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fridays are fucking fabulous

30 Oct

because it’s halloween!!!!

so my plans consist of drinking some beer, putting on too much makeup and possibly, maybe braving the crowds in west hollywood. not sure i’m up for the crowd though. what i really want to do is go see jennifer’s body.  i don’t care what you think, i’m all about it and i like to support the ladies, aka diablo.

i’m excited for a little teenage angst, quirky one liners and good old bisexuality.


little more intimate


that amanda seyfried is lovely!


um…okay more than lovely:



sleeping around

29 Jul


alright i know the megan fox statement is old news and she’s bisexual and all that. yes she’s super hot and she has also said some real curious stuff. and that magazine spread in esquire was a little weird i thought, but whatever.  ploy or not i don’t really care, usually i just like it when sexuality is being talked about. so this is what she said:

I have no question in my mind about being bisexual. But I’m also a hypocrite: I would never date a girl who was bisexual, because that means they also sleep with men, and men are so dirty that I’d never want to sleep with a girl who had slept with a man.

well, well, well look at that.  i have to admit i love this so very much. i get how this could offend some people and i get that she is a little brash (check out other fun things she has said, especially about passing gas).  but here’s the thing. she said it. i’ve been too scared to say it and i am merely an anonymous blogger.  so i say cheers! to megan fox, she’s brave or brutally honest or something and something is alright with me.

i don’t want to sleep with straight girls because they are 1) straight and 2) sleep with men.

i don’t love the idea of sleeping with bisexual women either because 1) they sleep with men.

i don’t love the idea of sleeping with bisexual men because 1) they sleep with men 2) i’m not sure i sleep with men

i don’t want to sleep with gay guys because 1) they are gay and 2) they sleep with men 3) i know i don’t sleep with gay men.

when X had informed me she had slept with her x (husband, that is) it totally freaked me out on many levels, because why did she really feel she needed to inform me of that and also why did i go ahead and listen and act like i was sort of okay with it cause let’s be real, i wasn’t.  anyway after X told me that over the phone i remember turning to my friend who was in the car with me and saying, “well that does it, i will never sleep with her again. it was bad enough that she was sleeping with all sorts of women, but men-that’s a different story.” the end.

oh and there are all sorts of sexy shots of megan fox floating around, but i chose the one above because i am a huge fan of crappy, disney teenage movies- this one is actually a fave- confessions of a teenage drama queen. bonus! it stars lindsay lohan! go ahead and judge i know you have some terrible movies in your netflix queue.

I woke up gay

26 Feb

41qb1zsjbql_sl160_aa115_Yesterday morning my friend asked me if I’d like to participate on an LGBT-Q panel at the local community college.  I hesitated. Now generally other people identify me as bi because I’m attracted to both sexes, however I’m not totally comfortable calling myself bi.  Now I’ve thought a lot about this.  I’ve read Lisa Diamond’s book Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women’s Love and Desire (which is excellent and a powerhouse of research on sexuality) and it’s been the topic of my therapy for a couple of years, and yet still….still I hesitate.  This is why:  I’m a late bloomer or probably more accurate, severely repressed (thank you organzied religion).  My one and only sexual encounter was with a woman, a woman I dated for two lesbian years (translation: two lesbian years equals a decade of emotions,feelings and behaviors in straight people time)  Today I sit in the wake of my break up and I’m just wondering why am I still wrestling with all these labels and definitions?  I don’t know if that panel was beneficial for anyone in that class and based on their comments I’m sure it wasn’t, but for me I walked away with that question in mind- why does it matter? Why does it matter to me?  And now I shall indulge you with some of the questions the gay panel was subjected to by these young, brilliant minds.

Does watching gay porn as a child make you gay? Cause I think it does.

My uncle was gay and he talked normal around my dad, but when he was acting gay with gay people he talked with a lisp.  Why do gay people act that way? Why do they pretend to be gay? Oh and he died of AIDS.

I served a mission for my church and this guy I served with became gay after his mission and I’m wondering if living with all those guys for two years made him gay?

I think my friend is gay.  Should I provoke him to come out by telling him I know or that other people know?

sigh.  really?  what a bunch of assholes.