forces the state to take from productive citizens or borrow from other nations and spend it on man-made rights. This corruption of character is destroying the world’s greatest economy, but can democracy allow leaders to go against the voters’ voice? The people’s voice began to be honored as God’s voice only because the sixteenth century biblical Reformation began saturating the hearts and minds of the people with the Word of God. Those who prayed, “Your kingdom come, your will be done in Scotland (or England, or Holland)” found the grace to free themselves from the tyranny of men. Not just Islamic, but every culture that rejects the kingdom of God condemns itself to be ruled exclusively by sinful men. Almost everyone desires a happy marriage, but without the Bible, America cannot even define, let alone sustain marriage as one man–one woman, exclusive, and life-long relationship. The West became great because biblical monogamy harnessed sexual energy to build strong families, women, children, and men. Human history knows no force other than the Bible that has the capacity to dam sexual energy to build powerful families and nations. Indeed, no non-biblical culture has ever been able to require husbands to “love your wives” and give them the spiritual resources to do so. Vishal Mangalwadi is the author of "The Book That Made Your World: How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civilization." (Thomas Nelson) Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/04/13/does-bible-matter-21st-century/#ixzz1JSpZ3Cgx
4/14/20110
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Queer membership

By Aliya Leigh What are the qualifications to get the GLBT membership card?  Some women asks me this question a lot, but the wording is different. Like the GLBT club is a secret society and by holding this membership card, the street are paved with gold, the body turns into Jade and Diamonds, your eyes become stars, you become a God on earth and people will worship you.    With this membership card, you get the VIP treatment; the world can offer.  You are a giant and no one, not even the law can touch you.  You are unstoppable, untouchable; even the Mexican Mafia will tremble at your feet and lick the crack of your ass. People will care for your needs and lick your feet to clean them. You are the most powerful person on Earth, even Jehovah God trembles at your feet.     First, I am going to throw out GLBT and officially change it to Queer.  Queer is easy and covers a lot of ground. I got a call from a young woman who wanted to get a Queer membership card. She asked me so many questions about being a Lesbian, sex toys, threesomes, clubs and what type of girls I am into.  Now, I’m not going to lie, I love blonde and blue eyes women because they look unique, but I also love a strong woman with brains, common sense, wisdom and has a wonderful beautiful soul.  I am dating a woman like that now and I will never trade her for a blonde. But, this young woman who I was talking to on the phone, asked me the most personal questions of my life. I wanted to hang up, but I needed her to see my point of view.  Why? This was the reason; I wanted her to understand about what it’s like being a true Lesbian.  But, what is a true Lesbian? Great question.  This is what I am tried of:   Women who are pissed off with men and believe women will treat them better Women who have seen “The L Word” too many times Women who believe, if you go Queer you will become wealthy Women who believe that most Lesbians always have threesomes Women who believe that sex is better with a woman than a man Women who are lonely and need a body to hug Women who think, being a Lesbian is the new trend or new fashion statement Women who believe Lesbians are freaks in the bedroom   Unfortunately, the Queer community doesn’t have a certain skin color, height, weight, look, sound or anything like that.  To be in the Queer community, it’s based on if you say “I’m Queer”.  I can’t say actions because there are some Queers who are in the closet, they in the shadows of life and that’s their choice. The only way, you can tell when someone is Queer, is by Queer Radar; you just know.  It can be a touch, a feeling or a look.  You just know when you are around your own kind.  Queers and Straights have been trying to figure out the Queer Radar and they can’t understand it; it’s just a simple feeling. This is a list of qualifications to belong to the Queer club; which I don’t agree with:   Have you had a same-sex relationship Have you slept with someone of the same-sex Do you go to Queer Pride Do you go to Queer clubs Are you an activist in the Queer community   These questions are so stupid, they make me vomit.  I knew I was Queer when I was 5 years old, but had sex at age 25.  I do go to Queer clubs, Queer Pride and I’m active in the Queer community, but I should not get a Queer membership card just for that. Being Queer is not a question; it’s what you are as a person.  If you have to question your sexuality and don’t know if you are Queer, then you are not Queer.  Some straight women will cry, yell and scream over the fact, I told them, “You are NOT Queer.” This doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world for you.  You are straight and you need to be proud to be straight.” Does that make sense? Being Queer is a hard life in mainstream society. Queers don’t have the same rights as Straight people do.  It seems to me, people who are forcing themselves to be Queer are just looking for acceptance in the world or something is missing in their lives.  I am hear to tell you, if you need to be around people, get out and do something. It’s common sense.  You don’t have to force yourself to Queer because if you do, you will make yourself look more foolish.  For example, I knew a Lesbian, I will name Tina.  Tina and I became friends and I introduced her to my friends. No, I was not dating her. I just wanted to have a close friend.  One night, I was with Tina and my friends.  Tina asked this, “Why do you guys dislike men?”  I looked at her to see if she was serious and she was.  She asked another question, “You guys don’t like penises?” I looked at her again. I couldn’t believe the questions coming out of her mouth. How can you be a Lesbian and asks questions like that? I was stunned and my friends had question marks orbiting their heads.  Found out, Tina was not a Lesbian. She had been watching too much of “The L Word”. The main reason why, I hate that show!  Lesbians do love men.  It’s just in our make-up not to have sex with men; not because we believe men are a walking disease. I love having sex with women, not because I had some bad dick, a man slapped the shit out of me or I was sexually abused.  I love men as brothers and friends, not as sexual objects. There are so many hot hot hot looking men, I know.  When I see them, I look at them and wonder what they will look like nude.  When I see the visual in my head, I am sexually turned off. There are no qualifications to get a Queer Membership card. Just be yourself.  If you are not Queer, you are not Queer. I can’t explain it. You are what you are.  This is my life, I don’t think of Queer being a trend, a fashion statement, rebellion against America or a sex freak.  It is what it is.  You can’t force something you are not. If you do, you will hate yourself and that hate will transfer to others. You will be alone and no one will care.  So be yourself!  Be proud to be you!  Don’t change for no one.    Having a Queer membership in the mainstream world is like being in a small animal cage, starving for food and love. It’s not all fun and games.  All Queers don’t sit around the house with friends drinking wine all day All Queers don’t always have shopping sprees; everyday All Queers are not wealthy All Queers don’t have multiple sex partners All Queers don’t run around town half nude Some Queers can’t stand each other Some Queers don’t go to the clubs All Queers don’t get discounts on food, clothing and other stuff Queers are people, are just like everyone else.  We get sick, died, poor, wealthy, have hardships, poor health, bad sex, breakups and make-ups, eat, sleep and shop.  To me, Queers are like Vampires.  We can be anyone. We are in groups and we love the taste of flesh. And we believe, we will always be fabulous and never die.   
4/13/20110
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What Are High Standards?

What Are High Standards? By Aliya Leigh “I HATE THIS!!!!”, as I screamed at the top of my lungs. I met this typical lesbian couple who I never want to meet again.  I rather be straight then to be among their circles.  Again, I don’t like dick so, I’ll be a nun.  No, scratch that, I can’t be a nun – don’t believe in the Pope, so forget that, nonsense.  About the Pope, how can I follow a man who’s a drag queen, loves the entertainment of little boys dressed up as innocent angles in his bedroom, and believes gay people should go to hell?  The Pope is dead in my eyes and God should strike him down as he lust over an innocent boy who doesn’t have the grass and the balls haven’t dropped. This lesbian couple believes that the GLBT community should be held to higher standards. But, what are higher standards?  This is what I don’t get and will never get; lesbians and gays trying to be so high and mighty, but at the same time sucking cock and pussy as if it’s a rich delight.  GLBT standards will always be low in the Straight man’s eyes, so why the judgment?  When we tell the straight man that we are gay - all the good service we have done, the money, the power and how we conduct ourselves - goes out the window.  When Gay is mention, straight people think this “gays are the most disgusting people on the face of the earth”.  So, why the judgment? I was speaking to this couple. The thin, small, snobbish, short hair cut woman who I’ll called, “The Judge”, was talking about how gays need to be held to a higher standard and have superb role models to look up to.  She mention about how, the GLBT community is mostly all about sex and that’s it.  Her partner, who called “The Jury”, agreed with her like a loyal slave looking to get a doggy biscuit.  Thing is, GLBT is about sex.  Just like the Black Community is mostly about slavery and the color of skin.  The White Community is mostly about the color of skin.  The Latin Community is mostly about skin and immigration. GLBT is about sex, because it’s all about whom you love, not your skin color.  If all GLBT people came out of the womb as Rainbow Bright, then it will be about the color of our skin.  But, The GLBT is the only ethic race whose color blind, so we need something to identify ourselves and that is sex.  But, how can a person judge another?  This is what straight people do to the garbage of the earth.  Judge!  What I can’t understand, how two pussy loving lesbians can be on a high pestle and talk about high standards in the GLBT, when you don’t know what high standards are? Do straight people have high standards?  I don’t know, but let’s look.  You have reality TV shows like the “Jersey Shore”, “Celeb Rehab”, “Real World”, “Big Brother” and others.  You have media personalities like, Miley Cyrus, Paris Hilton, Linsday Lohan, Donald Trump and others.  The world straight world idolizes these people.  They only got famous because people follow them aka fans. What are high standards for straight people? I have been to swinger clubs before and most of the swingers are church going, high standards, wealthy, Republicans who love to have multiple sex partners for a weekend.  High standards?  These are the same people during the week that will tell you, how they love God, believe in being ultra-conservative and with judge a person based on their looks and actions.  On the weekends, the same bible ultra-conservative Republicans who experiment with every sex act unknown to men.  The GLBT community is a community about being accepted for who and what you are. It’s a community for the people who can’t fit in a category of this world we live in.  We are like the garbage of the world - waste management.    I was born and raised in a good family with two parents and a brother.  I was raised to love God and respect people who only believe in the basics on the bible.  I was raised to be a judge to judge the disgusting people in this world with hand of God himself.  When I think back, who the HELL was I to tell people what to do and how to act? Now, I am the garbage who I once condemn to live in hell and torment called AIDS.  But, what are high standards?  Please, someone show me this book called High Standards   and I will like to speak to the person who wrote it.  In my mind, there is no such thing as high standards. I believe that there is a thing called RESPECT.  It’s such a little word with so much meaning. If we could just respect one another, maybe we will have a better world.  When you take that position, in judging people basis on there thinking and actions, you are telling God, “Yo Dude, you don’t know what the hell you are doing, so I’m going to take your job.” I have found, when we take on the job of God, we make ourselves look foolish.  Yes, I am a Republican and a proud one.  I love God, read the bible and go to church.  I embrace God everyday.  I try to set good morals in my life and follow the golden rule, “Love one another.” But, when I say, I am gay – that loving God, going to church and following the golden rule goes out the window into the unknown air of nothing.  All people will see is, “That girl sucks pussy.”  It’s so amazing, that when I met a woman whose straight, I don’t think about how she’s performs in the bedroom, if she sucks dick or what sex positions she enjoys.   It doesn’t enter my mind.  What enters my mind is her character.  In all, we need to expect each other like brothers and sisters, especially in our GLBT community.  We need respect for each other feelings and opinions.  We may not love everyone in our community, but respect is the key.  We can be as high and might as we want to be, but when we leave our GLBT home and walk out in Straight Land, we are garbage who don’t have rights and get stared at as if we are a walking disease.   Will the GLBT community will be welcome into StraightLand?  Reprogram the minds of every living being on earth – GLBT, Straight, Animals and every cell life on the earth. But, we can’t reprogram the whole world, so all we can do, is respect people and love people like they are family.  Listen to other people and understand people’s point of view.  High standards are a myth and there is no such thing, but rambles of a man who’s afraid what he might find in his closet.                           
4/11/20110
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How to Get Famous

If you want to be a household name in households other than your own, there are ways to draw attention and make a name for yourself. Step 1: Make a video Film yourself singing, acting foolish, or playing air guitar to get famous. Put the video on YouTube, create a website and go viral, joining every social network you can. Check out the Most Viewed videos to get ideas. Talent is less important than being different. Step 2: Be a comedian Tell jokes and perform at every open mic event in town. Write constantly and condition yourself to either ignore the hecklers and dead rooms, or else prepare scathing counter attacks that may become your comic persona. Step 3: Be famous being famous Attend high-profile clubs and behave distastefully enough to make people know you — if not like you — and get photographed everywhere with drug-addled rock stars. Expose yourself as a fraud, and enter rehab. For imagining yourself famous, you will be famous. Step 4: Marry a film star Marry a Hollywood film star and have babies with them, then cheat on them to get ink in the scandal pages. Opt for a reality show about cheating people, after which you can write a book abut being misunderstood. Step 5: Talk on radio Get your own radio show on the AM band during which you offend everyone you can with outrageous, erratic, and irrational commentary on culture, politics, and morals. You won’t need an education, scruples, or purpose in most cases. Step 6: Try modeling Arrange for a headshot and register with a local agency to get representation. Take modeling lessons to become a supermodel. Get surgery, add celebrity hair, face lifts, liposuction, and whatever implants and camera angles enhance the image. Start as an extra on films and get noticed. Network with stars, agents, and producers to build up to speaking lines on camera. Step 7: Set world records Set a world record for a ridiculous stunt. People always notice, so make sure to spread the word. Step 8: Succeed in business Succeed in business, make millions, and become a public speaker, lecturing on the motivational circuit or doing infomercials. Sell tapes and books detailing your secrets. Enjoy it before your 15 minutes of fame run out! In 2010, adult film star Stormy Daniels considered running for the U.S. Senate in Louisiana against an incumbent whose phone number was found in the “little black book” of a prostitute.
4/8/20110
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A new Marijuana State University

A man from Maine is starting his own Marijuana State University where he plans to teach the audience the proper way to grow pot. According to Fox News, 56-year-old Ray Logan said he made the course to help people learn how to use marijuana after an injury. Logan acquired his medical marijuana card in 2010, many years after his spinal injury during a skydiving accident in 1996. Logan held his first class at a hotel in Portland on April 2. About 15 people showed where they discussed ideal growing conditions. The classes also include information on the history of marijuana, details on various strains and instructions on how to grow marijuana using hydroponics, a method of growing plants using mineral solutions without water. Logan said marijuana isn't an easy plant to grow. His classes are open to anyone over the age of 21. The classes aim to instruct medical marijuana users, not any other reasons. Although, those who don't have a medical license are still welcome to attend. Police in Auburn, Maine, where Logan plans to hold his next class on May 7, told FoxNews.com that as long as attendees do not bring their latest cannabis creations to the class, there won't likely be any problems. The marijuana classes do not allow participants to use real drugs or drug paraphernalia. Logan is not a licensed dispensary, and said he uses basil plants as an example in his classes.
4/8/20110
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US has 4M adults who identify as gay

By LISA LEFFAssociated Press   SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - How many gay men and lesbians are there in the United States? Gary Gates has an idea but acknowledges pinpointing a solid figure remains an elusive task. Gates is demographer-in-residence at the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy, a think tank based at the University of California, Los Angeles. For the institute's 10th anniversary this week, he took a scholarly stab at answering the question that has been debated, avoided, parsed and proven both insoluble and political since pioneering sex researcher Alfred Kinsey said in the 1940s that 10 percent of the men he surveyed were "predominantly homosexual." Gates' best estimate, derived from five studies that have asked subjects about their sexual orientation, is that the nation has about 4 million adults who identify as being gay or lesbian, representing 1.7 percent of the 18-and-over population. That's a much lower figure than the 3 to 5 percent that has been the conventional wisdom in the last two decades, based on other isolated studies and attempts to discredit Kinsey. One reason, according to Gates, is that until recently, few surveys tried to differentiate respondents who identified as gay or lesbian from those who sometimes engaged in homosexual acts or were attracted to people of the same sex. All were lumped into the gay category. "One of the major questions, when you think about how many (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people are there, is what do you mean by LGBT?" he said. "This shows there are pretty big differences between people who use the terms to label themselves versus sexual behavior or attraction." Gates found, for example, that another 1.8 percent of the adult population, or a little more than 4 million Americans, identifies as bisexual, according to his research brief published Thursday by the Williams Institute. He also estimated that 19 million people, or 8.2 percent of the population, have engaged in sex with a partner of the same sex. That includes all groups, such as gays, bisexuals and heterosexuals who have experimented with same-sex behavior. Another two studies, conducted by state agencies in California and Massachusetts, yielded what Gates thinks is the first credible estimate of the nation's transgender population. He puts it at about 700,000 adults, or 0.3 percent of the population. Gates is the first to admit his figures are imprecise. But because so few national population surveys have asked about sexual orientation and the ones that have were not conducted consistently over time, the data on which to base a firm conclusion does not exist, he said. "Yes, this is a credible estimate, but I'm fine to have a debate with someone about whether I'm right or wrong," he said. "The academic side of me says everything comes with caveats. But there is a level of power associated with having a number that can move dialogues along and hopefully move things forward." Government agencies and private researchers have been reluctant in the past to include questions about sexual orientation and gender identity in their surveys, deciding the issue was not worthy of inquiry or assuming participants would be reluctant to answer honestly. Until recently, gay rights activists who feared that it would be used to discriminate against or to identify individuals, during the AIDS crisis, for example, also opposed divulging such information. Brad Sears, the Williams Institute's executive director, recalled Gates' 2006 estimate, which was drawn from Census data on same-sex households and put the nation's lesbian, gay and bisexual population at about 8.8 million. That news upset some gay people who found comfort in Kinsey's 1-in-10 number, Sears said. "There are a lot of great folks for whom that number may have personally been important in their coming-out process," Sears said. "It may be hard to let go. But with other populations of a similar size of 2 to 4 percent, we don't question whether there are too many or too few." Peter Sprigg, senior fellow for policy studies with the conservative Family Research Center, welcomed Gates' findings as further repudiation of the Kinsey 1-in-10 estimate. Sprigg also was intrigued by the relatively high portion of bisexual people tallied by Gates. "I see this as somewhat of a problem for the gay political movement," Sprigg said. "It undermines the idea that being born homosexual is an immutable characteristic that can't be changed." Increasingly, both activists and the federal government during the Obama administration have concluded that the advantages of having reliable information about sexual minorities far outweighed any risks. Last year, Gates advised the Census bureau in its campaign to persuade same-sex couples to identify themselves as such in the once-a-decade national population count. The bureau is now considering whether to ask individuals about their sexual orientations in the ongoing American Community Survey produced in between each Census. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services last week announced it was working to increase the number of federally funded health and demographic surveys that collect and report sexual orientation and gender identity data. ___ AP National Writer David Crary in New York contributed to this report.
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How to set a romantic mood

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How to remodel for a green home

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How to Know When it's Appropriate to Kiss

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How to Be the Best Flirt

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Medical Weed Roll - How To

  Joint-smoking often demands a little discretion. If you're in need for a clandestine toke, roll yourself a Secret Agent and remember to stay downwind.   Stick two papers together to make a square with a gummed strip along one side.       Take a cigarette and remove the filter by squeezing at its base and rotating between finger and thumb. Eventually enough of the filter will show for you to pull it out.   Replace the filter with a roach of the same size and shape.   Cut the cigarette in two, as cleanly as possible about 1cm from the roach.   Make up a mix to replace the tobacco that was in cut away and add this to a paper. Form it into shape of the cigarette.   Roll the joint with the 'filter' protruding from the end.   You may need to secure the bogus filter with a gummed strip torn from another paper. Remember the walls have ears!    
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Legal Weed - I have an addiction!

