dr kellie


College Station, TX

United States

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  • Bimmerella

    Well I think you could get away with the bible stunt, but the koran...whole different ball of wax!  Your life would be in danger!!!  Which would further serve to prove your point...but totally not worth it, unless you could remain anonymous.  But still, that book has been used to VILE ends.  It deserves EVERY insult it gets!!! 
  • Mike Lee

    Thanks for the Suggestion man...I'm going to check the thread out now...


    Thanks for thinking of me....



  • Bimmerella

    You would be a hero in my book too doc!!!
  • Lyra Silvertongue

    Thanks Kellie, I am too!
  • TNT666

    Nice cut!

    Talk about titillating!

  • Brianna Starfish

    What sucked?
  • Brianna Starfish

    I got about 30 seconds in before I realized they weren't joking.
  • LarryL

    Hey  Dr Kellie, does your friend work at "Purina Farms" science lab out in Grays Summitt?  If so, I really could stop by and say Hi as I only live a few miles away.   Love the dog shows there
  • TNT666

    so sorry, I apparently missed your weather bitch! Yeah we've had a lots of -35C this winter, it's been around -20C all this week. I lived in Florida and Caribbean for several years, so when I returned North, I had to purchase winter apparel, I hang out in thrift stores and buy old silks and woollens, they're great and cheap, while everyone else is freezing their butts off. In Canada, silk and wool have practically disappeared from the market, it's all petrochemicals now :(
  • Benny

    Thanks for the add Doc :)
  • Azel Praer

    im sure it is absolute hell being gay and under the roof of religion and my hart goes out to everyone who had had to go through  that hell the teens who kill them self s because of small town bigotry  to the adults who are scared for life because of that they had to endure growing up.  dan savage has started a wonderful sight called itgetsbettter.org to inspire and give advice to gay lebion and transgendered teens and adults struggling with hate and predigest
  • Azel Praer

    good to know glad things have gotten better for you Kellie keep up the good fight!
  • Ruth Anthony-Gardner

    Greetings, Dr. Kellie ! I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D Yeah, funny how being gay isn't as scary as atheism to our relatives.
  • Heather Spoonheim

    Thanks for the add!
  • Mary O'Grady

    Hello! Thank you for adding me as a friend. Do you ever get over to Austin, where I live?
  • Mary O'Grady

    Basically, yes, but it was a bit more complicated in my case. When I was much younger, I did try to leave Austin several times but always got pulled back.

    If you'd ever like to get together when you are here, I would like that very much.

  • Mary O'Grady

    Luckily, I have a wonderful atheist husband who is a tremendous source of emotional support.
  • Richard Healy

    I suppose I can kinda take a bit of credit - he asked me out but it was my idea to go to the theatre (ostensibly to see what was on, I hadn't actually imagined seeing a play but serendipity struck) and I took him to the fountains -  a true romantic heart beats within this chest -  we sat on a park bench and hugged, could have stayed there all night like that.


    Want to see him again! :)

    Hope you have a night to remember too, K.

  • Paula T.

    Thanks, dr. kellie, I appreciate the explanation!  So far, I have found this site to be friendly and full of great information.  I hope I can add to discussions :)
  • Richard Healy

    Great thanks. 

    Met up at the cinema again.  Spent a short while in the coffee house getting reacquainted then about 6 off the restaurant.  food was okay - not worth the price it cost - but oh well.

    Sauntered over to the park with the fountains, and discussed more about what we like music wise and so on, just getting to know each other, gradually edging closer there were semi-intimate hugs  - and then there was a naked man.

    Across the way a bloke had emerged from the crowd and was getting undressed.  He was down to his boxers - and then those came off two exposing his danglies for all the world to see, he then dove into the fountains, did a lap of the park for good measure and then got redressed.  His mates were filming it, so I imagine the entire event is on youtube by now.

    After that brief flurry of excitement we bid a retreat back to the coffee shop to warm up with some tea, innuendo and reminiscence about the cute naked guy's bollocks and arse.

    Tea drunk it was off to the station,but - oh no!  The last train left 5 minutes ago, the next one isn't for another hour and a half  - how ever will we pass the time?

