Tag "Denial"

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THE JOURNEY THROUGH HOMOSEXUALITY

Denial is the first stage of grief. It’s also often the first response to realizing that one is homosexual. Acceptance is the last stage of grief, if one ever does

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OPEN CLOSETS WIDE SHUT

This is my position when it comes to dealing with family who know about your sexuality and, barring any forceful attempt to make you change, persistently work on your defenses

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YOU WITH THE DISEASE

Does he feel the need to be extra-masculine? Is he so conscious of looking too fashion-forward? “I for don relax my hair today but e go look somehow.” Does he

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THE TEMPTATION THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

So I have this family friend, I will call him Alex. I look up to him as my big brother because of the way our parents relate. In August 2014,

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The Straight Roommate

There was something about KCee. This I knew from the first moment I saw him. His charisma was just different from your typical first year student’s. Bearded, funky, overly confident

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THINGS THEY SAY AND THINGS THEY DO

One of my roommates recently struck up a conversation with me concerning the US Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. He went on about how it was the mark of

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My Infamous Fuck Buddy

I still strongly believe a rehabilitation center aimed at helping and solving that issue should be created that’s IF you wanna turn STRAIGHT from being GAY… How can a guy

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“I Did It For The Money” And Those Other Excuses Given When Caught Acting All Gay

These days, a self-identified “straight” public figure will be caught acting rather, well, “gay.” Maintaining a Grindr profile, for instance. Soliciting sex in a public restroom. Or being snapped by