Tuesday, December 18, 2007


Lesbian Love Nothing Like It ..Uninhabited , Pure , Natural , Physical , Passionate

It's truly not fair that you can have monogamous affairs and unfaithful relation, but the whole nation looks at us as " Lesbians" the start of that inflation. Every body say that we are a devil's creation for showing affection we become the infected people, like we are a disease or some common sickness... they talk so much trash, about how wrong I am, and that the promise land doesn't have a place for me. Last time I checked I didn't have to answer to anyone but the man upstairs" GOD" , but you don't care, the lord and me share, something that human hands can never tear. I can't blame them for not being open-minded, but at least take time to find the piece that's missing. Instead of dissing my lifestyle, make time here worthwhile, because whether you like it or not I'm still going to smile. Maybe you haven't realized it yet, or your brain is too small to accept the concept or maybe it's something you just don't get but. I'M A LESBIAN, so get over it!!!!!! *

I became a lesbian because of women, because women are beautiful, strong, and compassionate. "Rita Mae Brown "
-You can't type what a lesbian is. We're anything and everything. The one thing in common is that we make love to other women. So give up trying to limit us. "Amanda Bearse, actor, television director "- There is nothing mixed up about a woman who loves women, who wants to have sex with them, or who identifies as a lesbian. It is society that is mixed up because it punishes people for not conforming to its gender stereotypes. "Edward Stein, editor of Forms of Desire: Sexual Orientation and the Social Constructionist Controversy"

-But the fruit that can fall without shaking , Indeed is too mellow for me. "Lady Mary Wortley Montagu in The Answer "

-Are there many things in this cool-hearted world so utterly exquisite as the pure love of one woman for another? "Mary MacLane, The Story of Mary MacLane by Herself "
-Why should I paint dead fish, onions, and beer glasses?Girls are so much prettier. " Marie Laurencin, artist "

::::::SECRETS OF LOVE::::::::::‏

::::::SECRETS OF LOVE::::::::::‏

The first secret: the power of love. Love begins with our thoughts. We become what we think. Loving thoughts create loving experiences and loving relationships. Affirmations can change our beliefs and thoughts about ourselves and others. If we want to love someone, we need to consider their needs and desires. Thinking about your ideal partner will help recognize him or her when you meet.
The second secret:
the power of respect. You cannot love anyone or anything unless you first respect them. The first person you need to respect is yourself. To begin to gain self-respect ask yourself, "What do I respect about myself? " To gain respect for others, even those you may dislike, ask yourself, "What do I respect about them?"
The third secret:
the power of giving. If you want to receive love, all you have to do is give it! The more love you give, the more you will receive. To love is to give of yourself, freely and unconditionally. Practice random acts of kindness. The secret formula of a happy, lifelong relationship is to always focus on what you can give instead of you can take.
The fourth secret:
the power of friendship. To find true love you must first find a true friend. To love someone completely you must love them for who they are not what they look like. Friendship is the soil through which love's seeds grow. If you want to bring love into a relationship, you must first bring friendship.
The fifth secret:
the power of touch. Touch is one of the most powerful expressions of love, breaking down barriers and bonding relationships. Touch changes our physical and emotional states and makes us more receptive to love.
The sixth secret:
the power of letting go. If you love something, let it be free. Even in a loving relationship, people need their space. If we want to learn to love, we must first learn to forgive and let go of past hurts and grievances. Love means letting go of our fears, prejudices, egos and conditions.
The seventh secret: the power of communication. To love someone is to communicate with them. Let the people you love know; that you love and appreciate them. Never be afraid to say, "I love you." Never let an opportunity pass to praise and acknowledge someone. Always leave someone you love with a loving word ... it could be the last time you see them.
The eighth secret: the power of commitment. If you want to have love in abundance, you must be committed to it. Commitment is the true test of love. If you want to have loving relationships, you must be committed to loving relationships. When you are committed to someone or something, quitting is never an option. Commitment distinguishes a fragile relationship from a strong, loving one.
The ninth secret:
the power of passion. Passion ignites love and keeps it alive. Lasting passion does not come through physical attraction alone. It comes from deep commitment, enthusiasm, interest and excitement. The essence of love and happiness are the same, all we need to do is to live each day with passion.
The tenth secret: the power of trust. You cannot love someone completely unless you trust them completely. Act as if your relationship with the person you love will never end. Trust is essential in all loving relationships. Trust yourself, trust others and trust the world. It is the foundation for LOVE.

