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Reddit | LGBT by /u/stonebrix - 11m ago

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Reddit | LGBT by /u/ms_natur - 2h ago

during that time my trans-phobic father had insisted

on taking care of me util i was able to take care of my self again and as i had lost my mother

only 4 months prier i didn't have much choice in the matter as i was healing i told my friend

everything that happened i have not herd from her since. i started HRT shortly after.

fast foreword 9 months my childhood friend got me a new job and i will come back to him in

a bit but one of my coworkers and i become nerdy friends we still are actually now they are

on the fence about being trans and i had found out by listening at the right time so i vary

timidly offered them my doctors business card they is still on the fence but at least wont tell my

secret as again my childhood friend works there with us all be it in a different room now

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Reddit | LGBT by /u/ms_natur - 2h ago

this is a repost made bite size

this is not easy for me especially after building up metaphoric walls my entire life, but, I feel

that i need to share my story more for my own mentality than any validation that said any

advise is welcome. I have been trans for a very long time like 22 to 23 years out of the 30

under my belt and i have told only 2 people both had came out to me first and even then it

took a great effort to allow my guard down to tell them. the first friend i told re-leaved a

great knot from my chest and i told her everything no holding back even about my self

destructive tendencies and she seamed intrigued by my ambitions. until the night i almost

died from my own hubris the details are graphic so i will spare you the nity gritty but i will

say despite healing 4 times faster than the doctors thought possible it still took almost two

months till i was able to return to work.

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There’s a blood drive at work.

I can’t donate, because I’m a sexually active gay man.

I guess queer blood isn’t good enough for the people needing a transfusion. It’s just another example of how LGBTQ people are not quite equal. The laws need to change! It is based on fear and misinformation as to why gay men can't donate. ALL blood is tested for many things, including HIV, before it is ever used. It makes me sad and angry that I can't help the community at large in this way. I am HIV negative and have always been. I practice safe sex and my partners have all been HIV negative as well... so WHY (other than homophobia) can I not give blood?

This stigma needs to end... you won't catch "the gay" by getting gay blood.

It's silly, it's maddening, and this needs to change.

Queer blood matters!

#lgbtq #CommBloodCtrKC #HRC #RedCross #QueerBloodMatters

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Reddit | LGBT by /u/freshprinceofpepe - 8h ago

So I'm moving in with one of my best friends and I felt I should tell him I'm bi so as too avoid a situation later. Well we went out to eat and I tell him, and he tells me I told him almost three weeks ago when I was blackout drunk. It's was one of the wildest experiences of my life, but I loved it.

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Reddit | LGBT by /u/izzyamanda - 8h ago

All through my childhood I have always wanted to be one of the girls in a group of friends. Even when I do get to be myself with my girl friends I still feel like something is off. No matter how feminine Im dressed or feel, I still find myself being the odd one out.

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