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Old 04-19-2017, 02:52 PM   #7
*Anya*
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Lesbian non-stone femme
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She, her
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Committed to being good to myself
 
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As usual, I say a person is whatever they claim as their ID.

I don't get how anyone, anywhere, can say how someone else identifies; is right or wrong.

Good grief, for a population (LGBTQI) that has had to fight so many obstacles to get to a safe and comfortable place within ourselves, we sure spend time policing others.

I will do the usual caveat, "not on BFP, of course".

My long term ex was stone for the first 10 years of our relationship.

Her choice, who she was.

The last 9 years, she wasn't.

Her choice, who she was.

No matter who I am with or how they identify:

I am never stone.
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