How We Make Abuse In LGBTQ Relationships Invisible

We need to start acknowledging it more openly

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Two years ago I was in an abusive relationship that ended in fairly dramatic circumstances that included her stealing my car.

Two years before that, I had ended a very different kind of a relationship in a very different way. She is the co-parent of my child, a decent person…

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A keen observer of life, here to put in my two cents worth. I write about neurodiversity, relationships and LGBTQ issues. justinetangerine999@gmail.com

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Justine L

Justine L

A keen observer of life, here to put in my two cents worth. I write about neurodiversity, relationships and LGBTQ issues. justinetangerine999@gmail.com

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