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VO L U ME 4 I S SU E 6

LCN Again!


For Veterans
Wimmin, wymin,
Hands on Orlando

Traffic Stop
Rheumatoid Arthritis
and Cannabis


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Cannabis Corner

The Haps


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For Veterans

This study will mark the first federally approved study in which the
subjects will be able to ingest the
marijuana by smoking it, he said.
It will also be "the first wholeplant marijuana study," meaning
the marijuana will not simply be
an extract of the cannabis in a
manufactured delivery system, such as
a pill.

"I suffered from severe posttraumatic-stress," Pereyda wrote

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in the petition. "I was prescribed a

cocktail of prescription drugs from
the VA for years; they didn't help."
He said he began using marijuana
exclusively in 2010 to treat multiple
symptoms of PTSD, including insomnia, depression, anxiety, and
panic attacks. He said the marijuana
has helped him "live a more full and
productive life." "We are now waiting
to hear back from the IRB at Johns Hopkins," which will be the second venue for
the actual study, Burge said. "We antici-

pate getting clearance ... in the

next several weeks."
Once the Johns Hopkins board
gives its approval and Sisley's research laboratory is in place,
MAPS will go to DEA to request
the necessary federal license to
buy the marijuana, he said.
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HerstoryNews about Wimmin, Women and Wymin.

Janet Mock (born March 10, 1983) is
an American writer, transgender rights
activist, author and the former staff editor
of People magazine's website. Mock was
born Charles Mock in Honolulu, Hawaii,
and grew up in Hawaii and Oakland, California. She is of African-American and
Hawaiian ancestry. At age 16, she was a
sex worker. She was the first person in
her family to go to college. She has a
Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Merchandising from the University of Hawaii at
Manoa and a Master of Arts in Journalism
from New York University. She underwent sex reassignment surgery in Thailand at age 18 in the middle of her first
year in college.
She came out publicly as a trans woman
in a 2011 Marie Claire article, but took
issue with how the author misgendered
her by stating she was born and raised as
a boy."I was born in what doctors proclaim is a boys body. I had no choice in
the assignment of my sex at birth... My
genital reconstructive surgery did not
make me a girl. I was always a girl."
Mock lives in New York City with her
fianc, photographer Aaron Tredwell
Mission StatementTo entertain and

Ella Josephine Baker

13, 1903
December 13,
1986) was an
civil rights
and human
rights activist.
She was a largely behind-the-scenes organizer whose career spanned over five decades. She worked alongside some of the
most famous civil rights leaders of the 20th
century, including W. E. B. Du Bois, Thurgood Marshall, A. Philip Randolph, and
Martin Luther King, Jr. She also mentored
many emerging activists such as Diane
Nash, Stokely Carmichael, Rosa Parks, and
Bob Moses. She was a critic of professionalized, charismatic leadership and a promoter of grassroots organizing and radical
democracy. She has been called "One of
the most important African American leaders of the twentieth century and perhaps
the most influential woman in the civil
rights movement."
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Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 April

12, 1975) was an American-born French
dancer, singer, and actress who came to
be known in various circles as the "Black
Pearl," "Bronze Venus" and even the
"Creole Goddess". Born Freda Josephine
McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri, Josephine Baker became a citizen of France in
1937. She was fluent in both English and
French. Baker was the first black woman
to star in a major motion picture, Zouzou
(1934) or to become a world-famous entertainer. Baker refused to perform for
segregated audiences in the United States
and is noted for her contributions to the
Civil Rights Movement.
After a short while, Baker was the most
successful American entertainer working
in France. Ernest Hemingway called her
"the most sensational woman anyone ever
saw." Her adopted son Jean-Claude
Baker describes his mother as a bisexual,
having had relationships with men and
women. Baker was found lying peacefully in her bed surrounded by newspapers with glowing reviews of her performance. She was in a coma after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage.
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educate others. We welcome input and

encourage you to be part of this enFree to lesbians Worldwide.
deavor. Live, Laugh, Learn and
Dance and Let Grandma/Grandpa
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Groups / Public Service

Food Sorting
Fun - Hands
On Orlando
Second Harvest Food
Bank of Central Florida

Lets have fun as we sort canned

goods for the hungry.
Everything from soup to cereal will

be distributed to thousands of children and families through a network of over 525 local pantries.
Imagine how many people you
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Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing. Closed-toe shoes are
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From Flex Your Rights...Traffic Stop

carefully about what items to keep

in the car with you.
In many cases, the officer will mention
Finally, never smoke marijuana in
marijuana just to see how you react. If or around your car. At Flex Your
you appear nervous, the officers sus- Rights, we hear many stories from
picions will escalate. Police often think people whove been arrested, and
they can tell by looking at you whether smoking marijuana in public places
youre a pothead, so be extra careful like vehicles is the #1 cause of
if theres anything about your appear- avoidable arrests.
Follow Flex Your Rights
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Help us get Flex Your Rights maHow you dress and what kind of vehicle you drive is a personal choice, but terials into every high school and
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Cannabis Corner

pear in the scientific literature.

