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Lover Stereotypes Redefined

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Eleazer

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Hi, my Name is Leenah Marie and I was one of the many Drag Queens to gather my community together and raise money for Puerto Rico after they got terribly hit by the monster hurricane Maria. "Puerto Rico Se Levanta" ❤️
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We all have a voice.

John

South Grafton, MA
United States
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I sat and talked to a Vietnam vet. He said it lifted some of his PTSD. I was just being friendly. That's all I can take credit for.
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My usual label is Big John: mostly because I am 6'5". I has no meaning beyond my physical appearance. My appearance now is becoming old. I am 74. I hope I can do better. My friends seem to forget that I am old, but I wonder if it may affect them some day.

Kenneth

Fitchburg, MA
United States
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In 2016, I took in a homeless teenager. I treated him as if he was my own son, even though we were 10 years apart. After a while his father was fortunately able to support him again, and he left my home to live with him. Hope you are doing well, Sal!

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