Page 7 of 97 FirstFirst ... 23456789101112 ... LastLast
Results 181 to 210 of 2888

Thread: The Gays* Only Thread

  1. #181
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    JorgeC

    I really like what what Courtney suggested. You might also want to consider Morrow Bay or the 5 Cities area (Arroyo Grande, Pismo, etc.). I have family friends who spend their anniversary every year at a fantastic, pet friendly B&B in Morrow Bay each year, but the name of the place is slipping my mind :/

    If you have the money, frequent flyer miles, and a pet-sitter, I'd suggest getting some kind of deal on Southwest and checking out a new city for a weekend. Portland or even Vancouver could be potential destinations if you're willing to spend the money for plane tickets?

    Also JorgeC, I'm wondering how life is as a gay man in Ontario? Isn't the Inland Empire pretty conservative? I heard that a neo-nazsi was running for mayor/office down there a couple months ago. I'm just curious because I don't think I'll get into UC Santa Cruz or Davis, but I might be offered admittance to UC Riverside and I just want to get a feel for how gay friendly the IE is?

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  2. #182
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Oh, and if you do enjoy wine tasting and old missions/churches, I highly recommend Santa Ynez wine country. It's not too far - just north of Santa Barbara but more inland. Home to Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch.

    They have tons of spas, wine tasting, and hiking in a fairly beautiful setting (a little too hot/dry for my liking).

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  3. #183
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixiessp View Post
    There are no other lesbians on this board* so may I make a home here?

    * There is Tessa but I'm quite certain she is a board appointed one.
    Missed this post. Don't know how I could possibly have flown by a gorgeous Polly Jean avatar. You are most certainly welcome here, lady! So... forgive the silly question, but which artist on the lineup do you think will be the biggest lesbian draw this year? I'm thinking Erykah Badu for the majority and Warpaint for the really cool indie lesbians with haircuts like this:



    Quote Originally Posted by weareyourfriends View Post
    JorgeC
    Also JorgeC, I'm wondering how life is as a gay man in Ontario? Isn't the Inland Empire pretty conservative? I heard that a neo-nazsi was running for mayor/office down there a couple months ago. I'm just curious because I don't think I'll get into UC Santa Cruz or Davis, but I might be offered admittance to UC Riverside and I just want to get a feel for how gay friendly the IE is?
    The I.E. is not gay friendly, but it's getting better. I worked out there for a short while. A friend's younger brother went to UCR and had a miserable time. His transfer to Santa Cruz was the best thing that happened to him. SC is very gay friendly. I think this depends upon whether you're an undergrad or grad student and whether you're looking for some sort of gay communal college experience or if you're cool with just a couple of gay friends. If it's the former, UCR is not for you.
    Last edited by RageAgainstTheAoki; 02-01-2011 at 06:49 PM.

  4. #184
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    The I.E. is not gay friendly, but it's getting better. I worked out there for a short while. A friend's younger brother went to UCR and had a miserable time. His transfer to Santa Cruz was the best thing that happened to him. SC is very gay friendly. I think this depends upon whether you're an undergrad or grad student and whether you're looking for some sort of gay communal college experience or if you're cool with just a couple of gay friends. If it's the former, UCR is not for you.
    Yeah, I'm really worried that I won't get into Santa Cruz. I know it's incredibly progressive with its Women/Gender & Sexuality Studies program and is very gay friendly, but I really don't think I'll get in anymore.

    My ideal school would be midsize (12-18k students) and would have a reputation for being liberal/gay-friendly. My first choice that I've been accepted to so far is SUNY Purchase which is about 30 minutes north of NYC. My problem with it is that it's super artsy/liberal, but it's only about 4,000 students. I can appreciate cool/weird art and music, but I'm afraid that the entire school will be gay cigarette smoking hipsters. I'd like to find a little diversity in the homos that I go to school with, so I was just wondering if Riverside (a school with 17,500 students) would be a decent option?

    Universities tend to be generally liberal/progressive and if researchers are saying that the "10% of the population is gay-rule" is a conservative gestimate, I figured Riverside could be a decent option...

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  5. #185
    DJ SallyBear sbessiso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    SF
    Posts
    27,739

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    OK well im going to see *this guy* tonight. Im going in with no agenda and will just play it by ear. Cool?
    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Coyne
    People treat Arcade Fire like they're the greatest thing ever and they get away with it.

  6. #186
    Member caeden's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Location
    wichita, ks
    Posts
    847

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sbessiso View Post
    OK well im going to see *this guy* tonight. Im going in with no agenda and will just play it by ear. Cool?
    very cool... this is how it should be.
    Quote Originally Posted by kvnty View Post
    You little cock sucker, menikmati. This is a fucking violation of compliance and you will fucking pay, you little pig.

