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    Gender; The Unending Saga - By Liam

    Gender; The Unending Saga - By Liam
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    Gender: It's a fairly complicated topic to talk about because it's a different experience for everyone.

    So, I'll talk about how it’s been for me. From the time I was really little to about the time I was eight, I was pretty much what you would expect from a little girl...

    Coming Out - By Sun

    Coming Out - By Sun
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    It all kind of started when my friends and I were at the park, and some kids started saying things about the music we were playing. The song was “A Trophy Father’s Trophy Son,” by Sleeping with Sirens, and we could all relate and were kind of in our feelings. Anyway, these kids said things to us, and we said things back to them.

    My Experience with Homophobia - By Tom Hurst

    My Experience with Homophobia - By Tom Hurst
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    38% - that's the amount of people who, according to the 2012 British Social Attitudes Survey, see homosexuality as either “Always wrong” or “Mostly wrong” (Park et al., 2013). And while the data is five years old, hate crime numbers seem...

    Procrastination and Lesbians - By Ren

    Procrastination and Lesbians - By Ren
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    Everyone knows I'm a lesbian. It's kind of open since I blasted my way out of the closet just recently. Interestingly enough, this happened to be on “Coming Out” day, through FaceBook. Not one of my better decisions.

    Discovering I am Gay - By AJ Tennison

    Discovering I am Gay - By AJ Tennison
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    I once thought, “I don’t want to be gay.”

    Why should I not want to be gay? I cannot help the fact I am gay. I can’t change the fact I am attracted to females. Why can’t I just be straight?

    There's Always Someone - By Adam N.

    There's Always Someone - By Adam N.
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    My name is Adam, and I’m a gay, FTM transgender individual. My homosexual journey began at the beginning of 8th grade, when I fell in love with a girl. I wasn’t very big on relationships at the time; I had only had 2 boyfriends prior to this...

    The Guy With An Ovarian Disease - By Lykos Blood

    The Guy With An Ovarian Disease - By Lykos Blood
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    I came out to my parents in late April, and in September, I came out publicly. Everything was great. My friends started calling me by my preferred name and male pronouns, and I had previously been homeschooled due to depression and anxiety and was allowed to head back to school in the new year as a public school student.

    A Letter Never Sent - By Tom Hurst

    A Letter Never Sent - By Tom Hurst
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    Dear L,

    I am sorry.

    These words have hung on the tip of my tongue for seven years, seven years since I abandoned you to the wolves...

    Growing Up - By Dipper Kanae

    Growing Up - By Dipper Kanae
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    The world saw plenty of dramatic changes over the years as people grew to learn more about how other humans work and feel, along with understanding what makes everyone so very unique. As a person who strives to be as accepting and open-minded as possible, I find it important...

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