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Seen My Ex At Publix

Running into people at the store is very common even more so when you live in a small town like I do. Last night, my boyfriend and I had a late night run to the store for some gelato (I got sicilian pistachio, it was awesome!) while in the store we split up to look around and I ran into an ex of mine, Jenna. I haven't seen Jenna since maybe '07 so, seeing her was nice...   Jenna being Jenna starts to lead the conversation towards men (she has always been what some might call boy crazy)and, how

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Trying to explain being bi

Bisexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior toward both males and females, and may also encompass romantic or sexual attraction to people of any gender identity or to a person irrespective of that person's biological sex or gender, which is sometimes termed pansexuality. (wikipedia.com)     When I was a small child I grew up in a very religious household with my grandparents, and had no idea what sexuality was...all know was that men and women got married and th

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Interracial Dating 2: Holiday

Is it okay to feel uncomfortable being around your partner's family or am I being a bit of a prat?   My boyfriend and I have been dating for five years, in those five years we have mostly hung around my family. My family is one of those big, loud, overly welcoming types (I have no idea how I'm apart of my family because I'm quiet and bookish ) and my grandmother is always trying to feed everyone . My boyfriend and I couldn't have more different families...   On holidays, my boyfriend and

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Interracial Dating

After living in south Georgia for eight years its always a surprise when I go back home to Rhode Island. Things in Georgia are so different in SO many ways like: style, manners/ behavior, and acceptances. In Georgia, they have something called "Southern Hospitality" but what most people (non-southerns) don't know is that it only lasts until you turn your back, then everyone's real feelings come out. I'm not saying all of this as someone that doesn't know what he is talking about, but as someone

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