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13 March 2007 @ 11:40 pm
I am still getting requests from people for graphics. I am touched. Buuut If you haven't read the last entry than I must say to you all. I have left Live Journal. Life happens and it's been kicking my arse so I am leaving journaling.

I hope you understand and I hope you all don't bloody forget me.

If you all just want to say Hi than please do so at my friend Shi's mypetconcubine's live journal she can relay the message to me.

Shi I am still working on your requests but my computer broke.
Oh and by the way looked at your userinfo love your graphic's your stuff is awesome bloody brilliant.
26 November 2006 @ 02:16 am
I know this isn't a Holiday thing to do. But I have decided to close down my Live Journal. I will be leaving it up but other than I am going to be leaving Live Journal all together.

I am leaving the internet as well. Too much things are happening in my bloody life at the moment that I am too bloody busy for the internet. I will popping in here and there at mypetconcubine's live journal so if you want to ask me something ask away at Shi's Live journal. She has given me the right - o to do this as well.

My good friend and graphics partner in crime mypetconcubine has a Graphics Journal you can visit it at quietsanctuary go and visit it. You have to be friended thou sorry.

Shi I am still working on your requests so don't worry.

Love ya all and thank you for making my brief moments at Live Journal memorable.

Goodbye all,
Kayla fire_goddesswa
22 October 2006 @ 12:49 am
I am a bad Live Journal Friend. I haven't been posting for like forever and my photoshop is down so I am using one of my old programs to do graphics so it takes twice as long. So Sorry all you but graphics will not be happening for longer than i bloody hoped. Sorry.

I am also having more bloody problems with my family.
19 August 2006 @ 02:01 am
Well I 'm Twenty Six today and I can't bloody wait for my birthday party tonight. I am so excited. Sorry for being almost non-existent on my live journal but been busy and personal happenings. I want to thank mypetconcubine for the lovely birthday wish. I'll see you at the party tonight luv.
07 August 2006 @ 01:42 am
Have a bloody brilliant day luv and I hope you get all you wish for. best thing about birthdays the PREZZIES!

22 March 2006 @ 12:00 am
Flist sorry I've been missing in action for some time. I am going to posting a Icon post next week sometime. After that I will be M.I.A. again I am heading back to university and I am also having family problems. My granny is sick, I have been laid off from my job and I am about to start a new one. I'm having sister and boyfriend problems. To be frank I just found out my sister is shagging my boyfriend that bloody cunt and that bloody bastard. Those are some of the reasons I've been gone so long from live journal. So sorry for the delay on posting icon posts.
Bloody Fucking Idiots. I'm a American Citizen and It's my right to be able to speak my mind freely. The First Amendment states it "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press;" and now they might censor us by censoring our right as adults to post or read what we want on the internet. Congress are a bunch of bloody Twats!

March 20, 2006 - Washington D.C. Today the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the Federal District Court's decision in Barbara Nitke and NCSF v. Alberto Gonzales, the challenge to the Communications Decency Act, #01 CIV 11476 (RMB). The Supreme Court has affirmed the lower court's decision without hearing oral arguments, sending a clear signal that the court will not protect free speech rights when it comes to sexually explicit materials.

The NCSF and Nitke lawsuit was successful in weakening the Miller standard of judging obscenity: the District Court for the Southern District of NY made a factual finding that the SLAPS prong of Miller does not provide protection against prosecution as it was intended to do. The Miller decision (1973) stated that materials were constitutionally protected if the work, taken as a whole, has "serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value." However the District court accepted evidence from NCSF and Nitke that prosecutors and juries in more restrictive communities are less likely to extend protection to artistic and literary materials that are outside the mainstream of traditional sexuality.

"We have proven that Miller does not work," says Susan Wright, Spokesperson for NCSF. "But the Supreme Court has declined to strike it down at this time. That means every website on the Internet can be judged by the most repressive local community standards in the U.S."

The Supreme Court decision shows the importance of supporting NCSF, one of the few organizations proactively fighting obscenity laws. The CDA makes it a crime to post obscenity on the Internet because those materials may be viewed by children. NCSF and Nitke believe that adults should have the right to post and view sexually explicit materials involving consenting adults on the Internet.

"We knew that the Bush administration was laying its plans to prosecute sexually explicit material on the Internet," says John Wirenius, attorney for the plaintiffs. "By filing our lawsuit in 2001, we may have slowed the Justice Department from prosecuting obscenity in 2002-3, but the number of obscenity prosecutions has steadily increased ever since. We believe in fighting this battle and we took our fight all the way to the Supreme Court."

"I think we've achieved a great victory in drawing attention to how politicized our judicial system has become," says co-plaintiff Barbara Nitke, a fine art photographer who explores sexual relationships in her work. "Our obscenity laws are outmoded, especially in conjunction with the Internet. We've made a huge dent in how obscenity will be judged in the future, and I hope others will now stand up and continue to fight against repressive laws like this."

NCSF and Barbara Nitke would like to thank everyone who contributed to fund this important lawsuit, as well as the many dedicated witnesses and lawyers who assisted in bringing this case to court. In particular, NCSF and Nitke thank John Wirenius for his outstanding efforts in this case and his dedication to First Amendment rights. NCSF intends to continue the fight against obscenity laws in the U.S.

A project of NCSF

The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom is a national organization
committed to creating a political, legal, and social environment in the United States
that advances equal rights of consenting adults who practice forms of
alternative sexual expression. NCSF is primarily focused on the rights of consenting adults
in the SM-leather-fetish, swing, and polyamory communities, who often face
discrimination because of their sexual expression.

National Coalition for Sexual Freedom
822 Guilford Avenue, Box 127
Baltimore, MD 21202-3707


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09 February 2006 @ 06:07 pm
Hey everyone sorry for the still delay of posting my batch of new icons. Busy as bloody Hell and personal family problems have not let me surf the internet lately. Hope you all understand.
01 January 2006 @ 04:10 am
So sorry I've been very busy Flist to post any new stuff. I just been able to comment that's all.
New Year's Resolution is to bloody update my journal more. I hope you all had a wicked New Year's. I know I bloody did.

Thank You bellakuuipo1 for inviting me to your New Year's Eve Bash. I had a bloody brillant time. Yours and Jame's family are a bloody riot. It was Wicked! Not to mention have I mentioned to you this before your man is Bloody Hot! :D Well I'll see you this friday to take your little nephew to see Goblet fo Fire I can't bloody believe he's watched it 5 times already. This will be my first time seeing it. Cheers bella and Cheers to you all Flist!