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Gay Rights Movement Info in California Textbooks Clears Hurdle

Bill to Include Gay Rights Movement Info in California Textbooks Clears Hurdle By Diane Macedo Published April 06, 2011 | FoxNews.com The California Legislature could soon pass a bill that would require school textbooks and teachers to incorporate information on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans into their curriculum. The Fair, Accurate, Inclusive and Respectful Education Act, or SB48, which mimics a bill previously vetoed by then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, made it one step closer to becoming law Tuesday after being approved by the state’s Senate Judiciary Committee. The bill, introduced by state Sen. Mark Leno, could have a nationwide impact if passed because California is such a big buyer of textbooks that publishers often incorporate the state’s standards into books distributed to other states. Supporters say that’s a good thing because it will help prevent gay students from being harassed or bullied by their classmates. But critics say SB48 is just an attempt to brainwash students into becoming pro-gay political activists and ensure that government, not parents, has the final word on teaching kids about moral values. “Most textbooks don’t include any historical information about the LGBT movement, which has great significance to both California and U.S. history,” Leno said in a statement. “Our collective silence on this issue perpetuates negative stereotypes of LGBT people and leads to increased bullying of young people.” Leno told FoxNews.com that California school districts that have included the historical contributions of LGBT people and the LGBT movement in their curriculum have seen reduced rates of bullying and violence among students. He said the bill aspires to achieve the same results statewide by adding LGBT to the existing list of underrepresented cultural and ethnic groups, which are covered by current law related to inclusion in textbooks and other instructional materials in schools. “Furthermore, SB 48 will reduce bullying by ensuring that discriminatory bias and negative stereotypes based on sexual orientation are prohibited in school activities, instruction and classroom materials,” Carolyn Laub, executive director of Gay-Straight Alliance Network, which helped draft the bill, said in a statement. Critics object to the bill on several accounts, saying it undermines parental authority, promotes gender confusion and experimentation, inappropriately classifies LGBT as a cultural ethnic group, and aims to brainwash children into adopting the LGBT community’s political agenda. “This is teaching children from kindergarten on up that the homosexual, bisexual, transsexual lifestyle is something to admire and consider for themselves,” Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, a group advocating against the bill, told FoxNews.com. Thomasson said teachers should teach about homosexuals’ historical accomplishments but should not be forced to mention their sexual orientation. “Teach them about the good behavior, the noble things that people have done, but you don’t have to go into what they do sexually… True history focuses on the accomplishments of people; it doesn’t talk about what they did in the bedroom.” Thomasson also complained that the bill does not allow for teachers to discuss the opposition to the LGBT movement or warn against “the negative consequences, that male homosexuality is the largest transmitter of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.” “So this isn’t even about history, this is about, ‘Hey, join the movement now. We need more children to become soldiers in the fight against religious freedom, parental rights, marriage for a man and a woman, the boy scouts, you name it.’” Jim Carroll, President of Equality California, which also helped draft the bill, denied that it aims to recruit students into the LGBT movement. “And I don’t believe that by teaching about the black panthers for instance, that any school teacher could be accused of recruiting for that radical organization,” Carroll told FoxNews.com. Carroll admitted that teachers would not be allowed to say things like “some believe homosexuality is an unhealthy lifestyle, the same way that you couldn’t talk about the civil rights movement but then say something discriminatory about African Americans.” But he said that people’s sexual orientation would be used only as a way of identifying them. “It would be difficult to teach about the women’s movement without mentioning that Susan B. Anthony was a woman, it would be difficult to teach about the black civil rights movement without talking about Martin Luther King Jr. being black, it would be impossible to talk about the LGBT movement without saying Harvey Milk was gay or Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin were lesbians,” Carroll said. “… We’re not asking people to talk about what they did in the bedroom, but their sexuality is relevant in terms of why you would discuss them in an educational environment.” Leno added that the State Department would work with local school districts and the public to determine what changes should be made “and then, only at the next printing of the textbook, will this change, along with probably many others, be incorporated into the textbook, so no additional cost to the state.” Opposing groups like SaveCalifornia.com and Concerned Parents United have launched letter-writing campaigns, asking critics to garner more opposition from their neighbors, religious leaders, local PTAs and lawmakers in hopes of persuading the governor and other lawmakers to oppose the bill. Leno said the SB48 “will get to the floor of the Senate by late May; we hope that it will make its way to the assembly for similar review and to the governor’s desk by late summer.” Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/04/06/include-gay-rights-movement-info-california-textbooks-clears-hurdle/#ixzz1ImDuQR6Q
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Life Letter

Life is crazy. Life is wonderful. Life is strange. Life is like a 4-way highway, people coming and going through your life. Some are wreaks, some are easy, some are complicated, some are fast, some are slow and some just want to enjoy the ride. But, in all life is a beautiful, strange and easy car wreck, then appreciate the reason for your stay. Why are you here? I don't know. Enjoy the ride! Be kind. Be free. Be yourself. Life is life and whatever comes your way, it's up to you if you will welcome the challenge or be on the sidelines of your own adventure. So, be life and live. Don't be in limbo or part of the living dead.  Live life. Take the ride. You owe it to yourself to do so. First, close your eyes; take a deep breath and take the first step. Love,  Aliya Leigh
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How to Blow Off Steam at Work

Sometimes the pressure can be too much. You can release some steam at work in several ways without saying something you’ll regret later. Step 1: Take breaks Go for a drive, wander in the park, or browse the local bookstore at lunch. Step 2: Stretch in the office If you have your own office, stop everything, lie on the floor, and stretch, relax, or practice deep breathing exercises. Step 3: Clean up Clean your desk and reorganize your workspace. Expending energy by standing up and moving around might get your mind off irritating situations, and having a clean, organized workspace will calm you down. Step 4: Listen to music Listen to music to soothe your emotions. If your company doesn’t aloud headphones at work, go out to your car and listen to music in the parking lot on your break. Music releases endorphins and recharges you. Step 5: Joke around Take a break. Talk to coworkers at the coffee machine or while waiting for a meeting to start. Tell a joke or story to cheer a coworker, which will have the same effect on you. Laughter in the workplace promotes creativity and strengthens relationships. Step 6: Talk to a loved one Really burned up? Step outside and give a family member or friend a call to vent your frustrations. Talking to someone who’s not involved in the situation might give you some needed perspective. Note: Johnson & Johnson’s workplace preventative health care programs helped reduce employee incidents of high blood pressure from 14 to 6 percent from the late 1990s to 2006.
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Companies prepare policies to deal with medical pot

PHOENIX -- Arizona's medical marijuana law takes effect within days, and employers are figuring out how to deal with workers who are medical pot users. Modern Industries in Tempe, which manufactures products for the semiconductor and aerospace industries, is looking at its policies. "The law is very specific in that companies do not have to chance their policy to allow anyone to be under the influence," said Human Resources Director Tony Abraham. "Certainly, in a manufacturing facility, we want to be careful that people are not under the influence while they're doing their job or working any of the machinery back there because they could get hurt." Abraham said there will be more pressure on supervisors to recognize when their workers might be impaired. "This is going to put a little more onus on the supervisors to be aware of their employees -- how they're acting, how they're performing, whether there's a chance from one day to the next in their demeanor, in their behavior." Abraham said workers at Modern Industries deal with acid and other dangerous substances which requires they be alert and focused. "The bottom line is going to be taking care of the employee, making sure their needs are met, but also keeping them and our other employees safe." Leathers Milligan & Associates is a human resources consulting firm. Jack Milligan isn't worried that he'll encounter a medical marijuana problem in his small company, but he is concerned about how his company will advise its larger clients. "They (clients) have to think about their policies, about their approaches to this," Milligan said. "They have to think through, in a pro-active way, how they're going to train their managers, their executives and their supervisors to respond to situations when they happen."
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GAY HISTORY

I believe we should have Queer History. Just like Black History and others. Here are some videos I found to help you to love yourself, whatever you are. You are NOT a Freak, a IT, a DISEASE or a VIRUS. You are you. Be happy for who you are in this life. You may get bullied or hit, but remember, I love you. God is looking down on you and blessing you. He will fight for you and love you like a loving father, loves his child. He is holding you in his arms and wiping your tears away. Let him be your father because he has unlimited power. I hope the videos will help you see, you are part of a special class of wonderful creative people of the Earth. With our minds, hearts and special talents we as a people has brought: * Art * Love * Literary * Leadership * The End of Racism * Beautiful * Happiness * Entertainment * Songs * Design I know, I make fun for Lesbians and The Gays, but in all, we are one, one race, one body, one mind and one soul. We are a family, where a child can be love by so many people without harm. Instead, they are spoiled. In the Queer family, I can have a black mom and a white mom,brothers of every race, children of all races and nationalities, and sisters of every race. We are one big happy family! You can email me at [email protected], if you want to say hello. Peace. Gay Black History Gay History Famous Gays & Lesbians
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Marriage Advice - Aliya Leigh

I spoke to my cousin last night. Wait, I mean, I chatted with her on facebook.  I forgot no one uses the phone anymore. What is a phone?  A phone is a dumb piece of equipment that is used for status and dull entertainment.  I hate my phone. I can only use it for, reading a book, finding out the status of my twitter trends, playing games, texting and reading the news. I can't use my phone to call because it doesn't work.  So what is the purpose of paying T-Mobile 75 dollars a month for unlimited calling, texting and data? What is the point, when you can't even use the phone to make calls?   So anyways, I was chatting with my cousin who is a natural Blonde. She does give blondes a bad rap. She's like the stereotypical blonde; dumb, big boobs and lots of fun.  She is a half and half, you know mixed race, like half Black and half White.  But she is no Hallie Berry.  She asked me if I am dating. I told her, "No", but I am.  Why No? She still thinks I am straight.  I never told her the news that I am gay. It is much easier to let her believe I am straight. Why?  Because then, I have to go into detail and scientific data why I am gay and the gene pool which I came from. Again, she is a typical blonde.   I told her, I am not dating because I don't believe in marriage. As my cousin, she knows this. From a child, I never believed in marriage. I came from a home with a mother and father, who are still together. But at what cost?  My mother is a witch and my father is a nice man.  My brother and I wanted my father to marry a nice and kind woman, but his heart was and still is with my mother. I think, my father is into S&M.  And the my mother is my birth mother. When I look back on there marriage, it can make me vomit.  If this was an example of marriage, I don't want any part of it.   My blonde hair cousin lives in Florida and only loves Black people. She hates White people and wish for their death. She believes White people are the enemy of this world. Her father is white (German and Irish) and her mother is Black. She loves both of her parents, even her White father.  Again, the girl is not bright.  As a family, she's our entertainment. We laugh before she opens her mouth.  So, anyways, she started to date the Black guy in Florida because it seemed that he was the ONLY Black man in Florida.  You think so, after all the crap he put her through during their 3 relationship, and still didn’t get laid. I told her that there were make Black men in Florida, but she didn’t and still don’t believe me. She believes that, she needs to be with a pure African Black man in order to be accepted in the Black race. Again, she’s my cousin.  I hate to tell her the bad news, “There are no pure, pure people in the world today”. You will think, she knows this, since she is mixed herself.  Most of my family including myself are mixed. So, we were talking about this marriage thing.  She needs to get married, so she can lose her virginity. My family is old school. So, when she asked me about marriage and I just told her that I don't believe in it; she believes I am still a virgin; which is far from the truth.  I can honestly say I have slept with 45 to 50 women in my short sexual life.  I had to make up for lost time and I don't have any STDs.  Am I proud that I slept with a lot of women? No.  It's what it is. I was going through some stuff in my life and trying to deal with life, love, sex and God.  I figured if God made me into a strange nasty disgusting creature, I should have all my fun and then die.  Now, I have a different outlook on life.  I do.   One person asked me, (since I'm a Young Adult writer) if I'm a good role model for teenage girls? Due to my lesbianism and sexual acts.  I told them and I am tell you, I am not a role model. But, if teenage girl want to look up to me, then let them. I tell the truth about my life and give teenage girls my bad and good examples. I listen, I feel and learn from my fan base. I love them and they love me. If I am their role model, I hope they can learn from my mistakes. Mothers forget to be role models for their daughters, so Brit, Paris, Lindsay and Snooki become a role model to them instead.  I believe, I'm better then Brit, Paris, Lindsay and fat crack head Snooki. Anyways, we were talking about marriage. I read an article about an unhappy marriage.  To think about it, what is an unhappy marriage? I have learned and felt that the unhappy marriage articles and advice is BS.  No one can tell you how to feel or what should do in your life.  When people focus on stupid an article about the bad signs of a marriage or of dating, they tend to mess up their own marriage with laws that should never be introduced.   Each relationship is different and one should not judge how you should act or feel.  The only advice I have for a happy relationship is communication, loyalty and honesty. If we followed these three words in our hearts, we will create a better world.   So to me, marriage and relationship advice is BS and brunch of nonsense. Why would you give permission to a person who you never met, to tell you want to do?   But, when you follow an article about advice or read a self-help book, you are being the stupid sheep who's following a leader who's full of BS.           
3/30/20110
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My Thoughts - Aliya Leigh

The world is so sad.  So you need to make it happy and joyful. It that correct? I think so.  Today, I was in my bed and nude.  As sit on my bed, I look around at the four walls closing on me as if I was captured by fault of my own.  Today, is the first day I have grown suspicious of this world, I call my life.  I got a phone and the Caller ID stated “Unknown”.  “Who is it?” I asked myself. “Should, I answer it?” “Is it a bill collector?” “Who is it?” All of these questions swirled around in my head like a confused mad woman mumbling nonsense.  I forget that I didn’t erase some of my voice messages and my voice mail was full, so I answered the phone. The guy on the other line mentions my name wrong, so I was able to fake who I was.  Found out, it was for a job interview. But, I was still very suspicious of the caller.  No, I am not on any drugs and I have not been drinking.  But, when you see an Unknown on you phone, you have to wonder who it is. To me, it seems I live in a fake world surrounded by cartoon characters.  I always wonder if my world in real or fake.  Are you real? Are you reading this and why? We have gotten so wrapped into not connected in the real world, which we forget about the real world. We rather live in the fake world; where it is no dying, pain, hurt or nonsense.  Reality TV shows are so important because it makes us forget about our little stupid problems and laugh other people’s problems who have fame and money.  In Social Media, you can have friends, dates, lovers and family without even talking to them.  Currently, I am dating a girl through twitter. I have tried to have a normal conversation over the phone, but a normal conversation she can’t handle. So, we have an open relationship in the land of Twitter.  I believe, our communication will be transformed into money speak but your typing and spelling will improve. So sad, that as a society will are scared of the outside, other people and relationship outside our four wall jail cell.  We are in jail and we hold the key. This key we are afraid to use. Why?  Because social media has given us a voice, but made us paranoid at the same damn time.     
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Be Straight - Get Rape!

I have been dealing with my sexuality all of my life, since I came from an ultra-religious family. In my present life, I have come to terms that I am a lesbian and I proud to be who I am. As a woman told me, I am a Professional Lesbian. Most of my life, I have tried to hide the fact of who I am. Since I came out of the closet, my life has been enriched with friends, lovers, self-worth, self-esteem and love for my neighbors. I love being who I am and proud of it. I always wonder if straight people are proud to be straight. Who knows? I should ask a straight person. I wonder what they will say. Homosexuality is the person, but unfortunately people only think of the act or the bedroom scene, so funny, because you don’t need a bedroom to have sex. For me, I had sex: * In front of a crowd * In a pool at a friend’s house * In the bedroom of my house * In a movie theatre room of a person’s house * In the movie theatre * In a hot tub * In a car (A Honda FIT) (if you’re fan of my podcast, you will know this) * In a office * Online * In a club’s bathroom (Most of my one-night stands) * In a parking lot * Outside See, the GLBT community is just like the straight community. THE ONLY DIFFERNCE IS: we love the same sex. That's it!! So why is a concern for most people? I don’t get it. But, some comments can be hurtful. For example, on twitter, a guy told me, that if he raped me, I can be straight. WHAT? So getting raped by a straight man will cure my gayness? So killing a gay man will cure his gayness? And now, you are telling me, Homosexuality is a disease? How can Homosexuality be a disease? Disease: –noun 1. a disordered or incorrectly functioning organ, part, structure, or system of the body resulting from the effect of genetic ordevelopmental errors, infection, poisons, nutritional deficiencyor imbalance, toxicity, or unfavorable environmental factors;illness; sickness; ailment. 2. any abnormal condition in a plant that interferes with its vitalphysiological processes, caused by pathogenicmicroorganisms, parasites, unfavorable environmental,genetic, or nutritional factors, etc. 3. any harmful, depraved, or morbid condition, as of the mind oversociety: His fascination with executions is a disease. 4. decomposition of a material under special circumstances: tindisease. –verb (used with object) 5. to affect with disease; make ill. ---- http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/disease If the dictionary is correct, Homosexuality is not a disease. Lifestyle: –noun the habits, attitudes, tastes, moral standards, economic level, etc., that together constitute the mode of living of an individual or group. ---- http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/lifestyle So homosexuality is not a disease or lifestyle. It’s just who I am. For me, if homosexuality is a lifestyle, give me week and I will be straight. I was a vegan for a month and then I smelt a WhiteCastle hamburger. The vegan lifestyle was gone with one bite. The world always put Church, God, The bible and Gayness in one pile of nonsense. Now, I love the bible and I believe the bible is inspired by Jehovah God himself. He allowed some men to write down his thoughts in a book called The Bible. In The Bible, Jesus states the two greatest commands: 1) Love your God with all your heart, even if your God is L. Ron Hubbard or Luke Skywalker. 2) Love your neighbor as yourself. So if we love God and love our neighbor, why do we have so many conflicts in Christian societies? I don’t get it. The cruelest people who hurt our social structure are in Christian countries. I love God and I go to church every Sunday. I read the bible to gain more understand of God’s viewpoint on matters and read examples on how God dealt with a situation. God is a God of love and understand. Look at King David and his undying love for Jonathan. In the bible, King David loved Jonathan more then a woman. King David also committed murder, allowed his daughter to be raped by her brother and did a lot of wrong doing, but God loved King David. God loved King David so much that Jesus (God’s Son) was born in King David’s family line. The point I am making is we as a society needs to stop the hate because it’s so stupid; protesting for Prop 8, Yes to Marriage and so on and so on. Why should it matter who I slept and spend my time with? Why do people care? My feelings is, straight people may have very very boring lives, so they to hate the gays so they can have meaning in their lives. Too wordy. In a nutshell, some straight people are bored out of their minds and need a release from the bore. On my Face book page, a friend posted a link about the GLBT community in Uganda. Uganda is so Christian, that if Jesus Christ stays in Uganda for a while, I bet they will kill him because he is not being Christian enough. I do believe Jesus Christ, Our Lord and Savior, started Christianity, right? You know, sometimes I am slow. Please view the videos. It’s amazing how Christians can treat another. If Christianity is filled with so much hate, why is God called the God of Love? http://www.sexualminoritiesuganda.org http://www.sexualminoritiesuganda.org
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The Bible’s surprisingly mixed messages on sexuality

