Monday, February 27, 2006

L Word

I have found has great recaps of the L Word for those, like me, who don't have cable, but enjoy the show. Who is your favorite character and why? Me, I like Alice. She represents the Bisexual contingent in a releatively (considering its TV) postive light.

Friday, February 24, 2006

Lets Play Chess

play chess online

A poem

I wish I had the strength a touch of your hand gives.
I wish I had the energy one of your smiles creates.
I wish I could see the sparkle of love and kindness in your eyes.
I wish I could hear the music your voice elicits.
I wish.


Brokeback Mountain

I find it quite interesting the need for some bisexuals to claim Brokeback as a “Bisexual Film”. Why not “Gay Cowboys”? In their day it was incredibly difficult for a Gay man to come out and live a completely different lifestyle. Just because the two men married and/or had relations with women does not make them bisexual. Did I say that? This coming from a woman who abhors labels! If we take a close look at the two characters, we could see Ennis as “Gay” and Jack as “Bi” or both as gay and one more determined than the other to “make normal work”. Jack wanted to live happily ever after with Ennis, but Ennis could not break out of the fear of breaking the normal mold that was instilled in him from a young age. Even at the end we see Ennis’ view of what he thinks happened to Jack; this view stemming from his childhood bias. Brokeback is a story of two men who fall in love in a small town, in a time and place such love is seen as perverted, not normal or crazy. Under those circumstances how does a relationship work and succeed? It did not work because they had been taught; their town and community had been taught to see such relationships as wrong. Why not love and relationships without labels? Why must society be critical of others who merely wish to love one another and live in peace?

You are welcome here

I wanted a space where people could come together to discuss questions for which they have found no answere or not the right input yet. I have noticed a lack of community for bisexuals (forgive the label) in the Mesa/Gilbert area and hope to encourage others out there to come together talk, share and enlighten. For those who have no idea yet; sit back and relax. Jump in when you are ready. Just learning? Unsure? Confident? Married? Dating? Nurturing? What is your philosophy on life?