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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer as a 3 Dollar Bill

Discussion in 'Life After Scientology' started by outlawgal, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. byte301

    byte301 Crusader

    La La Lou Lou
    Yeah, the no make up thing works quite well for me. lol I enjoy your posts too and look forward to many, many more! :p
  2. Voltaire's Child

    Voltaire's Child Fool on the Hill

    Yep, same here.
  3. La La Lou Lou

    La La Lou Lou Crusader

    Sorry girls I thought I'd come up to date and paid a small fortune to have a make over. They use this stuff called soap, apparently the stuff removed the false-wrinkles, apparently they weren't wrinkles at all just lumps of dried dead skin and dandruff. It smelt nice too, though apparently the use of smelly stuff will make the whole earth turn into oil that smells. Could be a good thing though and save us from the fuel problems. I do find the acryllic undercoat a little stiff though.

    La La Lou lou
  4. Free Will

    Free Will Patron with Honors

    Fascinating to read all this now. For one thing, William Burroughs' insights into Scientology are hilariously funny, reviewed now - I had gone off reading him at university when he described having someone shit on a glass table while he's under it as an erotic experience yeuch.
    I always thought homoseuality was like some kind of infectious disease, once a poof made an advance if you didn't escape you were stuck as queer for life. But then, I had a university education in Psychology!
    I couldn't confront anything sexual while I was in Scn, but it was lust that finally got me out!
    I remember when I was on the RPF and we were put on the first pilot of the Sweat Program - then just for LSD trippers, before they started letting in all the scruff and calling it Purification. The Admin was a smiley wee guy from London Foundation called Tom Ward who was queer as a 9-Pound Note. He was more matronly than Old Mother Goose. Great at remembering and passing on great jokes too.
    I think the whole world has become a little more enlightened on sexuality since Hubbard's hay-day. Hey, when I was an ankle-biter, knee-high to a grasshopper, on the wild wastes of Castlemilk where Glasgow gives way to mountain country, a great American cowboy called Roy Rogers came all the way to see us on his big white horse in his pure white cowboy hat and suit outfit. Nobody dared say poof, but he wouldn't have lived through Easy Rider.
    Anyway, I personally don't mind what folks get up to if they're not harming or overwhelming each other.
    I still prefer big women. Just kinky, I guess. Watched far too much porn.:yes:
  5. michaelangelo

    michaelangelo Gold Meritorious Patron

    Freewill said "I still prefer big women. Just kinky, I guess" Quote

    I like red heads myself but I married a brunnette.
  6. La La Lou Lou

    La La Lou Lou Crusader

    Yes that description of Tom fits my memory, nice guy.
    You have your fantasies and I'll have mine, and hair colour's not so important in the dark!
    Perhaps personality does count for something, eh?

    Fed on the occaisional bean and rice grain, lust doesnt stir so much.

    La La
  7. Zinjifar

    Zinjifar Silver Meritorious Sponsor

    Oysters for the clams
    Open Shell

    Sounds like a computer fetish

  8. auntpat

    auntpat Patron with Honors


    My ex-husband informed me that when he told a Died in the wool Scngisthat we had divorced, the friend(?) told him that he had always thought I was a lesbian. My question to my ex was, "Oh really, and that made his opinion of you, what?"
    Actualy I can see why the Scn had that opinion of me. I am a strong person who never took any shit from him, my husband, or anyone. A truck driving dyke in his mind.
    Boy was he wrong.
  9. tutu

    tutu Patron

    Bi-girl here. Married a bi-boy. My cat (male) had a boyfriend down the street for a while. I came out while in Scientology and I always had the idea that the whole 1.1 thing was like "stabbity stabbity" during sex... idk I'm a weirdo.

    I come from a rich family so they really didn't have much to say on the matter. :confused2:
  10. Voltaire's Child

    Voltaire's Child Fool on the Hill

    I actually think that a lot of people who identify themselves as straight, gay, whatever, may actually be bisexual. I kinda dig the Kinsey scale.
  11. Auditor's Toad

    Auditor's Toad Clear as Mud

    Fun thread...I've always been straight and people who are gay or bi don't matter to me.

    I've known both guys and gals in the SO who were very definitely gay - just as bunches and bunches who were public in LA.

    There have been times in my life due to nature of my work I've been around lots more gay people than straight.

    I got in a fair amount of trouble in the org while I was an HGC auditor and an EO made some remark about one of my PCs beinf gay and I said " Yeah, but gladly take his money every time he wants a few more intensives, don't we".
  12. Smurf

    Smurf Gold Meritorious SP

    Yeah! As much as he tries to hide it...

  13. Jachs

    Jachs Gold Meritorious Patron

    100 percento.
  14. Auditor's Toad

    Auditor's Toad Clear as Mud

    Tommy Davis may well be gay, but, that is not what I find so distasteful about that little shit.
  15. Smurf

    Smurf Gold Meritorious SP

    He dumped his European wife for a slut named Jessica?
  16. DagwoodGum

    DagwoodGum Squirreling Dervish

    Personally, I could care less what one theta trap does to or with another in their bedrooms, nor what sex they are or think they are. I always noticed that there are not many "gay" Buddhists as a Buddhist would simply find the orientation based upon an orientation bleed through to be due to having been the "other" sex during the previous lifetime. I find you have to energize the concept for it to have any affect whatsoever upon oneself. When other men, always Scientologists, have endeavored for me to allow them to perform deviant acts upon me, my emotional, sexual and all encompassing response has been "WHY?" What a frigging waste of time, energy and health risk with no conceivable reward imaginable. Well, I guess I just failed to grasp the purpose and energize the concept so it was never real to me. Never encountered homosexuals till I got in Scientology. I guess fantasies or a lifestyle based on such was never really my thing. Shame on me, either I'm hopelessly stuck sexually in present time or I'm "homophobic", LOL... But if it floats your boat go for it by all means. Myself, I'm quite content to wait to have sex with men until next time I'm born into a female body. I have a hard enough time just getting along with other men let alone taking a light years leap into something as sordid as "sexual" encounters!!??!! I find it odd that woman are interested in men let alone that other men would be, in fact it surprises me that procreation has occurred at all... I'd make a great lesbian though, if I were born a woman. I know, I know, it all means that I'm in denial or so I've been told by those who've tried every angle and approach upon me and that I must protest too much if I refuse to become a victim of it all.... :no:
  17. Smilla

    Smilla Ordinary Human

  18. Sindy

    Sindy Crusader

  19. Voltaire's Child

    Voltaire's Child Fool on the Hill

    Fluffy's proposed solution for an age old evil...

    I have a solution to oppression of women by people like the Taliban and other assholes...

    Other than the fact that they're bugfuck crazy, those people who suppress women (both historically and now) were/are mainly afraid that their kids aren't really their kids. Plus the insane control/bugfuck crazy thing...

    Soooo...if you had a matriarchal society, then that would handle it. Cuz you always know who your Mom is.

    And then if everyone were bisexual, that could fix the rest of it. And think of how many partners we'd have!!
  20. Jump

    Jump Operating teatime

    Re: Fluffy's proposed solution for an age old evil...

    Sounds like one big cosy episode of The Bold and the Beautiful :eyeroll: