Skip navigation! I love you. Those three little words are all-important, but they aren't all that creative.
I woke up in my ex's bed one morning this week, needing to run home and change before class. As she frantically pushed me out of bed, fearing that I was going to be late, I reassured her: "It's fine, I already know what I'm wearing. I care about my clothes, a lot.
I have already used both while reading these and plan on crying independently later at home. Seriously, these stories are so great. It was just two months into my first relationship with a woman and on that day, I knew I was head over heels for her and that we were going to be together for a long time.
When I was 25 years old, I came out of the closet. Or rather, busted out in all my gay glory! Then, a year and a half later, I suddenly lost my eyesight to a rare condition. When I looked at these three life-changing things individually, they did not seem insurmountable.
I realized that I am lesbian when I was in my O level because I used to have feelings for my fellow girls. When I finished my A level during my vacation, my parents realized or got to know that am a lesbian because they used to hear rumors from people and they used to see my partner visiting me. When they asked me I denied so what they did, my brother got me his friend to be my boyfriend I did not like it but I accepted and started to pretend just to take away what they heard about me because I still wanted my family and to study.
She is majoring in international studies at Flagler College with a anthropology concentration where she spends her free time making connections with anything and everything, celebrating and supporting her friends, and writing amaze ball slam poetry. She is still learning about life and love, but then again who isn't! My ultimate goal is make connections to everything and everyone.
That is until Cori meets the beautiful and mysterious Kat Finn. Cori quickly falls for the artist, and not everyone in her life is happy about it. Will Cori be forced to choose between love and friendship?
I'd spent my entire adult life in the convent. The year wasand I had made this pilgrimage to deliver what I knew would be jarring news. I studied her face.
That movie sucked,' snaps a dyke in Rose Troche's frothy comedy Go Fish. She's a blazing star: when she intimidates Bob Monkhouse in an excerpt from his show, this becomes suddenly irrefutable. There are electrifying, visceral scenes from her live show, too, which should ensure that she can never again be dismissed as just 'Madonna's friend'.