LGBTQIA+ :)OT6(: We’re taking over -- first the alphabet, then the world!

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Oct 27, 2012
Welcome to another episode of Furthering the Agenda™ Where we try to take over the world, and make it as fabulous as we possibly can! We are a large and diverse group of Gaffers from all walks of life, who at times can be thirsty and flirtatious to one another. But fear not, everyone and anyone is welcome!

On a more serious note, this thread is open to anyone regardless of gender, race, and or sexual orientation. Everyone is welcome! Newcomers, Lurkers, Juniors, feel free to tell us a bit about yourself by using the IceBreaker Questionnaire (IBQ)™ :

The IBQ™

Your gender?
Your sexual orientation?
Where Are You From?
Where Do You Live?
How Old Are you?
Favorite Type of Music?
Profession or Career interest?
Favorite video game(s)?
What are your hobbies (other than gaming)?
You don’t have to answer every question but a simple introduction is mandatory! (Not really). Feel free to answer any questions you feel comfortable answering. Or don’t answer any questions in the ICB at all, and simply jump in!

There is an LGBTQIA+ skype chat group that anyone can join by sending a Private Message (PM) to Mystic Theurge, Sai-kun or Dany. It’s the official LGBTQIA Skype Group and there’s a lot of amazing people there, so join today! There is also TinyGaf that you can check out to hang out with other Gaffers.

Let's help our fellow Gaffer kitchenmotors with the costs of an unexpected cancer surgery here in gofundme.

So…. What’s going on with the acronym? Well, we realize that human sexuality spreads across a broad spectrum where there are different variations and deviations. That is to say, that there are various sexualities and therefore, many terms that many people feel comfortable identifying with. For example, someone might identify him/herself as Pansexual, someone else might identify as a Pomosexual. There are many different terms that are constantly being created, and that is okay. We are constantly creating new terms to describe something new, or simply because we might feel comfortable identifying under a certain label (because identifying as gay is too mainstream yo!). Henceforth, the acronym stands for the following:

L - Lesbian
G- Gay
B - Bisexual
T - Transgender/Transsexual
Q - Queer/Questioning
I - Intersex
A - Asexual

+ - Any other terms that describe a certain type of sexual orientation.

Rules and expectations:

First of all, respect! We must love and respect one another as fellow brethrens. Whenever an argument comes up, let’s try to keep it chill and respect each other. It’s okay to disagree sometimes but let’s try to keep it civil.

Any gif or picture must be SFW!!! Let’s try to keep the lewdness at acceptable levels.

Anyone can post in here. No topic has to be necessarily LGBT related. We talk about various things in here, from music, vidya games of course, fashion, life drama, and interesting philosophical topics. If you ever need advice or to vent out, you’re in the right place! Actually, some of us here give terrible advice (like myself) so do so at your own caution.

Helpful resources:

It Gets Better
The Trevor Project
Us :3

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So that’s it folks, let’s all get ready to take over the world. Let’s all spread the agenda to the furthest places on Earth and beyond (like Mars and the moon for example). But the first the alphabet. It is very important that we take over that one first. Always remember; though at times the thirst might be too strong, together we are stronger.

Oct 27, 2012
berzeli said:

Tipping the Velvet (2002) | No trailer available

Miniseries set in the 1890's, tells the lesbian love affair between male impersonator music hall star Kitty Butler and Nan Astley.

Transparent (2014) | Trailer

A dramedy-ish show that revolves around a Los Angeles family and their lives following the discovery that father is transgender.

Angels in America (2003) | Trailer

An adaption of Tony Kushner's plays about social, sexual, religious issues facing 1980s America as the AIDS crisis gains momentum.

Queer as Folk (1999) | Glouriously 90's Trailer

The groundbreaking drama about gay life in Manchester. There also exist a U.S. version if you for some reason want to watch a worse version that doesn't feature young Littlefinger.

The L Word (2004) | Trailer

Follows the lives and loves of a small, close-knit group of lesbians living in Los Angeles as well as the friends and family members that either support or loath them.

