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    • I really hope so too. I’m not optimistic, but I’d love to be proven wrong, and I’m not going to make judgements on entire groups of people because of a few bad experiences.

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  1. Aw, thanks for the follow 🙂 I was born into the church but have long since distanced myself from the it. I think BYU also isn’t as bad and I think you’ll find a lot of fellow students there who are open-minded and accepting. The young generation is more tolerant now but do remain careful. I hope you have a great time there =)

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  2. I thank you for following our blog. I think that you will be able to find the support that you need if you keep on looking. Being gay or straight is only one tiny aspect of who we are as people; just as the people who live here at St. Louis Center, their disabilities are only one tiny aspect of who they are, and for the majority of what we do in our day-to-day lives, it should not matter. Each and every one of us is precious and has many gifts and talents to share with the world. I hope that you will be able to successfully cultivate your gifts at BYU. Remain optimistic and like cattmoogle said, …”careful.”

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  3. Thank you for the follow! I have now found your site and wanted to be polite, so I clicked the “stalk me” button. I don’t think it’s working. No stalking has occurred. Or does it mean you’re stalking me now?

    The Internet can be so confusing at times.

    Anywho, I like the cut of your jib, sir! So you get a follow! Not like a real life follow, mind you. Just a WordPress one. It works just like your “stalk me” button I think. Cheers!

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  4. Thanks for the follow! And for the record, I don’t give a rat’s a** if you’re straight, gay, bi, trans or any other flavor of the week! Why should I care about your sexual/gender persuasion or the number of X and Y chromosomes you were born with? And if this blog is only going to be centered around your genitalia and how you express yourself with such genitalia, **Yawn** — Not interested in following it. You have nothing to say I haven’t heard already.

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    • Every blog has a central focus, but I completely agree that “being gay” isn’t a topic worthy of its own blog; that would be ignorant and shortsighted. Not Ours To Change isn’t intended to be solely about homosexuality at all, it’s a blog about homophobia in an increasingly accepting world. It *is* a blog about me, and I do happen to be gay. That being said, the blog is young and I intend to write about whatever I deem interesting and original.

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