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Please respect the endorsement cap of half of the WAD's, rounding up, currently at 21.
Featured Region 13 Apr 2013 and 9 Jan 2012.

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


Embassies: The FRA, Philosophy 115, Gay Equality, The Sea Of Love, Global Right Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, New Europe, the Rejected Realms, Nudist Dreamland, Atlantis, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, The Respected Realms, The SOP, Philippines, Central Pacific Empire, Hippy Haven, and 36 others.The Republic of the Netherlands, ISSU, Esquarium, Antarctic Oasis, The Federation of Dethklok 1000, Lower Canada, The United Federative of the UCE PUPPETS, Asiana, The United Feline Commonwealths, Minoa, Smiley Faces, The United Nations of Here, Funen, Laissez Faireholm, United Socialist Republics, Democratic Socialist Assembly, Muffins and other Baked Goods, The Skeleton Army, International East Union, Australia, Kotturheim, Mysterium, Bloodbender Heaven, Gay Pride, Anti Authoritarian Alliance, My Pants, Anarchy, Ankh Mauta, Nations Under the Rador, The Hyatt Islands, The Atheist Empire, Queer Nations, The Coalition of Democratic Nations, Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, Blue Tongue Graphics, and The Church of Eris.

The embassy with Queer Nations is being withdrawn. Closure expected in 3 days 7 hours.

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Regional Power: Very High

Gay contains 214 nations, the 52nd most in the world.

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As a region, Gay is ranked 116th in the world for Largest Soda Pop Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Empire of HaldanaIron Fist Consumerists“We may be repressed but we're remarkably dressed”
2.The Caldera of Incindus PyraxisWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Sleeping Volcano”
3.The Sapient Homos of Omni-PalonieCivil Rights Lovefest“Cuius testiculos habet, cardia et cerebellum habeat ”
4.The Kingdom of NicorianCorporate Police State“Order Shall Prevail”
5.The Principality of GiscuambourgWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Sumus quod dicimus”
6.The Commonwealth of PasQWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“First Us”
7.The Hedonistic Utopian Paradise of AsakyaLeft-wing Utopia“Keep love in the heart, head, and hands.”
8.The Equal Democratic Republic of SkhotlandWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Paco, Libereco, Egaleco: Unu Skhotland.”
9.The Empire of AlabayWA MemberLeft-Leaning College State“Id scire, et reflecti”
10.The Republic of EmoryWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Together, we make a whole”
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The Insane Asylum of Ki Baratan wrote:In slightly lighter fare, my research tome is officially part of the Amazon.com Kindle library. For those who wish to purchase it, the title is "Rainbow Lockers: Queer youth in sport". The foreword has been written by Conner Mertens, the first person to come out on an NCAA team while being on that team's roster. Link would be provided, but it's a different link for each nation and I'm not going to drive us all up the wall by doing that.

It feels weird for the book to be finished and out where other people can read it and have it for themselves. It also feels really weird knowing that someone actually bought it.

*shameless plug over*

Way to go.

I bought it. Happy to support. I really enjoyed your fiction story you posted previously.

Ki Baratan and BearNation

I GET TO SEE THE GIRLFRIEND TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D WOO HOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So even though me and my sister's birthday was back in february, we haven't been able to celebrate with my mother's side until tonight. Well, I got a flash drive with a bunch of lesser known Billy Joel songs, because mt uncle is a huge Billy Joel fan, bigger than I am, and so he downloaded them and gave it to me. It's awesome. Billy Joel sure's got some talent!

BearNation, VampKyrie, and Iizaarland

The Collective Minds of Marsaries wrote:I bought it. Happy to support. I really enjoyed your fiction story you posted previously.


Thank you so very very much! I can't tell you how much I appreciate that <3

Marsaries

Soda Pop AKA Soda, Pop, Soft drink, Coke, and more, depending on where you live.

top 1000: Hal, I-P

bottom 1000: BN, Fenn

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WELCOME BACK, Silent Bobby and Svorgsland!!!

I declare today to be Ki Baratan Day in honour of his literary accomplishment!

Iizaarland

PLEASE go to the Security Council thread on our forum to vote. So far, in the 24 hours since it was posted, I am the only one to have voted, one way or the other.

Repeal International Expositions Act was passed 12,220 votes to 1,510. Gay abstained, with 1 vote apiece to FOR and AGAINST.

On Scientific Cooperation is now up for vote. I hope by now you all know what to do. Let's just increase our participation, OK?

The Republic of Snoopy and Wood Stock wrote:My great great uncle wrote a book called Wiley's Island, about his time during the second world war. We have a copy, as does pretty much everyone on my father's side. It's on amazon. Also, I know tome is synonymous with book, but I've never heard anybody use it!


That's a really interesting topic, I teach history as part of my social studies classes, and it's really hard to find firsthand accounts of anything that happened during either of the wars. I'll have to have a look at it and see whether I can try to bring it into my classes, with your permission of course.

I like using terms that are a bit unusual. Tome sounds a bit more archaic and fancy, and I suppose it's closer to reality as well since it's not really a book if it's entirely online.

The Zombie Empire of LGBT Equality wrote:

I declare today to be Ki Baratan Day in honour of his literary accomplishment!


Awwww, thank you! I really appreciate that. :)

The Insane Asylum of Ki Baratan wrote:That's a really interesting topic, I teach history as part of my social studies classes, and it's really hard to find firsthand accounts of anything that happened during either of the wars. I'll have to have a look at it and see whether I can try to bring it into my classes, with your permission of course.

I like using terms that are a bit unusual. Tome sounds a bit more archaic and fancy, and I suppose it's closer to reality as well since it's not really a book if it's entirely online.

Awwww, thank you! I really appreciate that. :)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_L._Corl

I know this is from Wikipedia, but this is about the pilot of the TBF Avenger that they were flying. The book is mainly about my uncle, when he was shot down, and his time on the island. My uncle's name was Delmar Dean Wiley. I was hoping one day, on the off chance, I might be able to interview him about his experiences, but he passed away in November of 2013 at the age of 91. I was never close to him, and only met him once. He and his wife lived in California, about 30 minutes from LA. Well, his wife still does. Anyway, the pilot and bombardier were both killed, and my uncle drifted in a life raft for days. I think it was about two weeks, if my memory serves me correctly. He had a large piece of shrapnel in one of his thighs, and I believe he received. The natives on the island took care of him, and actually ended up giving him the island. After the war, he came back here to Iowa, met my grandma's sister , Doris, and they got married. If you can't obtain the book but want more information, I visit with my grandmother once or twice a week, so I can ask her anything you'd like to know. The book is called Wiley's Island. I looked online, but couldn't find it. If you're interested, here's a link to his obituary.

http://obits.ocregister.com/obituaries/orangecounty/obituary.aspx?pid=168449432

Ah. Here's an interview with him.

http://www.ww2online.org/view/delmar-wiley/segment-1

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