Gay RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Cranky Old Grizzly of BearNation (elected 191 days ago)

Founder: The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality

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Fantastic
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Best
United
Lovely

Open-minded
Utterly
Sexy

Forum, IRC, FRA:
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Link#regionofgay
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Welcome! Even if you are not gay, we can certainly make you happy. This is a safe haven for you to celebrate yourself and your community - disruptive people will be shown the door.

Please endorse your democratically-elected WA Delegate, BearNation. Endo cap: 1/2 those of the WA Delegate.

Featured Region 13 Apr 2013, 9 Jan 2012.


Time till the zombie apocalypse: Linkhttp://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=time+between+now+and+30+October+22%3A00+UTC


Embassies: The FRA, Philosophy 115, Gay Equality, The Sea Of Love, Global Right Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, The Alternative Left, New Europe, the Rejected Realms, Democrats, The Exodus, Nudist Dreamland, Atlantis, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, The Respected Realms, The SOP, and 49 others.Philippines, Atheist Empire, Central Pacific Empire, Union of Socialist Confederate Republics, Leninist Russia, Lady Gaga, Hippy Haven, The Republic of the Netherlands, Morskoj, bear world, ISSU, The Great Kingdom of Prussia, Esquarium, Antarctic Oasis, Suomi, Grand Alliance Of Independant Nations, The Darwin Allied Republics, The Federation of Dethklok 1000, Lower Canada, The United Federative of the UCE PUPPETS, Asiana, Latin America, The United Feline Commonwealths, Minoa, Smiley Faces, The United Nations of Here, Funen, Laissez Faireholm, Ministreyl Union, Commonwealth of Liberty, Communist China, urkalgurk, Westphalia, United Socialist Republics, Democratic Socialist Assembly, Muffins and other Baked Goods, Tofulinearity, The Skeleton Army, International East Union, Drag Queens, Leetmerica, Australia, Kotturheim, Mysterium, Bloodbender Heaven, The Peoples Federation of Qandaristan, The International GSA, The International Communist Union, and The United Rebels.

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Regional Power: Very High

Gay contains 136 nations, the 73rd most in the world.

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The Most Extensive Civil Rights in Gay

The citizens of nations ranked highly enjoy a great amount of civil rights, or freedoms to go about their personal business without interference or regulation from government.

As a region, Gay is ranked 4,406th in the world for Most Extensive Civil Rights.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Free Land of Peace TrainAnarchy“Let me be”
12.The Republic of LGBTerrificScandinavian Liberal Paradise“I'm Terrific”
13.The Federation of The Spirit of AthineScandinavian Liberal Paradise“YES for the WA proposal to give peace a chance. ”
14.The Holy Empire of DauphinerScandinavian Liberal Paradise“The Lord of the Rings”
15.The Allied States of DSA Ambassador to GayLeft-wing Utopia“Democracy, Equality, Solidarity, Freedom”
16.The Theocracy of Bears From MarsLeft-wing Utopia“Take Me To Your Daddy!”
17.The Ephemeral Realm of SempansWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“The Hic Cambio Mundi”
18.The Republic of SenshuLeft-wing Utopia“Even the stones are moved”
19.The Most Serene Republic of Donut Bi-AllianceScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Would You Like To Try The Special?”
20.The United States of LGBT AmericaCivil Rights Lovefest“Liberty to the nonconformists!”
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Regional Poll • What shall we do about the upcoming zombie invasion?

Poll called by The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality

Voting opened 5 days ago and will close in 1 day 12 hours. Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

Last poll: “Have you ever been to a gay bar (or equivalent LGBT-oriented social venue)?”

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Gay Regional Message Board

The Colony of Naveenah wrote:for all those people who have to deal with homophobes...
smile, show them you can be strong, even if you feel weak inside.
laugh, to prove there is still joy in your heart, even if it feels like there isn't
most of all, live, so you can change the world. you might not change everyone, but if you can make a difference to someone, then you know you have done good.

