poxic wrote:sambot5, welcome to the thread. And, incidentally, to some of the more perplexing parts of being a human-that-doesn't-fit-in-a-box. There are tons of answers out there, most of them wrong for you (or any other particular person). Some of them might be right-for-you. Or hey, you might find a totally new answer for yourself, just by being open to your own thoughts and feelings and options.
Some say that life gets difficult when the path is muddy. Some say that that's where the fun starts. I like the second sentiment, but it scares my knickers off, most days.
poxic wrote:Shivahn wrote:I really wish I'd done more stuff like this in college.
And the next-best time to learn is now. <3
It's like ... tearing off a mask, to go to this kind of meeting. It hurts, if the mask has been there for a long time. You feel the cold, fresh air, not on your face but on your heart. And it's like learning to walk again. And you can do it, because you've done it before. Not the same skills, not the same way of learning, but it's still just learning your way again. You've done that before, and you will many, many more times. If you're lucky, and willing.
poxic, you write all these great things, and so poetically! <3
natashatasha wrote:Oma and Opa
Your using these words makes me think your family is partially German .
Good luck with writing the letter to your dad. Now that you mentioned it here you have to do it, you know, right?
Did I mention I managed to go to the Rainbow Lunch at work? No? I managed to go to the Rainbow Lunch at work. It's every Monday. I tried before but failed because I did not recognize which people hanging around the canteen entrance might be the queer folk.
I am still nervous about this. I imagine the other people (not so many, about 6 people come to each lunch) are probably all gay or lesbian (well actually all gay as they are all men) and not bi, even though I have no evidence for this. So what will they think about the fact that I am married to a man? Or that I am poly?
Also I have completely new decisions to make . Should I share the technology-related / geeky things I mostly share on Google+ with my girlfriend (who is in a circle on her own) even though she is the only non-geeky friend I have (on Google+, almost true in reallife, too) or not? I might bore her to death, but otherwise she will hardly see any posts from me and might even comment on how I write nothing, and then I would say I do, I just don't share it with you, and ... complicated.