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01/09/2006

On Point: Education-encouraging foundation now accepting apps

by Jeremy Hooper

   The Point Foundation, an organization that "provides financial support, mentoring and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity," has officially opened the application process to those wishing to apply for a 2006 scholarship.

Not to be outdone, we at Good As You would like to announce to any potential queer college students wanting to know how to enjoy a full night of "Purple Hooter Shooters" and "Red Headed Sluts" and still make it to your 8 AM class the next day, that we've officially opened our memory banks, and we don't remember how the hell we did it. So please let us know if you find out this secret that exists only within America's hallowed halls of academia. Now days we can't even have two glasses of wine if we want to be able to fill the world with our irreverent take on LGBT politics at 8 AM the next day, much less many rounds of cheap Popov-filled shooters. Ah, to be young and in possession of a stomach that can handle both ramen and sh*tty booze, sometimes in the same night...::sigh::

For those wishing to apply for a Point scholarship, you can do so here.

The Point Foundation and Matthew Shepard Foundation Announce Unique Collaboration to Safeguard Gay Youth [Point Press Release]

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