  7. #187
    old school JorgeC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Ontario
    Posts
    3,319

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney View Post
    Sex with a hooker is definitely not part of my normal "cheer up" repertoire.
    It was offered half-jokingly. I know he loves sex (as do I) and we are always trying to help each other out in the "fulfill your fantasy" type scenarios. Before ending up with me he usually dated big/dumb jock type guys. Since i'm nothing of the sort, i've always wanted to get him a hooker that looked like Ronnie from Jersey Shore. I told him if he wants to return the favor, he can get me a hooker that looks like Ryan Reynolds.

    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney View Post
    I would probably spend the weekend at The Parker in Palm Springs getting relaxed with maybe a pedicure and a facial at their in-house spa.

    Or, for his love of history, you could go up to the San Luis Obispo area, find a cute gay-friendly B&B and maybe spend one day doing Hearst Castle, and the other a hike and wine tasting in the Paso Robles area (I've seen folks bring dogs into quite a few of those tasting rooms).

    Or, go luxury camping. Rent a cabin, safari tent or yurt at El Capitan Canyon outside of Santa Barbara, and enjoy snuggling up in front of a camp fire, making smores and whatnot. Hike the surrounding trails, or enjoy a horseback ride.
    These are great ideas. We've talked about going to Hearst Castle before, i'm going to check into that. Luxury camping also sounds great since i've done the other kind of camping and my back hurt for a week.

    Quote Originally Posted by SoulDischarge View Post
    Rent a shitty hotel in Chicago and huddle together as the blizzard outside rages on.
    we did this in Paris one day when we got hit with snow and didn't want to go outside (the superlate night before helped us make that decision). Next time we hit Chicago will be to see IAMX on his next tour, we'll be sure to grab a drink with you Patrick.

    Quote Originally Posted by RageAgainstTheAoki View Post
    Jorge, the longest relationship I've been in lasted 8 months so I'm probably not a good resource for "big" anniversary suggestions. Does he enjoy wine? Perhaps one of those all-inclusive winery packages in Napa Valley or down in Temecula? Hotel, spa, wine tastings, great meals, horseback riding. Napa would probably be more gay friendly. I also agree that an Atlantis style cruise doesn't sound quite right for your bf; at least not the way you've described him. If he's more of a homebody and is feeling self conscious about his weight is he really going to enjoy a gay cruise? Let's face it, on those cruises if your body fat percentage is above 3% you're probably going to feel a bit out of place.

    BTW, I think it's very sweet of you to think of what he'd prefer for this anniversary celebration; especially since he's been in a bit of slump. What a good bf you are. Congrats on making it to 10 years!
    Thanks Rage! I've never been on a cruise before, but have friends that have been and they say it's really fun and depending on the cruise line, is either a big whorefest with a bunch of weho gymbunny queens (the 3% body fat guys you mention above) or a more broad representation of the gay community with lots of guys/girls (and families!) of all ages, shapes and colors. I think we'd enjoy the latter.

    Quote Originally Posted by weareyourfriends View Post
    JorgeC

    I really like what what Courtney suggested. You might also want to consider Morrow Bay or the 5 Cities area (Arroyo Grande, Pismo, etc.). I have family friends who spend their anniversary every year at a fantastic, pet friendly B&B in Morrow Bay each year, but the name of the place is slipping my mind :/

    If you have the money, frequent flyer miles, and a pet-sitter, I'd suggest getting some kind of deal on Southwest and checking out a new city for a weekend. Portland or even Vancouver could be potential destinations if you're willing to spend the money for plane tickets?

    Also JorgeC, I'm wondering how life is as a gay man in Ontario? Isn't the Inland Empire pretty conservative? I heard that a neo-nazsi was running for mayor/office down there a couple months ago. I'm just curious because I don't think I'll get into UC Santa Cruz or Davis, but I might be offered admittance to UC Riverside and I just want to get a feel for how gay friendly the IE is?
    Southwest does have some great deals, but with the bigger trip in the fall (either europe or planning on following IAMX around the US for a week or 2), can't really swing that, but I appreciate the wine country suggestions from everyone. Neither of us are much into wine, unless it's white and supersweet (we both like Riesling...which he only tried at first cuz it's german...), but we're always down to try more.