By Robert A. J. Gagnon In her recent CNN Belief Blog post “The Bible’s surprisingly mixed messages on sexuality,” Jennifer Wright Knust claims that Christians can’t appeal to the Bible to justify opposition to homosexual practice because the Bible provides no clear witness on the subject and is too flawed to serve as a moral guide. As a scholar who has written books and articles on the Bible and homosexual practice, I can say that the reality is the opposite of her claim. It’s shocking that in her editorial and even her book, "Unprotected Texts," Knust ignores a mountain of evidence against her positions. It raises a serious question: does the Left read significant works that disagree with pro-gay interpretations of Scripture and choose to simply ignore them? Owing to space limitations I will focus on her two key arguments: the ideal of gender-neutral humanity and slavery arguments. Knust's lead argument is that sexual differentiation in Genesis, Jesus and Paul is nothing more than an "afterthought" because "God's original intention for humanity was androgyny." It’s true that Genesis presents the first human (Hebrew adam, from adamah, ground: “earthling”) as originally sexually undifferentiated. But what Knust misses is that once something is “taken from” the human to form a woman, the human, now differentiated as a man, finds his sexual other half in that missing element, a woman. That’s why Genesis speaks of the woman as a “counterpart” or “complement,” using a Hebrew expression neged, which means both “corresponding to” and “opposite.” She is similar as regards humanity but different in terms of gender. If sexual relations are to be had, they are to be had with a sexual counterpart or complement. Knust cites the apostle Paul’s remark about “no ‘male and female’” in Galatians. Yet Paul applies this dictum to establishing the equal worth of men and women before God, not to eliminating a male-female prerequisite for sex. Applied to sexual relations, the phrase means “no sex,” not “acceptance of homosexual practice,” as is evident both from the consensus of the earliest interpreters of this phrase and from Jesus' own sayings about marriage in this age and the next. All the earliest interpreters agreed that "no 'male and female,'" applied to sexual relations, meant "no sex." That included Paul and the ascetic believers at Corinth in the mid-first century; and the church fathers and gnostics of the second to fourth centuries. Where they disagreed is over whether to postpone mandatory celibacy until the resurrection (the orthodox view) or to begin insisting on it now (the heretical view). Jesus’ view According to Jesus, “when (people) rise from the dead, they neither marry nor are given in marriage but are like the angels” (Mark 12:25). Sexual relations and differentiation had only penultimate significance. The unmediated access to God that resurrection bodies bring would make sex look dull by comparison. At the same time Jesus regarded the male-female paradigm as essential if sexual relations were to be had in this present age. In rejecting a revolving door of divorce-and-remarriage and, implicitly, polygamy Jesus cited Genesis: “From the beginning of creation, ‘male and female he made them.’ ‘For this reason a man …will be joined to his woman and the two shall become one flesh’” (Mark 10:2-12; Matthew 19:3-12). Jesus’ point was that God’s limiting of persons in a sexual union to two is evident in his creation of two (and only two) primary sexes: male and female, man and woman. The union of male and female completes the sexual spectrum, rendering a third partner both unnecessary and undesirable. The sectarian Jewish group known as the Essenes similarly rejected polygamy on the grounds that God made us “male and female,” two sexual complements designed for a union consisting only of two. Knust insinuates that Jesus wouldn’t have opposed homosexual relationships. Yet Jesus’ interpretation of Genesis demonstrates that he regarded a male-female prerequisite for marriage as the foundation on which other sexual standards could be predicated, including monogamy. Obviously the foundation is more important than anything predicated on it. Jesus developed a principle of interpretation that Knust ignores: God’s “from the beginning” creation of “male and female” trumps some sexual behaviors permitted in the Old Testament. So there’s nothing unorthodox about recognizing change in Scripture’s sexual ethics. But note the direction of the change: toward less sexual license and greater conformity to the logic of the male-female requirement in Genesis. Knust is traveling in the opposite direction. Knust’s slavery analogy and avoidance of closer analogies Knust argues that an appeal to the Bible for opposing homosexual practice is as morally unjustifiable as pre-Civil War appeals to the Bible for supporting slavery. The analogy is a bad one. The best analogy will be the comparison that shares the most points of substantive correspondence with the item being compared. How much does the Bible’s treatment of slavery resemble its treatment of homosexual practice? Very little. Scripture shows no vested interest in preserving the institution of slavery but it does show a strong vested interest from Genesis to Revelation in preserving a male-female prerequisite. Unlike its treatment of the institution of slavery, Scripture treats a male-female prerequisite for sex as a pre-Fall structure. The Bible accommodates to social systems where sometimes the only alternative to starvation is enslavement. But it clearly shows a critical edge by specifying mandatory release dates and the right of kinship buyback; requiring that Israelites not be treated as slaves; and reminding Israelites that God had redeemed them from slavery in Egypt. Paul urged enslaved believers to use an opportunity for freedom to maximize service to God and encouraged a Christian master (Philemon) to free his slave (Onesimus). How can changing up on the Bible’s male-female prerequisite for sex be analogous to the church’s revision of the slavery issue if the Bible encourages critique of slavery but discourages critique of a male-female paradigm for sex? Much closer analogies to the Bible’s rejection of homosexual practice are the Bible’s rejection of incest and the New Testament’s rejection of polyamory (polygamy). Homosexual practice, incest, and polyamory are all (1) forms of sexual behavior (2) able to be conducted as adult-committed relationships but (3) strongly proscribed because (4) they violate creation structures or natural law. Like same-sex intercourse, incest is sex between persons too much structurally alike, here as regards kinship rather than gender. Polyamory is a violation of the foundational “twoness” of the sexes. The fact that Knust chooses a distant analogue (slavery) over more proximate analogues (incest, polyamory) shows that her analogical reasoning is driven more by ideological biases than by fair use of analogies. Knust’s other arguments are riddled with holes. In claiming that David and Jonathan had a homosexual relationship she confuses kinship affection with erotic love. Her claim that “from the perspective of the New Testament” the Sodom story was about “the near rape of angels, not sex between men” makes an "either-or" out of Jude 7’s "both-and." Her canard that only a few Bible texts reject homosexual practice overlooks other relevant texts and the fact that infrequent mention is often a sign of significance. It is disturbing to read what passes nowadays for expert “liberal” reflections on what the Bible says about homosexual practice. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Robert A. J. Gagnon.
3/29/20110
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Military gay support group launches magazine

ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- A support group for gay military service members launched an online magazine to provide information about pending repeal of the Pentagon's"don't ask, don't tell" policy, and printed copies could be on large bases by May, the group's co-director said Monday.An active-duty Air Force officer who is the co-director of OutServe said the magazine of the same name seeks to raise awareness that the change is coming. He uses the pseudonym JD Smith because he is gay and has lingering concerns about whether he could be discharged before the policy is fully implemented."The magazine helps set the tone, the idea, that it's actually going to happen and normalizes it," he told The Associated Press on Monday. "The more we normalize it, the more accepted it becomes."The free magazine will be published bi-monthly. OutServe has about 3,000 members, and the group plans to distribute copies in places like hospital waiting rooms and on stands at community centers on military bases where other publications are available.Military officials did not respond to an email seeking comment Monday.The magazine also will include articles about different OutServe chapters andinformation of interest to gay military members. Smith said group members believe the visual presence of a magazine will highlight that gays alreadyserve proudly in the military.The first electronic issue includes an article on a meeting between representatives in the group and the Pentagon Repeal Implementation Team. The article pointed out that the services plan to complete training at various points this summer relating to the policy's repeal. The article also said team representatives could not give an expected repeal datebecause the decision is being based on training completion and how well unit commanders believe units are prepared.The electronic edition also includes information about different gay support groups in the military, such as the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, which provides free legal advice to service members affected by the policy.President Barack Obama signed a law in December to repeal the 17-year-old "don't ask, don't tell" policy, which requires soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines to keep their homosexuality a secret or face dismissal. Final repeal implementation does not go into effect until 60 days after the president, defense secretary and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff certify that lifting the ban won't hurt the military's ability to fight.---Online:OutServe: http://outserve.org
3/29/20110
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USA's Oldest GLBT Newspaper

April 7th is the birthday of Francis Ford Coppola and Jerry Brown. It’s also, this year, the date of a 40th anniversary party for another northern California fixture, theBay Area Reporter (a.k.a. B.A.R.). StarkInsider.com reporter Chris Wright takes a fond look at the country’s oldest continuously publishing newspaper serving the gay community. The publication has come a long way since the day co-founder Bob Ross delivered the first issue by means of a 1969 Ford Mustang: “The Bay Area Reporter has seen amazing changes in its 40 years of publication,” said current publisher Thomas E. Horn. “Beginning little more than a ‘bar rag,’ the B.A.R. has become the most respected and longest, continuously published GLBT newspaper in America.” Harvey Milk was a one-time columnist for B.A.R., as was former DA investigator Wayne Friday, whose man-about-town boldface chronicle became a must read. As part of the 40th anniversary celebrations, a special B.A.R. retrospective will be featured April 8th-13th at the newly opened GLBT History Museum.
3/27/20110
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George Lopez VS Kirstie Alley

George Lopez extended an olive branch to Kirstie Alley Friday when he invited her to be a guest on his show after she rejected his apology via Twitter for comparing her to a pig Wednesday. In an interview with “Access Hollywood,” Lopez said his joke was “poor judgment. As they say in my world of golf, ‘bad form on my part.’” “I’ve apologized. I think she’s accepted my apology, I wish that she had and that she would be a guest on ‘Lopez Tonight,’” the comedian said. “ I would love to have her on.” “Listen, she has a lot of fans and when you make a joke of that type, um, it never goes over well.” But contrary to what he thought, Alley did not accept his apology, and instead demanded one of his kidneys. “I don’t need or want ur apology…I want your kidney dude .. on behalf of ur X and all the women uv insulted…give it back,” she said referring to Lopez’s ex-wife Ana giving him one of her kidneys in 2005. She added, “ I don’t consider ‘I misjudged the joke’ an apology. sorta like a husband saying ‘I misjudged putting my d**k in a whore…sorry hon..hehe.” Lopez’s original apology, which he Tweeted, read, ““I misjudged the joke. No malice was intended and I apologize to Kirstie.” Many were not amused by Lopez’s callous “joke,” considering that 60-year-old Alley has struggled very publicly with weight issues over the years, at one point tipping the scales at 230 pounds and sparking speculation she suffers with a compulsive eating disorder. Rather than apologizing on air during his show, Lopez opted for Twitter, using 60 characters of the 140 characters allotted. During his monologue last night, Lopez didn’t even mention Alley, but took a few minutes to make fun of Shaquille O’Neill’s weight (joking that he couldn’t be pulled away from the Wendy’s drive-through) and Kim Kardashian’s as well (joking that W magazine ran out of ink when trying to cover her assets on her nude cover). TBS declined to comment on Lopez’s remarks. Experts slammed Lopez’s comments to FOX411's Pop Tarts column on Thursday. "Lopez's comments were not only demeaning to Alley, who has been incredibly brave and open with her journey toward health, but they were very detrimental to women and girls everywhere," said Yana Walton, Vice President of Communications for watchdog group the Women’s Media Center. "In a country where eating disorders are an epidemic, where advertising continually implies women are deeply deficient, where media places the majority of women's worth on their appearances, this is unacceptable." “Lopez should use his creativity to make jokes that aren’t this harmful," Walton said. "And Alley should be judged on her dancing. After all, this is a show about dance - it's not 'The Biggest Loser.’” Terri Dougherty, editor of Women Magazine, feels some in Hollywood need to shape up and actually produce some original, funny material. “Lopez made a cheap shot that simply was not very funny. Dancing is excellent exercise and I'm happy to see Kirstie out there. Making fun of a person's looks may be a standard part of comedians' acts, but this certainly was not a fresh or humorous take,” she said. Author of “Love Your Body, Love Your Life” Sarah Maria said Lopez’s snide jab at Alley is offensive to all women. “Lopez’s attempt at comedy is cruel, demeaning, and insulting. In an apparent attempt to make people laugh, Lopez chooses insults over intelligence,” she said. “Did Lopez even graduate from pre-school? Even without considering Alley’s personal ongoing weight struggle, such a cruel comment is an insult to women and men everywhere. One hopes that after pre-school, maybe at the very latest grade school, children outgrow such hurtful and inane comments.” But it isn’t only male comedians making disparaging weight-related remarks. Just a few months ago, comedian Kathy Griffin launched a “fat” attack against last season’s “Dancing With the Stars” contestant Bristol Palin, likening her to the 350-pound fictional character “Precious.” FoxNews.com's Hollie McKay contributed to this report. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2011/03/25/george-lopez-wants-kirstie-alley-come-wants-kidney-instead/#ixzz1HgdOoxt7
3/26/20110
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Lindsay Lohan Is Changing Her Name

Madonna. Cher. Beyonce. Meet Lindsay. Lindsay Lohan's mother told AOL's Popeater that her daughter will be dropping her last name and, going forward, will just use "Lindsay." "Lindsay is dropping the Lohan and just going by Lindsay," Dina Lohan told the entertainment website. "Plus, me and [younger daughter] Ali will be officially changing our last names back to my maiden name, Sullivan." Lindsay and her mother have had a tumultuous relationship with Lohan's father, Michael, who was recently booked on suspicion of battery and false imprisonment of his girlfriend Kate Major. How Lindsay will be referred to in the many court cases in which she is currently embroiled remains to be seen. The actress, 24, will be beginning court proceedings for a grand theft trial in April, and according to TMZ, authorities are still deciding whether or not she will be charged in an alleged tussle with a Betty Ford Treatment Center staffer. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2011/03/25/ lindsay-lohan-changing-mom-says/#ixzz1HgbneH7x
3/26/20110
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4 BEST SEX EVER

I tried an experiment last night and it went well.  What did I do? Find out. 
3/26/201152 minutes, 9 seconds
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Kill Conformity

Why do parents and other people have a need to be conformist? I can't stand Dr. Drew!!!
3/24/20111 hour, 12 minutes, 40 seconds
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Body Worlds -- The human body exp

3/24/20110
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7 Things Not to Say During a Job Interview

By Kathryn Elizabeth Tuggle When interviewing for a job, we all want to put our best foot forward, but sometimes we end up putting it in our mouths instead. Even though you may feel comfortable chatting and making small talk with your interviewer, it’s best to leave some things unsaid. We checked in with experts to find seven things you should never say during an interview. 1.) Don't Compliment the Interviewer's Appearance in Any Way Don’t say: “I love your skirt!” “Compliments on appearance are just too familiar,” explains Patricia Lenkov, an executive recruiter at New York City-based Agility Executive Search. “You are there for a purpose, and most interviewers want to keep that boundary. If you don’t maintain a little distance, they might take it the wrong way.” If you are a man complimenting a woman, Lenkov added, it might be seen as sexist or derogatory, even if your intentions are pure. Compliments in same-sex interviews can also come across as insincere because the interviewer might think you’re just sucking up or trying to get on his good side. “You’re really taking a risk by saying something even as innocuous as, ‘I like your boots,’” says Lenkov. “What if the person hates those boots and only wore them because they broke a heel on their other shoes? It could really work against you.” If you’re the kind of person who enjoys giving compliments, Lenkov suggests researching your interviewer’s professional achievements before the interview and bring them up during the interview. What to say instead: “I enjoyed reading about your corporate achievements in the paper last month.” 2.) Don’t Cry Don’t say: “It was the hardest thing I ever went through, and I still break down just thinking about it.” Crying the first time you meet might lead the interviewer to think you’re unstable, Lenkov says. Employers look for people who can handle high-pressure situations, and crying is a sign that you can’t handle the stress of being put on the spot in front of another person. Showing a prospective employer you can manage your emotions is almost as important as showing you can manage people, adds Lenkov. “I understand that we all cry, we are all human, but in an interview setting you have to keep composure. In most jobs, you will be asked to appear in front of executives or clients at certain times, and the interviewer needs to see how you handle yourself on the other side of the table,” says Lenkov. If possible, avoid telling emotional stories in interviews, Lenkov suggests. If a moving story is relevant to the interview process, practice telling it as often as possible to avoid getting choked up. “If you tell at story 50 times and break down every time, that 51st time, you may not cry,” says Lenkov. “Practice until it becomes neutral, even if it makes you sad or angry.” What to say instead: “It was difficult, but we pulled through.” 3.) Don't Talk About Illnesses Unless They’re Relevant Don’t say: “My back is killing me, and this time of year is rough on my asthma.” “If there is a gap in your resume, it may be because you were in the hospital or had a serious illness, and then it’s relevant to the job,” says Lenkov. “But if you’re just talking about how sick you are, then it’s not relevant.” Of course some medical topics can’t be avoided, Lenkov says. If you walk in on crutches, offer an explanation, but keep it light. “Don’t say, ‘Oh my god, I had gangrene and they almost had to amputate my leg. Keep it simple and be jovial when you can.” Steer clear of anything that invites an interviewer to give you sympathy, says Lenkov. If you detail the bad flu you just got over, the interviewer will feel obliged to offer commiseration or consolation of some sort, which weakens the professional boundaries. What to say instead: “During the gap in my resume, I was recuperating from surgery, and it hasn’t been a problem since.” 4.) Don’t Talk about Problems at a Previous Company Unless it’s to Show How You Persevered Don’t say: “I had so many problems with my former boss; he was a constant headache.” “If you don’t specify that you found a solution to your problems, then any prospective employer will think that all you did was have problems at your last job,” says David Adams, vice president of learning and development at staffing firm Adecco. If an interviewer asks about a problem you faced at your previous employer, she is more interested in your ability to solve the problem than the actual problem, Adams says. “A lot of times people just use the ‘challenges faced question’ to criticize their former boss or the team they used to work with. Even if they were horrible, you have to include that key word ‘BUT,’ and then move on from there about what you did to succeed in that environment.” Make sure your answer highlights how you overcame adversities and cooperated with co-workers. “People who have those people skills go much further in their career and are hired much quicker when they can showcase that in an interview,” says Adams. “They see you as someone who can bring that same mindset to the new job.” What to say instead: “I dealt with several problems, but worked through them all successfully.” 5.) Don’t Force Rapport Don’t say: “I see you have kids. I love kids!” Don’t try and force commonalities with your interviewer, advises Adams. Items in the interviewer’s office might reflect his or her hobbies and interests, but it doesn’t mean you have to like the same things. “If someone has pictures up of their kids, and you comment on them but you don’t have kids of your own, it feels completely fake,” says Adams. “Or if someone has a tennis trophy up and you comment on it, then be prepared to answer the question, ‘Do you play tennis?’ If you have to say ‘no,’ then it’s like, ‘why did you ask in the first place?’” Rapport cannot be forced. If you don’t see anything you have in common with the interviewer, that’s fine; stick to small talk about the weather or ask questions about the company. And don’t be scared of a pause in the conversation; it gives the interviewer time to take notes or form the next question. One of the most important things to remember during any interview is not to lie, advises Adams. You should never put yourself in a position where you have to answer a question that you’re not prepared to answer. What to say instead: “Your offices are great. How long has your company been at this location?” 6.) Have No Questions Don’t say: “Nope. I think you went over everything. See you later!” Not having questions is the kiss of death, says Michael Neece, co-founder of career building site JobTacToe.com. Not having questions communicates you don’t have any interest in the company and are just looking for a paycheck, says Neece. If nothing else, candidates should ask something like, “What would be the three major things you need me to accomplish,” or “What are the qualities of people who are very successful at your company?” suggests Neece. Candidates who don’t ask questions also come across as unprepared and unengaged. “Interviewers are more impressed with questions you ask than with the answers you give,” says Neece. “They learn something about how you think by the questions you ask, and it lets them know what kinds of things you pay attention to. If you’re asking a question about trends or challenges in their industry, you’re really communicating, ‘Hey, I’m interested in doing this job.’” What to say instead: “I noticed that your company has won several awards. What do you think gives you that competitive edge?” 7.) Don’t Say You Were Fired Don’t say: “At my last job, I got canned.” “Even if you were fired you just don’t want to use that word,” says Neece. “It’s a really loaded word.” Saying you were fired could shift the tone of the interview, and a prospective employer might start focusing on your bad attributes and wondering why you were dismissed instead of looking at your positives and focusing on your qualifications. “The truth is, you may be highly qualified and extremely good at your job, but it wasn’t a good fit at the company,” says Neece. “But if you use the word ‘fired,’ immediately, the interviewer may not be able to see past that.” But don’t lie; your prospective employer may contact your former employer for more information. Find a way to explain the situation without using the word “fired.” “You can say it was not a good fit and you and your employer went your separate ways,” says Neece. “Then describe what you learned from the experience and what you’re focused on now.” What to say instead: “It wasn’t a good fit at my last job, but I learned a lot about my skills and abilities and what I want to bring to my next position.” Tell us!: What was the WORST job you had or still have in college? E-mail [email protected] with the job you wish you could forget! Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2011/03/18/7-things-say-job-interview/#ixzz1HOwlIoKT
3/23/20110
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Pray Gay Away

Exodus International is the organisation (or ‘Christian ministry’) behind the app, who aims to “[mobilise] the body of Christ to minister grace and truth to a world impacted by homosexuality.”
3/22/20110
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WTH Is HA?

