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Melody knelt on the bed, admiring her body from every angle. She couldn’t believe her eyes. After years of struggling, suffering, and torment, she finally had the body to go with her ever-present thoughts.
Jenson had been in London for months; a business trip he couldn’t avoid. He had returned only one half hour ago. He traveled frequently, which was the best kind of roommate to have, but she had missed his company and friendship this time. She knew that he would be in jogging pants and finishing his first beer by now.
Melody stood to take a closer look in the mirror when Jenson called her name,
“Mel! Mel, you here, buddy boy?”
He opened the bedroom door without knocking. Jenson had seen her nude before, but never like this. He stood in the doorway, eyes open wide, mouth agape, and trying not to drool.
Mel bolted for the bathroom but Jenson quickly followed, catching the door before she could lock it. She pushed and he pulled. They were deadlocked. Neither was going to give in.
Finally Jenson’s deep baritone voice surrounded her like silk,
“You didn’t tell me the surgery was over… and obviously a tremendous success! Now bring that fuckalicous ass out here. I need to take it for a spin!”
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In honor of LGBT Pride Month
And for Joey. I love and miss you.
[Copied From: http://www.loc.gov/lgbt/about.html for learning purposes]
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month) is currently celebrated each year in the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan. The Stonewall riots were a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States. In the United States the last Sunday in June was initially celebrated as “Gay Pride Day,” but the actual day was flexible. In major cities across the nation the “day” soon grew to encompass a month-long series of events. Today, celebrations include pride parades, picnics, parties, workshops, symposia and concerts, and LGBT Pride Month events attract millions of participants around the world. Memorials are held during this month for those members of the community who have been lost to hate crimes or HIV/AIDS. The purpose of the commemorative month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally.
In 1994, a coalition of education-based organizations in the United States designated October as LGBT History Month. In 1995, a resolution passed by the General Assembly of the National Education Association included LGBT History Month within a list of commemorative months.
LGBT History Month is also celebrated with annual month-long observances of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, along with the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. National Coming Out Day (October 11), as well as the first “March on Washington” in 1979, are commemorated in the LGBT community during LGBT History Month.