It's time


I tend to avoid controversial topics, mainly because I'm for free love and I'm in free fall and I don't like the limitations of others to bring me down. (And by limitations, I am referring to the people who have nasty things to say about certain communities of people)

I posted this on my FB over the weekend as a shout out to my many LGBT friends, and then I started seeing it all over the place on blog world, so I am just going to go ahead and share my thought on this.

I am friends with girls who are now boys and I am friends with boys who are now girls.

I am friends with guys who love guys and girls who love other girls.

I am friends with guys who use to love girls and now they love guys, and I am friends with girls who use to love boys and now they love girls.

I am friends with people who just love, and that is the category that I put myself in. At one point in my life, if I would have fallen in love with a female I would have gone with it. I happened to fall in love with a beautiful person, who happens to be a man.

I don't consider myself anything other than a free loving spiritual & scientific woman of the universe. I will love you regardless of your sexual orientation, I will love you if you are religious, I will love you if you are atheist, I will love you if you are black, white, yellow, green, translucent.. democrat, republican. LOVE IS LOVE.  All of my friends and non-friends are equally beautiful and wonderful, and they all deserve to be treated and loved equally.

We all deserve equal rights.



ps. please leave negatives to yourself, there is only room for love here. Thanks.


  1. Excellent post! My views on myself are pretty rigid (I love girls and would never fall in love with a boy lol), but I accept anybody for who they are. I have friends and classmates of all different orientations and I view them equally. We all want the same things in life - love, respect, happiness. How a person pursues these ideals is up to them, and it's not our place to judge.

    I saw that commercial a few days ago. Total goosebumps.


  2. I LOVE this post! I feel the same way. I'm a woman and love men but I accept all LGBT people and support them. Thank you for this.

  3. I totally agree and I wish more people would keep their negative thoughts to themselves. I am actually reviewing a book tomorrow called "Conversations and Cosmopolitans" about a guy who came out to his parents via a letter (true story) and the book is cowritten by him and his mom. It's really endearing and I love it.


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