In January 2006, investigators at
the British Royal National Hospital
for Rheumatic Disease reported successful treatment of arthritis with
cannabinoids in the first-ever controlled trial assessing the efficacy of
natural cannabis extract.

foundation (EIN: 32-0022088). Your

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for medical research purposes.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflamThis could be
matory disease of the joints charactergood news for the
ized by pain, stiffness, and swelling, as
tens of millions of
well as an eventual loss of limb funcAmericans who
tion. Rheumatoid arthritis is estimated
suffer from arthrito affect about one percent of the poputis, the nations leading cause of dislation, primarily women.
Many say marijuana is a natu- ability. Smoking marijuana raises the
Use of cannabis to treat symptoms of
ral way to alleviate symptoms of heart rate, and one study found that
RA is commonly self-reported by paa variety of conditions, such as
heart attack risk increases nearly fivetients with the disease. In a 2005 anonyfold in the hour after lighting up, acmous questionnaire survey of medicinal arthritis and chronic pain. A comcording to the National Institute on
cannabis patients in Australia, 25 perDrug Abuse. This isnt good news for
cent reported using cannabinoids to treat announced recently that its in the
rheumatology patients who are already
RA.[1] A survey of British medical can- process of developing a new canpredisposed to such issues.
dinabis patients found that more than 20
Luckily you can find an ideal cannarectly target arthritis. TIME magapercent of respondents reported using
zine recently shared a story that the bis strain, edible, concentrate, or topicannabis for symptoms of arthritis.[2]
cal product. ..in the 23 other states that
Nevertheless, few clinical trials investi- U.S. government is looking to purallow medical marijuana.
chase 12 acres of marijuana plants
gating the use of cannabis for RA ap-

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Affirmations for the Moment...

And God said, Behold, I have given you every
herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all
the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit
of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
Genesis 1:29 King James Version (KJV)
In the flush of love's light, we dare be brave. And
suddenly we see that love costs all we are, and
will ever be. Yet it is only love which sets us free.
Maya Angelou
Take chances, make mistakes. That's how you grow. Pain nourishes your courage.
You have to fail in order to practice being brave.
Mary Tyler Moore
Aunt Jeannie says. says. over the course of your life; as a human animal,

Live, Laugh, Dance,

Learn and Let
Grandma smoke pot.

you will find males and females attractive. It is a normal behavior. You may
settle for one or the other at some future time, for now simply accept your life
for what it is at each moment. Remember...You are loved just the way you are.

Colouring-in books
are the new therapy..

the latest weapon against

stress and anxiety. Five
of Amazons top 10 last
week were adult colouring-in books, as were six
of Brazils top 10 nonfiction list. Last year in
France, the combined
colouring-in industry
sold 3.5m books. Says
one woman, There are

so many of us out
there who are housebound, and people
dont know. Because

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Fancy Chicks

Found a new tv program named Coop

Dreams. If you like
chickens or are thinking
about getting some, this
is a show that you may
like. It comes on the
Destination America
Channel. (162 on
you know that chickens
can live 20 yrs?

were hidden. Were indoors.

That color affects us all is
an undoubted fact. In fact,
color is so much a part of
our lives that we tend to
take it for granted.
Physical healing is encouraged by directing colored light towards diseased
areas of the body or to the
eyes. In conventional medical treatment, phototherapy
and photochemotherapy are
used in current dermatological practice e.g. in the
treatment of psoriasis, and
blue light has been shown

to be effective in the treatment of hyperbiliruminemia in the newborn.

Some color therapists
believe colours contain energy vibrations with healing properties. Exposure to
a color and its vibrations
can be used to assist the
body's natural healing and
recuperative powers to
achieve and maintain
health and well-being.

So, to your health!

Paint and color to your
hearts content. Use
paints, pens, markers or