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That is very funny, because a few years, I came into school (I'm a teacher) on Monday, after a Super Bowl Sunday. I walked into my lesbian friend's class to talk as usual.
She was all excited to tell me about she and her gilrfriend enjoyed the big game and blah, blah, blah.
I just looked at her and said, "Well, I did something much more productive yesterday, I went to the orchid show."
We had a good laugh over the stereotypical behavior, which we both enjoyed.
I hope you don't mind this plug. I have created a discussion group on Facebook called Q & A of Atlanta. Queer & Atheist of Atlanta is a group of non-believers who have some connection to Atlanta. The reason I started this group is because of the tremendous amount of religiosity that exist in Georgia. If you are atheist and queer and open about it you will find it very difficult to make social connections in this town. Q & A of Atlanta is about building a queer atheist community in Atlanta. Send me an Email if you are interested in joining. firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher, I'm so angry. The antigay environment was also stoked by American christian homophobes - as in the welcome videos above, led by Scott Lively. THat's not to say that Mr. Lively encouraged anyone to commit this murder, or that the perpetrators ever heard of him, but he and his group agitated for and supported the growth of the antigay environment in Uganda.
Uganda and protestant christians are not alone - Burundi, Nuns torture trans teenager. Not a new story but I just read of it. It's difficult to read the story due to the translation, however. Im not sure what to make of it.
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