Seattle Queer Poly's Journal|
[Most Recent Entries]
Below are the 12 most recent journal entries recorded in
Seattle Queer Poly's LiveJournal:
|Tuesday, December 8th, 2009|
|Monday, March 30th, 2009|
I figured something out.
With much help and conversation with my mate, I stripped down all my problems and emotions, trying to find out what I really need in a scene.
I'm basicly trying to buy love and acceptance. That's why I feel so good when I make someone cum, but I don't feel that way when I cum myself. I feel like I earned it, when I make someone happy. That's why I was so upset about not being used at the party. I was hoping that I would get the chance to get a little love from lots of people, and didn't get enough. This is why I spent so much money on a fursuit, because inside the fursuit people will accept me and love me. That's why I buy or make or draw most things I do, hoping the recipient will be happy and I will get to feel loved. That's why I create, why I yiff, why I do most things. That's why I sometimes feel I've never had enough sex to satisfy me: I've never felt like I've been loved enough.
I feel I have to earn any love I get. And all too often, my attempts fail, or get halfhearted thanks.
So. Core problem identified.
Now I just have to figure out what to do with this. Current Mood: hopeful
|Tuesday, January 1st, 2008|
SBWN (Seattle Bisexual Women's Network) is currently meeting on the second Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:30.
NEW LOCATION!!! Please note that our temporary location for JANUARY is at Vivace Roasteria (901 E Denny Way 98122), in the glassed-in roasting room behind the coffee bar. Please watch the website for further location updates.
Meeting topic for Tuesday January 8th 2008:
"Bi All Means: welcoming monogamy, nonmonogamy, and polyamory at SBWN."
This discussion will bring everyone up to speed on the definitions, & also
frame a discussion about how SBWN can be 100% supportive of all choices and
expressions of bi relationships--without endorsing either a 'Poly' or
'Monogamous' lifestyle choice. How can we talk about & treat the issues of
bi/poly/mono within our group so everyone feels safe & heard? Women from
all points on the spectrum--married, single, monogamous, polyamorous--are
welcome and encouraged to attend.
We are open to all self-identified women 18 and over who are
interested in being part of a bisexual-positive feminist community. We meet
for social time at 6:30 pm and then start a peer-facilitated open rap with
a 7pm check-in, ending at 8:30 pm. Please join us!
Contact SBWN at (206) 331-4810 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.geocities.com/sbwn
|Friday, September 15th, 2006|
The Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
The Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is looking for volunteers to usher, staff the merchandise and will call table, help with setting up and breaking down events, serve food and drinks and more. Volunteers have a great time at the festival, meet new people, and earn coupons to see films for free.
The festival this year is Friday, October 13-Sunday, October 22nd. For more information about the festival visit www.seattlequeerfilm.com and to volunteer send an email to: email@example.com.
|Friday, February 3rd, 2006|
DISH's CD release party!
Dear Dykes, Divas, Mullets, and Queens;
You are invited to attend DISH's debut CD release party. Be one of
the first to purchase DISH's self-titled first album, which includes
fan faves "Dykey Girl", "The Woman With 10 Cats", "Amazing Taste",
and "Princess Xena".
Wrote one DISHy fan, in anticipation of this release:
"DISH is absolutely marvy, they rocked the show at the Verbena Souper
Bowl last November. Can you imagine the transformation of KD
Lang's 'Constant Craving' into 'Constant Shaving' as from the point
of view of a sex change? Very funny writing, done with perfect vocal
supporting parts. That's the kind of stuff they do, which makes for a
very entertaining car commute with this in your car cd player, which
is why it's a great purchase!"
Imagine...with a DISH CD, you can get a taste of Dirty, Delisha,
Diva, Sugar, Candy, Saucy, and Deep any time you're hungry for
irrreverently scrumptious a cappella.
So come to Salon Zaffa on Wednesday, Feb. 15th 7pm - 9pm
1550 North 34th Street, Seattle, WA
Cross street: Woodlawn and 34th, right beside the Essential Baking Company
and behind Gasworks Park in Fremont
Come have some snacks and celebrate DISH's success
with them. We'll sing selections from our CD...and more!
Kisses, The DISH newsline Current Mood: flirty
|Tuesday, July 26th, 2005|
I just created a new community for LGBTQ teens from the Seattle area. Please join!seattlegayteens
(cross-posted in several communities)
|Saturday, May 7th, 2005|
So here is my intro post (note: this is being xposted in various Seattle communities.)
