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Academic Bi: New International Mailing List/Yahoo Group [Jan. 24th, 2010|09:33 pm]
soul_of_psu

bialogue
[Current Location |Planet Earth]
[mood |workingworking]
[music |"Having It Both Ways" by Tom Robinson]

for the Discussion of and the Exchange of Information and Ideas about Topics related to Bisexual/Pansexual Theory, Queer Theory and the Academic Study of Bisexuality, Pansexuality, Fluidity, et. al.Collapse )


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[NY State only] SPECIAL ALERT - Call Gov. Patterson NOW! [Jun. 4th, 2008|01:41 pm]
soul_of_psu

bialogue
[Current Location |Queens College NYC]
[mood |determineddetermined]

Gov. Patterson polling support for his pro same-sex marriage decision as opposition takes legal action!Collapse )

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reporter has questions on 'Coming Out As Bisexual' for US LGBT Newspaper [Sep. 30th, 2006|12:53 pm]
soul_of_psu

bialogue
[Current Location |New York City USA]
[mood |workingworking]
[music |Sing If You're Glad To Be Gay by Tom Robinson]

For anyone who is interested in participating, in conjunction with National Coming Out Day, celebrated on October the 11th in the USA, Mr. Joshua Lynsen a reporter for the LGBT paper Washington Blade newspaper in Washington DC is writing an article who's subject is how someone comes out as bisexual, and the experiences and challenges unique to that process. If you are openly bisexual, please take a few moments to answer and e-mail (via 'cut & paste' into an e-mail) back to him the questions below.Read more...Collapse )
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Drag Show folks [Dec. 8th, 2005|08:28 am]
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diamondshadow
[mood |excitedexcited]
[music | - Christina Aguleria Feat Redman-Dirty]

You have to come to tonight's Drag Show if you can. I'm actually NOT injured this year (as opposed to last year) so I'll be performing. I have to admit, I think the outfit I have for it is kinda hot. So um yeah, come out and enjoy the evening. The show starts at 8, so don't be late because I think I'm the first one performing. Also give a thanks to the officers of SOUL. They have busted their collective asses to pull this show off, and I have the utmost confidence that they will out do themselves. Part of the profit goes to charity.


S.O.U.L Presents the 2nd Annual :
"Drag Show"

Co-sponsored by The Radiant Women of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Date: Thursday, 12/8/05
Location: ACC Ballrooms
Price: $3 dollars S.A. & Non S.A.
Time: 8:00pm
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Vigil / Drag Show [Dec. 7th, 2005|12:10 am]
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diamondshadow
[mood |coldcold]

On Wednesday, December 7th there will be a candle light vigil for Jeff Cook. It will be in front of the Angell College Center from 9pm until it ends. Please show up like 5mins prior to 9p.m.

Once again, the vigil is WEDNESDAY December 7th and starts at 9p.m.


The following day (Thursday December 8th) will be S.O.U.L's 2nd annual Drag Show. Tickets are only $3. That will be taking place in The Warren Ballrooms which are in the Angell College Center at 8p.m. Part of the proceeds will go towards charity.
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New to all of this [Nov. 26th, 2005|12:21 pm]
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fadingdream21
[mood |contemplativecontemplative]

Hey! My name is Kailyn Smith. You all can call me Kay. I am 21 and Bi (possibly lesbian) and I am a student of PSU. I live in Wilson Hall on the 5th floor. I am looking forward to getting to know the people of SOUL. I finally just started to understand my sexuality and I am proud of it! :) I would love to get to know some of you. Feel free to IM me at ForbiddenHeart84 or email me at: SMIT7928@mail.plattsburgh.edu. ALSO... check out my live journal: www.livejournal.com/users/fadingdream21

I'm very glad to be a member of the SOUL community! I look forward to coming to my first meeting soon!!

Kailyn (Kay) Smith
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Millions More March? [Oct. 16th, 2005|06:40 pm]
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diamondshadow
[music | -]

A Gay-Friendly Millions More! Just Kidding

If you don't even know what the Millions More march is then you should read up on it.

If you just don't think that this is an important issue within the gay community then you don't have to. Many gay people didn't before either. Then George Bush was elected, partially due to the significant increase of votes he got from minorities. So if you don't think that gay relations with other non gay groups is important, then go right ahead. Guess what though, you can be sure that other groups are reaching out to them, and chances are that they are the same ones that you don't want to see reelected
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(no subject) [Sep. 2nd, 2005|07:04 pm]
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crayonpeople
Newslinks about Katrina and how it relates to People of Color, the impoverished and President Bush.

http://www.CrayonPeople.com
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CrayonPeople.com [Aug. 17th, 2005|03:05 am]
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crayonpeople
http://www.CrayonPeople.com

We created Crayon People to act as a place for People of Color to get easy access to news ranging from political articles to current pop culture. Check out the new articles from your own relevant group (Arab, Asian, Black, Latino Desi), but feel free to discuss articles in the People of Color area as well as other groups. Posting comments and discussing the articles is the point to this whole website.

We want people from diverse backgrounds to converse and debate in a constructive environment. So please help us spread the word. We are a non-profit site, so basically that means we have a $0 promotion budget, unlike these other corporation giants. But please let us know what you think. Sign on post some comments and help make this good thing happen:).
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S.F. officials censure gay club for bias (ironic isn't it) [Jun. 17th, 2005|02:03 am]
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diamondshadow
[music | -]

Christopher Curtis, PlanetOut Network
published Wednesday, June 15, 2005

San Francisco's Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday urging city and state agencies to take action against Badlands, a gay nightclub that a city commission determined was guilty of discriminating against African Americans.

In April, San Francisco's Human Rights Commission ruled after a 10-month investigation that Les Natali, the club's owner, required multiple forms of identification for some African-American customers, used discriminatory hiring practices and enforced a selective dress code that varied with the customer's race.

Although the Board of Supervisors cannot take punitive action against the club, it urged the city attorney, the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the San Francisco Entertainment Commission "to impose penalties to the fullest extent of the law to ensure accountability for discrimination."Read more...Collapse )
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