Don't Ever Wipe Tears Without Gloves (2012) | Trailer

A drama miniseries about finding love just as the AIDS epidemic hits Stockholm's gay community.

Lip Service (2010) | Trailer for the second series since it is the best trailer

Basically "The L Word" but set in Scotland, with different charachters and a different tone. So it's not really like "The L Word". But people keep insiting that it is. But it's not. Except it kind of is. But not really.

Please Like Me (2013) | Trailer

A really great, semi-autobiographical comedy about Josh who realises that he is gay after his girlfriend dumps him.

Looking (2014) | Trailer

The experiences of three close friends living and loving in modern-day San Francisco. Check out the season 2 OT

Noah's Arc (2005) | Trailer

Supposedly it is a good show. But I'm not sure if it is "good for being on Logo"-good or "actually a good show"-good. Anyway, the show itself centres on gay life in west Hollywood.

The Line Of Beauty (2006) | Trailer

An adaptation of the novel of the same name. This three-part series is set in the 1980's and is about Nick Guest who is to begin postgraduate studies in London, moves into the luxurious home belonging to the family of his best friend and casts himself into the life of plentiful riches and love affairs.

Fingersmith (2005) | Trailer

The lives of two young women collide in Victorian England when a trio of 'fingersmiths' (pick-pockets) concoct an elaborate scam to defraud a young heiress of her inheritance.

Sugar Rush (2005) | No trailer available

Based on the novel of the same name, Sugar Rush follows the life of a 15 year old lesbian who moves from London to Brighton on the south coast of England.


The Normal Heart (2014) | Trailer

The recent HBO adaptation of the play of the same name by Larry Kramer. Adapted by Kramer and Ryan Murphy it is about the AIDS epidemic of the 80's centring around activists in New York.

Laurance Anyways (2012) | The films of Xavier Dolan | Trailer

Being one of the most exciting contemporary directors Xavier Dolan has explored multiple facets of the queer identity without making his films solely about being queer. In my mind his greatest work so far has been Laurance Anyways and if you're just going to watch one film on this list, make it this one.
It doesn't hurt that Xavier Dolan also happens to be very pretty.

East Palace, West Palace (1996) | Trailer

A film about a gay writer that explores what it means to be gay in China where even if it is technically legal to be gay the police still persecute homosexuals.

Beautiful Thing (1996) | Trailer of misleadingly dubious quality

A really sweet and funny coming of age film set in the suburbs of London.

Bent (1997) | Trailer

Based on the play of the same name about the persecution of homosexuals by the Nazis and life in the concentration camps. Also worth noting that this is probably the only film in which you will see both Mick Jagger and Jamie Lannister.

Caravaggio (1986) | The films of Derek Jarman | Trailer

One of the pioneers of gay cinema, and the man who brought Tilda Swinton into the limelight, the work of Derek Jarman is a showcase of eccentricity and creativity. I single out Caravaggio not for being his best film but it is probably one of his more accessible works, Nigel Terry and Sean Bean stars in the biopic (of sorts) about the Baroque painter.

Scorpio Rising (1964) | The films of Kenneth Anger | Trailer (for a compilation of his work)

Kenneth Anger is an experimental film-maker who is one of the first (if not the first) American directors to bring gay culture to the cinema. Why do I single out Scorpio Rising? Because yet again this is probably one of the more accessible works, it's about an army of gay Nazi bikers... Yes, most of Anger's work can only be described by the phrase "it is one of the most insane things I've ever seen" .

Pink Narcissus (1971) | Trailer (NSFW!)

I'm going to let the description from the BFI speak for itself:
Pink Narcissus is a breathtaking and outrageous erotic poem focussing on the daydreams of a beautiful boy prostitute who, from the seclusion of his ultra-kitsch apartment, conceives a series of interlinked narcissistic fantasies populated by matadors, dancing boys, slaves and leather-clad bikers. ... With its highly charged hallucinogenic quality, its atmosphere of lush decadence, and its explicit erotic power, Pink Narcissus is a landmark of gay cinema.

