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Decatur Alpaca Cottage – Lesbian Owned Guesthouse in Decatur, Georgia

Decatur Alpaca Cottage

Decatur Alpaca Cottage

CLOSE TO THE CITY BUT FAR AWAY

The ‘Decatur Alpaca Cottage’ is a family owned business rooted in Community, Inclusion, Philanthropy, and Hospitality. The Cottage is a place for our guests to rest, rejuvenate, and reconnect with loved ones. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Tik Tok!

The Decatur Alpaca Cottage offers a one-bedroom guest cottage on a peaceful urban farm in Decatur, Georgia, close to the city, but just far enough away for a little peace and quiet.

The cottage sits on a working Little Legacy Farm of an acre and a half, with alpacas, llamas, chickens, gardens, and much more. It’s the perfect place to rest, rejuvenate, and reconnect with your loved one, or with your own spirit.

We renovated the Decatur Alpaca Cottage in 2016, adding a number of modern conveniences as well as architectural accents. The cottage decor was updated again in 2019.

The cottage has a large screened-in porch overlooking our natural dye garden, with views of the adjacent field where you’ll find our alpacas, chickens, and a miniature llama.

See the Decatur Alpaca Cottage Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Lesbian Decatur Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Working on a sapphic comic and I just finished the cover art today! 🥰 : actuallesbians

Working on a sapphic comic and I just finished the

A place for discussions for and by cis and trans lesbians, bisexual girls, chicks who like chicks, bi-curious folks, dykes, butches, femmes, girls who kiss girls, birls, bois, aces, LGBT allies, and anyone else interested! Our subreddit is named r/actuallesbians because r/lesbians is not really for or by lesbians–it was meant to be a joke. We’re not a militant or exclusive group, so feel free to join up!

New design unveiled for Marsha P Johnson park after family complaints

Marsha P Johnson

Marsha P Johnson. (Netflix)

The brand new design for the Marsha P Johnson State Park has been unveiled after initial plans were scrapped following complaints from the trans hero’s own family.

New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced last year that Brooklyn’s East River State Park would be renamed for Johnson, making it “the first state park to honour an LGBT+ person”.

But the tribute was halted in March when Black trans activists raised concerns about the “harsh thermoplastic colours and extended cement slabs”, while Johnson’s family accused the city of “exploiting” her name for publicity.

“I personally feel this was a mass deception campaign and our family was deceived,” Johnson’s cousin James Carey said, as reported by the Brooklyn Paper. “From this point forward, no one will be trying to exploit my cousin’s name without consulting with my family.”

The designs have since had an overhaul after the planning agency involved the community in workshops and an online survey to gather feedback on how to properly pay tribute.

“We’ve had really great conversations and just really appreciate everybody’s passion for joining in the project and this is your park,” state parks regional director for New York City, Leslie Wright, told Community Board 1’s Parks and Waterfront Committee in a virtual meeting on 5 May.

Manhattan landscape architects Starr Whitehouse have agreed to remove a large painting of Johnson’s face and swap it for a series of commemorative plaques, along with a mosaic of a poem written by Johnson leading to the shoreline.

The large concrete slabs, which were originally to be painted in vivid rainbow colours, will be shrunk down to add almost four basketball courts’ worth of greenery to the waterfront lawn on Kent Avenue.

Other naturalistic elements like log benches will be placed along the waterfront and a series flower gardens is set to be planted around a circular path.

The park remains under construction and will wrap up in June, with plans to open up the space by the end of August.

Officials will meet with locals again in the fall to discuss more ways to commemorate Marsha P Johnson, such as a statue or a public art work at the entrance to the park.

Time to celebrate the spirt of 1970s hedonism, in the best possible way / Queerty

Time to celebrate the spirt of 1970s hedonism, in the

Goodbye Seventies

Welcome to Screen Gems, our weekend dive into queer and queer-adjacent titles of the past that deserve a watch or a re-watch.

The Retro: Goodbye Seventies

We fell hard for this homage/history lesson to the hedonistic 70s and 90s underground Queer Cinema from writer/director Todd Verow earlier this year. Goodbye Seventies recalls both the Utopian adult filmmaking of Boogie Nights and the ole’ fashioned let’s put on a show attitude of Summer Stock. The story: in the late 1970s, a group of bathhouse buds decide to make a gay adult film together, which becomes a surprise success. Their newfound credentials soon bring plenty of money, sex, drugs, and chaos, even as the growing shadow of AIDS looms ever larger over their lives.

