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      WalkerInTheRain
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      I went to Pride today. It was absolutely amazing to be a part of such an outpouring of love and unity and I must admit I got a little bit happy teary.
      It was all the more fabulous because I’d have never been able to go before and show my support to the LGBT+ community, I’d have only been chided for spending time with ‘q****s and freaks’ (OH’s words and not mine).
      Most of all, I got to do something that I enjoyed instead of backing down and catering to his wants.

    • #20098

      Dear Walker, it is so great getting back into doing your own thing isn’t it, a total feeling of freedom and happiness. Also attending Pride, experessing yourself & being free to be who you are. this is what every person deserves. I feel as though i’m on the threshold of a new life, it is wonderful. Congratulations. XXXXX

    • #20113
      Falling Skys
      Participant

      Hi Winr

      Good for you on so many levels xx

      You are becoming to woman you should be, showing support to causes and people you care about.

      FS xx

    • #20173
      Ayanna
      Participant

      This is so great, that you went there!
      I planned to go and then I did not, although I was looking forward to it.
      I was very disappointed with myself.
      The thought of the huge crowds scared me immensely and I stayed at home. I watched a lot of videos about it though.
      What I saw was wonderful.
      I hope I feel better next year and can go then.

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