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Intimacy

Intimacy is complicated. It takes a lot of f uidity and f exibility to be truly comfortable with someone. When we think of intimacy we associate it with vulnerability, excitement, and, for some people, fear. However this fear is not something to be worried about. For LGBTI+ people in our community this fear is almost unavoidable.

I messaged them on Tinder and said ‘I have a big Twitter crush on you!’ Turns out we didn’t even follow each other.

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