He may never understand exactly how I’m feeling or what it’s like to be in my shoes, but he knows when to speak up and when to stay quiet—to listen and learn from me and others with different experiences.
The deeper I fell, the more fearful I became, and the more I looked for imperfections.
Judgments dehumanise and minimise the beautiful greyness of being human.
Marriage was a fancy house we hadn’t been invited into and we wanted to dance on the sofa in muddy shoes.
I am grateful for the independent self that was fostered in our marriage as I carve a lone way forward through this surreal new world.
How can a life that feels so peaceful and content to me be so nauseating to others?
If my parents and community found out, I would be shunned for life.
Love softens anxiety’s hold on both of us.
When Will and Oscar got married, they were both still in the closet.
How one same-sex couple explores ethical non-monogamy together.
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