Homosexuals Anonymous Homosexuals Anonymous (HA), an ex-gay program based in Reading, Pennsylvania, is a 14-step program modeled on Alcoholics Anonymous. It was founded in 1980 by former Seventh-Day Adventist minister Colin Cook, a charismatic leader who promoted his organization in media appearances, including the Phil Donahue Show. HA believes that homosexuality is “an illusion” that traps people in a “false identity.” It also holds the view that “homosexual activity is not in harmony with the will of God and that the universal creation norm is heterosexuality.” To the organizations credit, it does not engage in anti-gay political activity or exploit controversial issues to increase its membership. HA says it considers such activism counterproductive because it shifts a client’ energies away from pursuing heterosexuality. As a result of its apolitical stance, HA has drawn relatively little criticism from GLBT organizations, but has also lost media opportunities that would lift the group’ profile. HA is rather bold in its claims that gay people can turn heterosexual. An advertisement for its annual 2007conference exclaims that the event is for “All who seriously want freedom from homosexuality!” Just like Exodus International, however, HA offers no statistics or evidence supporting the efficacy of its program. The organization suffered a meltdown in 1986 after it was revealed that Colin Cook was giving clients nude massages to “desensitize” them to the pleasures of male flesh. Cook told the Los Angles Times that he “fell into the delusion” that such therapy was helping clients. He also told the newspaper that, “I allowed myself to hug and hold my counselees thinking I was helping them. But I needed it more than they did.” Looking for fresh start, Cook moved to Colorado in 1993 and almost immediately got involved with anti-gay organizations. He worked with Colorado for Family Values to pass Amendment 2, a referendum on a state constitutional amendment prohibiting anti-discrimination laws for gays and lesbians. However, his new career was cut short after it was discovered he was engaging in inappropriate hugs and phone sex with his clients. “It’ like your Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor giving you a drink,” one client remarked about Cook’ improper behavior. Tragically, the failed organization has endured under the leadership of “John J,” a man who once served time for sexually abusing boys. HA continues to grow and has chapters in twenty states and the District of Columbia, as well as one in Munich, Germany.
3/21/20110
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Tell Apple to Dump "Ex-Gay" IPhone App -- Sign Petition Now

Exodus International, the notorious "ex-gay" organization, has just released an iPhone app that, according to its website, is "designed to be a useful resource for men, women, parents, students, and ministry leaders." The Exodus website further boasts that its app received a 4+ rating from Apple, meaning that it contains "no objectionable content." No objectionable content? We beg to differ. Exodus' message is hateful and bigoted. They claim to offer "freedom from homosexuality through the power of Jesus Christ" and use scare tactics, misinformation, stereotypes and distortions of LGBT life to recruit clients. They endorse the use of so-called "reparative therapy" to "change" the sexual orientation of their clients, despite the fact that this form of "therapy" has been rejected by every major professional medical organization including the American Psychological Association, the American Medical Association, and the American Counseling Association. But reparative therapy isn't just bad medicine -- it's also very damaging to the self-esteem and mental health of its victims. This new iPhone app is the latest move in Exodus' dangerous new strategy of targeting youth. In light of the recent wave of LGBT youth suicides, this tactic is particularly galling as it creates, legitimizes, and fuels the ostracism of LGBT youth by their families. According to a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, LGBT teens who experienced negative feedback from their family were 8 times more likely to have attempted suicide, 6 times as vulnerable to severe depression, and 3 times more likely to use drugs (Caitlin Ryan, San Francisco State University, June 2009). Apple doesn't allow racist or anti-Semitic apps in its app store, yet it gives the green light to an app targeting vulnerable LGBT youth with the message that their sexual orientation is a "sin that will make your heart sick" and a "counterfeit." This is a double standard that has the potential for devastating consequences. Apple needs to be told, loud and clear, that this is unacceptable. Stand with Truth Wins Out -- demand that the iTunes store stop supporting homophobia and remove the Exodus app.
3/21/20110
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Japan

Does God like the Japanese? 
3/21/201150 minutes, 52 seconds
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Calif. county clerk defends gay marriage ban

By ELLIOT SPAGAT Associated Press EL CENTRO, Calif. (AP) - Chuck Storey ran for county clerk-recorder in a remote, desert corner of southeast California on a pledge to run a lean operation in churning out government documents like property deeds, birth certificates and marriage licenses. "Imperial County needs a businessman," he said during last year's campaign. Less than two months in office, the low-key real estate agent became something else: a very public face against gay marriage in California. Storey asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last month to let him be the primary defendant in a lawsuit to uphold Proposition 8- if a coalition of religious and conservative groups that sponsored the measure is removed. Though Storey represents a county that voted overwhelmingly to ban gay marriage, his hometown critics say he was disingenuous when he didn't raise his intentions earlier. Many voters thought the county's role in the contentious issue ended Jan. 4 when the appeals court ruled its board of supervisors and deputy clerk had no legal standing to defend the ban. Aaron Popejoy, president of the El Centro Chamber of Commerce, said the new clerk didn't mention gay marriage, or give any hint of the legal bombshell he was about to drop, at a Rotary Club lunch Feb. 24, the day before he stepped into the lawsuit. "I'm a little disappointed that he would open up this can of worms for us," said Popejoy. "It's one of those huge red flags that draw the wrong kind of attention to our community. We need to be a little more warm and welcoming." The Imperial Valley Press editorialized that Storey was inviting misguided stereotypes that the region is "bad or backward"- the kind of attention it got after becoming the only California county that tried to defend the marriage ban in 2009. "We can't think of one bit of good to come out of this effort in retrospect. It was a waste of time, energy and was damaging to the county's reputation. And it's happening again thanks to one self-aggrandizing man in Storey," the newspaper wrote. Storey's supporters note that 69.7 percent of county voters approved Proposition 8 in 2008. They say he is protecting voters' wishes, unlike former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Attorney General and current Gov. Jerry Brown and other elected officials who refused to defend the measure. They also say the lifelong El Centro resident didn't hide his views. His campaign website touted his membership at El Centro's Christ Community Church, whose members were known to promote Proposition 8. "I don't know why anyone should be surprised," said Dennis Freeman, 50, an associate pastor at Storey's church. "All Chuck's trying to do is say ... 'This is what the people voted for, so let's see if we can give them what they want.'" Storey, 57, declined to answer questions or be photographed by The Associated Press. "People are trying to take things out of context and I'm not going to get into it," the graying, bespectacled widower and father of three said in a brief phone conversation. In his court filing, Storey wrote that he was in a bind over whether to obey voters' wishes as amended in the state constitution or a ruling by U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker that found the measure unconstitutional. He said he was concerned that Walker's decision "would create significant confusion for me and other Imperial County deputy clerks and officials in the performance of our legal duties regarding marriage." Imperial, a county of 175,000 people that is battling 25 percent unemployment, is known more for its churches than nightclubs. The nearest gay bars are across the border in Mexicali, Mexico. There are no gay advocacy groups. Lisa Solomon, a history instructor at Imperial Valley College who counts herself as one of four openly gay faculty members on a staff of about 250, says there aren't many social options for single women like herself. "If you aren't attached, you're sort of in a no man's land," said Solomon, 50, who has tried without success to organize a campus group to promote tolerance of gays. Phil Valenzuela, a 38-year old pharmacy technician in El Centro, has seen gay advocacy groups fizzle over the years due to lack of interest. "We'll actually have a few meetings," he said. "They never go anywhere." County supervisors voted 3-2 in December 2009 to defend Proposition 8 after Supervisor Wally Leimgruber got in touch with Advocates for Faith & Freedom, a Murieta law firm that, according to its website, fights court rulings "that have created a society increasingly devoid of the message and influence of God." The firm represented the county for free. Last August, the board voted 4-1 to join the appeal after the measure was struck down. "I don't believe in strange-sex marriage," said Leimbruger, a farmer who has been married 36 years. "I believe marriage is between one man and one woman." Dolores Provencio, then clerk-recorder, resisted pressure to join the lawsuit. She said in an interview that she felt same-sex marriage was allowed under California law and declared it "a matter of tolerance." Provencio, who estimates her office issued about 50 same-sex marriage licenses when the practice was briefly allowed in 2008, didn't seek another term after a 31-year run, leaving the field wide open. Storey, the brother of a former Imperial County district attorney, ran as an outsider who would clean up an office that he said was plagued by inefficiency and bad employee morale. His only previous public involvement noted on his campaign website was a six-year stint on the El Centro Planning Commission. He took office as county clerk-recorder the day before the appeals court ruled the county had no legal standing. Leimgruber and another supervisor who supported the county's involvement in the lawsuit lost bids to remain in office. The new board had no appetite to continue the fight. Gail Pellerin, president of the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials, knows of no other county clerks who have expressed interest in defending Proposition 8. Imperial County supervisors say Storey is on his own. He is being represented by Advocates for Faith & Freedom at no charge. "We were not involved in any way, shape or form," said Supervisor Gary Wyatt, who has opposed the county's involvement. "It's a case of an individual who happens to be the clerk-recorder." Supervisor Jack Terrazas, who has supported the county's involvement, said the court appeared to say the clerk is the only official who has a chance to prevail. "He took the door that was left open and went right through it," Terrazas said. "If I were in that position, I might have taken the same door."
3/21/20110
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Arizona Women In Tune

You need to go to AZWIT -  www.azwit.org
3/21/201129 minutes, 19 seconds
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Can't stand gay men

They think, they are so perfect. 
3/21/201149 minutes, 56 seconds
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Protein Explains Why Some with HIV Don't Get Sick

Researchers unravel part of the puzzle Art Chimes | St. Louis, Missouri March 17, 2011 HIV is known as the virus that causes AIDS. But in rare cases, a person infected with HIV does not become sick. Scientists have been studying these so-called "elite controllers" to better understand how they avoid AIDS. Researchers have unraveled part of the puzzle. In the vast majority of people infected with HIV, the virus overwhelms the immune system. The level of infection can be measured by counting virus particles in the blood. Mathias Lichterfeld, a researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, says in most patients it might be 50- or 100,000, or even a million virus particles per milliliter. "And in these elite controllers, [who] are really just a very small proportion of HIV-infected patients, we can't find any of it. So that's really the point: for some reason, these patients are able to maintain undetectable HIV replication in the absence of any sort of treatment." The researchers focused on a protein called p21, which is a normal part of CD4 immune cells. Those immune cells are targets of HIV, but in elite controllers, the CD4 cells successfully fight off the HIV invaders. "And what we figured out in this study is that this protein is just a lot stronger, a lot more strongly expressed, in patients who are elite controllers," Lichterfeld explains. "And it's actually pretty intense, it's like 10- to 20-fold higher, so substantial differences in comparison to any sort of additional HIV patient and also in comparison to HIV-negative persons." Although the exceptional p21 response seems to play a key role in why elite controllers can be infected with HIV but keep the infection in check, Lichterfeld says it is probably only part of the process. "We don't believe that that's the only mechanism. It's probably a multi-factorial thing and it involves a number of different immunologic processes." If those processes can be better understood, Lichterfeld says, it might point researchers to new strategies beyond the current antiviral drugs to help HIV-positive people avoid getting sick with AIDS. Mathias Lichterfeld and his team at the Ragon Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital describe their research in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
3/18/20110
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The View: Outing Gay People

3/16/20110
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Dr. Phil - Being Gay Is Not A Fad

Gay children have a 4 times higher rate of suicide than the general population. A 9 times higher rate when alienated or rejected by family.
3/16/20110
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About Gay Bashing & Suicide

Oprah Winfrey Show Talks About Gay Bashing & Suicide  
3/16/20110
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The View: Women Going Lesbian Later In Life

3/16/20110
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Love & Kisses 6 (Lesbian MV)

This is a lesbian compilation music video, of various couples from Tv-enjoy.
3/16/20110
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Layla & Jackie - Hot

This is a lesbian music video-for the couple Jackie and Layla.
3/16/20110
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I'd Rather Be With You (Lesbian MV)

This is a fanvid for one of my favorite movie couples-enjoy.
3/16/20110
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People, Celebrities, Actors & Profiles Of Gay & Bisexual Men

