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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Cranky Old Grizzly of BearNation (elected 127 days ago)

Founder: The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality

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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.

Embassies: We usually don't swap embassies with regions smaller than 10 nations or newer than 1 month, unless they are LGBT-centric.

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Regional Power: Very High

Gay contains 116 nations, the 95th most in the world.

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#NationWA CategoryMotto
21.The Hedonistic Utopian Paradise of AsakyaLeft-wing Utopia“Keep love in the heart, head, and hands.”
22.The Constitutional Monarchy of IizaarlandWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Your Crisis Is Not My Emergency... So Get Lost!”
23.The Grand Union of YousandDemocratic Socialists“One People, One Voice.”
24.The Grandes' Duchy of GiscuambourgWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Sumus quod dicimus”
25.The Fabulous Founder of LGBT EqualityAnarchy“LGBTQ Equality”
26.The Genderfluid Empire of NovantisWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Always learning, Ever-changing”
27.The Supreme Principality of Adonis IslandLeft-Leaning College State“L'égalité pour tous, devant la loi”
28.The Republic of Wolferam and HartLeft-wing Utopia“oh god what on earth is my hairdo all about?”
29.The Constitutional Monarchy of WillbondScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Growing Strong”
30.The Republic of New GriffendonWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“rhyw rhefrol heb amddiffyniad sydd orau”
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Lots of people in America,hows the hamburgers over there? :P

I actually think the hamburger stereotype of america is actually positive,similiar to swiss cheese or belgium chocolates

"An advertisement battle over the morality and acceptability of "coming out of the closet" is taking place on The Castro's buses, with different factions presenting their vehement cases on these moving billboards. Groups on all sides are demanding the government step in, soothe egos, and take action." :D

Welcome to Gay, Eriksonica!

RIP, Fabulous Rainicorns.

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The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality wrote:"An advertisement battle over the morality and acceptability of "coming out of the closet" is taking place on The Castro's buses, with different factions presenting their vehement cases on these moving billboards. Groups on all sides are demanding the government step in, soothe egos, and take action." :D

Welcome to Gay, Eriksonica!

RIP, Fabulous Rainicorns.

Is that a new NS issue?

The Liquor of Blood Wine wrote:Lots of people in America,hows the hamburgers over there? :P

North America includes Canada and Mexico, so the stereotype might not even apply.

The Evil Cult of Ghost of PoSotDM wrote:IMHO there's nothing bad in short skirts: I wear it, although rarely, and also my woman, a little more often.
The thing that hurts me when I see cheerleaders in the movies is: the boys are the champions, the girls are...hula dancing girl lamps, on the background. It seems brutally unfair, to me, and IMHO.

Short skirts are fine normally, but when 6th graders are wearing skirts 3 inches shorter that what's allowed during the school day, then we have a problem.

The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality wrote:How can being a cheerleader be sexist when there are male cheerleaders, too? That's more common at the college level.

Men are taught that cheerleading is for girls, so a lot of them aren't going to join.

The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality wrote:How can being a cheerleader be sexist when there are male cheerleaders, too? That's more common at the college level.

In that case I have to apologize for my ignorance and prejudices.
As said, I know cheerleaders only by movies, I never see a male cheerleader in movies, so I never supposed their existence.

The Fabulous Founder of LGBT Equality wrote:PoSotDM, when I'm not over-medicated and trying to speak standard English, I bring to the table my 51 years of being a native speaker, plus some 29 years of education. I am usually able to correct the English of college graduates if I were trying to be obnoxious. If you're sounding more like me, that's a tremendous compliment on how far your English has come since you started playing NS.

Anyone who insists on having control in a relationship is not only starting down the road to Psychotic Dictatorship, they are waving a big red flag provlaiming, "I AM NOT RELATIONSHIP MATERIAL." Whenever I do premarital counseling, I ask, "Is it OK to marry your partner as he (or she) is, or does something have to change first?" If they answer that something must change, IMHO the relationship is doomed. You have to seek the serenity to accept your partner as he or she is, because your partner's not going to change. Insisting on change/control is only going to annoy the both of you.

Thank you for the compliment.
I want also point that not always a person is right, so a partner that thinks different from you can be an enormous help, sometimes: by this way the couple is smarter and stronger than the mere sum of the parts.

The Holy Empire of The City of L wrote:
Short skirts are fine normally, but when 6th graders are wearing skirts 3 inches shorter that what's allowed during the school day, then we have a problem.

Without offense, but IMHO the expression "we have a problem" sounds a little bigoted.
Personally, I tend to cover myself in order to avoid excessive attentions from men (it's a quite boring and also embarassing thing).
But I'm not prejudiced towards the exposure of the human body.

The Holy Empire of The City of L wrote:Men are taught that cheerleading is for girls, so a lot of them aren't going to join.

What a pity! I guess it would be extremely funny (even if personally I don't like that image ;-) !

If i may offer a critique on your english though:

It's quite a lot of stop-go-stop-go,you would need to ask BN if it's a valid sentence/paragraph structure though

I wonder what I should get for dinner,boyfriend is out to some dinner with a friend,and I was planning to make him cook :(

The Liquor of Blood Wine wrote:If i may offer a critique on your english though:

It's quite a lot of stop-go-stop-go,you would need to ask BN if it's a valid sentence/paragraph structure though

Thank you for the suggestion.
I just beginning to not use the translator.
It's a sweet revenge for me: my Italian is high level (for example, when I write a document I turn off the automatic correction because it annoys me and it marks as "wrong" some unusual Italian words which I know to be correct), but my woman is at an even more higher level and she's also a nazi grammar....and now she's behind me in English...that's good ;-)

The Liquor of Blood Wine wrote:Lots of people in America,hows the hamburgers over there? :P

I actually think the hamburger stereotype of america is actually positive,similiar to swiss cheese or belgium chocolates

Eh, depends on where you get the beef from.

My step-mother occasionally gets beef from a friend overseas, and it is the most delicious hamburger I've ever had; fast food places can't hold a candle to it.

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