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Bisexual Wins NY State Office


(PHOTO FROM JUSTJARED.COM, SUPPORT ANOTHER BISEXUAL AND PICK UP ANGELINA JOLIE ON THE COVER OF MARIE CLAIRE!)
With 100 percent of precincts reporting Tuesday night, Micah Kellner was declared the new state Assemblyman for the Upper East Side and Roosevelt Island. Kellner, a Democrat, beat out Republican Greg Camp with 64.36 percent of the votes to fill the 65th District seat left vacant by former Assemblyman Alexander "Pete" Grannis. Grannis served for more than 30 years before leaving to become the state's environmental conservation commissioner.

A former congressional aide, Kellner was endorsed by Senator Hillary Clinton and the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund
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The 28-year old Kellner is the first openly bisexual member of the state Legislature to be elected.



YES! Every day it gets better and better for us bi's, good for him! And a disabled rights activist, hot good goddamn - - Where's the Michah Kellner Fan Club, can I be a member?





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MORE ANGELINA?
Read the thoughts of her partner (along with his buddy George Clooney) on their new film, Ocean's Thirteen
I'm curious what you think of the state of the male movie star in Hollywood right now.

PITT: I'm actually a woman trapped in a man's body. We're going to be doing something about that soon.

Is Angelina aware of this?
PITT: Yeah, she's all for it. Kinda into it, actually.


OR READ THIS LOVELY QUOTE FROM HER:
"I love women and men equally and I see people and love as love, so I think it makes sense that a woman would know I'd appreciate and love her as much as I would a man."

OR LEARN SOMETHING YOU DIDN'T KNOW BY WATCHING


FROM WIKIPEDIA


Bisexual is different from gay, different from straight. Gay is different from straight, and different from bi. Equally so. - Faith

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