So ok before we start, there will be, for and against views on this subject! In case you don’t know, a gay sauna is like a spa only with extras. There are steam rooms, quiet rooms, movie rooms, saunas, Jacuzzi, maybe a cafe area, BUT there are also group or individual rooms, for gay men, if they choose to hook up with another guy or two. Many gay guys won’t/ don’t or wouldn’t go to one! But for many, they fill a need, a need for companionship, a need to be close to another man, in an intimate manner! Sure bisexual and even straight married men frequent them, this is their choice, NOT yours, imagine someone telling you, that you couldn’t go to a certain shop you like, or go to your favourite health spa!
I Will no longer be a victim of hate and racism and discrimination. Or so I thought my thinking during my darkest hours where always would my job accept me or would I lose everything I held dear see being gay isn’t easy In a work place you get fired for just looking and company’s discriminate even though they say they don’t it’s been a rough road and a tough road my story began when I was 16 yrs old working for a local KFC what I found out was shocking and made it so I can’t eat there anymore mice and rats in the deep fryer recycling chicken out of the garbage you name it they violated health code to do it.
Hi, I worked for a large Care company in Leicestershire, I’ve worked in social care for around a decade and attended university to gain a higher certificate in Applied Health Studies and later gained a diploma in health and social care. I attended uni as a mature student.
I’ve seen fantastic care and shocking care over the years but have always had a duty of care to protect those that I have been blessed to work with.
I was bawling my eyes out on the bumpy road as other preteens giggled and screamed conversations. My friend Niky sat up and peered at me over the seat in between us and asked me why I was crying. I had just come out to another friend, and it hadn’t gone so well. Niky came around the seat and sat down next to me and told me that was stupid. It shouldn’t matter who I liked, and she didn’t care if they were a girl or a boy.
I was thrown out of the closet when I was 16. Here is my story. I met her at school. Her smile drew me in and her warmth and personality made me always want to be around her. We joined the basketball team. Fantastic because not only was it my favorite sport,but it gave me a reason to spend more time with her. We saw each other at school and at practice daily and it wasn’t long before we were spending weekends and other moments together. Then it happened. We met each other in a classroom before class started and had a few moments alone and she kissed me. The moment I had dreamt about and couldn’t wait for had finally arrived.
i am a 32 years old female . i was sexually abused when i was a child . actually i have been through different sexual abuses , as i remember starting at 10 years old till almost when i was 19 . since 19 to this moment nothing happened. these sexual abuses differs between touching my private parts and dirty words . and the reactions to them went gradually from not understanding anything , shocked to few tears, according to my age at each event and my sexual knowledge .
Before I was queer, I thought I was happy. I was marrying my best friend, I was doing a PhD on something I was deeply curious about, and I had a wonderful group of friends. Then I met her, and it was like nothing I’d ever experienced. I went from a world in monochrome to glorious technicolour. She brought this wonderful, harrowing, and profound change in me and my experience of everything. I learned to love more deeply than I knew was possible, and to hurt more intensely, too. The chemistry I felt with her was undeniable, and the connection. I ended my engagement weeks before the wedding, and shortly after started dating her. It was a 2 year rollercoaster of off again on again relationship. We actually had relationship therapy to work out how to break up. We needed it.