GAY List   50. Nathan Lane Born February 3, 1956 (age 55), stage and screen actor Nathan Lane might be best known for his role as the flamboyant Albert in 1996's The Birdcage (the all-time highest grossing gay film in North America). He came out officially in 1999 — prompted by the death of Matthew Shepard. But even before that he dropped a lot of hints. When a reporter once asked him if he was gay he famously replied, "I'm 40, single and work in the musical theater. You do the math." Recently, Lane turned up on Modern Family as Cam and Mitch's friend "Pepper." 49. T. R. Knight Born March 26, 1973 (age 37) Theodore Raymond Knight is best known for his role as Dr. George O'Malley on Grey's Anatomy. Knight came out publicly after reports surfaced that co-stars Patrick Dempsey and Isaiah Washington got into a fight over Washington's use of the word "f*ggot" to describe another cast member (Knight). Afterward, Knight released the following statement to People: “I guess there have been a few questions about my sexuality, and I'd like to quiet any unnecessary rumors that may be out there. While I prefer to keep my personal life private, I hope the fact that I'm gay isn't the most interesting part of me.” Washington was eventually let go from the series, and Knight asked to be released from his contract in 2009. Since then the actor has been active on the stage. Recently, he was on Broadway starring opposite Patrick Stewart in David Mamet's A Life in the Theatre. 48. Mika Mika (a.k.a. Mica Penniman) was born August 18th, 1983 in Beirut. His mother is Lebanese and his father American. In a September 2009 interview Mika commented on his sexuality: "I've never ever labeled myself. But having said that; I've never limited my life, I've never limited who I sleep with... Call me whatever you want. Call me bisexual, if you need a term for me..." In March 2010, Mika was named a Knight in the Order of Arts for services to music by France. (He the youngest person to ever receive that award.) All well and good, but more importantly, in February 2011 Mika was named one of AfterElton's Top 50 Gay Male Musicians. 47. Joel Burns Joel Burns (born February 4, 1969) is a Fort Worth, Texas City Councilman. In October 2010 as a response to a tragic string of gay teen suicides, Burns spoke passionately at a City Council meeting about his own struggle with bullying as a teenager. The video of that emotional speech was posted on the web and was seen by millions. 46. James Duke Mason 18-year-old James Duke Mason (born April 27, 1992) is an actor and advocate. His parents are Belinda Carlisle and Morgan Mason, and he is the grandson of the late actor James Mason. The Advocate named him one of the most influential young GLBT Americans under 40. 45. Gavin Creel Handsome 34-year-old stage actor Gavin Creel (born April 18, 1976) scored a Tony nomination for his Broadway debut in Thoroughly Modern Millie, but he really made a splash in the 2009 revival of Hair. He came out officially in an interview in 2009, the same year he was named one of The 37 Hottest Guys in Theater. 44. Alan Ball Born May 13th, 1957 (age 53), Alan Ball started out in television (he wrote for Cybill) and then scored an Oscar in 2000 for his American Beauty screenplay. From there, he brought us Six Feet Under and the seminal interracial gay TV couple David and Keith. Now of course he's helming the vampire series True Blood. Between the two shows, Ball has brought us three of the Top 50 Gay TV Characters of All Time — no doubt with more to come. 43. Robert Gant 42-year-old actor Robert Gant (born Robert John Gonzalez; July 13, 1968) is probably best known for playing Ben Bruckner on Queer As Folk (2001-2005). Gant came out in 2002. After QAF he has worked steadily in commercials and doing guest TV appearances, but he also devotes a lot of his time to philanthropic organizations such SAGE - Senior Advocacy for GLBT Elders and GLEH - Gay & Lesbian Elder Housing. Gant majored in English Lit at University of Pennsylvania and attended law school at Georgetown. 42. Matt Doyle Matt Doyle was born May 13, 1987 (age 23). He is primarily a stage performer, appearing on Broadway in Bare: a Pop Opera and Spring Awakening. He is best known to TV audiences for playing Eric Van der Woodsen's boyfriend Jonathan on Gossip Girl. 41. Chris Salvatore 25-year-old Chris Salvatore was born May 22, 1985. The handsome performer started his career as a singer songwriter, but has also drawn attention as an actor for his performance as Zack in Eating Out: All You Can Eat. 40. Wilson Cruz 37-year-old Wilson Cruz was born Wilson Echevarría on December 27, 1973. Openly gay from the start of his career, in 1994 he played the first gay teen on prime-time television Enrique "Rickie" Vasquez in the short-lived but classic series My So Called Life. Parts of the character's storyline were inspired by Cruz's own personal experiences. Since then, Cruz has worked steadily in stage, film and television. He had a recurring role on the series Noah's Arc and most recently he had a memorable guest appearance on the series Grey's Anatomy. 39. Sean Hayes 40-year-old Sean Hayes (born June 26, 1970) is best known for playing Jack McFarland on the sitcom Will & Grace. For many years Hayes declined to discuss his orientation with the press, but the actor finally came out in 2010. More recently, Hayes has appeared on Broadway opposite Kristin Chenoweth in Promises, Promises. He also hosted the 64th Annual Tony Awards. 38. Randy Harrison 33-year-old Randy Harrison (born November 2, 1977) is best known to television audiences for playing Justin Taylor on the U.S. version of Queer as Folk. Since then he has worked steadily in New York theater. 37. David Sedaris 54-year-old best selling author David Sedaris was born December 26, 1956. He was working as an apartment cleaner when he was invited by Ira Glass to read one of his humorous personal essays, The SantaLand Diaries, on NPR. The performance was a big hit with listeners and has since become a holiday standard. That essay was included in a collection of short stories and other personal essays called Barrel Fever in 1994. Since then, Sedaris has published seven other popular collections and his live readings draw huge crowds. His sister is the actress/comedian Amy Sedaris. 36. Chad Allen 36-year-old Chad Allen was born June 5, 1974. He was a child actor and then teen heartthrob as Jane Seymour's son on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. He was outed by a tabloid toward the end of that series but has worked steadily ever since. He's been in a number of independent films, he played gay detective Donald Strachey in a series of TV movies, and he had a memorable romantic role on General Hospital: Night Shift. Most recently he showed up on Dexter. 35. Clay Aiken 32-year old Clay Aiken (born November 30th, 1978) was runner up in the second season of American Idol. He has since sold over 5 million albums worldwide. He has also appeared on Broadway in Spamalot, done numerous concert tours and made many television appearances. He came out in 2008. 34. Alan Cumming 46-year-old Alan Cumming (born 27 January 1965) is a Scottish born actor, producer, director and writer. He came out as bisexual in 1998 and currently lives with his partner Grant Shaffer in New York. Cumming can currently be seen on The Good Wife playing the Machiavellian (and heterosexual) Eli Gold. 33. B.D. Wong B.D. Wong (born October 24, 1960, age 50) is best-known for his roles as Dr. George Huang on Law & Order: SVU, as Father Ray on HBO's Oz, and for his starring role in the Broadway production of M. Butterfly. 32. David Burtka David Burtka (born May 29, 1975, age 35) is probably best known as Neil Patrick Harris' other half, but he's had a notable acting career in his own right. He made his Broadway debut in the 2003 production of Gypsy. In addition to theater work, Burtka has had guest starring roles in several television series including The West Wing, Crossing Jordan, and How I Met Your Mother. Burtka has lately concentrated on a culinary career and has established a Los Angeles catering company. He and Harris became the parents of twins Gideon Scott and Harper Grace on October 12, 2010. 31. Lance Bass Lance Bass (born May 4, 1979 - age 31) was a member of the hugely successful boy band 'N Sync. After the band broke up, Bass started his own music production company, tried his hand at acting and even trained as a cosmonaut for the Russian space program. In July 2006, Bass came out in People magazine and had a high profile relationship with Reichen Lehmkuhl. He released his autobiography, Out of Sync, in October 2007, and was a finalist on Dancing with the Stars in 2008. 30. RuPaul RuPaul Andre Charles (born November 17, 1960 - age 50) is best known for his drag queen persona RuPaul. He was a fixture in the New York and Atlanta club scenes before shooting to fame in 1993 with his dance hit single "Supermodel (You Better Work)." Since then he's modeled for MAC cosmetics, made numerous film and televsion appearances, and released several albums. Most recently, he has produced and starred in Logo's hit reality series RuPaul's Drag Race. 29. Scott Evans 27-year-old Scott Evans (born September 21, 1983) is best known for his role as gay police officer Oliver Fish on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. He is also the younger brother of film actor Chris Evans. 28. Darryl Stephens 37-year-old Darryl Stephens (born March 7, 1974) came to fame playing title character Noah Nicholson in the television series Noah's Arc. Stephens has also starred in Boy Culture and Another Gay Movie, and officially came out in 2007. 27. Tom Ford American fashion designer Tom Ford (born August 27, 1961 - age 49) is also now a film director. His first directorial effort was 2009's A Single Man. He and his partner fashion journalist Richard Buckley have been together since 1986. 26. Nate Berkus Nathan Jay "Nate" Berkus (born September 17, 1971 - age 39) started out as an interior designer in Chicago. He became widely known as a popular regular guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show before launching his own successful syndicated program, The Nate Berkus Show in September 2010. 25. Johnny Weir 26-year-old American figure skater Johnny Weir (born July 2, 1984) came out in his memoir Welcome to My World, published January 2011. 24. Rufus Wainwright Rufus McGarrigle Wainwright (born July 22, 1973 - age 37) is the son of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle. He has recorded six critically acclaimed albums, including Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall. Wainwright's longtime partner is Jörn Weisbrodt. 23. Dustin Lance Black Dustin Lance Black (born 10 June 1974 - age 36) is a screenwriter, producer, director and GLBT rights activist. He is probably best known for his screenplay for Milk, for which he won an Academy Award, but he has also written for the HBO series Big Love and his biographical screenplay on the life of J. Edgar Hoover is currently being filmed starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Clint Eastwood. 22. Dan Choi Lt. Dan Choi (born February 22, 1981 - age 30) is a former U.S. Army Infantry officer and now GLBT rights activist. He attended West Point before entering the military and serving in Iraq as an Arabic linguist. After coming out publicly on The Rachel Maddow Show, Choi received a discharge letter from the Army. He subsequently devoted his energies to repealing DADT and in March 2010 was arrested for chaining himself to the White House fence. 21. Congressman Barney Frank Congressman Barney Frank (born March 31, 1940 - age 70) has represented Massachusetts' 4th District since 1981. (He has been re-elected 15 times.) Frank came out publicly in 1987. 20. Tim Gunn Tim Gunn (born July 29, 1953 - age 57) was chair of fashion design at Parsons when Bravo reality series Project Runway launched in 2007. His role as design "mentor" on that series made him famous and much sought after as a style guru and television personality. 19. Ryan Murphy Writer/producer/director Ryan Murphy (born November 30, 1965 - age 45) is responsible for the television series Popular, Nip/Tuck and now Glee. 18. George Takei George Takei (born April 20, 1937 - age 73) will forever be known as Star Trek's Mr. Sulu. He came out in 2005, and he and husband Brad Altman are GLBT activists. They have campaigned tirelessly on behalf of gay marriage in California. 17. Matthew Mitcham Matthew Mitcham (born March, 2 1988 - age 23) is an Australian diver. He came out as gay in 2008 to the Sydney Morning Herald in a profile piece of Beijing Olympic hopefuls. Mitcham went on to win a gold medal in the 10 meter platform, receiving the highest single dive score in Olympic history. 16. Jake Shears Jake Shears (born October 3, 1978 - age 32) is the charismatic lead male vocalist for the Scissor Sisters. 15. Russell Tovey Russell George Tovey (born November, 14 1981 - age 29) has been acting in British TV and theater since he was a child. He gained major exposure in both the stage and film productions of The History Boys but is probably best known for his current role as George the werewolf in the original UK version of Being Human. 14. Luke Macfarlane Canadian actor Luke Macfarlane (born January 19, 1980 - age 31). He is best known for his role as Scotty Wandell on ABC's Brothers & Sisters. Macfarlane came out publicly in 2008. 13. Gareth Thomas Welsh professional rugby player Gareth Thomas (born July 25, 1974 - age 36 ) came out publicly in December 2009. According to Sports Illustrated, at the time that made Thomas the world's only openly gay professional male athlete currently active in a team sport. 12. Stephen Fry Stephen John Fry (born August 24, 1957) is an English actor, screenwriter, author, playwright, journalist, poet, comedian, television presenter and film director. He is active on Twitter and can boast over 2 million followers. Famously witty, about being gay Fry once quipped: "I suppose it all began when I came out of the womb. I looked back up at my mother and thought to myself, 'That's the last time I'm going up one of those.'" 11. Dan Savage Dan Savage (born October 7, 1964 - age 46) writes the internationally syndicated relationship and sex advice column Savage Love. He is also an author and journalist and highly effective media pundit. In September 2010, together with longtime partner Terry Miller, Savage launched the It Gets Better Project. The campaign encourages adults (both gay and straight) to submit videos assuring gay teenagers that life can improve after bullying in early life. 10. Cheyenne Jackson Cheyenne Jackson (born July 12, 1975 - age 35) is an actor and singer. He currently appears on 30 Rock as sweet-natured Canadian Danny Baker and has had numerous guest appearances on other shows, including Glee, where he plays competing glee club coach Dustin Goolsby. Jackson has also had major success on Broadway, a highlight being his turn as the cut-off jeans wearing, rollerskating "Sonny" in Xanadu. He has been out from the start of his career. 9. Jesse Tyler Ferguson Jesse Tyler Ferguson (October 22, 1975 - age 35) portrays Mitchell Pritchett on the ABC sitcom Modern Family. 8. Sir Elton John Sir Elton John (born March 25th, 1947 - age 63) is one of the most successful recording artists of all time. He has released over 30 albums and sold more than 250 million records worldwide. John has been out since the late eighties and has been heavily involved in the fight against AIDS since then. He started the Elton John AIDS Foundation in 1992, and the organization has since raised over 200 million dollars. His longtime partner is David Furnish (they have been together 18 years and were joined in a civil partnership in 2005). The couple has a young son, Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John. 7. Jonathan Groff Jonathan Groff (born March 26, 1985 - age 25) sprang to fame playing the lead in the Broadway musical Spring Awakening. (He was nominated for a Tony for that role.) He is best known to television audiences for a recurring role on Glee as "Jesse St. James," a romantic interest to Lea Michelle's character Rachel Berry. (Michelle was also Groff's co-star in Spring Awakening). 6. Sir Ian McKellen Sir Ian McKellen (born May 25, 1939 - age 71) is one of the world's most celebrated actors. He has a Tony award, two Oscar nominations and in addition to critical acclaim he is well known to audiences for iconic signature roles in two major franchises: Magneto in the X-Men movies, and Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings films. McKellen came out publicly in 1988 and was a founding member of Stonewall, a leading UK LGBT rights group. He was knighted in 1991. 5. John Barrowman John Barrowman (born March 11, 1967 - age 44) is a Scottish-American actor and musical performer. He is best known for his role as the dashing bisexual Captain Jack Harkness in the science fiction series Torchwood. 4. Ricky Martin Ricky Martin (born Enrique Martín Morales on December 24, 1971) is a Puerto Rican pop singer and actor who first came to fame as a member of the Latin boy band Menudo, then starting in 1991 as a solo artist. He has sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. Throughout his career there was much speculation about the singer's orientation. In 2010 Martin announced that he was a "fortunate homosexual man." Martin's twin sons, Matteo and Valentino, were born via a surrogate mother in 2008. 3. Neil Patrick Harris Neil Patrick Harris (June 15, 1973 - age 37) was a successful child actor best known for the title role in the series Doogie Howser, M.D. He successfully made the transition to adult roles and is better known to audiences now as the womanizing Barney Stinson in How I Met Your Mother, or for playing the title role in Joss Whedon's musical web series Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. He is also a much sought after presenter and has hosted the Tonys and the Emmys. Harris came out in 2006: "...I am happy to dispel any rumors or misconceptions and am quite proud to say that I am a very content gay man living my life to the fullest and feel most fortunate to be working with wonderful people in the business I love." He has two children with longtime partner David Burtka (also on The Gay List at #32). He also has the distinction of being AfterElton's "Gay Man of the Decade." 2. Adam Lambert Adam Lambert (January 29, 1982 - age 29) was the runner up on the eighth season of American Idol. He came out officially in an interview with Rolling Stone soon after the competition ended. He released his debut album, For Your Entertainment in late 2009 and embarked on a worldwide tour to support it. He is currently at work on a second studio album. He is ranked tenth on AfterElton's list of the Top 50 Gay Male Musicians. 1. Chris Colfer Chris Colfer (born May 27, 1990 - age 20) plays gay teen Kurt Hummel on the FOX series Glee. He won a Golden Globe this year for his sensitive portrayal of the out and proud teen. Glee was Colfer's first television role and he originally auditioned for the part of wheelchair-bound Artie. Ryan Murphy was so impressed with Colfer that he created the role of Kurt specifically for him. Posted by AfterElton.com Staff on March 14, 2011 http://t.co/GDeOngg
3/15/20110
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Texas State Rep. Leo Berman learns what GLBT stands for

Session '11: Reps. Berman and Anchia: kxan.com
3/15/20110
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Death 2 Zune

By Dina Bass - Mar 14, 2011 Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) will stop introducing new versions of the Zune music and video player because of tepid demand, letting the company shift its focus to other devices, according to a person familiar with the decision. Microsoft will concentrate on putting Zune software onto mobile phones, such as those running its Windows operating system, said the person, who declined to be identified because the decision hasn’t been announced. Zune software lets customers buy songs and movies, as well as pay a monthly fee to stream unlimited music. Zune, introduced in 2006, never managed to break the iPod’s grip on the music-player industry and became the brunt of late- night talk-show jokes. Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPod led the market with 77 percent of unit sales last year, while the Zune failed to crack the top five, according to NPD Group Inc. By adding the Zune features to the Windows Phone software, Microsoft aims to gain ground in another challenging area -- mobile phones -- where it’s lost market share to Google Inc. (GOOG) and Apple. Microsoft, based in Redmond, Washington, declined to comment on plans for the Zune. “We have nothing to announce about another Zune device -- but most recently have introduced Zune HD to Canada via the Zune Originals store and remain committed to supporting our devices in North America,” the company said in an e-mailed statement. “We are thrilled by the consumer excitement for Zune across many new platforms, including Windows Phone 7 and Xbox 360. Our long-term strategy focuses on the strength of the entire Zune ecosystem across Microsoft platforms.” Beating the iPod? When Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer released the Zune more than four years ago, he predicted that Microsoft could one day overtake Apple. “We can beat them, but it’s not going to be easy,” Ballmer said in a November 2006 interview. At the time, Microsoft executive Robbie Bach, then president of the entertainment and devices business, said the company planned to invest “hundreds of millions” of dollars over the following three to five years to compete with the iPod. The company doesn’t detail spending on individual products. In 2009, Microsoft split the Zune team into software and hardware groups, letting the software people focus more on other platforms, such as phones, the Xbox video-game console and personal computers. The company touted the Zune software as a key feature in its redesigned Windows mobile-phone operating system when it went on sale in October. Zune HD The Zune’s last completely new hardware model, the Zune HD, was released in 2009. A version that featured more storage went on sale a year later. Microsoft will continue to sell existing versions of the Zune, the person familiar with the matter said. Microsoft shares rose 1 cent to $25.69 as of 4 p.m. New York time on the Nasdaq Stock Market. The stock has fallen 8 percent this year. Talk-show hosts such as Craig Ferguson and Conan O’Brien ribbed the Zune for being an also-ran. Ferguson said the device was Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates’s bid to “loosen iPod’s stranglehold on the iPod market.” “The Zune has all the features of the iPod except it’s not as good,” he said in 2006. “Plus it can only download recordings of Bill Gates singing.” To contact the reporters on this story: Dina Bass in Seattle at [email protected] To contact the editor responsible for this story: Tom Giles at [email protected]
3/15/20110
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The Church of Charlie Sheen

3/11/20110
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Sheen's Korner Ep 3: Torpedoes of Truth Part 2

3/10/20110
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Charlie Sheen Video

3/10/20110
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Charlie Sheen's latest Webcast

Video streaming by Ustream
3/10/20110
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HomoFetish

Fetish1 a : an object (as a small stone carving of an animal) believed to have magical power to protect or aid its owner; broadly : a material object regarded with superstitious or extravagant trust or reverence b : an object of irrational reverence or obsessive devotion : prepossession c : an object or bodily part whose real or fantasied presence is psychologically necessary for sexual gratification and that is an object of fixation to the extent that it may interfere with complete sexual expression 2: a rite or cult of fetish worshipers 3: fixation 15 Strangest Sex Fetishes: Do You Have One? (Check Here)
3/9/201145 minutes, 31 seconds
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Pussylogy

What is Pussylogy?  Go to my NEW DESIGNED WEBSITE: http://www.aliyaleigh.com I need your love letters so we can go on a date.  Send your love letters to: [email protected]
3/9/201158 minutes, 39 seconds
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OH OMG - Holla!

This podcast was unscripted.  I was suppose to talk about one thing. For some reason,  I started talking about something else more important and funny.  This is the raw  podcast I have ever done. You will see.   Go to: http://www.aliyaleigh.com  - The Lesbian Life blog is NOW connected.  Remember, contest is still on.   Write me a love letter and send it to: [email protected] 
3/9/20111 hour, 2 minutes, 6 seconds
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Auschwitz Can Be FAB

Can we have another Auschwitz?  What do you think? Listen to Edward Kissi from the University of South Florida and Claudia Koonz from Duke University.
3/3/20111 hour, 13 minutes, 14 seconds
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What can we learn from Charlie Sheen's missteps?

_ Good advice: Don't insult the boss. And, as Sheen did, don't insult your boss on radio, with the rest of the media world in wait to report whatever you say. And especially don't do it if he's a guy like Chuck Lorre, creator of "Two and a Half Men" (as well as other hit sitcoms, "The Big Bang Theory" and "Mike & Molly"). And for sure, don't lob anti-Semitic slurs in the direction of that boss who has bailed you out of embarrassing scrapes over and over, while publicly defending you. That's just lousy office politics. _ Don't continue to brag about your work ethic and your sterling on-time record for getting to the job- that is, when you're not in rehab, shutting down your show- no matter how hard you've partied the night before. Showing up for work is what the boss pays you for, and what the customers (in Sheen's case, viewers) deserve. It's the least you can do. Don't expect a bonus for not being tardy. _ And when the boss pays you a lot (Sheen gets a reported $1.8 million an episode, the richest payday of any TV star), maybe you should remember that, at some point, your public might start resenting you for being so rich while behaving so badly. Ordinary Americans make do on an annual salary- or less- than Sheen might spend in one night of partying. _ Don't mistake your own personal machismo (as Sheen did on the radio) for a macho role you played in a war film, "Platoon," a quarter-century ago. It makes you sound delusional. Besides, it's best to not mouth off about being a tough guy when you've already been in hot water for domestic violence. _ If you can't kick the drugs and the prostitutes, do yourself a favor and at least get someone to keep you away from your phone and Internet connection. When you play a character on a TV series, you should always keep in mind that your bread-and-butter depends on viewers relating to, and liking, that character. Up to now, Sheen's real-life mischief as a womanizer, substance abuser and overall hedonist seems to have enhanced the appeal of the character he plays on "Two and a Half Men," a lovable ladies' man conveniently named Charlie. But real-life Charlie and TV Charlie seem to be parting company. It's not a pleasant sight. TV Charlie isn't mean-spirited, hostile or anti-Semitic. Could growing revelations about real-life Charlie have finally begun to threaten TV Charlie's likeability? Maybe viewers, enlightened by Sheen's continuing misbehavior, will decide that a boozy Lothario isn't so funny after all, and instead maybe pathetic. Since it seems unclear that Sheen is ready to move on, wised-up "Two and a Half Men" viewers may be ready.
2/25/20110
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Open Relationship - Seriously

The contest is still on. Win a date with me! Please support 1n10: http://www.1n10.org
2/24/20111 hour, 4 minutes, 10 seconds
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My Life Part 2

CONTEST: On March 19, 2011, I will be going to a AZWIT (Arizona Women In Tune) concert and I am looking to bring a DATE!!! Do you WANT to be my date? Then write me a love poem and send it to: [email protected] The love poem have to make my heart melt. The Rules: You need to be over 18 years old and live in the Metro Area of Phoenix, AZ. Must be free on the date of March 19,2011. This contest is open for everyone: gay,straight, Bi or Trans. So try to make my heart melt with your written words, so we can go out on a wonderful date. Here is the link to AZWIT, if you want to buy tickets to the concert: http://www.azwit.com/concerts.html Plus, this podcast has an important message.I LOVE YOU!!!!!! xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox  
2/22/20111 hour, 8 minutes, 48 seconds
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My Business Card

2/21/20110
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Life As ME!!!!

Turning women gay - one beam of light at a time.  Plus, YOU CAN WIN A DATE WITH ME!  
2/18/201159 minutes, 29 seconds
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I'm SO PISSED OFF!

I am piss and find out why.  If you need a friend, email me at: [email protected]
2/16/20111 hour, 1 minute, 3 seconds
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So Long, Insecurity

Please read this book:  "So, Long Insecurity. You've been a bad friend to us", By Beth Moore. Great BOOK!!!  
2/15/201143 minutes, 13 seconds
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Drama in the PHX

Lesbians are crazy people, but I love to watch!
2/15/201143 minutes, 33 seconds
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How To Plan Cheap Dates That Seem Expensive

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2/14/20110
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How to Throw Together Last-Minute Valentine's Day Plans

How to Throw Together Last-Minute Valentine's Day Plans on Howcast
2/14/20110
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How to Have an Amazing Valentine's Day

How to Have an Amazing Valentine's Day on Howcast
2/14/20110
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SNTV - Here's all the Hollywood couples news

Link: Charlie Sheen on the market, Billy Joel's ex makes some cash and more coming up in the Hollywood couples news.
2/14/20110
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SNTV - Angelina Jolie's adoption rumors

Link: Angelina Jolie is shooting down rumors that she's planning on adopting another baby.
2/14/20110
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SNTV - Rihanna lifts restraining order

Link: Rihanna has reportedly given the go ahead to amend the restraining order against Chris Brown two years after his vicious attack
2/14/20110
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SNTV - Lady Gaga is the greatest

Link: Lady Gaga certainly isn't shy, gushing about herself and how great she is in her latest interview with Vogue
2/14/20110
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How To Break Up With Someone on Valentine’s Day

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2/14/20110
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What is 1n10?

