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  1. Ken George
    October 28, 2017

    I find it never actually goes away. This is bcos as gay people we have been so demonized that most times we have no choice but to live two seperate lives. Even when u get over this by coming out, the scars still remain and we prefer others didnt know our little secret. Anything that reflects any feminine nature is quickly tucked away

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  2. Johnny
    October 28, 2017

    There is this thing you can’t hide. If your machoest if all machos, I will know if you are gay. It’s not gaydar , it’s a gift. Everyone has their own side of feminity. Be yourself and rock your life.

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    • Baddest
      October 28, 2017

      Just because someone has some feminine traits does not mean they are gay or interested in gay lifestyle,same way most people don’t wanna be Christian even though their parents baptized but now they are grown,they don’t believe in the religion,they should be able to choose what rocks their both,some can like men and still refuse to live a gay lifestyle nor become a gay crusader,we all have different plans and how we want to live our life,if you want to be in the closet,stay there till u die,if you wanna start the Lagos gay pride,lead the way and if you wanna start a family then do whatever u like as long as it makes u happy,Nobody should tell u how to live your life or how to be Gay,it is not a competition. If you are macho then be proud of it,if u are diva then be proud of urself

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    • Ken George
      October 28, 2017

      Feminity does not necessarily equal gay, just like masculinity does not necessarily equal straight. Then there are bi guys in varying degrees, some just curious while others can never be caught dead with a guy.
      Theres just no way to be 100% sure

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  3. quinn
    October 28, 2017

    Some days are good, some days are bad, everyday I’ll try to get better and love myself. I do feel the shame sometimes, but I know it’s wrong to feel that way. I really do like the person I am.

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    • Absalom
      October 28, 2017

      💛

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    • Delle
      October 28, 2017

      👏👏👏

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  4. Gaia
    October 28, 2017

    IH… Big Issue

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  5. Foxydevil
    October 28, 2017

    I’ll always put it this way.
    Being gay is a flaw ,
    Flaws are like scars,
    Scars are permanent.
    But they ain’t going away,
    So you’ll have to wear your scars with pride.
    Because nothing tells your story more truthfully, than scars that dented you.
    So be gay, be fab, be happy.
    And if anyone tells you differently, tell them to shove it up their ass.
    🚶.

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    • Pink Panther
      October 29, 2017

      Being gay is a flaw.
      The things you say. SMH.

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      • Foxydevil
        October 29, 2017

        Medically homosexuality is a flaw. This has been backed up by many scientists. It is caused by “genetic variants ” ie “mutations ” ,basically that makes it unnatural and technically a flaw.

        The things I say?
        Maybe because my brain is a walking encyclopedia or I’m more truthful than sentimental.

        You’re free to carry out your own research on the topic too.

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  6. Pankar
    October 29, 2017

    “And because we can still perhaps never predict how someone might react to finding out the fact that one is gay, because we place undue importance on their opinion of us”. So wrong

    “..And because I care just a damn too much about what other people think of me..”. So wrong

    “..Some people appear to be completely unshackled by such internalized bullshit. If you’re one of them, I envy you..” So right.

    Its not just about being gay, or about IH. Its about relegating feminines, degrading almost all things female, and began with male chauvinism, until they too found out there’s a handful of their specie for whom this ‘femininely’ is a natural/ life style. Relate this to why women who proudly don their masculinity are rather, commended.

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