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Stephanie_1
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Okay so this may be a bit silly, but spending time with my family, even when a great day, serves as a reminder to me that I keep hidden from them. So for all the times you never said to someone - anyone - how you really feel here's your chance!!

How will you express it? All caps? Little symbols around it? Make it your own! But take a chance to say what makes you you [Smile]

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"Sometimes the majority only means that all the fools are on the same side" ~Anon

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Stephanie_1
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Okay, my idea so starting it off:

*~I'm Stephanie, and I'm bisexual!~*

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"Sometimes the majority only means that all the fools are on the same side" ~Anon

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MusicNerd
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Hi, I'm MusicNerd! I'm here, I'm half-queer, deal with it! #bipride [Smile]

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"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." ~Dr. Seuss

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smittenkitten
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Love this idea! Though I'm out to my parents about pretty much everything. Though not my in-laws, so:

I'm Marion and I'm queer, kinky, polyamorous and a femme!

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September
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Oh, what great timing for this post. I've actually for the past couple of days been seriously considering the possibility of telling my parents about my secondary partner. So, here goes:

I'm Joey and I'm polyamorous!

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Johanna
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Burdened with glorious booty
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Fantastic idea. [Big Grin] Here goes:

I'm Claire, and I'm demisexual, queer, poly and androgynous. And my Aspergers doesn't erase any of that.

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Ta-da!

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