Verow channels the earliest films of the New Queer Cinema movement: gritty, low-budget production value, hardcore nudity and in-your-face attitude. It may appear amateurish at first glance, but in this case, that’s the pointGoodbye Seventies channels both the extreme low-budget gay adult films of the 1970s, as well as the explicit gay cinema of the 1990s. That period saw films such as Swoon, Poison, and RSVP push the envelope of content, usually on a shoestring budget. Verow challenges himself, in a sense, to do what innovators such as Cheryl Dunye, Kim Pierce, Todd Verow, Todd Haynes and Marlon Riggs did: find a way to make it work.

Explicit, very stylized and—much to our delight—moving in an odd way, we suggest giving it a watch as both an introduction to two important decades of queer history, and personal statement from someone who lived through both.

Streams on VUDU & YouTube.

Reine #21: I’m Your Dad Now

Reine #21: I'm Your Dad Now


In a seven panel comic colored in pastel tones, the first panel reads: "I'm Your Dad Now by Rea Strapp." in the second panel two friends ask each other if any gay really has a good relationship with their fathers, in the third panel one of the friends says that they in fact do have a good relationship with their father — which means that, "Now I your Dad." They list all the classic gay dad things they can do — build things with lumbar, use power tools, but can they drive with a stick? Ha no — you'll have to ask your gay mom for that.

Ren Strapp

Ren Strapp is a butch lesbian illustrator and designer, who makes comics about her life. She is an Appalachian farm girl living in Portland, OR. She loves birds and plants. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram and support her work on Patreon.

Ren has written 23 articles for us.

Queer parenting pioneers offer roadmap for queer families, May 15 – Lesbian.com

Queer parenting pioneers offer roadmap for queer families, May 15

San Francisco, Calif. May 3, 2021 – A roadmap for queer families navigating the complex issues
of homo/bi/transphobia, intersectionality, and social equity will be presented at a panel
discussion on May 15th from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm. The webinar will be moderated by LGBTQ
historian, author, and filmmaker, Robin Lowey and will feature LGBTQ rights pioneer Donna
Hitchens and community bridge builder Crystal Jang. It is sponsored by San Francisco-based Our
Family Coalition, a nonprofit organization that advances equity for LGBTQ families and children
through support, education, and advocacy.

The webinar registration can be accessed here:
https://ourfamily.z2systems.com/np/clients/ourfamily/event.jsp?event=105785

Our Family Coalition invites young queer adults seeking to build (or in the process of building)
intentional families, empty-nesters looking to see their generations’ stories told, and families
interested in empowering their queer and non-binary children. Panelists will be sharing the
stories of early LGBTQ parenting struggles, triumphs, and family values that led to the historic
shift in both the queer community and the American family.

“A generation ago, in the face of legal barriers and social invisibility, LGBTQ families raised
children by the power of love, imagination, and ingenuity,” said Lowey. “Our kids – now young
adults – have not only survived intact, they’ve thrived, not in spite of who their parents are, but
because of them.”

Panel topics will include: What does it mean to be a pioneering queer family; the superpower of
growing up in a queer family; and a roadmap of perspective and positivity for today’s queer
families. A question and answer session will follow, along with a trivia game and prizes.

Featured Panelists:
In 1977, Donna Hitchens co-founded of The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) which
was then called the Lesbian Rights Project. In 1982, Hitchens wrote, published the litigation
manual for attorneys defending lesbian mothers in child custody cases nationwide. In the
1980s, Hitchens and her wife Nancy Davis adopted two baby girls. Hitchens and Davis were the
first couple to attain legal adoption as same-sex co-parents in 1986. Hitchens became the first
out elected lesbian judge elected in the US in 1990. Currently, the couple enjoys grandparenting
their daughter and her wife’s 16-month-old baby.

Crystal Jang became the first out lesbian in San Francisco’s Chinatown in 1978, and the first out
Asian educator in the SFUSD (San Francisco Unified School District) in 1990. A community
bridge builder and activist, Jang co-founded Asian Pacific Islander Queer Women and
Transgender Community. Jang and her wife Sydney Yeong adopted a baby girl from China in
1996. Jang’s parents greeted them in Hong Kong, starting the first generation of openly gay
APILGBT families.

