Gay RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Commonwealth of Cale Nova (elected )

Founder: The Safe Haven of LGBT Equality

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Most Nations: 39th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 43rd Most Influential: 262nd+16
Most Rebellious Youth: 854th Most Cultured: 989th Nicest Citizens: 1,034th Most Inclusive: 1,130th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,148th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,183rd Smartest Citizens: 1,252nd Nudest: 1,324th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,442nd Largest Black Market: 1,520th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,637th Most Cheerful Citizens: 1,698th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,854th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,896th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,906th Most Secular: 1,912th
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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. LGBTQ and straight ally raiders are welcome so long as they respect our defender status.
Disruptive people will be shown to the door.

Please respect the endorsement cap of half of the WAD's, rounding up, currently at 36.
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.



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    Members of the regional government (2017)

    FactbookPolitics by LGBT Equality . 1,133 reads.

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    Constitution of Gay (Dec 2014)

    FactbookLegislation by LGBT Equality . 1,921 reads.

  3. 12

    History of Gay

    FactbookOverview by LGBT Equality . 771 reads.

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    Halloween

    FactbookHistory by LGBT Equality . 154 reads.

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    In Memory of Fennijer

    FactbookHistory by LGBT Equality . 1,605 reads.

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Tags: LGBT, Offsite Forums, Democratic, Regional Government, Featured, Issues Player, Social, Defender, Enormous, Anti-Fascist, Role Player, Map, and 1 other.World Assembly.

Regional Power: Very High

Gay contains 305 nations, the 39th most in the world.

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The Largest Information Technology Sector in Gay

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As a region, Gay is ranked 2,577th in the world for Largest Information Technology Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Republic of EmoryCivil Rights Lovefest“Together, we make a whole”
12.The Free Land of CanduriInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Acta non verba”
13.The Disputed Territories of Red Hook and Fort GreeneCapitalist Paradise“We Shall Rid Ourselves of DUMBO and Gowanus, or Die!”
14.The Republic of CanaetraCivil Rights Lovefest“By the people and for the people”
15.The High Nation of UteralCivil Rights Lovefest“Want A Pill?”
16.The Republic of RhenoraCorporate Bordello“Humility”
17.The Commonwealth of Cale NovaCivil Rights Lovefest“Justice, Liberty and Equality”
18.The Democratic Republic of UrdustanScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Once Urdustan, Always Urdustan.”
19.The Mystical Blue Ellipse of The Holy XanaxiaFather Knows Best State“All Praise the Blessed Xanaxia”
20.The Most Serene Republic of Arean WaveCapitalist Paradise“Just Stop It”
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Gay Regional Message Board

Yesterday was something of a rollercoaster for me, emotionally. I started the day alternatively seething and dejected about this entire sad political affair, but as the day went on my spirits lifted.

I was amazed to see the Women's March and how there were apparently 373 or so official marched across the entire world. The American press is notoriously self-absorbed, but on BBC there was footage of different marches happening across the world, in places as unsuspecting as Copenhagen, Nairobi, and even in Antarctica. There were about 500,000 in Washington, D.C. and 400,000 in New York City alone, which is a huge showing. Also, only 10% of Trump's votes came from people aged 18-29, compared with 19-20% of Hillary's, so that is also encouraging.

This is the time, when everyone who isn't a straight, white male has been essentially disenfranchised to a greater or lesser extent, for people all over the world and especially inside the United States to stand up, rediscover their activism and collective interests, and to use this time spent in exile from the halls of government to energize people on the local and regional levels. We need to work together now to make sure that the ill-conceived presidency of Trump is not a return to power in the long term, but rather a "last stand" of so many social and cultural forces that had appeared to be going--more or less quietly--into that good night.

We have demographics on our side, but as we just learned, that's not an excuse to drop all other strategies and outreach programs. We need everyone: the young, black, trans woman from the Bronx and also the older, white, hetero male from West Virginia who both share a commitment to respect, virtue, compassion, etc. If this progressive vision is to be worth anything, we have to move beyond old categories of oppressor and oppressed, and invite everyone into a new, equal, and fundamentally-positive project for the future. If we essentially "give up" on white people, small-town people, or uneducated people, then we're automatically only playing with about half the deck.

