Friday, July 05, 2002

I’ve decided that I could never smoke enough cigarettes to pollute the air as much as ONE July 4th fireworks celebration!

Why I Will Not Celebrate This Fourth of July.

I like this idea of flag washing

Wednesday, July 03, 2002

My job has allowed me an opportunity to look at people in amazement.
I am so in awe of those I work with...for it is so few (that get paid $), that work so hard to enable us all.
We truly value all those who take the time to volunteer..for without you...
WE would be nothing.

Thank you to all those who give a shit.

I finally used the “other” bathroom at work. I’ve been curious about this facility since I first started working here. I have to say that as much intrigue as it promoted, after using it, it’s lost it’s sense of “mystery” to me.

I don’t FEEL different….

Tuesday, July 02, 2002

Pride pictures of The Center.

Monday, July 01, 2002

My girlfriend and I came up with a few film ideas. After being exposed to so many films at the Lesbian and Gay film festival , we decided we too could make a film.
Some ideas we've come up with;

How couples, after years together...sometimes not, seem to look like eachother
How couples, after years together...sometimes not, seen to have the same haircut
How couples, after years together...sometimes not, seem to wear the same clothes

Another hot topic;
How do you "identify"...and does your partner agree???

The Dyke March was it always is..
I get so emotional watching thousands upon thousands (and it gets larger every year) of women march down the street...expressing who they are. Openly, and least for a day.
To know that there is discrimination still prominent in our society is be aware of bashings, and to know that you are a target for bashing.
It is a challenge to look a different feel a different openly exist outside of the box. To know that you are "tagged" as being "deviant" because of the way you look or feel. It can be a struggle.
I look on in great admiration for those who challenge their gender "roles". And I think, thank you my sister, brother, or wherever you are in between.
I am so proud to live in a city that people can and do fight for their rights.
And we do...year by by day.