A group of friends and I are sitting in a bar on Galvestan Island, eating a bowl of chips and drinking some beers while watching the sunrise.
A woman from the local chapter of the National Association of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Journalists is seated next to us, and she is holding a sign that reads “I am gay and a yachter.”
She’s holding her phone as she speaks, and a few seconds later, the phone vibrates.
The woman turns to me and says, “This is Jordan Belfort.”
“Yeah,” I reply.
“What’s your name?” she asks.
I don’t want to know her name, but I know who she is.
She is Jordan’s friend, her yachtmate, and our unofficial spokesperson.
The conversation quickly turns to politics, and the conversation quickly devolves into politics.
The group of men from the group of yachters sits around a table in the bar, talking politics.
We are discussing the latest election in Galviso, and how the state’s political parties are failing to tackle issues that affect the LGBTQ community.
When I mention that I’m a gay man, she says, I mean, you know, I think I’m straight, but that’s just my opinion.
I think you have to have a lot of guts to stand up to these kinds of people.
When a woman from another yachty club interrupts us and asks if she can join us, the women from the other club say that we should all just shut up and watch the sunrise because this isn’t our time.
When one of the men asks why he can’t go, the woman responds that she was having a bad night.
It’s true that I’ve been drinking, but this is my personal time to go to the beach and be alone with my thoughts, not mine to be seen with.
I get nervous when I think about all the people who have died at this moment, because I know that I have friends and family who have been killed in the past, but, honestly, what else can I do?
Jordan Belfield, an openly gay and bisexual American businessman, is best known as the owner of a yacht club in Galvezo, Texas, which has been called the “Yacht Capital of the World.”
He owns the Yacht Club in Galvano, which hosts more than 50 yachties, including the world’s largest yacht, the Golden Empress.
The club is owned by the New York-based Galvestone Yachts Corporation, a private company.
Belfort was arrested in January 2016, charged with murder, sexual assault, battery and conspiracy in the death of a man he allegedly assaulted at a yacht club in Louisiana.
The yacht club was closed when Belfort’s arrest, and he was charged with violating the terms of his lease by sailing to the Bahamas.
The company announced he had been charged with a felony and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor.
The New York Times reported that Belfort had been married to his girlfriend, and that they had separated.
Belfield was released from jail after spending two years in a mental health facility.
His yacht club’s owner, the Galvestones National Association, was also released after being charged with criminal conspiracy.
Belfasts group of supporters is a group of mostly gay and gay-friendly Republicans who believe the state and its elected officials are doing a disservice to the LGBTQ communities.
The national organization, which is not affiliated with a specific candidate, says it aims to “advocate for and defend the rights of all individuals, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.”
The group has been criticized for not endorsing candidates who support the LGBT community, but they also support Trump and are active in the conservative community.
On the day after the inauguration, the group posted a Facebook post from a man who said he is gay and that the day will “change the world for the better.”
It also published a message from the leader of the group.
The leader wrote, “Today we are standing up for what we believe in and what we stand for as Americans.
That is what America is all about.
We will be there to support the President, his team, and his team of people that we all know will be the ones that change the world.”