Catanthia, The Horseland, Cale Nova, Ace Pride, and 1 otherGingerspice Lands

The Borderlands of The Coal Region wrote:Yesterday was something of a rollercoaster for me, emotionally. I started the day alternatively seething and dejected about this entire sad political affair, but as the day went on my spirits lifted.
I was amazed to see the Women's March and how there were apparently 373 or so official marched across the entire world. The American press is notoriously self-absorbed, but on BBC there was footage of different marches happening across the world, in places as unsuspecting as Copenhagen, Nairobi, and even in Antarctica. There were about 500,000 in Washington, D.C. and 400,000 in New York City alone, which is a huge showing. Also, only 10% of Trump's votes came from people aged 18-29, compared with 19-20% of Hillary's, so that is also encouraging.
This is the time, when everyone who isn't a straight, white male has been essentially disenfranchised to a greater or lesser extent, for people all over the world and especially inside the United States to stand up, rediscover their activism and collective interests, and to use this time spent in exile from the halls of government to energize people on the local and regional levels. We need to work together now to make sure that the ill-conceived presidency of Trump is not a return to power in the long term, but rather a "last stand" of so many social and cultural forces that had appeared to be going--more or less quietly--into that good night.
We have demographics on our side, but as we just learned, that's not an excuse to drop all other strategies and outreach programs. We need everyone: the young, black, trans woman from the Bronx and also the older, white, hetero male from West Virginia who both share a commitment to respect, virtue, compassion, etc. If this progressive vision is to be worth anything, we have to move beyond old categories of oppressor and oppressed, and invite everyone into a new, equal, and fundamentally-positive project for the future. If we essentially "give up" on white people, small-town people, or uneducated people, then we're automatically only playing with about half the deck.

I would very much agree.

We had a similar demographic problem over here with the Brexit referendum. The vast majority of older people voted Leave, whereas the vast majority of younger people voted Remain. There is a direct correlation between the probable number of years you have left to live and the likelihood of you voting Leave - fewer years = more likely. As you might expect, this has led to a LOT of fury and resentment directed towards the elderly from the young, who (somewhat rightly) believe our future has been stolen by a bunch of racists who don't have to live to see the consequences of their actions, whereas we have to put up with them for the rest of our lives.

However, the fact that most young people seem to be liberal, progressive, cosmopolitan and well-educated is a step in the right direction. They will be the voters of the next few decades. They will, hopefully, raise their children to be just as liberal, progressive, cosmopolitan and well-educated, and so the cycle will continue.

I don't think that Brexit, Trump, Le Pen etc mean we're stepping backwards vis--vis civil rights. I think we've just sort of stalled, but we'll get the engine up and running again soon enough with a bit of luck. If you need a sign of hope, look at the number of people - mainly young people - who turned out to support Bernie Sanders in the primaries.

The Horseland, Cale Nova, and The Coal Region

I've been drinking lads

Infidel State

The Unwashed Masses of Shanbao wrote:hey I'm back

Lets have a meme orgy and play epicmafia

Shanbao and Novi-Raventsvo

The INWU Ambassador of Novi-Raventsvo wrote:I've been drinking lads

Congrats. Favorite drink?

The Murican Nation of Otis-T wrote:Congrats. Favorite drink?

Beer.
I went to the liquor store and asked for their cheapest beer, I then walked out with a case (carton) of very nice Dutch beer for $30.

The INWU Ambassador of Novi-Raventsvo wrote:Beer.
I went to the liquor store and asked for their cheapest beer, I then walked out with a case (carton) of very nice Dutch beer for $30.

I can't drink bear, hard cider is better. I also like tequila, but it's gotta be good tequila or else it sucks.

The Theocracy of Infidel State wrote:Lets have a meme orgy and play epicmafia


You got me at orgy.

Everything else is irrelevant.

The INWU Ambassador of Novi-Raventsvo wrote:Beer.
I went to the liquor store and asked for their cheapest beer, I then walked out with a case (carton) of very nice Dutch beer for $30.


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