North Sea Texas (2011) | Trailer

The second coming of age film on this list, and this one is a stunner, combining some really amazing visuals with a delicate handling of the story.

Brotherhood (2009) | Trailer

David Dencik is one of the greatest working Swedish actors and he co-stars in this film about two Danish ex-servicemen who when they meet in a neo-nazi group start a relationship.

Weekend (2011) | Trailer

A beautiful, low-key film about a gay man's weekend-long encounter with an artist.

The Boys in the Band (1970) | Trailer

One of the early works of queer cinema, directed by William Friedkin and based on the play of the same name about. The film focuses on its characters and how they interact during a birthday party.

The Naked Civil Servant (1975) | Clip

Based on the autobiography of the same name and starring John Hurt, this television film is about Quentin Crisp, one of the most important gay icons in Britain.

Milk (2008) | Trailer

The dramatisation of the life of gay activist Harvey Milk. Pretty darn decent biopic.

Stranger by the Lake (2013) | Trailer

A film about love and murder around a cruising spot for men.

Prayers for Bobby (2009) | Trailer

Yes it is a Lifetime film but don't stop reading, this one is actually decent. A biopic about Mary Griffith, and the why and how she became a gay rights activist.

Yossi & Jagger (2002) | Trailer

An Israeli film about love between two soldiers stationed in an outpost on the Lebanese border. There also exist a less good sequel which you may want to check out if you loved this film.

Boys Don't Cry (1999) | Trailer

The film is a dramatisation of the life of Brandon Teena, a trans man who attempts to find himself and love in Nebraska. A bit bleak but very well made.

Manji (1964) | Trailer

Based on the Japanese novel Quicksand, a married woman having a husband, meets a young, beautiful model and falls in love.

Brokeback Mountain (2005) | Trailer

Probably the biggest mainstream hit of queer cinema (and deservedly so) tells the story of love between two cowboys in Wyoming.

A Single Man (2009) | Trailer

A gorgeous piece of cinema, based on the book of the same name about an English professor struggling to cope with ordinary life in 1960's Los Angeles after the sudden death of his boyfriend. Also Nicholas Hoult is ridiculously good looking.

Maurice (1987) | Trailer

From the director of "Room with a View" and based on the novel of the same title it is a tale of same-sex love in early 20th century England, featuring a young Hugh Grant and great cinematography.

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994) | Trailer

A great, if fairly camp, road trip film which follows the journey of two drag queens and a transsexual woman across the Australian Outback.

Christopher and His Kind (2011) | Trailer

Adapted from writer Christopher Isherwood's autobiography of the same name this television film tells the story of Christopher's life in Berlin in the early 1930s.

Free Fall (2013) | Trailer

The film centres around a police officer with a pregnant girlfriend, who whilst he is away on a training course falls in love with a male colleague and the complications that arises from that.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) | Trailer

Based on the stage musical of the same name, this musical comedy-drama film is about a fictional rock band fronted by an East German transgender singer and their tour across the U.S.

Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013) | Trailer

A French romantic coming-of-age drama about discovering desire, and asserting oneself as a woman and as an adult. Featuring some magnificent performances from the leads.

Happy Together (1997) | Trailer

Directed by the great Hong Kong auteur Wong Kar Wai, the film is about a turbulent relationship between two men.

Mysterious Skin (2004) | The films of Gregg Araki | Trailer

I have no idea how Gregg Araki made this film, most of his work is funny, immaterial films that play with gender norms and sexuality. This however is a fantastic piece of drama with a great central performance by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Bad Education (2004) | The films of Pedro Almodóvar | Trailer

Queerness is a central theme in a lot of the films by the Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, the film I have singled out centres around two childhood friends and the sexual abuse that occurred during their religious schooling under the Franco regime.

Tomboy (2011) | Trailer

This is worth seeing just because of the stunning performance that Zoé Héran gives as a 10 year old transgender boy. Like seriously, the film is great and all but that performance is hauntingly good.


The Celluloid Closet (1995) | Trailer

Based on the book with the same name, The Celluloid Closet examines LGBTIQ life in the world of film, both on and off screen.

