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Welcome to the Rainbow Corps

    • Welcome to the Rainbow Corps an LGBT group. We are the Rainbow side of the TSU. A group for not only LGBT Soldiers but also family and friends of the LGBT community. All are welcome here with open arms. The Corps will promote acceptance and pride in the LGBT community. While also giving our LGBT Soldiers a place to gather and build friendships. What can make a great addition to making a Utopian Playland? Why a Rainbow of course. On that note. Welcome to the Corps.

      Going into the future I would like to not only build the Corps but also make our presence known by having LGBT pride themed missions and invasions. I personally attend and participate in  Pride events. Now as a member of the Rainbow Corps you can incorporate the TSU into the  festivities. This open up a whole new door for recruiting into the TSU.

      The Corps is a place of acceptance and Pride. Of camaraderie and friendship. Welcome and let’s build a Rainbow covered Utopian Playland.

    • Commander JET
      Keymaster

      Yay! Thank you SPC VooDoo for putting this group together! <3

    • My thanks to you Commander Jet. I hope to make the TSU proud of the Rainbow Corps. Pun intended. smile

      ~SPC Voodoo

    • Greetings all, My name is Cristina, AKA Stina, AKA Xtina, AKA Xer, AKA X (my friends do seem to love nick-naming me FRU–for reasons unknown). When I was young, not only was the dominant environment hetero-normative–but anything “else” was invisible. Somehow I attracted the confidences of those who were otherwise invisible (again FRU) — true, I was always an outlier, but not LGBTQ. I do not know why I never (not even as a youngster) thought it especially noteworthy or odd if someone’s love interests, gender identity, sexuality, sexual practices, etc, were different than mine (I guess I just didn’t take to the programming despite a harshly judgmental upbringing–although one parent eventually evolved on this). When it first became legal here, I got ordained so I could offer to perform weddings for same-sex couples who wanted a wedding outside a church environment (for free). Two of my best friends were able to marry one another at my home and I was able to have the great honor of pronouncing them husband and husband. I am a member of this forum because I believe in love and acceptance and inclusion and being true-to-ones-self and supporting others in warmth. (OK OK I know I sound corny, but I think sincerity often does sound corny.) Besides, aren’t we all here because a utopian playland is a safe, nuturing and loving place to all play together?  

    • @Sergeant Stina Xer, Erzatzologist said:
      Greetings all, My name is Cristina, AKA Stina, AKA Xtina, AKA Xer, AKA X (my friends do seem to love nick-naming me FRU–for reasons unknown). When I was young, not only was the dominant environment hetero-normative–but anything “else” was invisible. Somehow I attracted the confidences of those who were otherwise invisible (again FRU) — true, I was always an outlier, but not LGBTQ. I do not know why I never (not even as a youngster) thought it especially noteworthy or odd if someone’s love interests, gender identity, sexuality, sexual practices, etc, were different than mine (I guess I just didn’t take to the programming despite a harshly judgmental upbringing–although one parent eventually evolved on this). When it first became legal here, I got ordained so I could offer to perform weddings for same-sex couples who wanted a wedding outside a church environment (for free). Two of my best friends were able to marry one another at my home and I was able to have the great honor of pronouncing them husband and husband. I am a member of this forum because I believe in love and acceptance and inclusion and being true-to-ones-self and supporting others in warmth. (OK OK I know I sound corny, but I think sincerity often does sound corny.) Besides, aren’t we all here because a utopian playland is a safe, nuturing and loving place to all play together?  

      This… All of this. 

      If it were easier to get the power to marry people in this country I’d be hot on your heels!

    • Greetings Rainbow Corps. Sorry for my extended absence. Was on an unavoidable secret mission but I am back and ready to get this party started again.

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