Queer in the San Fernando Valley

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Imaginary Conversations

#1
A)"Hi, we're both bisexual and we want to get married to piss her parents off." "Okay, I just need to see your driver's licenses and collect $70."
B)"Hi, we're both bisexual. We've been in a committed relationship for 35 years, and we'd like to get married." "The California Constitution only allows marriage between a man and a woman."

#2
A)"Hi, I'm a lesbian & he's gay & we'd like to get married. We're not going to have sex or kids but we want all the Federal rights marriage affords." "Okay, that'll be $70 & I just need to see your driver's licenses."
B)"Hi, we've been together for 15 years & have two children & we'd like to get married." "The California Constitution only allows marriage between a man & a woman."

(credit to Jacob H.)

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

New NBC Drama - Spring 2010

"'Day One':

In a two-hour premiere after the conclusion of the Winter Olympics, viewers will follow a group of San Fernando Valley apartment complex dwellers when a global catastrophe hits. From writer-producer Jesse Alexander ("Heroes," "Lost") and director Alex Graves ("Fringe"), the cast includes Adam Campbell ("Date Movie"), Catherine Dent ("The Shield"), David Lyons ("ER"), Carly Pope ("24") and Thekla Reuten ("Sleeper Cell")."

--From the LA Times 05/05/09

I'm very curious to see how many landmarks in the SFV will be used, and where exactly their apartment complex would be. And maybe I don't have much of an imagination, but I can't picture an apartment complex full of white tenants in their 30s.

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I have a Bachelor's degree in Language & Cultures/Japanese with Queer Studies minor from CSUN.