Unset In Stone

I crave you in all the ways.

What is wrong in that, anyways?

The situation becomes such

That I immediately want your touch.

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Having a say on whether I support someone’s identity or not looks like a waste question to me because I don’t feel that I am entitled to have a say on another individual’s identity, like they don’t have on mine. As long as someone is not harming anyone (including themselves) in any way, I am not concerned about whatever they deal or associate with and however they do it. But if they need me to cheer for them, I will willingly and gladly do it for them and will stay when they are in need. Since my childhood, I never considered any kind of identity, especially the genders on the spectrum, unusual or something not “normal”. What is normal anyways?

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No Need Of Acceptance

There is no need of acceptance of others towards a person’s sexual orientation. It is a very personal association and nobody has the right to judge how one associates with himself or herself and whether the other person deems it as correct or not. Sexual orientation is natural and we don’t provide explanations for what is natural, rather use it as a base to explain everything else.

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