    In regards to living as a gay man in Ontario, socially there is not a lot of gay stuff going on, just a few bars (VIP, Oasis, Alibi, The Hookup), but there are still a LOT of gays out here. I do bowl in a gay bowling league (about 75 people, mostly older) and have lots of gay and straight friends. In terms of prejudice, I'm completely open at my job, i've never been gaybashed (physically or verbally) and feel completely comfortable when my partner and I go out to eat, shopping, movies, etc. Are there a higher proportion of bros/meatheads/skinheads/generally stupid people? Probably, but since I don't hang out in places that attract that crowd (every bar in the IE Weekly comes to mind...) i've not come across a situation where someone has had a problem with my sexuality. When I hang out with my str8 friends, it's usually at shows/dives bars/happy hours, some gay friendly/some not, but never felt like i was in danger or that i couldn't be myself. I guess i don't really know how to explain it. Wherever I go, i'm myself and I don't notice if other people like it or not.

    This is all speaking as a gay man in my 30s (early 30's bitches!). I have friends in their 20s and most would say that they'd rather live in LA. Same guys drive there whenever possible (mostly for nightlife). If you end up going to school at UCR, while it's not known for being superliberal/gay, at least you'll be close to Coachella/GlassHouse/Fox and only an hour away from all the LA venues and 90 min away from all the SD venues. You have to think of this in terms of music, not proximity to gays, where are your priorities?
    Quote Originally Posted by guedita View Post
    Which healthcare provider will euthanize you the fastest as a service to society?
    8/2&3 HARD Summer - 8/7 Arctic Monkeys@Staples - 8/8 Cut Copy@Brooklyn Bowl - 8/22 NIN@Verizon - 8/23&24 FYF Fest - 9/2 Bear in Heaven@Echoplex - 9/4 Phantogram@Fox Pomona - 9/6 Atmosphere@Palladium - 9/10 Britney Spears - 10/8 Gus Gus@Roxy - 10/10 Twin Shadow@Glass House

  8. #188
    old school JorgeC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Ontario
    Posts
    3,319

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sbessiso View Post
    OK well im going to see *this guy* tonight. Im going in with no agenda and will just play it by ear. Cool?
    how'd it go last night? was it the one that you met around xmas or the new one?
    Quote Originally Posted by guedita View Post
    Which healthcare provider will euthanize you the fastest as a service to society?
    8/2&3 HARD Summer - 8/7 Arctic Monkeys@Staples - 8/8 Cut Copy@Brooklyn Bowl - 8/22 NIN@Verizon - 8/23&24 FYF Fest - 9/2 Bear in Heaven@Echoplex - 9/4 Phantogram@Fox Pomona - 9/6 Atmosphere@Palladium - 9/10 Britney Spears - 10/8 Gus Gus@Roxy - 10/10 Twin Shadow@Glass House

  9. #189
    old school Stickjohn's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Location
    St. Paul, MN
    Posts
    3,500

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sbessiso View Post
    OK well im going to see *this guy* tonight. Im going in with no agenda and will just play it by ear. Cool?

  10. #190
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    You have to think of this in terms of music, not proximity to gays, where are your priorities?
    I suppose you're right - think of the music. Even Little Dragon has a show at the UCR "Barn" (whatever that is)! I've been to Pomona once and it seemed pretty cool. I liked their outdoor artwalk. You bring up some good points about proximity. I've never been to UCR but I'm going to check it out in a few weeks to get a feel for the campus. I'm hoping to be pleasantly surprised!

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  11. #191
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by weareyourfriends View Post
    Yeah, I'm really worried that I won't get into Santa Cruz. I know it's incredibly progressive with its Women/Gender & Sexuality Studies program and is very gay friendly, but I really don't think I'll get in anymore.

    My ideal school would be midsize (12-18k students) and would have a reputation for being liberal/gay-friendly. My first choice that I've been accepted to so far is SUNY Purchase which is about 30 minutes north of NYC. My problem with it is that it's super artsy/liberal, but it's only about 4,000 students. I can appreciate cool/weird art and music, but I'm afraid that the entire school will be gay cigarette smoking hipsters. I'd like to find a little diversity in the homos that I go to school with, so I was just wondering if Riverside (a school with 17,500 students) would be a decent option?

    Universities tend to be generally liberal/progressive and if researchers are saying that the "10% of the population is gay-rule" is a conservative gestimate, I figured Riverside could be a decent option...
    weareyourfriends, I have an old colleague who used to work at the LGBT Center at my alma mater and who is very well connected to LGBT orgs at other universities. I asked him if he had any contacts at UCR, UC Santa Cruz and SUNY Purchase who could give you genuine, honest feedback on the lgbt experience at each campus. I'll PM you when I hear back.



    Quote Originally Posted by sbessiso View Post
    OK well im going to see *this guy* tonight. Im going in with no agenda and will just play it by ear. Cool?
    Your dance card is getting full, young man. Sbessio is in demand. How'd it go??