Moderator:
Robin Lowey is a speaker, author, filmmaker, and historian, whose work elevates the discourse
about the role lesbian history plays in advancing LGBTQ civil rights and social equity. Lowey and
her ex-wife each gave birth to baby boys in 1990 and 1996, respectively. A pioneering queer
parent and activist, Lowey is the founder of Lesbian Game Changers, a project that shares the
stories of LGBTQ+ role models who empower today’s youth to realize their full potential and
value in their careers, communities, and families. Sponsored by Our Family Coalition, Lesbian
Game Changers provides resource books and films that fill the gap in education about LGBTQ
history. Lowey’s book Game Changers was awarded Best New LGBTQ Book at the New
Generation Indie Book Awards.

Sponsor
Our Family Coalition is a 501c3 nonprofit that advances equity for the full and expanding
spectrum of LGBTQ families and children through support, education, and advocacy. It seeks to
create an inclusive and just world where all LGBTQ families with children have visibility and
opportunities to thrive as valued participants in our schools, institutions, and communities. It is
located at 1385 Mission Street in San Francisco.

The webinar will be recorded and available at
https://ourfamily.z2systems.com/np/clients/ourfamily/event.jsp?event=105785
by June 15, 2021.

“Daddy & Dada” Picture Book Celebrates Many Types of Families

"Daddy & Dada" Picture Book Celebrates Many Types of Families

A new picture book by a two-dad couple centers a child with two dads as she talks about her family and the many other types of families in the world around her.

Daddy & Dada

Daddy & Dada, by Ryan Brockington and Isaac Webster, with illustrations by Lauren May (Little, Brown Young Readers), opens with a young girl named Rumi introducing us to her daddy, dada, baby brother, and dog, and the fun things they like to do together. She goes on to introduce us to her friends, some of whom have a mom and a dad or a single parent. Her dads told her that “families come in all shapes and sizes,” and she points out more: with two dads (in addition to her own), two moms, a caretaking grandmother, and various numbers of children. The families dance, sing, and play sports together.

This cheery book is particularly notable for showing multiple families with two dads or two moms and for recognizing the concept of chosen family. One of Rumi’s friends calls her his sister, “And my dads say that’s cool because sometimes friends are just like family!” she tells us.

The images on a couple of pages could have used a little more thought, however. On one, the girl introduces us to her two sets of grandparents, and we see two snapshots of the grandparent couples and two snapshots of other family members. The labels “This is Nan and Pops” and “This is Grammy and PaPa” are ambiguously positioned between the two pairs of photos, however. The grandparents (especially the grandmothers) also look far too young to be grandparents—not that there aren’t young grandparents, but between that and the ambiguous position of the labels, the whole page is somewhat confusing.

On another page of families that Rumi encounters, she notes one family as an example of “families who sing.” The wife of that family wears a hijab. She and her husband are outside in a park, singing as their child plays guitar. Given that the role and permissibility of music and musical instruments for Muslims is a debated topic, it feels like it might have been better to show the family engaged in some other activity. Yes, many Muslims do listen to, play, and create music—but since others feel some or all of those activities are forbidden (or permitted only in certain ways), why not just stay away from that area and show the family doing something else? If the book or page was specifically about diversity among Muslims, however, that would be different, and showing a variety of practices would be laudable.

Overall, though, May’s illustrations are bold and bright; she gets bonus points for drawing a scene with one of the dads in banana-patterned pink pajamas and fluffy slippers. (Because why not?) The girl and her family are all White, but other families and friends are of various skin tones. One boy uses crutches and another a wheelchair. Add this to the growing list of LGBTQ-inclusive picture books celebrating family diversity. Daddy & Dada officially launches May 18, but is available for preorder now.

Warzone adds Rambo and John McClane to its roster

80s CoD Warzone

Some of the 80s biggest action heroes are invading Verdansk for its latest update on May 20th (Activision)

It’s official! Two iconic new arrivals will be crash landing in Verdansk 84′, as the latest update of Call of Duty: Warzone includes a new 80s action heroes event.

The May event in Call of Duty: Warzone will see two of modern cinema’s most iconic characters ,John Rambo from the Rambo franchise (played by Sylvester Stallone), and John McClane (from the Die Hard movies played by Bruce Willis) become available in-game to coincide with the new Verdansk 84 map: after the original map was nuked back to the 1980s recently.

As confirmed by the game’s developers Activision yesterday (13 May), the skins are a fun new addition to the current 80s theme.

Last week, fans suspected that Rambo was coming to Warzone when a tweet from the Call of Duty account shared stats from a mysterious operator named SURVIVORJOHN#1009062.

Since then there have been rumours of Call of Duty hinting at a possible movie collaboration when a cryptic tweet and a website for the fictional company ‘Nakatomi Duct Cleaning’, which fans of Die Hard will instantly recognise as the corporation featured in the films.

