LGBTQ

I Wanted It to Be My Skin

Not my self.

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I’m not Black, or Asian, or Hispanic, or Native, but I know how it feels when someone steps in to tell you that your life invalid. I’m Queer, and I know that right now some of you are saying I have no way to understand because I can hide my Queerness whereas skin color can’t be hidden.

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I write things. A lot. I love to travel. I edit and create content. Need help with words? I can help. jean@wordsmithweb.com

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Jean Elizabeth Glass

Jean Elizabeth Glass

I write things. A lot. I love to travel. I edit and create content. Need help with words? I can help. jean@wordsmithweb.com

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