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As we approach the forty-first anniversary of the Stonewall protest there is a new independent film chronicling the struggle of the Gay and watch live lesbian sex here communities that started fateful night.
I had never written about love in the context of “the infinite complexities of this unique human emotion.” There are sex scenes in my novels tamed down by the moral code my mother left to me.
The rest of that day was filled with our first real fight, and Mary telling me all the reasons she didn’t like Long-John. Among the many absurd reasons she gave were: ‘He looks swarthy and suspicious.’ `He’ll probably try to scam us out of money.’ `you can’t trust a man with one eye. ‘ `I just don’t like the looks of him!’ Somehow I convinced her to go to dinner. A feat I never thought I’d accomplish, and we met Long-John at his so called “favorite spot in this country” at 8.
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“The Lay of the Land” by Richard Ford, is a complex web of emotions wrapped around an American Thanksgiving weekend on the New Jersey shoreline. The story spans about four days, but packed with observations, insights, humour, tragedy, suspense, and plain old common sense. Yes, there’s prostate cancer too. Frank Bascombe is our hero, selling real estate, with his partner who hails from Tibet. Screen saver on Mike/Tibet’s computer is the Dali Lama. Franks’ second wife left him for her dead husband (recently returned to the land of the living), daughter Clarissa is either a lesbian (or not) and son Paul writes cheesy one liners for Hallmark in Kansas City.
“My life isn’t worth living!” Jonathon screamed. “I hate my life! I wish I were dead.” The overwhelming hopelessness made him begin secretly planning how to kill himself. He believed that everyone was against him and that Suicide was his only hope to stop the persecution he was facing for being gay.
Gen X athlete Seth Wescott won gold in Vancouver for Snowboard Cross. It was his second gold medal and it helped the U.S. to secure top spot in the medal count at the Vancouver Olympics.
A Room of One’s Own Feminist Bookstore has been around since 1975 and moved into a larger space in 1997. This is a bookstore that specializes in women’s literature of various types. As with all good feminist bookstores, it also offers things like music, posters, t-shirts and more. There’s lots of lesbian pride and it’s a good resource for women and the LGBT community. It is also a place for meetings and events. Visit the store when you’re in Madison and order online when you’re not.