I'm considering a move west end of next year and I'm scopeing out cities. I have friends in Sacramento, which might draw me there just so I know someone in the city, but it's still up for debate. I'm not a huge fan of Sacramento. I'd like to go to San Diego, but it's expensive and I'd like to succeed in the move west first and then I can relocate if so desired later. I've been looking at cities and trying to get some information. While the web is good for general stuff, a personal experience is so much better sometimes.
Tell me what you like and dislike about Seattle? How is the public transportation? Could I get by without a car? What are the better areas to live in? I've been looking and think the Capitol Hill area is nice (but having never been to any place other than the touristy spots my own experience is limited.) I looked at Craig's List and rents seem to be about what I'm looking for as far as studio prices. How's the atmosphere? Would you recommend the city?
Little about me: 25, single, bisexual, Liberal, artsy, active, and very laid back. Currently living in New England and would like to move someplace warmer. (Not like New Mexico warmer, but around 60-80 most of the year. No major snow in the winter, although an inch or two here or there wouldn't be too bad) Looking to go someplace preferably close to most major outside things (mtns, beach, woods) as I'm big on backpacking trips, rollerblading, etc. Love the rain and due to my very pale complexion not a fan of a lot of intense sun so that's a definite bonus to Seattle.
I've got plenty of time to research and gather information as I'm not moving till next year and I will be visiting Seattle in October over my break. I have been before, but like I said, not looking at the city as a potential place to live. From what I've read so far online and in books really makes me think I'd like to live there. It's got a lot of what I'm looking for.
Any and all comments and thoughts are greatly appreciated. And I'm always open to making some new friends through lj to hang with once I get moved and settled.
|Thursday, January 13th, 2005|
no one responded to my post .. so i'm out of here. let me know if this community ever starts up.
|Wednesday, January 5th, 2005|
I am only now beginning to fully appreciate ...
... how empty this community is.
For my part, I'm a 26 year old male-to-female transsexual in Seattle. I hate to define myself that way, but in a sense, it's all I've got at the moment. I have a wonderful girlfriend, and haven't really had any "relationships" outside of that. I'm certainly open to the possibility. Granted, it can be tough to find people who are open to being in a relationship with a previously committed pre-op MTF in transition. LoL!
|Saturday, November 27th, 2004|
Tonight at the Studio in Seattle 11/27
Did you hear about last weeks play party at Studio 120? It was amazing! Jerry has really gone and outdone himself again. The Studio looks great and you couldn't ask for a more gracious host. Tonight's party promises to be even better than last weeks' party. Doors open at 7:00pm and the play goes on all night. The entrance will only be $15 a person. If you haven't anounced you will be there this evening you had better do so, space will be filling up quickly. The studio is also available for rent for private parties or photo shoots. To get directions and RSVP, email Jerry @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call him @ (206) 898-7435; if you can not reach him you may call my guy (Jarrett) @ (253)405-9652. We will both be there early; so if you're looking for someone to meet to show you around and introduce you to the regulars, either ask our host Jerry or feel free to ask us if he is busy. So, if you're newer, you're invited to come have a look and see what the public scene is all about. And if you have been in the Lifestyle for a while, grab your toy bags and get on over to Studio 120. We'll see you tonight,
|Thursday, October 28th, 2004|
New Fetish Night in Tacoma!
This Tuesday, November 2nd is the very first fetish night in Tacoma at Area151. Come so you can say years from now that you were there at the beginning.
Every Tuesday at Area151's underground is Fetish night! DJ Ir0n_Gruve will be spinning dark industrial, techno, a little 80's, alt rock and some metal in a blacked out underground. The underground is an intimate space and if there is overflow the whole club holds roughly 600 people so the more the merrier.
The club's webpage is at http://www.Area151.us
, cover charge:$6 address: 3505 South Tacoma Way (near Parker Paint)
Ground rules: Over 21 only, full bar, no nudity, hats or play. Fetish dress highly encouraged but not required.
Please pass this on.
DJ Ir0n_Gruve has DJ'd at FreakManor and at the WetSpot and is proud to be part of the BDSM community. He also takes requests. DJ Ir0n_Gruve can be reached at ArmedNuclearTerrorist @ Gmail.com Current Mood: happy