Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Something cool happened a few days ago. To tell you what it is, I need to give you background. I have two stat counters on this blog. One gives me data such as where my hits come from, raw data on daily hits and referrals. For a long time this was my only counter, but it went down temporarily in September and I didn’t know if it would come back up. So on September 14th, I added a second counter. That one basically is good for one thing—telling me how many visitors I’ve had. I like it because it excludes my IP address so it never counts me as a hit.

Anyway, since September 14th I’ve had over 2000 hits. Yay!! In fact, as of the writing of this blog (I write them several days ahead), I have had 2050 hits.

In other news, you will soon get to hear me on my podcast, Aural Sex, in my persona of ChaCha Tuloose. My partner in crime is Dakota Rebel. I’ll let her tell you about her persona in her own time. We’ve set up everything and as soon as we load podcasts, I’ll post the link to our site. In the mean time, we’re accepting letters and personal stories to be part of our segments. Just don’t expect anything serious. We’re not medical professionals and the cast is for entertainment only.

Finally, most important:
Ken Starr, who led the campaign to impeach President Bill Clinton, filed a legal brief last month -- on behalf of the "Yes on 8" campaign -- that would forcibly divorce 18,000 same-sex couples who were married in California last year before the passage of Prop 8.

Watch "Fidelity" and sign the letter to the state Supreme Court. Tell the Supreme Court to invalidate Prop 8, reject Ken Starr's case, and let loving, committed couples marry. DEADLINE: Valentine's Day.

Click here to sign.


KellyMarstad said...

Congrats on the hits, lovehead!! Way to go!

Bronwyn Green said...

I'm crying like a lunatic now - even more so since I just watched it twice.

Thank you for posting this Brynn - and the link to the petition too. I pray that love will prevail over hate - soon.

Lisabet Sarai said...

I already knew about this, but that doesn't make me any less furious.

What right do they have to destroy other people's lives?