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The Lesbian Who Outed Scientology’s Homophobia

Michelle LeClair claims the Church of Scientology, which she gave around $5 million to as a member, viciously turned on her after she came out. The church denies her story. Source: The Lesbian Who Outed Scientology’s Homophobia

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Culture & Community

The trouble with stereotypes or ‘The reason I wish I could drive’ – jeanettepurkis

I was in the supermarket the other day and was having a short conversation with myself around the choice I needed to make about a product that I don’t usually buy. A person must have heard my… Source: The trouble with stereotypes or ‘The reason I wish I could drive’ – jeanettepurkis

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Culture & Community

self-care power | Lonely Blue Boy

Visit the post for more. Source: self-care power | Lonely Blue Boy

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Culture & Community

All About James – Part One – The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

I am a regular guy to the outside world. I have always had an affinity for books, writing, and music. I love Japanese food and the anime culture. Korean pop music is my guilty pleasure, and I am le… Source: All About James – Part One – The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

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Eyes In The Back of My Head – ITFO Chapter – My Name is Jamie. My Life in Prison

  Eyes in The Back of My Head   There was a murder in the shower. A dude was stabbed twenty-seven times by his cellmate. Jamie was blown away. It was going too far. This could happen to a… Source: Eyes In The Back of My Head – ITFO Chapter – My Name is Jamie. […]

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Special Interests

In 1900, a Photographer Had to Create an Enormous 1,400-Pound Camera to Take a Picture of an Entire Train | Open Culture

Cameras are small, and getting smaller all the time. Source: In 1900, a Photographer Had to Create an Enormous 1,400-Pound Camera to Take a Picture of an Entire Train | Open Culture

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The Creative

Inconsequential Tragedy – DeveReaux’s Newfound Words

I’m not in danger of losing you I’m in danger Of losing myself Poetry can be only so much of a diversion To the reality that I am slipping My mind races with dreams of eventual death Reaching a head faster than I expected Or even deserve I can feel it in my bones, my […]