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Seattle WA $650 This queer, butch, femme, collective house is worth the rent! [18 Dec 2011|12:32pm]

$650 This queer, butch, femme, collective house is worth the rent!
(Central Area)
This enormous Victorian house is worth the money. You should check us out before you pay less for less. If you want to love the place you live in, this is the home for you. We all enjoy life, welcome new folks and guests into our home, and value our shared life here, in this 107-year old house and classic, Seattle neighborhood. We know our neighbors, the neighbors visit, and we have annual yard-sales and block parties. The house is elegant, neatly kept by all of us, and just funky enough to be really comfortable. There are rooms here one does not find in modern houses. We have a parlor and a front room. Ample cooks kitchen, including an outdoor urban fire-pit. And a dining room. There are three bathrooms, a basement for some storage, and a laundry room. The ceilings are high, there are hardwood floors, a nice backyard with flowers, a picnic table and herb/veggie garden. We like entertaining here. It is the kind of living situation you could bring your boss to and have a professional meeting, or you could bring your friends here for a fun party. We've got it all! If you are a queer female, please call us and check out this great situation. Please, no cigarettes, no canines or other felines.
Here's who we are: Four omnivores, plus three rescue kitties. Our occupations are: semi retired national parks bear-relocator, construction safety manager, private chef/costumer, and beer-geek/tour guide/nutritionist (Yes...that last entry is all one person.). Your room 9 ½ X 14. It has a window, wireless, DirectTV, landline, and a large closet. The rent is very worth the lifestyle you get when you live here!! $650 plus utilities/expenses. The freshly painted room and your new amazing, elegant, fun life are available now. You may move in now or Jan. 1st.

Call 206-783-4409
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Artist Opening "Outside the Lines" a new show by S.M. "Blue" Selby. [04 Jan 2011|06:51am]

The artist opening is Thursday, January 13, from 7 to 9 pm @ Sunlight Cafe 6403 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6617 (206) 522-9060.

This is your opportunity to meet me and get your questions answered about the art or the artist. Also, at the opening January 13 only, you can view Urban Serpent, a 22-piece glazed ceramic installment.

The photograph below (by me) is an image of Urban Serpent in its natural habitat.

Urban Serpent
Urban Serpent

All images are for sale. You can also special order different size, or any other image from my web site, www.artdykes.com. To arrange a purchase please call Blue @206 359-5230.

It has been written that I, "S.M. "Blue" Selby transcends the everyday via SLR and LCD. A landscape, a crow, a dew-bejeweled bridge, and the moon become icons either by unblinking exposure via digital SLR, or by destroying and recreating via the kaleidoscope of PhotoShop. Blue has spent a half century in the Pacific Northwest, creating art as musician, sculptor, stand-up comedian, and photographer."

Come see for yourself.
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New & old web sites [28 Sep 2010|07:36am]

New site for Artdykes

Old site for Artdykes

Which do you like better & why?

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pet shop boys finally touring in the states [10 Jun 2009|05:12pm]

is anyone going to see psb when they go on tour in the states? they're playing the Moore on Sept 20. it feels like it's been forever since they were here! brooklyn vegan has them listed as playing a bunch of shows:

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Washington Decline to Sign Referendum 71 [23 May 2009|11:03am]

There is a signature drive for referendum 71 to eliminate the Domestic Partnership Expansion Law of 2009 in Washington state. The new law gives many of the rights of marriage to same-sex couples, without changing the current state definition.

Protect equal rights pledge to decline to sign referendum 71.
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Yes!!!! The new Pet Shop Boys album is out now. [24 Apr 2009|01:14am]

Any Pet Shop Boys fans out there? I'm assuming so... they have a new album out now and it's so so so good... i'm kind of a super fan so i'm spreading the love, etc :).


Yes on iTunes
"Love, Etc." Video
PSB Video Medley
PSB Yes Magamix on Out.com

Pet Shop Boys Snake Game
Pet Shop Boys Performing at the Brits with Brandon Flowers and Lady Gaga

Official Website

You can hear the album via this widget, which is cool... but worth buying imho:
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Move to seattle [03 Mar 2009|11:42am]

I'm currently in the process of moving to seattle. I was wondering what everyone uses for internet. Does everyone use comcast? is there an alternative to comcast? is there fiber optic availability such as FiOS? I will be 3 blocks from the QFC at Broadway and Harrison. If anyone has any info that would be helpful please let me know. We are 3 gamer/techie geeks and like our connections fast and loose. well maybe not so much loose but preferably fast.
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Housing in seattle [25 Jan 2009|09:06pm]

Hey if anyone knows of any places for rent in seattle we are currently looking for a 3 bedroom place. preferably on capitol hill and it needs to allow a cat. We are three professionals that are looking for a place together. We are looking at about 2200 or less. preferably less. it doesn't have to be right on broadway but being within walking distance would be nice.
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Did Obama Team Play us On Bishop Robinson? [19 Jan 2009|01:21pm]

During the inauguration kick off party at the Lincoln Memorial, openly gay Bishop Gene Robinson of the Diocese of NH gave the opening prayer.

The problem is it was not televised by HBO or NPR and there were 'technical difficulties' making it nearly impossible for the crowd of 500,000 to hear a word.

