The thing about sexuality is that it demands to be recognized, and surprises you with blushing cheeks and tingly genitals whether you try to ignore it or not. 654 more words
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I first encountered the identity of “queer” as a first year in college. I attended a meeting for one of the Filipino organizations on campus, and one of the coordinators introduced his program as a “space for queer Filipinos.” I was surprised to hear that term. 120 more words
“Maybe this just isn’t worth it,” I muttered under my breath, sprawled across the road, longing for a car to put a stop to this tired self-doubt. 641 more words
After a much tortured week of cramping for my mid term exam I was delighted to head to Washington, D.C. D.C. housed Georgetown University, the college I would have attended had my mother not chickened out of loan last minute; DC could be the place where I would build my career in politics and research; it could also be the place where I would meet my future partner, who might work in the realm of politics, research, or law…/ 902 more words
“words are the blocks from which sentences are made.”
to define ‘word’,we have to use words.
we might have a problem here.