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This website is dedicated to LGBT folks who are surviving in this crazy world.

What's good for one isn't necessarily good for another.

Attempting to control the hearts and souls of the masses through force and injustice only forces the seeds of dissension to grow. History has taught this lesson repeatedly. Perhaps, we'll learn the lesson this time.

18 November 2011

Remembering People Who Have Changed Our Perspectives

I'd like to take a moment to shout out to all the people who have inspired someone else to seek self-understanding, self-awareness, and self-improvement. Some times these moments of inspiration are unintentional and sometimes they are quite intentional.

One may meet many people in a life time and it is possible that one could find inspiration in each meeting. Though, we are often guilty of letting potential moments of inspiration pass us by, we are not ignorant of the import of such moments.

Marianne Carmichael inspired me at a very young age. She passed away some years ago (cancer), yet she is still with us (in memory).

Who has inspired you? Please leave a comment if you feel like honoring them here!

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(*Please Note: We the People of the United States of America are citizens of a Constitutional Republic, a.k.a. The Republic. We are not a direct democracy like some believe. By the Constitution, we are a Representative Democracy. We elect representation to defend the Constitution and the People. We placed our faith with government in the people, not in monarchs, not in career politicians, but in the People.

You want changes? Then, it is time for you to take an active interest in the good of the Republic. Do not leave governance to career politicians. Run for office. Vote for third, fourth, and fifth parties.)

This November vote them all out!
Clean Out Congress or Bust!

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