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Hello, and thank you for visiting! We at LifeOUT are here in hopes of creating a premier gay-oriented social network. We hope to create the best site possible, all while remaining completely and totally free. However, none of this can be done without you, our members. So, please, if you ever have questions, comments or concerns, let us know! We're always looking for ways to make this site better.

If you need assistance, just click "help" in the upper right corner and send us a message.

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Shared publicly - Aug 1 at 5:14am
We've made a small change to videos on the site. Previously we only processed videos at least 1 minute in length. Per popular demand, we've reduced this minimum limit to 30 seconds. So if you previously tried uploading a video < 60 seconds in length, go try again! Thanks!


Shared publicly - Jan 29 at 8:48am
We're currently working to integrate a new video chatroom. For anyone interested, please feel free to try it out.

Please note, this is a very early stage demo, and we expect there to be substantial bugs in the software, so please don't be too frustrated with it.
Jan 29 at 10:30am
Notice when I went there: "you browser does not support" whatever's system you're using. :-(
Jan 30 at 5:34am
Can you please click "Help" from the main menu and send us a quick message? This will allow us to see what browser and browser version you are using so we can see if we are able to support your browser. Thanks!


Shared publicly - Jan 9 at 5:38am
Many have asked about the removal of our chatrooms.

As is explained on that chat page, we were informed of security holes in the chat software essentially forcing us to shut down the chat service as quickly as possible. The chat software was based on Adobe Flash and hadn't been updated since 2014. As anyone in the software industry knows, that much time over the life of Adobe Flash has shown how very insecure it is. In an effort to protect our members security, we were forced to make this move.
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Oh, and you just discovered this or do you not have anyone working in IT? Don't you think we should receive free access until this is fixed?
We were just informed by our vendor about this. We were unaware of any problem until a few days ago. As we explained to you when you contacted our support, we are working to resolve the issue. If you don't like that, I'm not sure what to tell you.
Chrome is no longer supporting Adobe and Frrefox is catching up. I understand this will now be hptt5 but when will this be sent to us? I've been intending to call Microsoft but keep forgetting to.


Shared publicly - May 15 2016 at 5:43pm
LifeOUT wants your feedback to help shape the future of our products. Take our quick poll! We appreciate your help! :)


May 15 2016 at 5:40pm

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Nov 23 at 1:45am
“The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.” ... William Blake a Blessed and Happy thanksgiving


Nov 21 at 2:17pm
Gobble Gobble til you wobble wobble! Have a wonderful and festive Holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!!!


Oct 29 at 1:58am
Satan's trains through raging infernos, and Cracks in the Beach rocks down to hell,

Ghost trains in your mind bound to Nowhere, and lights appearing from where no one can tell,

All Hallows Eve, lost souls fly through the night

Like Zombies as the drivers of those trains of death's fright.

May you truly enjoy each fright in the night, It's Halloween, and that's when what's scary is right


Oct 28 at 5:54pm
Pixie, kobold, elf, and sprite,

All are on their rounds tonight;

In the wan moon's silver ray,

Thrives their helter-skelter play.


Oct 28 at 4:50pm
We mask our faces,and wear Strange Hats.We Laugh like witches,and Screech like catsJump Like Goblins,Thump Like Elves.We ALMOST manage to scare ourselves!


Sep 4 at 6:00am
Today we Honor Labor, Some of us Honor all the World's Laborers:, not the Unions and their political cronies, but we Honor the Laborers themselves and their labor. The laborers who prepare, and who serve; the laborers who build, and who repair; the laborers who clean, the laborers who plant, and harvest and glean; the laborers who made real, and made working, all the clever inventions that America's and the world's thinkers and tinkerers have devised. Without them, we'd all be doing it ourselves as if it were still paleolithic 12,500-BC.


Happy Labor Day


Jul 4 at 6:03am
"We mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor”

To the signers of the Declaration of Independence, their lives were not sacred. Their fortunes were not sacred. They appear to have fully realized that the only thing likely to endure an armed rebellion, if it came to that, would be the ideas, beliefs and faith that formed the philosophical heart of what we today call liberty.

Remember that reality. Remember those who strive to stifle our Liberty must themselves be stymied from their blatant schemes .

When men must defend their own Liberty, remember Lexington and Concord and all since, whether fighting with guns or pens and votes - - - what was begun 240 years ago is still alive and needs us all

For all the signers, the one thing that was sacred was their honor. That was the gift they hoped to leave for future generations. There is no honor in taking from others or in subjecting others to pain, suffering and tyranny. Honorable men have the ability to see tyranny and the backbone to stand against it, though all they own may be taken from them as they fight by whatever means necessary to ensure liberty for themselves and their fellow citizens. There is no more honorable pursuit than the cause of liberty for the common good. This is what I think of on Independence Day.

Happy Declaration of Independence Day, Jason, and Crew

The fight only began in 1776

"for not one of us will ever be free until we are all free." LGBT poet, Audre Lorde



Jul 2 at 8:40pm
hpy Independence day