Coming out looks different for everyone, and for me, it means that I had to be wise about who I trust with information about my sexuality.
Because it's not awkward at all.
And why I still feel like I should be standing on the sidelines of this community.
One of my biggest regrets is that I wish I was able to spend more time with her.
The difference between "us" and "them" is that we are Shia and they are Sunnni.
You know how they say that in moments of extreme anxiety you almost feel your heart stop? Maybe that’s what happened to me.
Drag in Portland blends binary genders to produce something new and beautiful
My father shouts angrily if I am not wearing my scarf around my neck.
All of us want to perform well but sometimes it doesn't work out and that's okay.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not some child-hater.
I always felt more renewed in autumn than winter, anyway.
Luckily, I finally found a way out.