Bil Browning

Lesbian love song: Dying Day

Filed By Bil Browning | May 15, 2009 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: anniversary, Impact Florida, lesbian love song, Lorna Bracewell, Prop 8

Not only is Lorna Bracewell the director of Impact Florida and a Bilerico-Florida guest blogger, she's also a singer songwriter. With the Prop 8 decision coming up (and her anniversary!), Lorna decided to pen a love song. It's damn good; you'll love it - especially if you're of the lesbianic persuasion.


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lorna's friend byron | May 15, 2009 10:41 AM

too pretty!
not just the song, but dear, sweet friend lorna, too-- inside & out
i heard bits & pieces of the song in-progress
so cool that it's done
for all the world to hear
love-- b

Go Lorna! Everybody deserves respect whether it is gay or lesbian or what gender you might call it. Now that we are in recession we should cooperate and help each other. Avoid crab mentality! Make it possible to survive and gain back the economy we have 10 years ago. Nowadays the economic stimulus package was fraught with too much controversy. It is said to be that the cost for the economic stimulus package just passed was about $787 billion. While, few months ago, the plan that (TARP) was just a few billion less. These cash advance loans, as well short-term payday cash or short-term loans which have never been seen before, were intended to do things like stem unemployment. White House officials are predicting that it will start to do some progressive just before we know it. The prediction is that the stimulus will save about 3.5 million jobs, but since that many have been lost, it seems foolhardy to barely break even on the $787 billion installment loans of the economic stimulus package. The projection regarding number of jobs saved or created applies through the end of 2010. So don’t go out and get cash advance loans thinking you’ll get another job before it’s time to pay it back. This is going to take a while. The report says that 1.5 million jobs will be created or saved by the end of this year. Still, let’s keep in mind to save more and spend less.