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Queer people from my generation spend a lot of time doing a lot of complicated calculus with our memories. It isn’t something we talk about a lot, not because it isn’t important, but because maybe we’re afraid of where, once started, these conversations might lead. Sometimes its better to let bygones be bygones. In the late 80s and through 90s, when we were coming into awareness of our sexuality, we were doing it in a country that was largely hostile to our existence. Our identity was associated with things evil, poisonous, toxic, shameful and wicked. these attitudes confronted us inside each of the concentric rings of society:
There was this semi regular occurance when i was in middle school: A girl, usually one with more popularity than i, one who wouldn’t normally have anything to do with me, would approach me in the cafeteria or the hallway, and politely ask me a question with wide eyes and an open face: Can I ask you a question? Are you gay? When I would deny she would always say “i don’t care if you are, it doesn’t matter at all to me, Elton John’s gay, nobody cares about him.”. of course I had to deny.