Vito (2011) | Trailer

The story of Vito Russo, one of the early gay activists, author of "The Celluloid Closet," and AIDS activist.

She's a Boy I Knew (2007) | Trailer

Filmmaker Gwen Haworth turns her camera on her family for this down-to-earth documentary that follows her transition from male to female over the course of several years.

Paragraph 175 (2000) | Trailer

The film chronicles the lives of survivors of the Nazi persecution of homosexuals under the German Penal Code, Paragraph 175.

Paris Is Burning (1990) | Trailer

Explores the New York drag scene in the 1980s, voguing, balls and the hopes and dreams of those who participated.

Call Me Kuchu (2012) | Trailer

Examines what it is like to be gay in Uganda and the fight against a bill which threatens to make homosexuality punishable by death.

How to Survive a Plague (2012) | Trailer

A look into the fight against AIDS, focusing on the efforts of activist groups ACT UP and TAG.

Queer as 18th Century Folk (2003) | No trailer available

Part of the documentary series Georgian Underworld that examined "hidden" aspects of life in 18th century Britain. Queen Anna Chancellor narrates this episode that focuses on queer life which provides some fascinating historical insights.

The Times of Harvey Milk (1984) | Trailer

An engrossing documentary of the career of Harvey Milk, gay activist and the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California.

Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement (2009) | Trailer

After 42 years, lesbian couple Edie and Thea are finally getting married. The film chronicles their lives from the early '60s to the present day and the political and personal battles they've endured.

We Were Here (2011) | Trailer

This film examines the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco and how the community rose to the occasion in response.

Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria (2005) | Trailer

Three years before the riot at Stonewall, a group of transgender women and drag queens fought police harassment at Compton's Cafeteria in San Francisco. This film explores that event, the people who partook in it and life in San Fransisco around that time.

Before Stonewall (1984) | Trailer

A historical retrospective of the Gay and Lesbian community before the Stonewall riots started the larger gay rights movement.

Stonewall Uprising (2010) | Trailer

The documentary chronicles the police raid of Stonewall in June 1969 and the riot that followed.

After Stonewall (1999) | Trailer

A historical retrospective of the Gay Rights movement from the 1969 Stonewall riots to the present.

TransGeneration (2005) | Trailer

A docuseries that looks at the lives of four college students undergoing gender transition.

A Jihad for Love (2007) | Trailer

A documentary on gay, lesbian, and transgender Muslims across the Muslim and Western worlds.

Making the Boys (2011) | Trailer

The story of one of the first gay plays in America, the film adaptation and their legacies.

The Case Against 8 (2014) | Trailer

Taking a look at the events that led up to, the fight against and the aftermath of California's Proposition 8 which defined marriage as between a man and a woman only.

Intersexion (2012) | Trailer

A documentary about what it means to be intersex and how intersex individuals navigate through a male/female world.

Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt (1989) | Trailer

A collection of profiles of people dead from AIDS who are remembered in the AIDS Memorial Quilt.

For the Bible Tells Me So (2007) | Trailer

An exploration of the intersection between religion and homosexuality in the U.S. and how the religious right has used its interpretation of the Bible to stigmatize the gay community.

Hunted (2014) | Trailer

A part of the investigative journalism show Dispatches, Hunted takes a chilling look at the homophobia in Russia. Also known as a stand alone documentary Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia

(A)sexual (2011) | Trailer

A film about the emergence of the asexual community, the lives of some of its members, and the struggle to claim their identity.

Les Invisibles (2012) | Trailer

Several elderly homosexual men and women speak their lives in France at a time when society rejected them.

Southern Comfort (2011) | Trailer

The film documents the final year in the life of Robert Eads, a female-to-male transsexual, who when diagnosed with cancer was turned down for treatment by two dozen doctors out of fear that treating such a patient would hurt their reputations.
For the whole list by berzeli, refer here.

