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Your Contribution Can Make a Difference! [Dec. 14th, 2006|01:41 am]
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[mood |gratefulgrateful]

I'm posting here because I truly believe that together we can make a difference to the quality of our lives and the world around us!

"No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind" - Napoleon Hill

Our goals, intentions, desires, and dreams can manifest easily and gracefully through the alliance of two or more people joining together in the spirit of clarity, contribution, gratitude, joy and serenity.

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the disgruntled queer life is... [Nov. 20th, 2006|08:52 pm]
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Having the one teacher advisor that actually cared aout your school's Gay/Straight Alliance retire and not having another teacher that was willing to pick up the slack. So instead our school gets "Diversity" (::grimance::). I don't have the time to go through hours upon hours of training required for this program and I don't want to end up preaching acceptance to my homophobic classmates. Go figure.
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emo lesbian life is... [Nov. 8th, 2006|12:43 pm]
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...having a crush on a girl who i thought i had no chance with, and finding out that she is into me..

but knowing it can't happen, because i got mixed up with one of her best friends and she doesn't know.

Now she wants to talk, and I don't know what to tell her.

The last thing i want to do is screw up our friendships... but it is breaking my heart.
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Grumpy Genderqueer Exsistance [Nov. 8th, 2006|10:08 am]
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[mood |scaredscared]

So I met this guy, and we really hit it off and he wants to be friends with me, which is awesome, because I don't have a lot of guy friends, paticularily straight guy friends. And it's awesome, we're both nerds, we talk about our girlfriends and have lots of fun. Thing is he thinks I'm a guy. Which is great, because I kind of identify as a guy. Some times. But, I also identify as a girl. Some times. Problem I have is that, for all my, apparently successful effort, I still usually look like a girl, because that's what I was born as. And I don't know this guy too well, and I am utterly, utterly petrfied that he will find out that I'm genetically female and hate me. Or hurt me. Or something. It's scary.

I don't like this. I don't like being scared of something so stupid. But I know that bad things could happen to me for trying to be something that I'm not but that I am. Gah. This is just aggravating.
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Emo bi life is... [Nov. 7th, 2006|07:47 pm]
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...being okay in knowing I can't have her (or at least progressing steadily towards that) and then reading this in her ex-boyfriend's (who she's broken up with only because he's overseas and they fully expect to be back together as soon as he's back) livejournal: "She'll still have the softest lips I've ever kissed."  And knowing that, if we hadn't been separated by so many miles the night we talked and she said she would kiss me, I'd be able to say that, too. 
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(no subject) [Nov. 5th, 2006|12:46 am]
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[mood |crappycrappy]
[music |Undiscovered x Ashlee Simpson]

So a few days ago you guys might remember me posting an entry about a boy who I thought might like me.....well he doesn't. He has a girlfriend. I saw them together at the football game on Friday night. I wanted to die. Life sucks.
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Emo bi life... [Nov. 2nd, 2006|03:57 pm]
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[mood |sadbetrayed]

*just needs to say this somewhere to anyone*

I fell really hard for my best friend a while back and she knew it and she even led me on for a while while she was questioning her own sexuality, then decided that she was without a doubt straight and I got crushed by it.  It's been a rough couple of months since then, bouncing back and fixing our friendship...I still like her and she knows it, but we're still best friends and as close as ever. 
But I was talking to her and all of a sudden she said, "Did I tell you I lost my girl-kissing virginity at my party?" and proceeds to explain how she, at her party, ended up being kissed by another girl. 

*some small part of self just withers away and dies*
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Emo gay life is... [Oct. 30th, 2006|03:55 am]
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[mood |pensivewaiting]

Waiting for him to tell me whether we're officially a couple.

And waiting.

And waiting.

And waiting.

And waiting.

And waiting...
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(no subject) [Oct. 27th, 2006|08:39 pm]
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[music |Furthest Drive Home]

I'm Lucyisabelle. I'm from England, but it's nothing to brag about. I'm thirteen.
I'm bi. I've been in a relationship with two girls and zero guys. I currently am liking this guy, though. But he is really quite feminine. I used to be a lesbian until I met this guy.
Can anyone give me any coming out tips?

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(no subject) [Oct. 28th, 2006|02:12 am]
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[mood |confusedconfused]
[music |Modern Romance x Yeah Yeah Yeahs]

Hey everyone. I'm Tom and I'm new to this group and I kinda have a problem that I need help with. First let me say that I'm 18 years old and a senior in high school.

So there's this boy in my Astronomy class and I really like him. He winks at me alot and kinda flirts with me but idk if he really likes me or if he's just effing with my head. I really like him and I hope he likes me too but I'm confused.


Thank you

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