Monday, December 17, 2007

Rainbow Flag History‏

Rainbow Flag History‏

Color has long played an important role in our community's expression of pride. In Victorian England, for example, the color green was associated with homosexuality. The color purple (or, more accurately, lavender) became popularized as a symbol for pride in the late 1960s -- a frequent post-Stonewall catchword for the gay community was "Purple Power." And, of course, there's the pink triangle. Although it was first used in Nazi Germany to identify gay males in concentration camps, the pink triangle only received widespread use as a gay pop icon in the early 1980s. But the most colorful of our symbols is the Rainbow Flag, and its rainbow of colors -- red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple -- represents the diversity of our community. The first Rainbow Flag was designed in 1978 by Gilbert Baker, a San Francisco artist, who created the flag in response to a local activist's call for a community symbol. (This was before the pink triangle was popularly used as a symbol of pride.) Using the five-striped "Flag of the Race" as his inspiration, Baker designed a flag with eight stripes: pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. According to Baker, those colors represented, respectively: sexuality, life, healing, sun, nature, art, harmony and spirit. In the true spirit of Betsy Ross, Baker dyed and sewed the material for the first flag himself. Baker soon approached San Francisco's Paramount Flag Company about mass producing and selling his "gay flag." Unfortunately, Baker had hand-dyed all the colors, and since the color "hot pink" was not commercially available, mass production of his eight-striped version became impossible. The flag was thus reduced to seven stripes. In November 1978, San Francisco's gay community was stunned when the city's first openly gay supervisor, Harvey Milk, was assassinated. Wishing to demonstrate the gay community's strength and solidarity in the aftermath of this tragedy, the 1979 Pride Parade Committee decided to use Baker's flag. The committee eliminated the indigo stripe so they could divide the colors evenly along the parade route -- three colors on one side of the street and three on the other. Soon the six colors were incorporated into a six-striped version that became popularized and that, today, is recognized by the International Congress of Flag Makers. In San Francisco, the Rainbow Flag is everywhere: It can be seen hanging from apartment windows throughout the city (most notably in the Castro district), local bars frequently display the flag and Rainbow Flag banners are hung from lampposts on Market Street (San Francisco's main avenue) throughout Pride month. Visiting the city, one cannot help but feel a tremendous sense of pride at seeing this powerful symbol displayed so prominently. Although the Rainbow Flag was initially used as a symbol of pride only in San Francisco, it has received increased visibility in recent years. Today, it is a frequent sight in a number of other cities as well -- New York, West Hollywood and Amsterdam, among them. Indeed, the Rainbow Flag reminds us that ours is a diverse community, composed of people with a variety of individual tastes of which we should all be proud.

I am BUTCH :p‏


I am Butch because my passion is not unlike the hunger of a starving young wolf and it runs deep.

I am Butch because my physical strength will never surpass the strength I have within.

I am Butch because I can take a drag-queen to a dance and treat her like the woman she really is inside.I am Butch because I will always try to run faster, throw farther, jump higher then any man.

I am Butch because I play tackle football in the rain, in the fall time, with the big boys.I am Butch because I can take a beating.

I am Butch because my fiancee's son loves and admires me, I am his real-life super hero.

I am Butch because God made me the way I am and I wouldn't trade it in for anything else.

I am Butch.