    Solution: head back to the park where naked running man was earlier,  for a protracted and wonderful make out session.  Hugging, Kissing, Fondling, Necking,  Ttongues - all on a public bench in full view of the theatre crowd who were by this point coming out from the cultural quarter.

    That was fun.  Kissing Boys - I definitely like it!!!

    Then back to the station for the 11:21pm home.  One final kiss on the platform and then we broke apart. 

    3rd date should be killer!

    Did your "situation" go as well?


  • Richard Healy

    3rd date with Andy was on Friday.  Nothing much to report  - my man was a bit out of sorts, something was on his mind so date wasn't quite as successful as the last few.

    One nice moment train home was on the far platform and to get to it you walk through this wee tunnel, and as we walked in I pulled him aside and we kissed.

    That was nice.

    When we broke apart he walked out onto the platform and said "huh - the train's not here."

    "Good." I said.  Grabbed him by the lapels and pulled him back into the tunnel for more kissing.

    This was even better.  soft, slow, deliberate and wonderful.

    That made up for  the rather lacklustre preceding hour or so.

    Made plans to go together to Manchester next week.  That seemed to perk him up.  I think he's just a bit down where he is.


  • Wanda T

    Hi dr kellie!  Glad to be friends!
  • Susi Bocks

  • Peggy Wilson

    Why thank you Dr. Kellie--The name is dated indeed--as is the owner. I am the youngest Peggy I know  :(
  • Richard Healy

    I'm surprised you've  not been here to ask for the full debrief!! ;-)


    Mike's like a fart in a factory of laughing gas. 

  • Richard Healy

    I've lain it all out in the R.T.O.H.H.V.  ;-)

    Funny that thread now has 12 posts while the main thread has - none. 

    Not that I demand to be the centre of attention but those wishing for serenity in their in-boxes now have their wish!

  • Farhad Roshan

    thanks for adding
  • Phenix

    Thanks for the add!
  • Phenix

    Go Aggies! LOL
  • TNT666

    Ah my dear, these past couple of months have revealed the true nature of several male members. Unfortunately, many atheists are still very entrenched in their Christian upbringing, that is: misogyny. I, the tomboy, have been hangin' with guys all my life, and not always the nicest guys. There's a part of me that is SOOOOOO used to it, as you may be professionally, and as long as we shut the fuck up about things we're fine right :)  But as soon as we rock the boat a little, the shit hits the fan!  However to read a teenager perpetuating the same 'old boys club' talk, that is extra depressing. And in the end, teenaged males OWN the internet! That's why at the moment I'm working at politics back in real life instead of the internet, looking to start a local atheist network, working with the local feminist organisation, and in the green party, I'm coming at the 'world order' from all three angles :)

    Please don't stop posting. I know there are several people here who appreciate your input much.

    I'm thinking of a completely different internet discussion which brings out the most vitriol imaginable from ignorant "fly-by" participants, patience and wit eventually do half of them in, facts...meh... there are always "published" pseudo-facts on both sides of any debate and non-scientists usually can't distinguish pseudo-facts from actual ones, facts can always support two sides of any debate, they know no master :) Resilient ugly posters simply create an unappealing display which in the end hurts their cause anyway. I've seen it happen elsewhere. Look how Susan used to agree with TByte... no more :)

  • Bimmerella

    Thanks for the invite dr kellie!!  I am indeed honored :)  I have really enjoyed reading your posts!!
  • Cheryl

    Thanks for the friend request.  This looks like a very interesting site.  I'm not gay, but my daughter is.
  • Cheryl

    Thanks again for the welcome.  This is my first forum experience.  I'm finding my way around, and even made a few posts!
  • Susan Stanko

    Yeah, this is really good season, so many good dancers.  I am glad the Carson is improving.  As much as I love Chaz, I hope he goes home tonight.
  • Susan Stanko

    Carson has improved so much.  I am rooting for him to keep getting better.
  • alexa penzner

    hi doc !  thanks for the friend thingie - i love that sign - it's the straights fault for haing gay babies. i'm on the floor laughing. :]


    why did you get interested in meself? what did i say? what didn't i say?  i've met a few people now in texas thru this site - i guess i'm going to have to visit- jeez, texas of all places  :)


    i gather you watch those dance shows. can you tell i'm older than you? - LOL

  • TNT666

    Thought you might like to get to know this animator: Nina Paley.
    Some of her animations here. Her blog here.

