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This is just A STORY NOT REAL. it is intended for entertainment only. In no way possible..is the storyline legal in real life and i do not suggest breaking any laws. Again, this should never happen between a student and their teacher.


Living in a big city was difficult. Way too many people...way to many gossip and rumor spreaders. My secret life was slowly suffercating inside my closet. She was screaming "LET ME OUT IDIOT" so much my ears ached. Moving was exciting. A small town..more room to just...explore. I was hoping for a new beginning and...
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If you're a người hâm mộ of classic Hollywood actors, there's a good chance that you've heard of Vincent Price. If bạn haven't, I highly recommend looking him up, because he's one of the greatest actors of all time. Vincent Price was a legendary actor that starred in several films that are often classified as horror films, but unlike most horror, most of them aren't as gory, graphic and unpleasant as bạn might expect them to be. I came to know Vincent Price, because of The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. In that version of Scooby-Doo, Vincent Price had a recurring role as Vincent van Ghoul.

However, the thing...
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posted by Dragonclaws
 An image from "Weird Al" Yankovic's âm nhạc video Virus Alert.
An image from "Weird Al" Yankovic's music video Virus Alert.
A lot of people on the Internet are link. That is, there is a lot of homophobia on the nets. Some of it’s trollish, but a lot of the time it’s from people being purely honest in their anti-homosexuality. For a lot of them, I get the idea that the communication based entirely in text causes them to forget the kind of tact they would otherwise employ in a face to face conversation. Admittedly other homophobes are intelligent and write carefully written and basically civil arguments, but they all tend to follow certain trends that are often as flawed as the little trolls. I’ll cover some...
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Hey,yesterday I found out that I am Bi-Sexual and I told my best friend and she was totally fine with it.I'm thinking about telling my mom sometime soon.
I wrote this bài viết to help anyone who isn't sure hoặc needs someone to talk to about their problems.I AM BI-SEXUAL AND I'M PROUD OF IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So anyone who needs someone to talk to go see my page and leave me a message.
I also have a hotmail but im under sanny_rocks26 so leave me a messeage hoặc email.
posted by Spotty_Vision21
Well, I know I have been coming out as a lesbian here for several months now. Honestly, I didn't even consider bisexuality. I was still figuring it out. I'm not taking it back hoặc anything. Okay, let me explain.

I "realized" I was a lesbian last January. I was totally into girls. But I was wondering - I'd had a couple crushes on guys. A few weeks cách đây I realized I'd made a mistake - I was bi.

I go through a spectrum, I realize. Like right now, I'm like 70% into girls, 30% into guys. But it shifts around a lot. That's where I though I was lesbian and such.

Just to let everyone know, I did make a mistake. Good luck to bạn all!
There's no denying the fact that LGBT representation in được ưa chuộng media is lacking. Although this can be attributed to several different complex societal factors, one troubling and reoccurring symptom of this homophobia is TV and movie studios preventing the inclusion of an LGB character, despite the fact that the creators/scriptwriters specifically envision the characters as LGB. Here are 5 examples of this depressing bigotry.

Note: This only includes LGB because I don't know of studios blocking any characters from being transgender. Not saying that this hasn't happened before, just that I don't...
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What’s got Jared Leto starting fires these days?

Gay marriage.

The actor-musician is helping raise money for gay rights group FAIR bởi taking part in an online auction of celebrity-signed prints of artist Shepard Fairey’s “Defend Equality tình yêu Unites,” a poster in support of gay marriage.

But Leto did thêm than just doodle his autograph…

After nghề viết văn out the actual language of the Proposition 8 ballot initiative on the back of his Fairey print, he burned it and placed the ashes in a clear glass urn with the inscription, “Here lies within, the remains of Proposition 8, may it rest in peace.” Then he signed, dated and topped it with a red ribbon.
posted by Dragonclaws
iTunes has various collections of songs for sale that fit certain genres. One of these genres is gay pride. They have “Gay Pride Month”, “Gay Pride: Boys” and its sequel, and “Gay Pride: Girls” and its sequel. These all have different descriptions, with “Gay Pride Month” recommending various singers and promising a rocking Pride Month, “Gay Pride: Boys” talking about progress and suggesting a couple songs while suggesting items in the playlist would be good for a “pride party (or gay wedding!)”, “Gay Pride: Boys 2” highlighting various songs and promising “sultry...
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posted by Heroine999
Anti-LGBTs always have a nguồn for their hatred towards LGBTs.Here are the main reasons:

1.)They read the Bible and see that it says "Homosexuality is a sin".

2.)They might have been molested,raped or/& sexually abused bởi a LGBT.

3.)They are in the closet LGBTs.

4.)They are afraid of LGBTs because they think they are unnatural,diesesed &/or unnatural.

5.)They were raised to hate LGBTs.

As bạn see, theses are easy to argrue over.Here the agruements:
1.)A bunch of things in the Bible say things are sins but they don't follow em so it proves that they are
hyprocites.Exs:Women are property,slavery...
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Okay, this is seriously starting to get on my nerves.

People will say that being gay is wrong, hoặc that it's not they who hate gays, but God who hates gays. I think this is pretty outrageous.