Join 1n10 for their annual Fresh Brunch on February 20th at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Enjoy a cocktail reception and silent and live auctions, along with Nicole Pesce on the grand piano, Ian Christiansen and 1n10's own Fusion Dance Crew. Tickets are just $80 here. This year's honorees include Reverend Patrick Stout of the Community Church of Hope and Mary Rosales of PFLAG. Don't delay, get your tickets to the Fresh 1n10 brunch today! Check out 1n10's Fresh video here. Go to: http://www.1n10.org/events/fresh-1n10s-2nd-annual-spring-brunch   1n10 Mission, Vision & Purpose OUR VISION: 1n10 envisions a world where all LGBTQ youth and young adults are embraced for who they are, actively engaged in their communities, and empowered to lead. OUR MISSION: Our mission is to serve LGBTQA youth and young adults. We enhance their lives by providing empowering social and service programs that promote self‐expression, self‐acceptance, leadership development and healthy life choices. OUR PURPOSE: 1n10 is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. We provide youth with tools to improve self esteem and acceptance of who they are. The youth we work with range in age from 14 to 22. We create a safe space, mentally and physically, for youth of all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. Our weekly discussion groups cover a wide range of social, educational, health, and community issues. Youth with particular needs have the option to speak with peers or volunteers one-on-one, in a supervised setting. We offer resources for healthy living and making healthy choices, as well as social networking opportunities appropriate for developing leadership skills and having fun. We are committed to working in collaboration with other valley and national organizations that help teens including, homeless shelters, suicide prevention crisis lines (some by teens for teens), Youth at Risk, Concilio Latino de Salud, Teen Lifeline, Peer Solutions, Gay/Straight Alliances, GLSEN, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS and the Native American Community Health Center.
2/8/201136 minutes, 42 seconds
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Smuggle Truck Game - What do you think?

The premiere smuggling game, developed by Owlchemy Labs. Visit http://smuggletruck.com for more info.
2/8/20110
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Republican strategist turned gay rights activist

Crashing the party: Republican strategist turned gay rights activist ponders a White House run By Dan Zak Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, February 2, 2011; 12:31 PM ON ROUTE 202, N.H. — The candidate can't find his lane. The road is a crunchy carpet of snow. The candidate drifts too far to the right. The rumble strip rattles his car. The candidate drifts too far to the left. "I can't tell where — " he says, squinting into the swirling void. "We're in the middle of the road," says his research assistant calmly. The car stereo belts the Act 1 finale from the Broadway musical "Wicked," which is about the Wicked Witch of the West and how she chose Evil to get ahead but then chose Good because that's how all fables end. The candidate — the man behind the wheel, the man who can't find his lane — is a guy named Fred. He's exploring the possibility of running for president of the United States. He is doing this as an openly gay Republican who's never held elective office, using money he amassed as a conservative consultant who helped torpedo Michael Dukakis with the Willie Horton ads in 1988 and worked for the tobacco industry to stave off smoking bans in California in the '90s. Fred Karger, 61, is a nice guy. He wants his country to see that. He wants young gay people to see him run for president. He'd be the first-ever openly gay presidential candidate for a major party if he formally declares. He can see himself as the moderate voice in a debate crowded with hard-liners. Click here to read article: http://tinyurl.com/5r53vzf
2/7/20110
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YOU ARE THE SHIT!

Are you the shit? 
2/7/201121 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Testament of Facebook

Facebook is like the bible.  http://www.facebook.com/aliya.leigh
2/7/201117 minutes, 30 seconds
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SNTV - Latest celebrity gossip

Link: All the latest celebrity news and gossip from Hollywood.
2/7/20110
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SNTV - Paris Hilton gets surrounded

Link: We get the inside scoop on Paris Hilton from someone who was there.
2/7/20110
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SNTV - Mike Sorrentino leaving Jersey Shore?

Link: Reality star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino says he wants to be a movie star.
2/7/20110
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Hillary Rodham Clinton talks about ruling 2012

I believe Hilary needs to rule The White House in 2012.  Hear her words. 
2/2/201125 minutes, 57 seconds
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Out and Up Scholarship Fund - Please Support

The Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation is establishing the Out and Up Scholarship Fund - an opportunity for disenfranchised lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Those eligible are young adults (under 25) who have faced negative responses from caregivers because of their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression and are no longer welcome or living at home. Go to: http://www.maricopa.edu/foundation or contact: Rachel Rabinovich - (480) 731-8417 [email protected] Julie Roberts - (602) 509-4808 [email protected]
2/2/201117 minutes, 48 seconds
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Gay ’New Kid’ Says He’s Never Been in the Closet

First, Carrie Fisher "outs" John Travolta in an interview with The Advocate. Now, Tiffany has let slip that New Kids on the Block member Jonathan Knight is gay. But Knight says his being gay wasn’t a secret anyway. "I have never been outed by anyone but myself!" Knight posted in a blog at the band’s blog, according to a Jan. 31 CNN blog posting. "I did so almost twenty years ago," added Knight, who is a native of Massachusetts. Knight was part of the popular boy band for ten years, starting in 1984. The band reformed in 2008. The following year, tabloid newspaper The National Enquirer published an article in which a purported male former lover, Braziian model Kyle Wilker, claimed that Knight was gay. "I never knew that I would have to [come out] all over again publicly just because I reunited with NKOTB!" Knight, 42, continued. "I have lived my life very openly and have never hidden the fact that I am gay! "Apparently the pre-requisite to being a gay public figure is to appear on the cover of a magazine with the caption ’I am gay,’ " Knight added. "I apologize for not doing so if this is what was expected! My belief is that you live your life by example, and not by a caption on a magazine!" The entertainer went on to say, "If there ever has been any confusion about my sexuality, then you are someone that doesn’t even know me!" However, he indicated a disinclination to make his sexuality a focus of discussion, adding, "I love living my life being open and honest, but at this time I choose not to discuss my private life any further! My fellow band members don’t discuss their private lives with their loved ones and I don’t feel that just because I am gay, I should have to discuss mine!"
2/2/20110
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Bush Daughter A ’New Yorker for Marriage Equality’

by Kilian Melloy Tuesday Feb 1, 2011 During her father’s presidency, George W. Bush daughter Barbara and her twin sister Jenna made headlines for their party-girl antics. Now, Barbara Bush heads up a non-profit and has declared herself in favor of inviting everyone to another sort of party; Ms. Bush has called for marriage rights for gay and lesbian families. Barbara Bush, 29, is featured in a video released by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), reported the Associated Press on Feb. 1. In the video, Ms. Bush, a resident of Manhattan, says that she is a "New Yorker for marriage equality." The AP article noted that her father supported an amendment to the United States Constitution that would have targeted gay and lesbian families for exclusion from marriage. New York state does not offer marriage to same-sex couples, but will honor marriages granted to gay and lesbian families in other jurisdictions. Equality advocates, buoyed by the election of Gov. Andrew Cuomo--an outspoken proponent of marriage equality--hope to see New York join the five states that do grant gays and lesbians legal access to marital rights and protections. "I’m Barabara Bush, and I’m a New Yorker for marriage equality," Ms. Bush says in the 22-second video, which announces via text that "New Yorkers support full marriage equality." "New York is about fairness and equality," Ms. Bush continues, "and everyone should have the right to marry the person that they love." "Barbara Bush joins prominent Republicans like her mother Laura Bush as well as Dick Cheney and Ted Olson as supporters of marriage equality," stated the HRC, reported CNN on Jan. 31. CNN also noted that the children of other conservative politicians have spoken out for full family parity, including Meghan McCain and openly lesbian Mary Cheney, daughter of the former vice president. The difference in viewpoints toward the civil rights of gay and lesbian families may reflect a larger generational divide. Polls show that support continues to grow for full legal and social equality for sexual minorities, in issues ranging from marriage equality to military service by openly gay and lesbian patriots. One consistent factor has been the greater acceptance toward GLBTs by younger Americans. A major part of that shift is thought to be increased visibility of out GLBT Americans. A Feb. 1 AOL News article says that while a student at Yale, Ms. Bush had gay and lesbian classmates--a simple fact of life that remained the case when she entered the work force in the fashion world before establishing a non-profit. The New York Times, in a Jan. 31 article, quoted an openly gay college friend of Ms. Bush, C. Brian Smith, as recalling that during her student days, Ms. Bush "was loved by the gay community at Yale." "No matter what party they belong to, young Americans believe in basic fairness and equality," noted the HRC’s Brian Ellner. The AP noted that the HRC has posted videos online of other celebrities endorsing marriage equality, including Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, Whoopi Goldberg, Kenneth Cole, Mayor Bloomberg, Moby, Julianne Moore, and married actors Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon.
2/2/20110
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Transgender Day of Action draws <br> advocates and allies

by Angela AlbertiBay Windows contributorTuesday Feb 1, 2011 Show of support for "An Act Relative to Transgender Equal Rights." Despite snow-covered roads last Thursday, Jan. 27, more than 75 transgender rights advocates and allies from across Massachusetts traveled to the State House in Boston to visit their legislators. Their goal was to show support and gather legislative co-sponsors for "An Act Relative to Transgender Equal Rights," a bill that, if passed, would add gender identity and expression to existing Massachusetts civil rights laws. "Our goal is to make legislators aware that there are constituents in their districts who care about this bill. Some of the folks visiting today are transgender themselves, some are friends, family, and allies," said Gunner Scott, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC), which sponsored the Transgender Equal Rights Action Day. Scott said the number of legislative co-sponsors is indicative of the level of support that can be expected if the bill is voted on. The bill was first introduced in the 2007-2008 legislative session by Representatives Carl Sciortino and Byron Rushing, but over the past three sessions has been sent to committee study and has not been acted upon, despite having 104 co-sponsors -- the most co-sponsors of any bill in last year’s session. "There are thousands of bills filed each year and many never make it to the floor for a vote," Scott said. He thinks that the bill will have as many co-sponsors this year, and is optimistic that it will make it to the floor this session. Zippy Ostroy, a retired speech pathologist from Brookline, doesn’t know anyone who is transgender, but wanted to show her support for the issues. "Supporting equal rights for transgender people seems like an obvious thing. It’s necessary," she said. "I didn’t even realize the extent of the problem until I got involved with Keshet." Keshet is a Jewish organization that works for the inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. "But I’m not concerned just with the problems that the Jewish community has with this -- it’s a broader problem. And the discrimination and negative impacts of discrimination, including violence, employment problems, and housing problems, they shouldn’t be there," Ostroy said. Ostroy said another reason she attended the day of action was because she thinks that organizations fighting against trans rights are slowing the process down. "The anti-rights groups, they’re very vocal and organized. So I think any visible support for this bill is beneficial," she said. Joan Stratton, a clinical social worker from Mattapoisett, travelled almost two hours to show her support at the State House. "I’m going to Senator Montigny’s office and Representative Straus’s office to say this is really important to me as a trans woman," she said. Stratton said that the trans people she knows in her area are not openly identified as trans because they’re afraid of discrimination. "They could lose their jobs if their employers find out they identify this way," she says. Stratton herself was commuting to work in Rhode Island until recently because it is one of the few states where transgender people are offered equal protection in employment, housing, and credit. There are currently thirteen states with similar laws protecting people on the basis of gender identity. "I’m a social worker; I help people for a living," she said. "I’m [also] a Vietnam era veteran and I’ve served my country since I was a teenager, and I’d just like to have the favor returned." Elizabeth Maria Rivera Valentine, a community organizer for TransCEND, an HIV prevention and education program for trans women, says the law is particularly important for her clients, many of whom are homeless or unemployed but want to find work. "This law would put it in the books that they can’t discriminate against us based on gender identity," she said. "It’s basically adding the ’T’ in GLBT to all the laws." According to a 2009 survey by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, 97 percent of transgender people surveyed experienced harassment on the job, and respondents experienced unemployment at almost double the rate of the general population. Valentine, who has a younger sister who is also transgender, feels that her advocacy of trans rights is setting an example for others. "I wanted to prove not only to my family, but to myself, that you can live a successful life as a trans woman," she said. "I think one of the lessons I’ve learned is that silence won’t get you very far. You have to be able to speak up for your rights, and as human beings we deserve to be equal."
2/2/20110
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What is perfect?

What is perfect to you?
2/1/201115 minutes, 46 seconds
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Desperado - Film Festival at Paradise Valley Community College

Movies to MUST SEE: 1) Elena Undone By Nicole Conn Elegant and refined Elna is a devoted wife to her pastor husband, mother to her teenage son and daughter to her traditional Indian family. For so many years she has been living her life on autopilot. Grief-stricken lesbian writer Peyton is struggling to move on from recent hardship. When the two meet they form an immeasurable bond that shakes the foundation of their sheltered worlds and Elena is confronted with intense and unexpected feelings for a woman. As their relationship takes on a life on a life of its own, what ensues is one of the most passionate and intimate female-on-female scenes ever is filmed. Best film EVER 2) Tools for Fools By Kate Brandt Juile Goldm3an struts, simpers and mugs her way through the world's most outrageous infomercial that is a celebration of lesbian sexuality... at it's silliest. Satisfaction guaranteed!!!!!! 3)A Marine Story by Ned Farr A decorated Marine officer unexpectedly returns home from the was and is quickly recruited to help a troubled teen prepare for boot camp, but when the true reasons for her return become known it threatens the future for both of them. "A Marine Story" highlights the absurdity of the military ban on gays through the personal story of one courageous woman. 4) Breaking the Chains By Alyssa Eisenstein A year ago, American Evangelicals traveled to Uganda for a conference on the "the gay agenda"to speak about curing homosexuality. The Anti-Homosexuality Bill was proposed just a few months later and introduced some of the harshest punishments in the world for homosexuals.It calls for lifetime imprisonment for all LGBT people, death to homosexuals who are HIV positive and prison for any Ugandan who fails to report LGBT Ugandans within 24 hours of the Bill passing. Alyssa Eisenstein, a Northwestern University student, traveled to Uganda in the Spring of 2010 to interview LGBT activists, legal and political authorities, university students, village leaders and even a traditional healer. 5) Gen Silent By Stu Maddux Gen Silent is the new LGBT documentary that asks six LGBT senior citizens if they will hide their lives to survive.
2/1/201126 minutes, 21 seconds
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The Movie: "Gen Silent" - LGBT senior citizens

Gen Silent is that new LGBT documentary that asks six LGBT senior citizens if they will hide their lives to survive.  By Stu Maddux http://stumaddux.com/gen_silent.html    
2/1/201127 minutes, 35 seconds
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Lesbian students enter to cheers at Minn. school

By CHRIS WILLIAMS Associated Press CHAMPLIN, Minn. (AP) - Two lesbian high school students who fought for the right to walk together as part of a royalty court made their entrances Monday to the cheers of hundreds of classmates. Sarah Lindstrom and Desiree Shelton wore matching black suits with pink ties and held hands as they entered the Snow Days Pep Fest at Champlin Park High School in Minneapolis' northwest suburbs. The reaction came as a relief to the couple and school administrators. The district has been stung by criticism of its policies toward homosexuality and the alleged bullying of a gay student who killed himself. "It felt amazing," said Shelton, adding that she was too nervous to notice dozens rise to give her a standing ovation as she walked in with Lindstrom. "I think we were too focused on getting to the stage." If there were any boos, they were drowned about by supporters. "I feel so much better," Lindstrom said while surrounded by friends after the rally. Sarah's mother, Shannon Lindstrom, camera in hand, joined the other mothers of children in the royalty court after the rally. "They had a lot of courage," she said Shelton and her daughter. "Look how far we've come." Students voted onto the royalty court traditionally enter the assembly in boy-girl pairs. After Lindstrom and Shelton, both 18, were elected, school officials last week announced a change in procedure: court members would walk in individually or accompanied by a parent or favorite teacher. School officials said they merely wanted to prevent the two from being teased. But on Friday, two human rights groups sued on their behalf. On Saturday, in federally mediated talks, school officials relented. The two sides agreed that members of the royalty court would be escorted by anyone meaningful to them, regardless of gender or age. "This is a new chapter for the district," said Sam Wolfe, a lawyer with the Southern Poverty Law Center, which filed the lawsuit along with the National Center for Lesbian Rights and local assistance from the Minneapolis law firm of Faegre and Benson. Young women in evening gowns and young men in dark suits walked through a makeshift arch and to the stage during the Monday afternoon pep rally complete with cheerleaders, dance teams and the school band. So did two young women in suits, and the crowd cheered for each one. "They did great," said Principal Mike George. "I'm proud of our students." Several of the students in the crowd didn't understand what all the fuss over the lesbian couple. "Some people are against it, but they don't care if they walk down a stupid runway," said Maggie Hesaliman, 14. Melissa Biellefe, 16, said, "We're a pretty respectful school. Our rule is just let people be who they are." Champlin Park is part of the Anoka-Hennepin school district, Minnesota's largest, which has been in the spotlight in the past year for its handling of issues involving gay and lesbian students. It has been in the crossfire for its policy of "neutrality" in classroom discussions of homosexuality. It was reached in 2009 as a way to balance the demands of liberal and conservative families, but neither side has been completely happy with it. The issues flared again last year after a gay student, Justin Aaberg, killed himself. His mother has said she heard too late from Justin's friends that he had been harassed. Aaberg was one of six students who committed suicide in the district since the beginning of the 2009-10 school year, and advocacy groups have linked some of the other deaths to the bullying of gay students. However, the district said last month its own investigation did not find evidence that bullying contributed to the students' deaths. (Copyright 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
2/1/20110
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SNTV - Latest celebrity gossip

Link: All the latest celebrity news and gossip from Hollywood.
1/28/20110
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SNTV - Kristen Stewart's princess prospect

Link: Kristen Stewart is reportedly in serious talks to take on the role of Snow White in an upcoming re-imagining of the fairy tale
1/28/20110
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SNTV - Ross and Brand Reunion?

Link: Jonathan Ross says he and Russell Brand should be reunited on his new chat show.
1/28/20110
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SNTV - Celeb says what?

Link: Celebs say the funniest things, especially when our cameras are around....
1/28/20110
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Uganda: Can We Talk Honestly About Homosexuality?

