This is who I am and I shouldn’t be ashamed

I’m a 19-year-old gay college girl in Bangalore, India. I’ve never had a crush on a guy after I hit my puberty. When I was in 11th and 12th, all the other girls in my class talked about crushes and their boyfriends and I really couldn’t relate to them. I thought there was something wrong with me. I have had…

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Start Feeding Your Good Habits!

Start feeding your good habits. Ask yourself, ” Do I really want to keep feeding this negative habit?” “Do I really want to stay where I am?” Or, “Do I want to starve this complaining spirit and step up higher?” Today I came across an old Cherokee tale that tells of a grandfather teaching life principles to his grandson. The…

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Father’s day

Father, Oh Dear Father! You Rock! Holding your hands, I learnt to walk, Amazed would be you, to see me scribble with chalk, I was your twinkle and your talk, Father, oh Dear Father! You always Rock. My one stop fix, the one who has a magic stick, Pumped in confidence and shoved away my anxieties with a click, For…

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Story of an Indian lesbian

Life could have been much better had people accepted us. Since they don’t; our lives revolve around pretending and hiding. Life gets complicated somehow. Especially, if we go away from our home for further studies and share a room with just another girl. It’s easy to hide for some time, but can’t hide it all the time. If not everyone…

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Am Quirky

I came with no wrapping or pretty pink bows. I’m who am from my head to toes, I tend to get loud when speaking to mind. Even a little crazy some of the time Yes, being different- for I like silence more than voices, darkness more than brightness, emptiness more than chaos. I’m not the one craving for the excitement…

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Nothing Truly Great Can Be Accomplished In A Lifetime!

I heard somebody say, “Nothing truly great can ever be accomplished in just one lifetime”. At the time I heard this i didn’t understand that saying because obviously, every generation can do something great. But over time, I’ve learned that sometimes God’s plan spans more than one generation. Most of the seeds we graciously harvest today were planted by our…

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