  12. #192
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    weareyourfriends, I have an old colleague who used to work at the LGBT Center at my alma mater and who is very well connected to LGBT orgs at other universities. I asked him if he had any contacts at UCR, UC Santa Cruz and SUNY Purchase who could give you genuine, honest feedback on the lgbt experience at each campus. I'll PM you when I hear back.
    Wow, thank you so much. It's a weird feeling right now not knowing where I'm going to school next year (East/West Coast - Nor/SoCal) and whether or not it'll be the right environment for me. I really appreciate the help!

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  13. #193
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    My pleasure. Any other schools you want me to check into?

  14. #194
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Not really. At this point it's SUNY Purchase or whatever I can get in the UC system. I was accepted to:
    DePaul University (Chicago)
    Western Washington University (Bellingham, WA)
    Adelphi University (75% Female on Long Island = Snooki Central)
    Cal Lutheran (Thousand Oaks, CA)

    I really like DePaul even though it's religious, but I can't really afford the private school tuition. What is your alma matter, if you don't mind me asking?

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  15. #195
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by weareyourfriends View Post
    Not really. At this point it's SUNY Purchase or whatever I can get in the UC system. I was accepted to:
    DePaul University (Chicago)
    Western Washington University (Bellingham, WA)
    Adelphi University (75% Female on Long Island = Snooki Central)
    Cal Lutheran (Thousand Oaks, CA)
    Congrats! DePaul is supposedly a great school. Though, frankly, a university is what you make of it. Also, not being in debt into your 30s or 40s is a damn good thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by weareyourfriends View Post
    I really like DePaul even though it's religious, but I can't really afford the private school tuition. What is your alma matter, if you don't mind me asking?
    Not at all. San Diego State University. But... don't judge me.

  16. #196
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Also, not being in debt into your 30s or 40s is a damn good thing.



    Not at all. San Diego State University. But... don't judge me.
    Thank you! Yeah, I'm trying to avoid student loans. I have an uncle who went to Oberlin and then Stanford for premed with a minor in Experimental Music. His student loans are still a major pain and he turned 40 this year.

    Not judging at all! I actually applied to SDSU but I'll only find out their decision in March! It's actually a fantastic school - one of the most competitive CSU's with a 35% acceptance rate. Definitely something to be proud of!!

    Also, it seems like they have a pretty solid LGBTQ program now with a lavender graduation and everything!

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  17. #197
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Oh I was only being silly. I'm very happy to have gone to SDSU. It has a bit of "fratbro" reputation; there's a fair amount of that there, but it actually has a very diverse student body and I got what some might find a surprisingly robust and challenging education there.

    Yes, the LGBT community is well represented on campus.

    Do you know what you want to major in yet?
    Last edited by RageAgainstTheAoki; 02-02-2011 at 11:48 AM.

  18. #198
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Well most of the schools the I applied to, I got in as a Political Science major. However, if I do go to SUNY Purchase, I'll probably switch majors to their unique Arts Management program. It covers all kinds of fields from marketing, advertising, finance/economics, museum curating, and concert promoting, as well as tons of other areas. If I go to a UC, I'll major in Political Science.

    I'm a little torn because I know that I want to be the future Paul Tollett, and I figure that going to Purchase will launch me in that direction a little faster than going to a UC. However, the UC system has become SO competitive and are among the most prestigious/top-rated public universities in the nation (even Santa Cruz & Riverside). I don't want to pass up such an incredible opportunity with the UCs... and I could always get an MBA latter on. It's tough to choose the how the rest of my life will go :s

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  19. #199
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    You sound like a smart young man. I'm sure you'll figure it out.

  20. #200
    Member weareyourfriends's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Greater LA
    Posts
    543

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Thank you!

    7/24 - Stevie Wonder @ Hollywood Bowl
    8/6 - HARD - LA State Historic Park
    9/3 - FYF @ LA State Historic Park

  21. #201
    Coachella Junkie Pixiessp's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    7,264

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by RageAgainstTheAoki View Post
    Missed this post. Don't know how I could possibly have flown by a gorgeous Polly Jean avatar. You are most certainly welcome here, lady! So... forgive the silly question, but which artist on the lineup do you think will be the biggest lesbian draw this year? I'm thinking Erykah Badu for the majority and Warpaint for the really cool indie lesbians with hair.
    I suppose Warpaint. I saw them at the Troubadour in December but there weren't any cool indie lesbians in attendance that I could see.
    Quite a few big scary dykey gals though. I have a hard time spotting less obvious lesbians. My gaydar broke down a while back.
    Quote Originally Posted by insbordnat View Post
    If you're in a relationship that causes Ancestry.com to crash, it's probably inappropriate.