Editorial28 January 2011 David Kato, a gay rights activist who campaigned against the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, and who sued a local tabloid last year after it named him as being homosexual, was killed in his home this week. Police say they are investigating the circumstances of his death and it is not yet clear whether this was a homophobic attack in which Mr Kato was targeted for his sexual orientation or his thoughts about the matter. Whatever the motive behind the killing, this incident reminds us of the homophobia that is widespread in our country and society - and the deadly consequences of not dealing with it. Homosexuality is illegal under Ugandan law and the Anti Homosexuality Bill prescribes harsher punishments, including the death penalty for sodomy. While such legislation might serve as a deterrent, it will not eliminate homosexuality and might cement the discrimination of sexual minorities. The homosexuality question in Uganda has two major flaws. First is that a lot of the debate is shouted down from extreme positions of moral self-righteousness; as a result there is little common understanding among those who oppose gay rights and those who advocate for them. Secondly, a lot of the debate is carried out or influenced by foreign actors - both in favour of and against homosexuality. What we need is an honest national dialogue on homosexuality in order to forge a consensus on the rights of those Ugandans who choose to be gay and those who oppose homosexuality as a lifestyle. Holding puritanical and extreme views on the matter, whether liberal or conservative, will divide us, rather than help us find a mutually acceptable compromise. People like David Kato and others who might be gay are Ugandans and enjoy the same rights and protections of the law as heterosexuals. We cannot send them into exile neither, lock them away, or hang them. We need to have an honest discussion about how to ensure that their rights are upheld without violating the rights of other Ugandans. Peaceful and stable societies only emerge when we understand and try to accommodate those who are different from us, or who disagree with us - not by ostracising or killing them. From: http://allafrica.com/stories/201101280036.html
1/28/20110
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SNTV - Report: Jennifer Aniston adopting

Link: Star magazine is reporting that Jennifer Aniston has already signed adoption papers for a baby from Mexico
1/27/20110
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SNTV - Rosie Huntington-Whitely is Secret Sexbomb

Link: The recently recruited Victoria's Secret "Angel" shows her slender form.
1/27/20110
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SNTV - Celebrity Airport Security Trouble

Link: Celebrities at the airport are subject to the same pat downs, body scans and other TSA hassles that we all are.
1/27/20110
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SNTV - Penelope Cruz welcomes baby boy

Link: Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem have reportedly welcomed their first child together, though conflicting details as to when exactly the baby was born has fans guessing
1/27/20110
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SNTV - Jack and Jill is a drag

Link: We're on set of Jack and Jill with David Spade, Al Pacino, Adam Sandler, and Katie Holmes.
1/25/20110
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SNTV - Willow's help from dad

Link: Willow Smith and other Hollywood celebs making it big with the help of mom and dad.
1/25/20110
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SNTV-Heres the latest Hollywood gossip

Link: Robert De Niro pays up, Ashton Kutcher feels small; Heidi Klum contemplating world domination
1/25/20110
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SNTV - Nicki Minaj's fan-demonium

Link: Nicki Minaj's popularity proves to be too much for one London hotel as the rapper's fans take on the city
1/25/20110
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SNTV - Latest Hollywood couples news

Link: Demi and Ashton on the red carpet, Sandra and Ryan just friends and Paris Hilton's boyfriend facing charges
1/25/20110
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SNTV - "Twilight" Named Worst With Nine Razzie Nods

Link: Critics come down hard on the fan favorite "Twilight" series nominating the franchise for some of the year's worst achievements in film
1/25/20110
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SNTV - Oprah's secret sister

Link: Oprah's highly-anticipated family secret is revealed as the talk show queen admits to having a half-sister that was given up for adoption
1/25/20110
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SNTV - Kim Kardashian's baby talk

Link: Kim Kardashian drops hints things are getting more serious tweeting about the possibility of one day having kids with new beau Kris Humphries
1/25/20110
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We Are GODS!!!!

1) We create our worlds and tend to live in them; even if they are negative or positive. 2) Obey the golden rule: Do to others, what you want them to do to you. 3) Stop assuming the worst in people. 4) Use COMMON SENSE! 5) We are gods and the almighty is our boss. Create positive worlds in our lives so the world can be a positive place to live in. 
1/25/201158 minutes, 34 seconds
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Women Are Loco

Still up because I ran out of my meds. 
1/21/201128 minutes, 4 seconds
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Celebs Weigh in on Gay Marriage

Stars including Golden Globe winner Jane Lynch and "American Idol" alum Adam Lambert gathered at a Beverly Hills mansion for an Elton John concert benefiting supporters of gay marriage. (Jan. 20)
1/21/20110
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SNTV - All Hot Hollywood Gossip Including Newly Single Zac Efron

Link: All the hot Hollywood gossip including Zac Efron reportedly trying to win back Vanessa Hudgen's heart, Ashton Kutcher may bring back Punk'd, Brooklyn Decker's diet issues, Harrison Ford isn't done with Indiana Jones, and Owen Wilson's baby's name.
1/20/20110
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SNTV - Megan Fox's new Armani ad

Link: Megan Fox and Rafael Nadal heat up in their new Armani ads.
1/20/20110
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SNTV - Olivia Munn plays coy about JT

Link: Olivia Munn doesn't deny recent rumors she and Justin Timberlake are texting back and forth instead joking around with paps
1/20/20110
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SNTV - Brooklyn Decker's Body Image Issues

Link: Stunning swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker opens up about her past insecurities when it came to her bikini body.
1/20/20110
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Women Are Loco By Aliya Leigh

Women Are Loco By Aliya Leigh Back and Forth Back and Forth God, you are killing me. In and Out In and Out in my mind. I can't stand it. I can't take it. Can't live like this. I can't believe, I have to say this. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Just so damn insane. I fell for you like a school a girl. I can't believe I love you. I can't believe I kiss you. I can't believe I slept with you. Get out, get out of my life. Leave me alone. And please don't come back. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Oh My God, you can make a Lesbian become straight. Get out! Leave my house! Shut up and get out of my life! I hate you. Can't stand you. So just, please go. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Just get out! Just shut up! Just go and f--- yourself! Oh My God, you can make a Lesbian become straight. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. Women are loco, loco, loco. They are just plain insane. Copyright 2011 Striving For Pi, LLC Case number: 1-519684331
1/20/20110
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Blue Eyes By Aliya Leigh

Blue Eyes By Aliya Leigh Your eyes are like the ocean. Your skin is smooth like silk. You are perfect is everyway. Your body is like the statue of Aphrodite. Your smell is like sweet roses. Your taste is like fine wine. Copyright 2011 Striving For Pi, LLC Case number: 1-519684331
1/20/20110
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Hold Me By Aliya Leigh

  Hold Me By Aliya Leigh Hold me, Hold me Don't never leave me. Kiss me, Kiss me Please only love me. Help me, Help me I can't lose you now. So please, just say for a while, until I sleep in your arms. To see you, To touch you, To breath you makes me smile. Your touch is like a hug from the gods. Your kiss is like a kiss from an angle. Your love makes me go insane. So touch me So feel me So love me and don't go away. Hold me, Hold me Don't never leave me. Kiss me, Kiss me Only love me. Help me, Help me I need to feel your touch for a while. You know me. You love me. You make everything so fine. So hold me, Hold me Don't leave me behind. So kiss me, Kiss me Just love me. Help me, Help me Before I lose my mind. I need you. I love you. I want you to free my mind. When I look at you, your smile lights up my mind. I feel your touch and you make me feel at peace. So baby, baby, oh baby. Hold me, Hold me Please never leave me. Kiss me, Kiss me Please just love me. Help me, Help me You complete my life. I will open my heart. Open my soul. Trust you with my world as it turns. You are my world. You are my life. You are everything and so much more. Hold me, Hold me Please never leave me. Kiss me, kiss me You make me go insane. Help me, help me You keep me so grounded. Love me, love me Just stay the night. You are my world. You are my girl. You are, you are my everything. One thing I ask One thing I want One thing I need Is the power of your love. You are so good. So special. Can't see myself without you here - by my side. I need you here. I am being sincere. Kiss here Because I need you here. I will love you. I will be with you in my heart, mind and soul. Hold me, Hold me Never leave me. Kiss me, Kiss me Be there for me. Help me, Help me Please spend the night. I love you. You love me. So, we will be just fine. Copyright 2011 Striving For Pi, LLC Case number: 1-519684331  
1/20/20110
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Wonderland - My Froggy Life

My Froggy Life
1/20/201119 minutes, 25 seconds
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Wonderland - Princess of Fashion

Princess of Fashion
1/20/201117 minutes, 56 seconds
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Wonderland - School Times

School is great when you are a princess
1/20/201118 minutes, 19 seconds
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Wonderland - Gay Prince Charming?

Charming found a new way to lose weight.
1/20/201117 minutes, 54 seconds
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Wonderland - Prince of Goth

Prince of Goth
1/20/201119 minutes, 40 seconds
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Wonderland - Ghetto D

Ghetto D is the Queen
1/20/201111 minutes, 19 seconds
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Wonderland Part 3

Have fun with the crew
1/20/201121 minutes, 7 seconds
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Wonderland 4 U

Wonderland part 2
1/20/201134 minutes, 43 seconds
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Welcome 2 Wonderland

Welcome to Wonderland and meet the crew. Princess Alice = The Valley Girl Princess Snow White = Common Sense and liberal Princess Dorthey = Ghetto Queen Princess Cinderella = Fashion Bictoch Prince  Happy = Stoner Prince Develle = Goth Prince Albert = Frong Prince Price Charming =  The name says it all
1/20/201118 minutes, 29 seconds
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My Issues - Why R Lesbians LAME?

What is the different between gays and lesbians? 
1/19/201127 minutes, 42 seconds
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Olivia Wilde is SO STUPID! OMG!

Link: Actress Olivia Wilde admits to not eating much before the Golden Globes.
1/19/20110
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SNTV - Regis Philbin announces retirement

Link: Morning talk show host Regis Philbin says this will be his last season on the program Live! With Regis and Kelly.
1/19/20110
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Tofu & Baby Leaf Salad With Rockstar

1/19/20110
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SNTV - Latest Celebrity Gossip Including Rumer Willis' Image Control On Twitter

Link: All the hot Hollywood gossip including Jessica Simpson's vegan cooking lessons, Rumer Willis' Twitter image control, Christina Aguilera's Superbowl national anthem, Ryan Gosling streaking and Natalie Portman's superstitions about being pregnant.
1/17/20110
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SNTV - Sting's marriage secrets revealed in this week's celebrity couples news

Link: Sting and wife Trudie disappoint fans by revealing they are not as kinky as the world thinks, while Camille Grammar put aside her financial feud that's holding up divorce proceedings with Kelsey Grammar in this week's celebrity couples news.
1/17/20110
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SNTV - A bruised and bloodied RPattz

Link: Robert Pattinson caught on set after filming a scene which left the Twilight hunk battered and bloody
1/17/20110
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SNTV - Sandra's single

Link: Sandra Bullock says she's not dating Ryan Reynolds and is still single.
1/17/20110
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SNTV - Intimate Glimpse Into Twilight's Breaking Dawn

Link: It's safe to say that Kristen Stewart is on Team Edward, and this intimate glimpse into the world of Breaking Dawn is something Twi-hards are dying to sink their fangs into.
1/17/20110
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Sometimes, finding love at work is not always a good thing.

Meet Gay Professionals from MeetGayProfessionals.com on Vimeo.
1/17/20110
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SNTV - Courteney Cox opens up

Link: Courteney Cox surprises fans by slowly opening up about her recently tumultuous private life.
1/15/20110
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What's my secret?

Find Out!!!!
1/15/201142 minutes, 48 seconds
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SNTV - Celeb says what?

Link: Celebrities say the funniest thing. Most of the time it's when our cameras are on.
1/14/20110
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SNTV - Natalie Portman strips for Dior

Link: Natalie Portman strips down for her new ad for Miss Dior Cherie.
1/14/20110
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SNTV - Bieber Taken To Hospital

Link: Justin Bieber takes the breath away from thousands of teenage fans during every performance, but it was the pop sensation himself who recently had to rush to the hospital because he couldn't breathe.
1/14/20110
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SNTV - Paris heads back to TV

Link: In case you missed her, Paris Hilton will be heading back for a reality show that she promises fans will show them the "real" Paris Hilton
1/14/20110
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SNTV - Kim Kardashian's sexy tweet

Link: Kim Kardashian tweets her sexiest photo yet!
1/14/20110
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SNTV - Lily Allen's twitter war

Link: Lily Allen and Piers Morgan go head-to-head on the social networking site
1/14/20110
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How to Convince Your Boss to Give You Martin Luther King Day Off

How to Convince Your Boss to Give You Martin Luther King Day Off on Howcast
1/14/20110
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Who R U With, Bitch?

Why let a bitch pick you? This podcast can safe your life!
1/12/201129 minutes, 1 second
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Suspect in Arizona shooting held without bail - SICK

PHOENIX - The nation got its first look on Monday at the 22-year-old loner accused of trying to assassinate Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Jared Loughner, head shaved, a cut above the right temple and his hands cuffed, scanned a packed courtroom and sat down. His attorney, who defended Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and ``Unabomber'' Ted Kaczynski, whispered to him. The judge asked Loughner if he understood that he could get life in prison - or the death penalty - for killing federal Judge John Roll, one of the six who died in the shooting rampage at Giffords' meeting with constituents on Saturday in Tucson. ``Yes,'' he said, standing at a lecturn in his beige prison jumpsuit. A U.S. marshal stood guard nearby. The judge ordered Loughner held without bail. Throngs of reporters and television news crews lined up outside the federal courthouse, where the hearing was moved from Tucson because Roll was a longtime judge at the federal courthouse there. Hours earlier, the nation observed a moment of silence for the victims of the rampage, from the South Lawn of the White House and the steps of the U.S. Capitol to legislature beyond Arizona and the International Space Station. There, Giffords' brother-in-law, Scott, the commanding officer, spoke over the radio. Flight controllers in Houston fell silent. ``As I look out the window, I see a very beautiful planet that seems very inviting and peaceful,'' he said. ``Unfortunately, it is not.'' ``These days, we are constantly reminded of the unspeakable acts of violence and damage we can inflict upon one another, not just with our actions, but also with our irresponsible words,'' he said. ``We're better than this,'' he said. ``We must do better.'' On a frigid morning outside the White House, President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama stood side by side, each with their hands clasped, heads bowed and eyes closed. On the steps of the U.S. Capitol, congressional staff and other employees did the same. At the Supreme Court, the justices paused for a moment of silence between the two cases they were hearing Monday morning. Arizona's chief federal judge, John Roll, was killed in the attack. The president called for the country to come together in prayer or reflection for those killed and those fighting to recover. ``In the coming days we're going to have a lot of time to reflect,'' he said. ``Right now the main thing we're doing is to offer our thoughts and prayers to those who've been impacted, making sure we're joining together and pulling together as a country.'' In total, 19 people were shot in the rampage outside a supermarket where Giffords held here meeting. Giffords was shot in the head, and remains in intensive care. Among the six people killed were a 9-year-old girl who was born on the day of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and was interested in public service, as well as one of Giffords' aides. Loughner was tackled to the ground minutes after the shooting began, authorities said. He has been silent every since.
1/10/20110
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The Sarah & Katie Show

Why Sarah and Katie should be friends?
1/10/201116 minutes, 4 seconds
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SNTV - Katie & The Kennedys canceled

Link: Katie Holmes' latest project, The Kennedys is cancelled before it even airs.
1/10/20110
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SNTV - Celeb says what?

Link: Celebs say the funniest things. Most of the time it's when our cameras are on.
1/10/20110
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SNTV - Celebrity gossip

Link: All the latest news in Hollywood.
1/10/20110
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Sarah Is A Terrorist?

I told you so.  Can we just get along?
1/9/201124 minutes, 39 seconds
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This Weekend

OMG.  Party of the weekend. 
1/9/201129 minutes, 45 seconds
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Let's Talk About Sex

Let's Talk About SexBy Jillian Eugenios From Curve Magazine Let’s talk about sex, baby. Or, about how women don’t seem to be talking about it—at least not to our friends at The Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University. The researchers have been collecting data for the largest contemporary examination of how women have sex with women but numbers have been dragging. They have conducted similar surveys with heterosexual groups and gay men, whose community response numbers have been 30,000 and 23,000, respectively. The lesbians? Lagging behind at 1,300 globally. Ladies, we can do better than that.The researchers are a passionate team looking to really understand how women relate to one another sexually. The information learned from the study will be used by sexual educators to promote pleasure, as well as by medical professionals looking to help women identify ways to protectthemselves from risks. All this info will hopefully lead to safer and happier sex for our community.As the Indiana researchers have pointed out, current knowledge of sexual pleasure and risk between women is largely based on either heterosexual models of sex or on information gathered from relatively small groups of women. Let’s change that.To participate and learn more about the survey click at womenshealth.iu.edu. The survey takes 20 minutes, it’s anonymous, and in the end you get a coupon for 20 percent off a purchase at earlytobed.com.Win, win.
1/6/20110
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SNTV - Is Christina Aguilera Facing Another Dud?

Link: All the latest celebrity gossip as Christina Aguilera is reportedly facing another dud with her movie leading Razzie Award nominations, while Mariah Carey is showered with gifts, Mickey Rourke loses some teeth, Kim Kardashian is making an impression on her nephew Mason, and Toni Braxton may pose for Playboy.
1/6/20110
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SNTV - Britney Spears' hair repair

Link: Britney Spears is reportedly set to fix her mangled mane just days after we spot her covering her locks with an unsightly head wrap.
1/6/20110
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SNTV - Taylor Swift And Jake Gyllenhaal Break Up

Link: Was Taylor Swift too popular for Jake Gyllenhaal? That's reportedly the reason why the 30-year-old actor decided to end his relationship with 21-year-old country singer, Taylor Swift.
1/6/20110
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5 Days & U Will B A Superstar

Listen to this podcast and u will be a superstar in 5 days.  
1/5/201138 minutes, 8 seconds
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Aliá Leigh de luchar por Pi, LLC - <br>Entrevistado por Gullickson Glenn de Echo Magazine

PHOENIX, AZ - (Marketwire - 5 de enero de 2011) - En la entrevista con larevista Eco, Aliya Leigh menciona cómo llegó a sus padres y las consecuencias que ella sufrió de ellos y su religión de la infancia. Aliá Leigh concedió una entrevista acerca de Dios y su sexualidad.Como un niño, se crió un testigo de Jehová, pero sabía que era gay. Sabiendo esto, ella trató de suicidarse porque sabía que su sexualidad era una enfermedad de los ojos de Dios. Durante años, ella negó su sexualidad y trató de obedecer sus principios bíblicos. Durante estos años, se sintió como un zombi caminando en la sociedad. Con la ayuda de sus amigos, ella fue capaz de aceptar a sí misma y su sexualidad - la manera en que Dios la hizo. Aliá Leigh es un portavoz de los adolescentes que forman parte de lacomunidad GLBT y trata de ayudarle en todo lo que pueda. Ella sabe lo que está pasando y no quiero que sufran como ella lo hizo cuando era adolescente. El artículo aparecerá en la edición del 06 de enero de Echo Magazine. ###Aliá Leigh trabaja como productor, escritor, editor y presentador de su propio podcast titulado "Lesbianas Vida." El podcast está en línea sobre asuntos actuales sucediendo y que afectan a la comunidad de lesbianas a nivel mundial. Aliá escribe y edita guiones de cine y televisión, así como de terror suspenso jóvenes adultos, y las novelas de suspense. Ella es una diseñadora de skate para la línea de rompecabezas de mí. Aliá Leigh posee esfuerzos por la Pi, LLC, que es una compañía de producción y publicación. La lucha por Pi, los recursos LLC se dedica a las películas independientes, muestra web y novelas gráficas. Ella es miembro del consejo de la Unión de Escritores Nacional, en el Consejo de Administración de AZWIT y miembro activo de la ASCAP.Aliá Leigh Phone: (520) 405-2724 Email [email protected]
1/5/20110
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Aliya Leigh of Striving For Pi, LLC -- <br>Interviewed by Glenn Gullickson of Echo Magazine

