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I did check to see if "Justin" was available when I joined but it wasn't so I used a username I came up with for another site based on an experience from high school. My username represents Justin 4 Hugs. Junior year I got in trouble for hugging a girl in the hallway. We were just friends that had known each other since preschool. A teacher caught us hugging and we were punished under their policy of no public displays of affection. Yes it was a long hug and I might've slightly picked her up off the ground as part of it, but there wasn't anything remotely romantic about it. I suggested later at lunch that I run for student council and fight the tyranny of the anti-huggers.

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It's my name. I picked it out a long long time ago because it sounds good on the tongue and it's nonbinary and S is a really fun letter to write in calligraphy. That's it, it ain't that deep

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