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I was born autistic and gay. I was also born with blue eyes, brownish hair, and short stubby fingers that would obviously hinder any attempt to become President of the USA, but all those attributes are accepted automatically by the world. Disability and…

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I’m ashamed of my body, it makes me feel like less of a person. I’m also ashamed that it’s taken until now to get to grips with the ambition and dedication it takes to change it. It’s been the hardest, most rewarding and eye-opening year of my life that’s…

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The following submission is from Andy Frankham-Allen. If you are interested in submitting your own story please contact us via queerdeermedia.com Sexuality is infinitely complex and yet, at the same time, incredibly simple. Something the world at large…

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To my fans and friends: Most of us reach at least one pivotal moment in our lives that better defines who we are. These last several months have been the hardest — but have also ended up being the most freeing months — of my life. To make an extremely…

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Hi, my name is Lester Mayers and I’m from Brooklyn, New York. When I was 3 years old I lost my mom to complications of AIDS. And my father left me and I went to go live with my aunt for 11 years, until I was 14 years old. While I was living with my […]

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After coming out as gay I attempted suicide three times before being diagnosed with bipolar disorder and manic depression but my story shows you can survive. I used to be scared to even associate with others at school or in the community, because I was…

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Some parents feel shame at first after their children come out. I know I did. I wasn’t ashamed of our son, but did feel ashamed that our family wasn’t mainstream anymore. I felt “less than” other families and longed for our old standing within our…

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Ariel walked toward the women’s bathroom at the mall, then paused as the woman exiting did a double-take. The woman’s face soured as she stared at Ariel, then she barked, “You can’t go in there!” Ariel’s eyes dropped to the floor. She turned back to me.…

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I’ll never forget hiding in the doorway, staring at the phone shaking in my mother’s hand. A stream of tears drowned her breath and she gasped fitfully for air. I could sense her weariness as she continued the conversation with my cousin, a psychologist.…

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t wasn’t supposed to be like this — me, drinking coffee, her sitting too close all elbows and knees and bones and limbs. She had plans. Her plans included me taking her to a toy store, but that was mostly because she didn’t understand the holiday and when…
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