And Jill and I are so not afraid to let our imperfections, flaws and our biases show.
It’s important because lots of people in our community don’t have folks to look around at and equalize themselves with, you know to see if they are doing okay.
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I practically minored in the Lesbian Internet so I naturally had a lot of questions for these two.
They promised a follow-up interview and guess what – they came through!
Between 19 she attended the University of Kentucky.
She was forced to end her career as a volleyball player due to a knee injury.
” We don’t grow up in gay families for the most part.