And even the creative director Amos Hodge got fans excited when he said in a Call of Duty: Warzone interview “I’d like to point out that in the slides we showed you [earlier], there was a little classified section for ‘80s Action’… there is some cool stuff we’ve got planned for the 80s, so feel free to speculate on that”.

The new season of Call of Duty was released last month alongside an action-packed trailer that starred some familiar faces from the worlds of hip-hop, gaming and professional sports – from Saweetie to Dennis Schroder and a whole bunch of other people in-between. Season 3 launched with a nuke event that saw a brand new map set in 1984 which saw players blasted into the destruction of Verdansk battling it out against each other – and zombies.

Call of Duty: Warzone is free to play on PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

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Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal

Dylan wanted to propose to Cathy in a way she would never forget.

“We were going to a concert to see one of Cathy’s favorite artists, Andy Black, perform,” Dylan writes. “While at the concert, I had the idea that proposing with the help of one of Cathy’s idols would be a dream come true. I knew it was unlikely to happen, but thought that if I could make it work, then it was truly meant to be.”

“I excused myself ‘to the bathroom,’ but really went over to Andy Black’s tour manager, who was standing at the sound booth in the back of the venue. I explained the idea and asked for his help, but he said there was nothing he could do now that Andy was already on stage.”

But Dylan wouldn’t take no for an answer.

“I tried something a little more creative and wrote a note on a napkin that I then planned to walk to the stage and try to get into the hands of Andy Black. With the napkin in hand, reading, ‘Andy, will you help me propose to my girlfriend? She is a die hard fan,’ I made my way through the crowd towards the stage (which was no easy task). After multiple attempts and some help from a handful of audience members, Andy finally received the napkin and brought me up on stage to propose to Cathy.”

When Cathy saw Dylan standing next to Andy Black, she began to cry and make her way up to the stage.

“With a non-engagement ring that I already had as my own, I proposed to her on stage with Andy Black, and she said, ‘Yes!’ Two days later, we went engagement ring shopping, and switched out that substitute ring for the real deal.”

Later that year, Cathy proposed back to Dylan while they were working on a Habitat for Humanity project in Nashville.

“As a celebration of Nashville’s music roots, Habitat Nashville had arranged for marching bands to march all of the volunteers out of the worksite at the end of each day. At the end of day 4, we were watching as the marching band made their way by our worksite. Then, marching behind the band, came a couple of Habitat volunteers and friends of ours holding a banner that read, ‘Dylan, will you marry me? -C.’”

They celebrated their engagement with a beautiful and fun-filled photo shoot on Boston’s Beacon Hill.

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

Afternoon engagement session in Boston after concert proposal | Rowan Oaks Studios | Featured on Equally Wed, the leading LGBTQ+ wedding magazine

 

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Disney announces its Proud Family reboot will include two gay dads

Disney announces its Proud Family reboot will include two gay

On May 12, Disney delighted LGBTQ+ fans by announcing a pair of gay dads as part of its Proud Family reboot.

The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder launches in 2022 on Disney Plus, and will feature Barry and Randall Leibowitz-Jenkins as the parents to Maya, a fourteen-year old activist.

What’s more, both Barry and Randall will be voiced by gay actors Zachary Quinto and Billy Porter.

The reboot will feature many of the same characters from the original show, as well as a return of most of the same actors to voice them. Kyla Pratt will return as the main character, Penny Proud, Tommy Davidson returns as Oscar Proud, JoMarie Payton returns as Suga Mama, Paula Jai Parker as Trudy Proud, and the list goes on.

In an emotional essay in Them, longtime Proud Family fan Michael Cuby expressed what this more inclusive version of the show means.

The Proud Family would have always held a special place in my heart,” Cuby wrote. “But with the 2021 version of the animated series taking great strides to reflect more real-world diversity, the Disney sitcom seems poised to blow even my expectations out the water.  The Proud Family reboot is everything I would have wanted as a kid. But I’ll settle for tucking in to watch it as an adult.”

Bringing even more joy to LGBTQ+ fans, the character of Michael Collins, Penny’s best friend, will return to the show, this time as unapologetically non-conforming. The first time around, Cuby writes, Collins “was coded as queer though his sexuality was never explicitly addressed.”

In an Instagram post, Ej Johnson, the gender fluid actor who will voice Michael, wrote that the character is “witty fabulous glamorous and a force to be reckoned as well as unapologetically themselves.”

We can’t wait to see what else this inclusive show brings!