101 romantic ideas

101 romantic ideas

Remember to say "I love you" and "I need you" often.
Walk hand in hand in the rain.
Write a love poem.
Call a radio station and dedicate a favorite song.
Write "I Love You" in lipstick or shaving cream on the mirror.
Hide love notes in a lunch box, briefcase or purse.
Make heart-shaped cinnamon toast for breakfast.
Place a love note in the personals section of the newspaper.
Take a carriage ride around the city.
Plan a surprise getaway.
Do your mate's household chores.
Write notes on future dates in their date book ("I love you," I miss you," etc.)
Make reservations at a favorite restaurant.
Let them choose the movie.
Give a foot massage.
Make a heart-shaped bookmark, and place it in their book.
Pop in a romantic music CD and slow dance.
Throw a just-because surprise party for two.
Buy a stuffed animal for your honey.
Read each other's horoscopes.
Make a list of the top 10 things you love about your partner.
Display it in a prominent place.
Tattoo your mate's name on your body.
Make an album or scrapbook of your favorite memories together.
Go camping together and only take one sleeping bag.
Send a mushy message in a bottle...a balloon...a sandwich...
Cut out a silly cartoon that you know they'd enjoy.
Shower together.
Dim the lights, and snuggle together on the couch.
Be the first to say "I'm sorry" and kiss and make up.
Give each other a full-body massage.
Kiss every hour on the hour all day long.
Send a gift basket of indulgent items.
Write "I'm hot for you" in the steam on the bathroom mirror.
Ribbon wrap your bed with a big bow.
Fill up the gas tank of your partner's car.
Act like teenagers. Maybe even pierce something!
Show up with a bouquet of flowers -- for no reason at all.
Play Scrabble® together, using as many "love" words as you can.
Run a warm bubble bath for your partner, with lots of lit candles.
Meet in the park for a picnic.
Hold hands.
Leave a trail of rose petals through the house, leading to a romantic candlelight dinner.
Make a donation in your mate's name to a special cause or charity.
Pick up their clothes from the floor -- without saying a word about it.
Watch an old black and white romantic movie and share a bowl of popcorn.
Reenact your first date.
Surprise your partner with tickets to a special event.
An unexpected hug can brighten any day.
Buy a silly, impromptu gift.
Send an email just to say "I'm thinking of you."
Bring home a balloon bouquet.
Serve breakfast in bed.
Make an ornament with a picture of both of you for the Christmas tree.
Play tag.
Wash and wax your partner's car, and leave a little note on the dashboard.
Plant a garden together.
Leave a mushy message on voicemail.
Stay at a hotel for the night, just because.
Make angels in the snow.
Every time you say "hello" or "goodbye", seal it with a hug and a kiss.
Take a drive in the country.
Spend the evening looking at the stars -- and make a wish together.
Cast a playful wink any time, anywhere.
Think up a list of silly little pet names for times when you're alone together.
Read poetry to each other.
Celebrate your half-birthdays together.
Put a picture of both of you in your wallet.
Buy that favorite book or CD for no reason at all.
Send a care package to work filled with treats like food, photos, candy, a love note, heart-shaped confetti, etc.
Go out for the evening and tell people you're on your honeymoon.
Take a hike together and carve your initials in a tree.
Write a thank you note for all the things you take for granted.
Make a fire in the fireplace and roast marshmallows.
Tape your favorite TV show and spend the evening talking.
Do the dishes together, then apply hand lotion to each other's hands.
Write a love letter to your partner and cut it into jigsaw puzzle pieces.
Decide on secret signals and use them to communicate with each other in large groups of people.
Schedule a regular mid-week "date night" for just the two of you.
Do the laundry together.
Romance Theater Weekend: reenact each other's favorite love scene - hers on Friday, his on Saturday.
Call your partner at work and ask for a date.
Pretend you haven't seen each other for a month. Act accordingly.
Send a written invitation to do something special.
Take turns reading to each other.
Stand outside the window and sing a romantic song.
Hide favorite candy in your partner's coat pockets.
Put a tape recording of your voice (saying anything) in the car stereo and turn it on so it plays when the car starts.
Go to a drive-in movie.
Get up to turn off the last light after you're both comfy-cozy in bed.
Hold each other tight during a thunderstorm.
Make a tape recording of favorite love songs.
Leave a bunch of bananas on the kitchen table with a note, "I go bananas over you!"
Hide love notes in a magazine.
Declare your undying love via a telegram.
Make a romantic dinner together, and serve it on your finest china.
Surprise your partner with a big kiss on the neck.
Give unexpected compliments.
Share an ice cream cone.
Have a picnic on the living room floor.
Draw a silly picture of the two of you. Frame it.