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6-year-old has tantrums only around his grandparents
My Grandfather Does Things
Boy thwarts woman trying to lure him away
My Toddler's Taken A Serious Dislike To One Of Our Relatives
Family Member Threatened After Daughter Chose Not To Hug Him
Alison Arngrim’s Brother Gave a Sickening Response
17-year-old scolded for crying over transgender woman’s penis
The reporter with the curtains is yelling "bullshit!" (SHE DID NOT MAKE HIS ICE CREAM MELT!) 10-Nov-2022
When a child panics, screams, and cries every time that adult keeps dropping by its because that person has been untowards to them or they remind them of someone who is, was or will be and or is seeking your attention. The attention they are seeking is to have parents investigate #1 and #2 so they can feel that it's getting the most safest care. Aren't the little miracles smart? 30-Aug-2022
If god wanted us to see the extra layer of dirt advertisement keeps warning us about, he would have given us X-ray vision. If it looks and smells clean, it's clean. Enough! 08-Apr-2022
I came out to my mother when I was 17 years old and no longer residing in her household. I didn't expect a good reaction so I called her on a public phone and announced it to her. She cried, became quiet and told me she suspected it but that she loved me, no matter what. I didn't have to lie to mother anymore. It was freeing. I visited her a few days later. She had time to absorb and ponder having a gay son. She cried again, I asked why and she said because being gay meant I was destined for a miserable life. That's impossible, it was such an overwhelming feeling to be me. I had to prove her wrong. She asserted conditions for my new identity: no meeting of "my men," I must continue to have a masculine presence, especially around family and don't get sick. I ignored her, introduced her to every one, told as much of the family as I could bear and kept my masculinity in check.
My mother recently confided to me that she used to receive dick pics from my croc daddy in the US mail while I was living with him. I thought, he might have done it as revenge for my unwillingness to absorb giant dick pain and or tricking him into being a gay bottom. When I took him to Gay Pride he cried because he thought I mistook him for one of those. He was straight. His shit was no joke but he was. A child molester was my educator and entrance into the gay world. I also figured my mother and I were even. Her boyfriend tried to brutally rape me. Mother's boyfriend was two years older than me, my croc daddy was 55. Our boyfriends shared the same culture, understood the nuances that make people vulnerable, and always seemed to be creepily plotting something sexual for us. Neither man represented our community. They were perverts sidling up to mommies so they could play with their children. (Now I know why she tried to cut him out of my photo albums.) I understand her comments and I realized her concern. My gay education came from perverts. The community hates itself more than the media loves it. Clicks work for a minute, the families we create are fake and we all die alone. We need less "Boys In The Band" depression and more gay reality awareness so we can come up with better coping mechanisms. Not smile at weirdos taking advantage of us because of politically correct etiquette.
I apologized to my mother. My croc stalked me, stole from us, used me, beat me up, tied me up and raped me. Afterwards, he thought of not releasing me because he was afraid I would kill him. You bet your life! But I had no choice, I begged for my life, stroked the psycho's ego and he loosened one arm while he Soniced out of the apt. I was stalked by my ex, my mother was stalked by her ex and I was stalked by both exes. I spent a lifetime trying to prove mother's sentiment wrong but in the end, she was right.
(Pic of my daddy croak included. Mother destroyed my croak dic picks but y'all can ask mother if she kept her copy.) 26-Oct-2020
The stereotype we run from is our family. 24-Jun-2020