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10-27-2008, 11:27 AM
Barack O-holy-bama, I have been saved!

I never thought I'd witness this in my lifetime, but it's true: the Messiah has come. Hallelujah! Really. I'm hearing that the Savior has returned to walk among us in the form of Barack Hussein Obama. Now I can join others who have seen the light and been saved. Right before the election, too. The latest enlightenment comes from a woman named Maggie Merten. In case you haven't heard, Ms. Merten is the associate editor of the campus newspaper at Smith College in Massachusetts. She wrote an editorial assuring all the readers that Obama is the Messiah and that she...
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The Formation of Gay and Lesbian Identity and Community in the Connecticut River Valley of Western Massachusetts, 1900-1970

Abstract: The formation of lesbian and gay identity and community in the Connecticut River Valley of western Massachusetts was greatly shaped by social changes and trends in gender ideology which originated outside the region. Safe and supportive space for the exploration of homosexual identity was limited and limiting, as gay and lesbian residents turned to homoerotic communities away from the area to try to come to terms with and act out their same-sex desires. Gay men and lesbians in the Valley began to generate selfaffirming and politically oriented institutions, however, within the context of the radical political culture of the 1960s.
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