• Anonymous

Home is family

Updated: Nov 17, 2018

I am a proud queer woman and academic. I am a white American female who questions everything - about herself and the world. I love and hate passionately.

Home is family.

I am at home whenever and wherever my family is. My family includes my parents, my brother, and my closest friends, who all make me who I am. My family members are my best friends. They are my confidants, challengers, and supporters. They make me the best person I can be.


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