RatskyWatsky said:
TV - Queer as Folk (UK and US), Transparent, Six Feet Under (not exclusively lgbt themed, but one of the main characters is gay and he and his boyfriend are still probably the most fully realized gay characters in all of TV), Looking (one of the only current gay shows on TV, so why not), DTLA (for a soapy guilty pleasure mess), Angels in America, Orange is the New Black (also not exclusively lgbt themed but a lot of the characters are lesbian, bi, and trans), Noah's Arc (I haven't seen this but it's apparently decent), Queer Eye for the Straight Guy (of course!! :p)

Movies - Paris is Burning; Chris & Don: A Love Story; Weekend; Brokeback Mountain; The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert; Beautiful Thing; Happy Together; To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar;

Mumei recommends the following books:

Mumei said:
Some books about race / gender / sexuality:

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, by Michelle Alexander
The Souls of Black Folk, by W.E.B. Du Bois
Racism Without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in the United States, by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World 1890 - 1940, by George Chauncey
What's Wrong With Homosexuality?, by John Corvino
Homosexuality and Civilization, by Louis Crompton
Dispossession: Discrimination Against African American Farmers in the Age of Civil Rights, by Pete Daniel
Women, Race, and Class, by Angela Y. Davis
Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia: The Regulation of Sexual and Gender Dissent, by Dan Healey
How the Irish Became White, by Noel Ignatiev
When Affirmative Action Was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in Twentieth-Century America, by Ira Katznelson
Men & Masculinities: A Social, Cultural, and History Encyclopedia, by Michael Kimmel
Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men, by Michael Kimmel
Men & Masculinities: A Social, Cultural, and History Encyclopedia, by Michael Kimmel
The Gendered Society, by Michael Kimmel
Out of the Past: Gay and Lesbian History from 1869 to the Present, by Neil Miller
The Long Arc of Justice: Lesbian and Gay Marriage, Equality, and Rights, by Richard D. Mohr
Dude, You're a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School, by C.J. Pascoe
Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty, by Dorothy Roberts
Family Properties: Race, Real Estate, and the Exploitation of Black Urban America, by Beryl Satter
Just One of the Guys?: Transgender Men and the Persistence of Gender Inequality, by Kristen Schilt
Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity, by Julia Serano
Challenging Casanova: Beyond the Stereotype of the Promiscuous Male, by Andrew P. Smiler
Sexual Harassment and Bullying: A Guide to Keeping Kids Safe and Holding Schools Accountable, by Susan Strauss
Deep Secrets: Boys' Friendships and the Crisis of Connection, by Niobe Way
The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration, by Isabel Wilkerson

Jun 23, 2013
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Your gender?

Your sexual orientation?

Where Are You From?
New Orleans

Where Do You Live?
New Orleans, in the Irish Channel

How Old Are you?

Favorite Type of Music?
Video Game (check-out!)

Profession or Career interest?
MRI Technologist (although I hold degrees in Political Science and Math as well)

Favorite video game(s)?
The Zelda Series. I'm an unabashed Nintendo Fanman - too damn old to be a mere fanboy.

What are your hobbies (other than gaming)?
I'm house-obsessed right now. My fiancé & I are teaming-up with Dad (the architect) to build a house.
That, and I love politics. (I was that weird little 10-year-old who listened to NPR on his Walkman on the bus ride to school in the morning..)


Will drop pants for Sony.
Dec 21, 2005
Noah's Arc (2005) | Trailer

Supposedly it is a good show. But I'm not sure if it is "good for being on Logo"-good or "actually a good show"-good. Anyway, the show itself centres on gay life in west Hollywood.

A groundbreaking show by Punks director Patrik-Ian Polk that centers on the lives of four African-American gay males in Los Angeles . For a long time, the show was the Logo network's most popular title

Black Gay Movies:

Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom (2008) Trailer

Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom was his next film, featuring Polk as director, writer, and producer. It was written in collaboration with fellow writer from the series John R. Gordon, and picks up after the cliffhanger in the second season. It is about the marriage and wedding of the main character, Noah Nicolson, and his boyfriend Wade Robinson at Martha's Vineyard. In the movie, four groups of couples struggle for identities while attending four different bachelor parties where each relationship becomes more complicated. Near the end, Noah and Wade are not helped with their last-minute jitters by the social tension

The Skinny (2012) Trailer

In 2012, Patrik Ian Polk released the film The Skinny, in which he wrote, directed and produced. The film tells the story of five friends who are Brown University classmate s- four gay men and one lesbian - as they reunite in New York City for Gay Pride weekend, in which secrets are exposed, lies and lots of drama

BlackBird (2014) Trailer

Randy, a devout high school choir boy, struggles with his sexuality while living in his conservative Mississippi town. His mother blames him for his sister's disappearance as his father guides him into manhood.