Up : actuallesbians

Up : actuallesbians

A place for discussions for and by cis and trans lesbians, bisexual girls, chicks who like chicks, bi-curious folks, dykes, butches, femmes, girls who kiss girls, birls, bois, aces, LGBT allies, and anyone else interested! Our subreddit is named r/actuallesbians because r/lesbians is not really for or by lesbians–it was meant to be a joke. We’re not a militant or exclusive group, so feel free to join up!

Alison Bechdel Is Working on a “Dykes to Watch Out for” Animated TV Series!

Alison Bechdel Is Working on a "Dykes to Watch Out

I’M BAAAAAAACK!!!! Did you miss me? 💋


Queer as in F*ck You

“So much of what people are asking for today in TV was organically fulfilled with your comic strip, Dykes to Watch Out For — a warm, funny serialized story featuring a big, diverse ensemble of characters dealing with everything from marriage, children, polyamory, death, politics and protest. Adapting it into a TV show seems like a no-brainer. Was that ever an option?

Honestly I’m working on that right now. I don’t want to talk about the specifics, because if it falls through, it’s just a bummer. But it’s a plan to create an animated series based on my drawings. The original concept for the show was to update it and set it in the present. I wrote the pilot before Trump was elected, and we just had a discussion about how maybe it makes more sense to set it in the time period in which it really happened, which I am so much happier about. Somehow the update made sense five years ago, but now I want to do it as a period piece. We’re aiming to do it in the early ‘90s, which was the midpoint of the run of the comic strip. For older people, it might be nostalgic; for younger people, they’re curious about what now was a long time ago. When I was a teenager, I would watch movies that were 30 years old, and they seemed prehistoric.”

I started to pull out quotes from this interview, but honestly soon I was just typing out the entire thing. If you’re a regular reader of this link roundup, you know that I’m a massive fan of E. Alex Jung’s work, and here he is interviewing the ONE AND ONLY Alison Bechdel so obviously it’s excellent and thoughtful and every question I’ve wanted to ask about Dykes, answered. The biggest tidbit of course is that she’s working on a Dykes to Watch Out For animated series, and now I will never know peace until we have it: In Conversation: Alison Bechdel

(Looking for more Alison Bechdel content? Might I suggest Talking with Alison Bechdel about Feminist Martial Arts, Lockdown, and Her New Book “The Secret to Superhuman Strength” by Alyssa Favreau for this very same website you are currently reading!)

Autostraddle! Now close, personal friends with Oprah!

Here’s the link: 15 LGBTQ Podcasts That’ll Make You Proud Year-Round

Cara Delevingne Is Selling an NFT of Her Vagina, Donating Profits

Instagram Adds They/Them Pronoun Options for User Profiles. Related: Top Social Media Platforms ‘Unsafe’ for LGBTQ Users, Report Finds. “Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube are ‘effectively unsafe for LGBTQ users,’ according to GLAAD’s inaugural Social Media Safety Index.”

Biden Administration Announces Reversal of Trump-Era Limits on Protections for Transgender People in Health Care (this isn’t the exact article where I read this, but reportedly this will also make those transphobic state bans harder to stand up in court, fucking finally.)

U.K. To Ban LGBTQ Conversion Therapy and Provide More Support

Lesbian Chef Kelly Fields Won the Heart and Stomachs of New Orleans Foodies. Please know that this comes with a bread pudding recipe! Is it too early to declare all bread puddings a lesbian dessert now? I’m ready. Let me know.

A Short Retelling of Atlanta’s Long — Radical — Queer History


Saw This, Thought of You

Breaking News: Fully Vaccinated? You Can Ditch the Mask, CDC Says And yes, you can enjoy that sun on your face — but also, let’s not lose sight of our U.S. privilege in these instances that was bought and paid for at the expense of others: For Nurses in India’s Largest Cities, ‘Every Day Feels like War.’

As a Former Foster Parent, Am I a Mom — Or Something Else? A Mother’s Day reflection that has really stuck with me this week.

Time to check in with the straights: J.Lo and Ben Affleck Have Never Been Low-Key. “That’s what makes them perfect celebrities.”

Why We Speak More Weirdly at Home

Saweetie, Rihanna, and the Memeification of Domestic Violence. “What does it mean to live in a society where violence against women and girls is treated as comedic fodder?”

Don’t Look Away. “As the WNBA begins its 25th season of soldiering on in the face of tired arguments for why fans don’t watch, the time has come to pay attention.”


Political Snacks

Mazie Hirono Is Okay With a Little Confrontation. “A long talk about anger with the gloriously foulmouthed senator from Hawaii.”

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