Tag "friendship"

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BEING BRUNO (Episode 7)

Previously on BEING BRUNO… * PAST There is a place where people go to when they feel like they have nowhere else to go. When they feel like humans have

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FROM FATHER, WITH LOVE (Entry 2)

Son, There is this passage I love from the Bible. It says: “…don’t forget the assembling together of the brethren.” Primarily, I believe, it refers to the assembling together of

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I Am Attracted to Men, Not ALL Men

Dear Straight Friend, We need to talk. I believe there has been a misunderstanding, one which I must now correct. The other day, I told you I am gay. It

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Waka Pass Diaries (Coming Out To Love)

March 10 When you come out and it goes well, when you look someone you care about in the eye and say, “I am gay”, and (s)he responds, “You’re still

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WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?

I came into last year, 2017, with a renewed sense of self and a determination to no longer be apologetic with my sexuality. The reasoning that governed me was simple:

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Love Letter To You, Dear Homophobe

My Friend, You are a lovely soul. You pour out the love of Jesus to strangers and those in pain. The sweet aura of God surrounds you, and it inspires

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Random Questions XVII

In one of his entries, Dennis Macaulay stated categorically that he cannot stay friends with his exes; according to him, once the relationship is over, he’s done with the ex.

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I Won’t Let You Fall

I was born blind, on one such cold night in Zagreb – the last child of my father, the first of my mother. She was declared barren by the enchanting

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The Shocking Story of Betrayal and Police Brutality

A few days ago, a member of the Nigerian Police, Aliyu Giwa, via his twitter account, gave a narration of police brutality and betrayal you never saw coming. Check out

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He And I

Being queer was not something I became one with until late in my teen year. There had always been tiny random feelings for other boys but not enough to make