AMEN!

The United Republic of -Homodia- wrote:Another online gay friend of mine tried to commit suicide, I'm so sad right now...

Gentle hugs.

Hey guys. So I just watched Ted, which was surprisingly deep for a comedy film about a talking teddy bear. But anyway... With regard to homophobes, I say life is too f***ing precious to waste it on people like that. You have to put yourself first and to hell with anyone who gets in the way of that. Anything less is a failure to value your limited time in this world correctly.

The Utopian Commonwealth of Discoveria wrote:Hey guys. So I just watched Ted, which was surprisingly deep for a comedy film about a talking teddy bear. But anyway... With regard to homophobes, I say life is too f***ing precious to waste it on people like that. You have to put yourself first and to hell with anyone who gets in the way of that. Anything less is a failure to value your limited time in this world correctly.

I enjoyed the movie. It was silly, but it did have a few deep moments.

Anyways, completely agreed. Homophobes should be ignored. What they say should have no effect on your life.

LGBTQ folks are uniquely gifted in that we get to choose our families as opposed to being stuck with those people who share bits of our genomes. The society in which you live is another matter. Even though SC is about to be forced by federal courts to recognize gay marriage, that doesn't change the reality that one can be fired from virtually any job (except federal contractors) simply for being gay. I long for the days of retirement, when I'm not shackled to any state and can choose to live wherever I like.

I actually completely disagree that homophobes should be ignored. Life is not a serenity meme. They should be called out and shamed every time they utter their disgusting and vile vitriol. Homophobia is a social construct, you don't change people's thoughts by sitting quietly in the dark being noble.

The Homotopia of Saint-Sebastian wrote:I actually completely disagree that homophobes should be ignored. Life is not a serenity meme. They should be called out and shamed every time they utter their disgusting and vile vitriol. Homophobia is a social construct, you don't change people's thoughts by sitting quietly in the dark being noble.

Homophobia is largely dying off,with the exception of the internet,which is a generational problem rather then one we can solve right now - the internet is the "final frontier" of all equal rights because it represents humanity at it's pure core

The internet is humanity's voice,unobstructed by all the other noise like politics and oppression

The internet is like Milton's 'mind': it can make a Heaven of Hell, and a Hell of Heaven. It once was the safe refuge for oppressed people, t find like minds, now it is becoming the last vestige of unkind thoughts, trying to find like minds.

Interesting viewpoints. I read an article somewhere which argued that what we're seeing is greater liberalisation in the West and greater repression in other places like Russia and Africa as a consequence and reaction to this. However I think overall the trend is definitely positive. I do agree that we owe a debt of gratitude to those who broke down barriers at their own expense.

I'm not sure I agree with your portrayal of the Internet PB. People present different facets of themselves in different situations and the Internet is no different apart from having some anonymity to make people be more open perhaps. Also the law is increasingly reaching into the Internet to regulate conduct between individuals. Some aspects of humanity are downright barbaric and cruel and the effect of this on real lives in the real world is an appropriate target for mitigation.

What are people doing this weekend?

The Utopian Commonwealth of Discoveria wrote:Interesting viewpoints. I read an article somewhere which argued that what we're seeing is greater liberalisation in the West and greater repression in other places like Russia and Africa as a consequence and reaction to this. However I think overall the trend is definitely positive. I do agree that we owe a debt of gratitude to those who broke down barriers at their own expense.

I'm not sure I agree with your portrayal of the Internet PB. People present different facets of themselves in different situations and the Internet is no different apart from having some anonymity to make people be more open perhaps. Also the law is increasingly reaching into the Internet to regulate conduct between individuals. Some aspects of humanity are downright barbaric and cruel and the effect of this on real lives in the real world is an appropriate target for mitigation.

What are people doing this weekend?

That's the beauty of the internet! no bars held,all the problems out in the open and available to be solved!

Solve them on the internet,solve them forever and everyhere

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