Lesbian couple from Sacramento CA

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Lesgirls08
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Lesbian couple from Sacramento CA

Post by Lesgirls08 » Fri May 16, 2008 9:44 pm

Hello all,

We enjoyed a rushed first year last year and are excited to be spending the whole week this year. We are a couple married for 2 years. We love to laugh and have fun. We are looking for other lesbians to spend time with on the playa maybe even a lesbian camp or lesbian friendly camp. This year should be really exciting and I hope to meet lots of new friends and have some great nights.

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Post by Simon of the Playa » Sat May 17, 2008 8:54 am

must resist......no.....no.....down.....happy place happy place.....breathe....


calm.........exhale.......



ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.


i apologize for the thoughts that were almost typed...they were negative and unconstructive, and so therefore a detriment to all concerned.

i am NOT writing this under duress and there is NOT a huge bull-dyke with a baseball bat standing behind me as i type this. This is of my own free will and volition, and the Indigo girls Rock.


now i think i'll go adopt a korean baby, name it zoe, and drive it around in my teal colored pick-up truck.
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Post by oneeyeddick » Sat May 17, 2008 1:31 pm

HEY !!!......THAT'S NOT FUNNY !!!!
























































































Hold on.............oh yeah, I guess it is kinda funny. :oops:




































oops............I guess it isn't funny at all, kinda degrading actually. Dammit.































































































































................................................................................but it is sorta funny
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Since when aren't fem mullets and Melissa Etheridge funny?

Post by lonestoner916 » Sat May 17, 2008 5:38 pm

I heart lesbians!
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Post by mdmf007 » Sun May 18, 2008 8:32 am

ouch -

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Post by Boijoy » Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:23 am

I don't think lesbian couples are allowed at BM. You might have to split up to be welcomed in any camp. Try here.... Gypsy Witch Camp.
:) Stay clear of ED .. she's recently single and a Horn Dog. Very cute though. :wink:
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Post by marcgorcey » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:14 am

I always have a good time at Iron Rose...

Good music and good talkin' and good hangin' out
We are looking for other lesbians to spend time with on the playa maybe even a lesbian camp or lesbian friendly camp. This year should be really exciting and I hope to meet lots of new friends and have some great nights.

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Post by moshe! » Wed Aug 05, 2009 1:21 pm

Out of curiousity, are you guys, by any chance, lesbians?

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Post by Deb Prothero » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:49 pm

They're probably not lesbians - more likely just boys! Common on eplaya but spread out on the playa so as not to be soooo obnoxious.

Black Rock City is probably one of the most GLBT-friendly places in the US. But it still needs a Pride Parade. This year will be the second year for the Pride Parade which started after a nasty incident of redneck behaviour in 2007.

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Post by ChillyFire » Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:49 pm

oh god, no rednecks.

please.



thank you =]


unless you're an unredneck redneck.

or if you're a Native American :D then its all cool
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Post by SilverOrange » Thu Aug 06, 2009 9:38 am

Are educated and somewhat enlightened rednecks alright?

And by the way this is an old thread resurrected by a very sneaky spammer...just so you know.

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Post by Boijoy » Thu Aug 06, 2009 11:26 am

ohhhhh helll noooo.. ya'll AIN'T callin' me no redneck. :-)
I'm a LESBO.. lesbian potato :)
ok, who can come up with the best joke crossing lesbians and potatos?
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Post by Deb Prothero » Thu Aug 06, 2009 1:07 pm

SilverOrange wrote:Are educated and somewhat enlightened rednecks alright?
Yes, most certainly since it demonstrates capacity to learn and accept new ideas!
And by the way this is an old thread resurrected by a very sneaky spammer...just so you know.
Thanks for the heads up, SO. That explains why the boys in the know were acting like boys. :D

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Post by Deb Prothero » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:50 pm

Seems maybe I should clarify my use of the term redneck. OR never use the word again.

Redneck is a negative stereotype and it is wrong for me to use it to describe the people who were hurtful toward the gay camp in 2007 and which resulted in the first GLBT pride parade in 2008.

Help me, if you will, to find another way to describe people who would hurt other humans in this way. What's a better word than "redneck".

Every kind of person is welcome at Burning Man. I really do believe in radical inclusion and I guess that's why this thread ticked me off a little. But since SO has stated this was just a troll, I guess I should just ignore the nasty chatter about lesbians.

I'm a little sensitive to negative stuff against GLBT people. I have two brothers and one son who are gay. In our society, it is still not safe to be "out" and my family members have experienced incredibly hurtful and damaging harassment even physical violence. And this has come from others who joke around just like you guys were doing.

I apologize for not realizing that this was all a joke. Forgive me for being serious. Carry on, and fuk yer day, as KK would say.

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