    I came upon her via those videos I posted on Childless... Fertco and Stork as Bird of War. She keeps her gay/agnostic status relatively silent though she's stated she's been out since 20s. Interesting lady, I think we'll be hearing much more from her in coming years.

  • Julie E

    Hello. Thanks for the friend invite. Hope you're having a good day !
  • Joseph P

    I'll let you do the preparation of that.  I can't cook worth a damn.

  • Joseph P

    Nah, I'm trying to cut back.  I poke at it, but I don't actually eat that part.

    Oh, wait, damn.  That's the cervix I'm thinking of.  Anatomy fail.  That kind of screwed up that joke.

  • sk8eycat

    Hi! And thank you for the Friend Request. I enjoy your posts in here very much, but I'm rather shy about initiating Friend Requests.

    Veterinarians are my favorite people on earth (well, writers, too)...it must be terribly difficult to work with patients who can't speak our language.  I speak a little Cat, but not enough. I have a dedicated head-bonker now, and he also drools all over me when he purrs.  I love him!  The other one must be part Abysinnian...he's 12 years old (13 in a couple of weeks), and still has the powerful hind legs that make him a graceful jumper.

    Cheers!  Happy solstice!


  • Joan Denoo

    Love your writing and honored to be your friend. I'm interested in how your "Storms are brewing..." evolve.  A couple of my cousins let us all know they were gay in about 2000 and it was rough for a while ... but they are wonderful human beings and the family is coming around nicely. Hope all goes well for you. 

  • matthew greenberg

    hi doctor!  thanks for the friend add - just wondering why you offered, as far as i can tell we haven't spoken before on this site.  happy to have you, just wondering.

  • matthew greenberg

    haha, thanks.  i just removed him from my friends list.  dude's got some screws loose.

  • Joan Denoo

    My cousin's daughter is lesbian and with a wonderful partner. Together they had three children by artificial insemination. They are the most super children one could hope for; obviously their home life is healthy. My aunt, a devout Roman Catholic, hated the thought and said some pretty awful stuff.

    In a sudden, sever condition my cousin died on the operating table. We were all devastated. No longer able to live alone her lesbian granddaughter and family had their home raised up and build a home under it for my aunt. Can you imagine the emotional turmoil she experienced!? Here these two young women with three young children actually raised the roof for her. The story ends well, even as we all miss my beloved cousin. 

  • Joseph P

    No worries.  I was just playing around with the new toys.  :-D

  • sk8eycat

    I know.  I have to keep reminding myself that she's an Aspie, and that it's too late to help her, IF she would accept help.  (She's also a Jehovah's Witless, and they don't believe in psychology/psychiatry/neuro-science of any kind.)

    My only excuse for ranting online is that after 67 years, her behavior does get on my last nerve.  I fantasize about moving out and leaving no forwarding address. 

    I comfort myself with the fact that I still have our mother's other Pyrex stuff...baking dishes, etc.  And my own small collection of Corning Ware.  I love the Grab-Its for the microwave!

    I just like kitchen toys.

  • sk8eycat

    Oh, ew.  That voice! Why do all those girls/women sound like baby ducks quacking?  I'm usually in here at the computer with my back to the TV while my sister watches Jay Leno, and I can't tell which female is his guest unless I turn around and look at the screen. They all sound the same.  Like the Kardashian sisters.  Ick.  Even some of the younger talking heads on the local news sound like that now. Srsly.

    I'm so glad I'm old.

  • Sandi

    Hi, thanks. I work for a pecan ranch down here, plus a bit of landscaping for the bosses home. Lol, I too have been to the dairy queen here - the ultimate place for a treat. I am quite familiar with College Station too, nice to know there are a few sane people here in Texas. It's good to meet you.

  • Austin Meek

    I'm so glad to find another fellow Texan who doesn't march to the beat of a religious drum!