Aliya Leigh Is Recognized as a Spokesperson for the GLBT Youth   PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - January 5, 2011) - In the interview with Echo Magazine,  Aliya Leigh mentions how she came out to her parents and the consequences she suffered from them and her childhood religion. Aliya Leigh gave an interview about God and her sexuality. As a child, she was raised a Jehovah's Witness, but knew she was gay. Knowing this, she tried to commit suicide because she knew her sexuality was a sickness in God's eyes. For years, she denied her sexuality and tried to obey her bible principles. During these years, she felt like a zombie walking in society. With the help from friends, she was able to accept herself and her sexuality -- the way God made her. Aliya Leigh is a spokesperson for teenagers who are part of the GLBT community and tries to help them in any way she can. She knows what they are going through and doesn't want them to suffer like she did as a teenager. The article will be featured in the January 6 edition of Echo Magazine. ### Aliya Leigh works as a producer, writer, editor and host of her own podcast entitled "Lesbian Life." The online podcast is about current affairs happening and affecting the lesbian community globally. Aliya writes and edits film and television scripts, as well as young adult horror, suspense and thriller novels. She is a skateboard designer for the Puzzle Me line. Aliya Leigh owns Striving For Pi, LLC; which is a Production and Publishing company. Striving For Pi, LLC resources will be dedicated to independent films, web shows and graphic novels. She is a trustee of the National Writer's Union, on the Board of Directors of AZWIT and an active member of ASCAP. Email: [email protected] Phone: (520) 405-2724
1/5/20110
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SNTV - Even Justin Bieber's got problems

Link: Justin Bieber admits he's an insomniac during an interview for February's Vanity Fair.
1/5/20110
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SNTV - More Trouble For Lindsay

Link: Police say Lindsay Lohan did, in fact, commit battery at the Betty Ford Center.
1/5/20110
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SNTV - Curvy Chloe Sevigny's bikini malfunction

Link: A close call for Chloe Sevigny as she enjoys New Years Day in Florida
1/5/20110
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SNTV - The fox is off the prowl

Link: Vivica A. Fox and boyfriend Omar "Slim" White are engaged.
1/5/20110
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SNTV - Demi Moore sizzles in bikini

Link: Demi Moore showed off her amazing bikini body in St Barts.
1/5/20110
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Women Are Gods

What do you think? 
1/4/201132 minutes, 26 seconds
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Stupid People ague the bible rev

Why Gays and Lesbians Should Never Argue Scripture, by Rev. Candace Chellew-Hodge. I believe, this Rev is very mis-guided! I can't believe, she is GAY!!!
1/3/20111 hour, 46 seconds
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Why Gays and Lesbians Should Never Argue Scripture

"When are you going to talk about scripture that condemns homosexuality?" By Rev. Candance Chellew-Hodge The question came from a young woman who attended a workshop based on my book Bulletproof Faith: A Spiritual Survival Guide for Gay and Lesbian Christians. This particular workshop was held a couple of years ago on a college campus and attracted a cross-section of students who were both supporters and detractors of homosexuality. This question is usually asked by a pro-gay person who wants to know how to answer challengers who quote scripture. This woman was different -- she had come for an argument and intended to challenge me with anti-gay interpretations of scripture. "We're not going to talk about those passages specifically," I told her. "Instead, part of this workshop is on why we should never argue scripture with anyone ever again." She was visibly disappointed and left halfway through the workshop. I now realize that I should have given her a more in-depth answer to her question, because there are still plenty of people, both for and against homosexuality, who insist on arguing about what the Bible does and does not say about homosexuality. There are several reasons that gays and lesbians should never argue scripture. First, it's pointless and nobody wins. Those who are anti-gay have their authorities and scriptural interpretations and so do pro-gay people. No one wins a "they said, they said" argument because no one will believe the scholars from either side no matter what argument anyone makes. Secondly, arguing over scripture just hardens the opinions of both sides. Neither side is willing to give an inch. This is not a true dialogue, it's simply a contest of who can argue the longest, and usually the loudest. No one is convinced, and everyone leaves further entrenched in their own ideas, and usually angry. No education happens, and little, if any, compassion ever happens. Thirdly, the arguers on either side never share the same starting point on scripture. Those who are anti-gay are more likely to see the Bible as the infallible "Word of God" -- which means the words literally dripped from the lips of God through the pens of the scribes and onto the page. Each jot and tittle is God-breathed and never to be contradicted. (Never mind that much of the Bible is full of contradictions and much of it we disregard with impunity these days. Those sorts of inconveniences never actually apply to the argument around homosexuality.) Those who argue from the pro-gay side are generally those who see the Bible as inspired by God, but not the literal, infallible words of God. This means they are more open to different interpretations and approaches to scripture. Those who see the Bible as "God's literal word" only know one way to read any passage, and it's usually to back up their current beliefs about God, homosexuality or any other issue. The most important reason, however, that gays and lesbians should never, ever argue about scripture is because the Bible has nothing much to say about homosexuality. We have to remember that this is an ancient book. It was written at a time when people believed the world was flat and that the earth was in the middle of a three-tiered world with heaven above and hell below. It was written at a time when people believed that the whole of human reproduction was held in the sperm of a man and a woman was merely an incubator. Speaking of women, this was a time when they were seen as chattel -- property to be passed along from father to husband, from husband to brother and so on. It was written at a time when slavery was seen as God-ordained and animal sacrifice was the way to cleanse sins. In short, we cannot extract modern ideas from an ancient book. The writers of the Bible no more understood homosexuality than they understood that a spherical Earth orbited the sun. At most, we have a commentary on same-sex sexual behavior involving lust and abuse, but nothing -- pro or con -- about the modern concept of sexual orientation. We don't take the Bible's word for it that the earth is flat and women only incubate babies and contribute nothing else to the process. Why on earth would we take it as an authority on sexual orientation? The Bible remains a holy book because it maps humanity's journey with God, and not the other way around. Because it maps our journey with God, it maps our evolving understanding of how the Holy works in this world. Humanity has moved from seeing God as a harsh judge and lawmaker to a seeing God as full of grace, mercy and love. We don't learn about God by pulling out tiny details of the book and proclaiming them as true for all time. Instead, the Bible puts us in touch with God when we recognize its overarching message, which can be summarized by 1 John 4:7-8: "Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God; everyone who loves is born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, for God is love." The reason gays and lesbians should never argue over scripture is because, not only does scripture not condemn homosexuality, arguing over it produces nothing but strife, division and hatred. Anything that does not promote love is not of God. Instead of arguing, let us love one another, even those with whom we disagree. This is God's message to us. Nothing else matters.
1/3/20110
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Kanye West Graphic 'Monster' Video Watch Here

1/1/20110
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10 hangover remedies: What works?

By Anne Harding, Health.com (Health.com) -- Prevention is the best cure for a hangover. The only way to avoid a pounding head and queasiness the morning after is to drink in moderation, or to stay away from alcohol entirely. But with all sorts of seasonal celebrations going on, it's easy to overindulge. Alternating your drinks with water or another nonalcoholic beverage can help you slow down and stay hydrated. If you still wind up with a hangover, you may be inclined to try one of the many supposedly tried-and-true remedies that have been passed down through the ages. Don't get your hopes up. Traditional hangover remedies are often ineffective, and some of them may actually make you feel worse. Hair of the dog Even though the thought of a Bloody Mary may appeal to you, a Virgin Mary is a much better choice the morning after. "The worst thing to do is to have another drink," says Charles Cutler, M.D., an internist in Norristown, Pennsylvania, and the chair of the American College of Physician's board of governors. The alcohol may temporarily take the edge off your symptoms but could hurt in the long run. Hangovers make you feel horrible because alcohol is toxic, Cutler explains, and you need to give your body a chance to recover. That morning drink could lead to an even worse hangover the following day. Greasy breakfast There's no scientific evidence that a heaping helping of bacon and eggs will ease hangover anguish, although many people swear by it. "Greasy food is just going to give you heartburn," says Cutler, who recommends sticking with easy-to-digest foods such as toast or cereal. "You want to get calories right back into your system." Eat light and stay hydrated, agrees John Brick, Ph.D., an alcohol research scientist and author of "The Doctor's Hangover Handbook." "No specific foods are recommended, although honey sandwiches are helpful to some people," Brick says. "[They're] easy to eat and digest." Health.com: Surprising heartburn triggers Alka-Seltzer Alka-Seltzer turns 80 in 2011, and the famous fizzy medicine has probably been used to treat hangovers for nearly that long. In 2001, the company even introduced a Morning Relief formulation specifically for hangovers. All Alka-Seltzer varieties contain sodium bicarbonate (also known as baking soda), which will help settle a queasy belly by neutralizing stomach acid. But other ingredients, notably aspirin and citric acid, may irritate your stomach after a night of heavy drinking. Aspirin or ibuprofen Over-the-counter painkillers can certainly help ease hangover headaches and the aches and pains you may feel elsewhere in your body after a night of heavy drinking. But choose carefully. If you're a regular heavy drinker, you may have done some damage to the lining of your stomach, and taking aspirin or ibuprofen (such as Advil) can worsen this damage and even cause bleeding, Dr. Cutler warns. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is also risky for habitual drinkers, due to the potential for liver damage. Check with your doctor about a painkiller that's right for you. Health.com: Being choosy about booze helps avoid hangover (to a point) Hangover pills There are lots of products out there that claim to prevent or cure hangovers -- such as Chaser, PreToxx, and RU 21 -- but there is very little scientific evidence that they will make you feel any better. "Hangover pills that have been studied are not effective, or only help against a few complaints...but not all," says Joris C. Verster, Ph.D., an assistant professor of psychopharmacology at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, who studies hangovers. A 2005 review article in the journal "BMJ" identified eight peer-reviewed, placebo-controlled studies of hangover remedies, and concluded that "no compelling evidence exists" to support their use. "What's in them either doesn't work, or if it has any benefit, you could buy it generically for probably a third of the price," says Cutler. He suggests taking a multivitamin instead to restore the nutrients your body may have lost during a binge. Coffee If you're a regular coffee drinker, skipping the java when you're hung over may -- or may not be -- a good idea, Brick says. You may wind up layering a pounding caffeine-withdrawal headache on top of your hangover woes if you miss your morning fix. That said, caffeine narrows your blood vessels and boosts blood pressure. "Both of these may make the hangover worse," Brick says. "If you drink coffee regularly, you might try a very small amount in the morning. Wait 30 to 60 minutes and see how you feel." Health.com: Coffee: Is it healthier than you think? Water and sports drinks Conventional wisdom holds that the dehydration caused by heavy drinking is what makes you feel so bad the next day. In fact, experts actually know very little about what causes a hangover. Potential culprits include disrupted biological rhythms or even alcohol withdrawal, and research suggests that congeners -- toxic substances found in alcohol, especially dark liquors such as whiskey -- may also play a role. Nevertheless, replacing the fluid you've lost will likely help you feel a little less miserable. "Juice, water, Gatorade, all those things -- they're going to make you feel better," says Cutler. Exercise A gentle workout might help you feel better, if you can manage it. (That's a big if.) "Remember: If you've been drinking heavily, you could be a little dehydrated, you could be metabolically behind on your nutrition, and exercise is going to require hydration and nutrition," Cutler says. "Exercise is always the right thing to do, but I don't think [on] the morning you wake up with a hangover, exercise is what you need." What you really need is rest, he adds. Health.com: Cold or flu? How to know if you're too sick to work out Sauna Think you can "sweat out" the alcohol and other toxins you may have consumed during a night of partying? Think again. A sauna can cause potentially dangerous blood vessel and blood flow changes in your body. "The last thing you need is to disrupt the normal blood flow patterns by extreme heat," Cutler says. If you're already somewhat dehydrated, excessive sweating can be harmful, and even deadly. Researchers from the Finnish State Alcohol Company's Research Laboratories in Helsinki warn that sauna bathing while hung over carries "real health risks," including dangerous drops in blood pressure and abnormal heart rhythms. Sleep People sleep poorly after a night of drinking. Alcohol will put you to sleep quickly, but when it begins to wear off several hours later, the withdrawal your body feels can disrupt sleep and jolt you awake. While sleep deprivation won't by itself cause a hangover, it can definitely make the symptoms worse. Health.com: 7 tips for the best sleep ever If you have the luxury of "sleeping it off" the next day, do so. Your foggy brain and achy body will thank you. "The body's got an amazing capacity to heal on its own," says Cutler. In the end, the only surefire treatment for a hangover is time. Copyright Health Magazine 2010 Links referenced within this article Health.com http://www.health.com Health.com: Surprising heartburn triggers http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20307301,00.html?cnn=yes Health.com: Being choosy about booze helps avoid hangover (to a point) http://www.health.com/health/article/0,,20410535,00.html?cnn=yes Health.com: Coffee: Is it healthier than you think? http://www.health.com/health/article/0,,20410507,00.html?cnn=yes Health.com: Cold or flu? How to know if you're too sick to work out http://www.health.com/health/condition-article/0,,20257420,00.html?cnn=yes Health.com: 7 tips for the best sleep ever http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20407230,00.html?cnn=yes Health Magazine http://www.health.com/ Find this article at: http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/12/30/hangover.remedies/?hpt=Sbin
1/1/20110
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'No Anorexia' Model Isabelle Caro Dies at 28

Isabelle Caro, a French actress and model whose emaciated image appeared in a shock Italian ad campaign and whose anorexia and career were followed by others suffering from eating disorders, has died at the age of 28. Her longtime acting instructor, Daniele Dubreuil-Prevot, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Caro died on Nov. 17 after returning to France from a job in Tokyo. Dubreuil-Prevot said she did not know the cause of death but that Caro "had been sick for a long time," referring to her anorexia. Caro was featured in an ad campaign by Italian photographer Oliviero Toscani in 2007 for an Italian fashion house. Under the headline "No Anorexia," images across newspapers and billboards showed Caro naked, vertebrae and facial bones protruding. In later interviews, she said she weighed about 27 kilograms, or 59 pounds, when the photos were taken. Caro said on her blog and in interviews that she had suffered from anorexia since she was 13. She wrote a book published in France in 2008 titled "The Little Girl Who Didn't Want to Get Fat." The Italian ad campaign came as the fashion industry came under an unusually bright spotlight about anorexia, after a 21-year-old Brazilian model died from the eating disorder. Her agent, Sylvie Fabregon, told AP that it was intended "to show what it is like to be anorexic." Some groups working with anorexics warned, however, that it did a disservice to those afflicted with the disorder. Images of Caro appeared on so-called pro-ana, or pro-anorexia websites. On Wednesday, one posted a notice about her death and a photo of her, large blue-green eyes peering over a child-size upper arm, with the caption, "die young, stay pretty." Her life and death drew other kinds of followers, as well. Swiss singer Vincent Bigler and Caro had been working on a video for a song he wrote about anorexia called "J'ai fin," a wordplay in French that means roughly "I am the end" but is pronounced identically to "I am hungry." Bigler said he penned the song after being so moved and worried by seeing Caro on television, and meant the lyrics to focus on hope and healing. Caro "left me with many images, and much hope," he said by telephone, describing her different moods and ideas as they worked on the project together. Caro herself spoke out about her anorexia and her efforts to recover, and the menace of eating disorders on the fashion industry. Her acting instructor described years in and out of hospitals. Her death and her illness "are an absolute waste," Dubreuil-Prevot said. Caro's Facebook page says she was born Sept. 12, 1982. She took violin lessons and then acting lessons in Nantes and Versailles, according to Dubreuil-Prevot. The Italian ad campaign gained Caro widespread attention in media in countries around Europe and in the United States. She subsequently served as a member of the jury on Top Model France, and worked periodically as a film and television actress. Caro's father alerted a few close friends at the time of her death, and a funeral service was held in Paris, according to Dubreuil-Prevot. Her family could not be reached for comment Wednesday. In one online video, Caro ends with words of advice for aspiring models: "Believe in life." Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2010/12/30/anorexia-model-isabelle-caro-dies/#ixzz19csNkIlb
12/30/20100
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SNTV - It's a boy for Elton John

Link: Elton John and David Furnish announce the birth of their son Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish via a surrogate on Christmas morning.
12/28/20100
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United With 1 Step

A child (Ruby Bridges) changed the world forever, can you do that? Being united in one thing, staying united is another issue. But, we all need to be united, not just one race or one culture, but as a human race made up of Black, White, Yellow, Red, Mixed, African, Asian, UK, US, India, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Adult, Child, Gay and Straight. We are all ONE Family, if you like it or not. So, why put down your brother or sister, mother or father? My kill your own brother or sister, mother or father? Why hate your own brother or sister, mother or father? So let us all be Ruby Bridges for a day and united the human race with a step in the right direction.
12/27/201055 minutes, 47 seconds
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SNTV - Celebrity plans for 2011

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12/27/20100
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SNTV - Celebrity weddings of 2010

Link: From the most talked about weddings of 2010, to the ones that shocked even us…check out which celeb power couples walked down the aisle this year.
12/27/20100
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SNTV - Katy Perry reveals Russell Brand's spiritual side

Link: Katy Perry has insisted that husband Russell Brand is now 'a man of God'. She said that the British comedian has matured so much that he wants to use his experiences to help others.
12/27/20100
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Be bless for what you have

12/25/20100
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SNTV - Bieber fuels Gomez romance rumors

Link: Justin Bieber is adding fuel to the fire about rumors of a romance with Selena Gomez in a cryptic new interview.
12/24/20100
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SNTV - Celebrity couples news

Link: Baby joy for David Schwimmer, Fergie and Josh Duhamal head for a Midwest holiday, Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise happier than ever.
12/24/20100
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SNTV - Madonna warned off younger men

Link: Madonna warned off younger men and Gwyneth Paltrow dishes on her time with Brad Pitt in today's celebrity gossip.
12/24/20100
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SNTV - Celeb says what?

Link: Celebrities say the funniest things. Most of the time it's when our cameras are on.
12/24/20100
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NTV - The Hiltons Head To Maui

Link: The Hiltons are here today, but gone to Maui. Paris, Nicky and the rest of the family took off to the Hawaiian island for some relaxation and sun over the holiday season.
12/24/20100
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Having A Purpose

Do you have a purpose in your life?
12/23/201050 minutes, 51 seconds
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SNTV - George's Xmas present

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12/23/20100
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SNTV - Ozzy's sick of Gaga

Link: Ozzy Osbourne is sick of Lady Gaga, calling her overexposed.
12/23/20100
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SNTV - Latest celebrity gossip

Link: All the latest celebrity news and gossip.
12/23/20100
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8 Myths About Women's Bodies Debunked

By Jenny Block 1. Myth: The clitoris is a magic arousal button. Truth: While the clitoris IS crucial to most women's arousal and orgasm, every woman has different preferences regarding its stimulation. It's not a doorbell, and you can't just push it to be let inside! (Fun clitoral fact: The clitoris is not just that little organ you can find at the top of a woman's vulva -- it extends into her body like a wishbone, with legs at least 2 inches long, and all of it can be erotically sensitive because it becomes engorged and erect when aroused). 2. Myth: There's no such thing as a G-spot. Truth: The Grafenberg Spot (named after Dr. Ernst Grafenberg) does exist, and it is comparable to a man's prostate. It's glandular tissue that surrounds the urethra and in some percentage of women it is indeed sexually sensitive, especially to pressure. 3. Myth: Every woman has a G-spot and should find it, or she won't have optimal sex. Truth: The truth is while every woman does indeed have a G-spot, not every woman loves G-spot stimulation. For some, it's “Wow!;” for others, “Ehh;” and for still others it can actively feel irritating -- not a sensation to pursue for long, much less add to your repertoire. Plus, if she's not turned on when you get started, it's not likely to feel sexy. 4. Myth: Nipple stimulation is a must for getting a woman aroused Truth: Some women LOVE nipple stroking, licking and sucking, and some can even orgasm this way. But other women really don't care for it at all, especially when you twist them like radio dials. You're not trying to get a signal from outer sp