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Ms. Piggy gets a New Phat Drug

In the vast wasteland that is the Internet, BIG Pharma has shat yet another advertisement for (yet another) miracle drug…

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New Apple Preview available !

Surprise! In association with our producers at Island Intertainment®, we have just joined the mainstream podcasting community at Apple and released our very first teaser track. Looking forward to a wonderful relationship with one of the greatest media companies in the world!

Meet « John » (fake name) and learn much more than you knew about gay men…

I want to assfuck Donald Trump!

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Sunday | Why I Bother Blogging

Alexandra Young

Alexandra Young

I have been writing down my private transitioning experiences online for a number of years now.

Starting with TG based groups back in my closeted days, then moved onto my web sites, and lately to my dedicated blogs.
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WHO says the British are shy?


Imperial Crown of the Queen of England

LONDON  — Queen Elizabeth II was at home at Windsor Castle, the sentries who guard her were on duty, and the large park surrounding the magnificent building was full of tourists on a Sunday afternoon. So it didn’t take long for people to realize that something was out of order when an inebriated couple arrived from a nearby restaurant and began having sex on a grass bank outside the castle, according to witnesses.
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SONDAY: A Nation Rocked to Sleep by Carly Sheehan


I started this essay with a poem from Kipling, and I want to end it with a poem my daughter wrote that began my activism after her brother was killed, and is just as timely today as it was in April 2004:

Cindy Sheehan is an American anti-war activist whose son, Casey, was killed in the Iraq War on April 4, 2004. She attracted national and international media attention in August 2005 for her extended anti-war protest at a makeshift camp outside President George W. Bush’s Texas ranch — a stand which drew both passionate support and angry criticism.

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