Pariah (2011 film) Trailer

Pariah is a 2011 American art drama film written and directed by Dee Rees. It tells the story of Alike (Adepero Oduye), a 17-year old African-American teenager embracing her identity as a lesbian
Jun 5, 2013
Your gender? Female
Your sexual orientation? Bi
Where Are You From? Nova Scotia
Where Do You Live? Nova Scotia
How Old Are you? 21
Favorite Type of Music?I don't really single out a genre, I just listen to whatever.
Favorite video game(s)? Monster Hunter, Zelda, and Mario are my top 3.
What are your hobbies (other than gaming)? I don't have any.
Dec 22, 2008
Saskatoon, Sask, Canada
Your gender? Male
Your sexual orientation? Gay
Where Are You From? Canada
Where Do You Live? Sask
How Old Are you? 26
Favorite Type of Music? Ambient and Neoclassical
Profession or Career interest? Want to be a Therapist.
Favorite video game(s)? SNES
What are your hobbies (other than gaming)? Religion, Neurofeedback
Nov 9, 2010
Acapulco, Gro. MX
I tried to follow the last thread but I can't get on gaf everyday, :p also I tend to just read the messages one after the other without looking who's posting so I still don't recognize most posters but whatever. I'll try to post more this time.

I'll do the IBQ in the meantime.

The IBQ™

Your gender? -Male
Your sexual orientation? - Gay
Where Are You From? - Acapulco, Mexico
Where Do You Live? - Acapulco
How Old Are you? - 31
Favorite Type of Music? - Alternative, Rock, Classic rock
Profession or Career interest? - I work in the family business producing and selling ornate plants.
Favorite video game(s)? - Rythm games in general, far cry series, mass effect, dragon age
What are your hobbies (other than gaming)? - I watch lots of tv and sing lots of karaoke in my house. :p
May 12, 2011
Las Vegas, NV
Neat, new thread. :3

Guess I'll do the thing for funsies:

Your gender? Male
Your sexual orientation? Gayyyyy.jpg
Where Are You From? California
Where Do You Live? Las Vegas
How Old Are you? 21
Favorite Type of Music? Pop I guess?
Profession or Career interest? Legal assistant at a law firm, planning on being a lawyer.
Favorite video game(s)? Pokemon, Smash Bros., Mario (Kart)
What are your hobbies (other than gaming)? S'ing the D.
Oct 27, 2012

Stealing this gif from another thread :p

Filling out the IBQ™:

Your gender? Male
Your sexual orientation? Undefined
Where Are You From? Mexico :3
Where Do You Live? East Coast, USA
How Old Are you? 20
Favorite Type of Music? Classic Rock from the 70's, 80's 90's, Old Music.
Profession or Career interest? Studying CS (possibly business too).
Favorite video game(s)? Crash Team Racing, Uncharted Trilogy, the Last of Us, Civ V, Many other PC games to name.
What are your hobbies (other than gaming)? Running around like a fool and screaming from the top of my lungs "What's going on?".
Nov 27, 2007
Your gender - Male
Your sexual orientation - Gay
Where Are You From - USA,Texas
Where Do You Live - Fort Worth
How Old Are you - 28
Favorite Type of Music - Witch House/Indie
Profession or Career interest - Author
Favorite video game(s) - Pokemon,Fire Emblem,Tales,Dragon Age,Dynasty Warriors
What are your hobbies (other than gaming) - Writing, Collecting Sentai Figures, Listening to others problems.
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