I myself am not Christian, but let me tell you, I do not know of a single other religion who has anything against gay people (besides Naziism, but that is a political party, not a religion, and not too many people are a người hâm mộ of theirs anymore). But I did learn about the Christian religion in my Global History class at school (historically, not religiously. We did all different religions). Guess what? It is...
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So if bạn really know me in here bạn have most llikely heard of me talk about my teacher who i absouletly adore and tình yêu because she is my role model. Well about 4 weeks cách đây me and her where in a tutoring session after school and we moved into her office. i just happened to look up at her and she was looking down at some papers, and i noticed how extremly attracted i was to her. she noticed me looking and i just ended up blushing and looking away. that night i thought about her, so much i had a dream about her too. i woke up the tiếp theo ngày and just blew it off, because i hardly ever fall for...
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posted by Heroine999
The cầu vồng is our symbol.Our flag.When showning it means lgbt.But what does it really mean?

The cầu vồng respresents our lives.Each color means something in our lives.

The bright màu sắc represent the ups.Like our friends.They could be LGBT hoặc they're accepting of us.Or our family accept us for who we are.The màu sắc also represent no discrimination.That there's no bullying like verbal hoặc physical attacks.

The dark màu sắc represent our downs.There are very few dark màu sắc the cầu vồng so downs can be rare.They represent verbal and physical attacks.Also respresent discrimination and no acceptense.And Những người bạn and family disowning you.

Bright màu sắc could not always be in our lives as well as dark colors.The màu sắc might change very quickly hoặc they might change very slowly.The color might just stay at that stage for good.
 Lady GaGa delivers her speech.
Lady GaGa delivers her speech.
"Good afternoon. Can bạn all hear me?

I wrote this speech, this address, myself, I've spent 48 hours trying to find the perfect thing to say. My address to bạn today is called "The Prime Rib of America."

'I do, solemnly swear, hoặc affirm, that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States, against all enemies foreign and domestic, and I will chịu, gấu true faith and allegiance to do the same, and I will obey the orders of the president of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the uniform code of military justice, so help me...
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posted by Heroine999
Hey
You.
Yeah you.
Do bạn remember me?
bạn were the head surgent that ordered the other surgents not to operate on me because bạn found out i was transexual.I then died of a slow painful death.,
xin chào you.
Your the president who banned homosexuality.I'm the dead body hanging from a rope from a tree.
xin chào you.
Your the the one who bullied me.Who beat me up.Who verbally attacked me too.Why was the reason i commited suicide.
xin chào you.
Your the priest who preached that i'm an abomination.And now i"m on the floor suffcating because bạn đã đưa ý kiến i'm better off dead.
xin chào you.
Do bạn remember who i once was?Now that i'm in the cold ground?
Do bạn know what bạn are now?
bạn are the devil.
Sexuality is such a hot-button issue these days. "Are bạn gay? Are bạn straight?" But what do these các câu hỏi really mean? How can anyone really answer these các câu hỏi to the best of their ability, especially when we have people who are well into their fifties and sixties and still haven't figured it out?

I believe it was Alyssa in Chasing Amy who đã đưa ý kiến it best: "I came to this on my terms. I didn't just heed what I was taught, bạn know? Men and women should be together, it's the natural way - that kind of thing. I'm not with bạn because of what family, society, life tried to instill in me from...
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posted by Dragonclaws
The Westboro Baptist Church is a group of hatemongerers led bởi abusive husband and father Fred Phelps. They are probably most well known for their catchphrase “God hates fags” that they use as a website and that they pull out to picket soldiers’ funerals. They have a variety of phrases that use the start “God hates” and then apply it to a subject that’s suffered recently as a means to promote their hatred such as with “God hates America”, “God hates India”, and “God hates Jews” to name a few. They are horrible and oh so easy to make fun of. Therefore, I give bạn God...
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posted by Dragonclaws
While bởi no means perfect, the treatment of homosexuality in modern media is improving. Gay storylines were once introduced purely for shock value, but now their appearance is far thêm commonplace and is often portrayed as legitimate drama (or comedy) alongside heterosexual narratives. However, while treatment of simple homosexuality has been increasingly progressive, bisexuality remains a subject without decent representation in many shows. This includes shows that would otherwise have a decent portrayal of homosexuality, but have somehow missed the thuyền when it comes to the concept of being...
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posted by Part_of_the_sky
I am 99% sure I was born gay.

I behaved in a masculine matter as a toddler and distinctly remembering having a crush on a female cartoon character without being aware of it because I didn't even know what tình yêu felt like as a young child. Throughout my years, I have not been interested in forming a relationship with neither a boy hoặc girl and rather kept to myself. As an experiment done out of boredom I fantasied about males but ended up saying "meh". Naturally I thought it was merely because romance wasn't my thing. But I can to a conclusion after noticing that the males I fantasied about were...
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This bài viết is slightly similar to the one I wrote a few months ago, link. But I couldn't help reiterating. Sorry if it's a waste of time.

My whole life I have been fluctuating between gay and straight. It was only in my senior năm that I felt confident enough to come out to my close Những người bạn in high school. I even had my first girlfriend. And being in such a warm, welcoming environment, I was able to openly discuss my feelings with others who shared them.

I found out that năm that not only was I bisexual, but so were three of my Những người bạn who were previously calling themselves "straight," just...
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posted by DramaQueen1020
These are my các lượt xem and thoughts about being a straight christian, but still supporting gay rights.

I wear a cross. It's a little golden vượt qua, cross with a tiny ruby in the middle, being I'm born in July, and that's my birthstone. It's a girt from my mom, and I might pass it on to the tiếp theo generation when I grow up. It's very special to me. I wear it all the time unless I'm swimming hoặc bathing. I wear it in performances (I'm an actress-to-be and I play violin at school). Even when I was in a play about the ancient greek gods, I wore it under my robes. My whole family is part italian, so we are mostly...
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