  22. #202
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    I bet Robyn will get some lady lovin.

  23. #203
    DJ SallyBear sbessiso's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    SF
    Posts
    27,739

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JorgeC View Post
    how'd it go last night? was it the one that you met around xmas or the new one?
    same guy from my first post. I dunno, I think it went well. Still not sure what to make of it though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Coyne
    People treat Arcade Fire like they're the greatest thing ever and they get away with it.

  24. #204
    old school JorgeC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Ontario
    Posts
    3,319

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sbessiso View Post
    same guy from my first post. I dunno, I think it went well. Still not sure what to make of it though.
    did you guys "do" anything at this hangout session or....? If it ends up being just a booty call, go ahead and get yours. True love will hit when you least expect it.
    Quote Originally Posted by guedita View Post
    Which healthcare provider will euthanize you the fastest as a service to society?
    8/2&3 HARD Summer - 8/7 Arctic Monkeys@Staples - 8/8 Cut Copy@Brooklyn Bowl - 8/22 NIN@Verizon - 8/23&24 FYF Fest - 9/2 Bear in Heaven@Echoplex - 9/4 Phantogram@Fox Pomona - 9/6 Atmosphere@Palladium - 9/10 Britney Spears - 10/8 Gus Gus@Roxy - 10/10 Twin Shadow@Glass House

  25. #205
    Coachella Junkie chiapet's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Seattle area
    Posts
    20,709

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    A sidenote on choosing schools... I would not let the prospect of taking student loans deter you unless you're planning on entering a career where your earning potential is very low. Not suggesting you should plan your future career around what makes the most money -- just saying if the salary you expect to make balances the larger student loans, go for it. The unemployed composer is going to be paying on their student loans forever, ... but there are plenty of careers where you'd make enough to pay off student loans without much financial hardship. I've been out of college for 12 years and have paid off most of my student loans. The one that's left doesn't have much financial impact on me. During the first couple of years after college, it was tough to come up with the payment each month, but it gets easier and is well worth it in the long run.

  26. #206
    Member NicoDread's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    san diego
    Posts
    897

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by weareyourfriends View Post
    Well most of the schools the I applied to, I got in as a Political Science major. However, if I do go to SUNY Purchase, I'll probably switch majors to their unique Arts Management program. It covers all kinds of fields from marketing, advertising, finance/economics, museum curating, and concert promoting, as well as tons of other areas. If I go to a UC, I'll major in Political Science.

    I'm a little torn because I know that I want to be the future Paul Tollett, and I figure that going to Purchase will launch me in that direction a little faster than going to a UC. However, the UC system has become SO competitive and are among the most prestigious/top-rated public universities in the nation (even Santa Cruz & Riverside). I don't want to pass up such an incredible opportunity with the UCs... and I could always get an MBA latter on. It's tough to choose the how the rest of my life will go :s
    This is an article about a gay friend of mine who goes to UC Riverside, just to let you know a little about some of the attitudes.

  27. #207
    old school
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    5,394

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread


  28. #208
    old school JorgeC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Ontario
    Posts
    3,319

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    love that you know Bear411...
    Quote Originally Posted by guedita View Post
    Which healthcare provider will euthanize you the fastest as a service to society?
    8/2&3 HARD Summer - 8/7 Arctic Monkeys@Staples - 8/8 Cut Copy@Brooklyn Bowl - 8/22 NIN@Verizon - 8/23&24 FYF Fest - 9/2 Bear in Heaven@Echoplex - 9/4 Phantogram@Fox Pomona - 9/6 Atmosphere@Palladium - 9/10 Britney Spears - 10/8 Gus Gus@Roxy - 10/10 Twin Shadow@Glass House

  29. #209
    old school
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    5,394

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    I didnt but I do now.

  30. #210
    old school RageAgainstTheAoki's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Los Angeles
    Posts
    2,653

    Default Re: The Gays* Only Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by J~$$$$ View Post
    I didnt but I do now.
    Ditto.

Similar Threads

  1. Replies: 63
    Last Post: 05-03-2013, 05:11 PM
  2. Married gays are as boring as married straights...
    By HandBanana in forum Misc. Lounge
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: 06-07-2010, 12:49 PM
  3. Replies: 99
    Last Post: 09-15-2009, 02:38 PM
  4. Replies: 7
    Last Post: 08-31-2009, 09:59 PM
  5. Is gays ok there?
    By Holly Stanza in forum Questions
    Replies: 94
    Last Post: 03-07-2008, 09:47 AM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •