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Morris Day & The Time - Jerk Out

Yes, there was a little extra spring in my step as I walked the dog this morning. That comes from feeling a little bit more like a whole person. If this ruling has that effect on a jaded 40-something like myself I can only imagine what it's doing for teens out there just figuring out that they love just a little different then most people. I'm betting the gay teen suicide rate is about to start going down.

It wasn't my intent to turn this into a gay rights blog this week. I was hoping for lesbian porn, but events overtook me. I actually don't like writing about gay rights. Notice I haven't posted anything on the rights of brown eyed people. I have deep brown eyes. Almond shaped. But the rights of brown eyed people aren't up for debate. They're a given. We'll get there one day with gay rights. Then I can hang up my activist's cap and retire to New England where I can support my decadent lifestyle writing trashy romance novels. That's the ticket!

But for now I wanted to let you know that SFL will be returning soon, and I want to thank everyone for their patience with me and the other guest posters and for all the kind remarks.


  1. Great job GW, GB, Faker SFL, and Mr. Goggins (btw, a perfect title for an English murder mystery)!

  2. Who is this guy and why does he smell so much like a Caribbean beach?

  3. I time travel for funJune 28, 2013 at 8:37 PM

    So here is an ethical dilemma. I am prepping for my trip back to December 1978. I know a pretty good looking woman who is 55 and In speaking with her and becoming friends she has told me things about herself growing up in Miami. Do I find her in 1978 and try and get lucky by bumping into her at a bar or her hang out and then telling her I can read her mind and then telling her things about herself that she has recently told me?

    I have to admit, she must have been a real hottie at age 20 and I am really looking forward to going back and seeing her.

    Ah the ethical dilemmas of time travel. I am taking off next Wednesday and not sure when I'll be back. But will fill you in. I currently have 3,800 in bills from or before 1978. As I have written, if I bring anything back with me made after the time I return, it disintegrates.

  4. What a wonderful post. You made my day!

  5. If he goes back and bangs the bejesus out of her, and then sees her again in 2013 - looking the same, won't she freak out?

  6. Seems a bit unethical for a time traveler to do. There are codes of ethics for time travel? If not, there should be.


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