Demand to know why Bishop Robinson was part of the "pre-show" and therefore not taped.

More info and contact info at http://queersunited.blogspot.com/2009/01/did-obama-team-play-us-over-bishop.html
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Diversity Lesson 101: LGBT/Queer Little People [23 Dec 2008|12:41pm]

Little People like LGBT people are considered "freaks of nature", they get stares and people misunderstand them. In looking for resources for Little LGBT People, I found virtually nothing. I decided, to make an entry to educate people about little people as well as provide as much info as I can for LGBT Little People. It is my sincere hope that LGBT Little People can find solace, comfort and community and that they can begin to network and build a foundation and support system for their own sub-section of the community.

For more info and resources on LGBT Little People, check out:
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Call for peace-keepers [11 Nov 2008|04:55pm]

[ mood | chipper ]


We need peace-keepers for the Saturday's Seattle protest, which is part of the nationwide protest coiled_metal announced here.

We need YOU and your super pessimistic friend who keeps claiming there are no intelligent and cute folks to date in Seattle to do a little community service. Not only will you be there to protest your outrage against prop 8 BUT you two will have the distinct opportunity to make sure everyone plays nice.

Washington's page: http://jointheimpact.wetpaint.com/page/Washington

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worth the listen... [10 Nov 2008|09:44pm]


WHEN: SATURDAY 11/15 click to find your city location here.

The Woman I love!
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Speechless... [04 Nov 2008|11:01pm]

I have never felt this good about my fellow citizens, my country, about an election as I do right now.
Thank you everyone for voting!
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Proposition 8 Videos - hilarious [14 Oct 2008|03:55pm]

These are great videos that are urging people to vote against prop 8... check them out... the second one stars margaret cho

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Imagine [14 Oct 2008|08:26am]

If the world could vote in the next US election
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John McCain's Chief of Staff Being Outed Today! [22 Sep 2008|02:05pm]

Sources have confirmed to me that Mark Buse John McCain's chief of staff is being outed today! Stay tuned for more info!

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Who's going to be America's next daddy? [28 Aug 2008|10:56pm]

Poll #1250002 Who you going to vote for on Nov 4th?
This poll is closed.

44th President of the United Stated of America

Republican: Angry Leprechaun (John McCaine)
Independent, Natural Law Party: Ralph Nader
Libertarian: Robert L. 'Bob' Barr
U.S. Taxpayers: Charles O. 'Chuck' Baldwin
Green Party, Peace and Freedom: Cynthia Ann McKinney
Democratic: Barack H. Obama
I am a felon and can not vote.
I will only cast my vote in WoW.
I do not believe in the US election process.
I don't bother, as I don't believe it really counts or matters.
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Obama Pride - Video Collage [20 Jul 2008|05:16pm]

Collage of videos demonstrating Obama's commitment to the Queer community!
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Global Queer Rights - Take Action!!! [03 Jun 2008|10:41am]

TAKE ACTION: Support LGBT Rights Worldwide!Collapse )
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Queer Liberationist or Gay Assimilationist? [19 May 2008|09:34am]

There are two opposing political viewpoints when it comes to advocacy and than of course there are a variety of more moderate middleground opinions that fall in between the Queer Liberationists and Gay Assimilationist camps.

Gay Assimilationists - This ideology is to make gay/lesbian people seem like average, normal everyday citizens in the eyes of the general public. They want to make the case that gay families deserve equal rights and recognition and they want what everyone else wants: a house with a white picket fence and 2.5 kids. Some Gay Assimilationists are not inclusive of Bisexuals or Transgender people because they feel these groups hurt the gay rights movement. This is not the case for all Assimilationists and many seek to include all LGBT people and create a sense of assimilation into the general society. Gay Assimilationists often seek to advance their agenda through corporate sponsorships and see getting big business and government on their side as a way to advance equality. The assimilationists strive to paint the LGBT community as being no different than the heterosexual world and just want to fit in. They want the rights to marriage, the rights to adoption, to serve freely and openly in the military. Part of achieving these means, Gay Assimilationists seek to tone down the sexual aspect of gay pride, they feel that sexuality is one component of gay relationships and seek to emphasize much more the loving, financial, community, and faith based aspects of LGBT relationships.

Queer Liberationists - This camp of political theory views gender and sexuality in non-conformist ways. They do not apologize for the differences of Queer individuals and do not seek to "fit in". They embrace the idea of "We're Here, We're Queer, Get Used to it!" and believe society must change to accept them rather than they change to mold into hetero-normative society. Queer Liberationists are often but not always concerned with Queer issues as they relate not only to LGBT people but also to capitalism, anti-militarism, sexism, racism and other aspects of social justice. They are less concerned with same-sex marriage, adoption, and don't ask don't tell. Many times but not always they are against the institution of marriage altogether, feel gays are liberated from the idea of raising kids, and are against gays serving in the military because they are anti-military to begin with. Queer Liberationists often disagree with the idea of corporate partnerships and having big business and government intervene in LGBT issues. Queer Liberationists do not seek to hide their sexuality and gender expression, they seek to embrace it and encourage what has conventionally been frowned upon as inappropriate.

These are two diametrically opposed political camps. Most people have various opinions that don't fall so heavily into one party or the other. Where do you lie and what are your thoughts?

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