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Uh, Am I Sure I’m Straight?

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Written by Chasyn Carter

 

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been the girl I could be comfortable as. I was sweet, kind of outgoing, quiet in some spaces, and the most open I could be in the most private way possible. Anyone who knew me before I went to college will say they knew all about me. They will tell you CiCi is a sweet, funny kid that will look and act 12 years old forever. That persona kept me safe in a space that wouldn’t allow me to exist as my whole self. Classmates knew some, family knew more and very few close friends including my sister knew the most about who I actually was at that time. Well, they knew as much as they could from what I knew. But one thing that stood out to me from my life before college is how I viewed women and the female body.

 

For most of my young adult life, if I was in the room with my friends while they changed, I never looked at them. Something in my subconscious mind always told me to look away, look down, look at anything but the human body in front of me. I would say it was for the privacy of my friends, but they had all told me they didn’t care and would actively ask why I never could hold a conversation looking at them while they changed. I never could explain the gut instinct that forced me to divert my attention, I just did it. But that changed when I met one of my best friends. This new friend in my life was very comfortable in her body. So much so that she was naked often and that remains true today . From doing hair, to just hanging out, her body was visible and I slowly was able to look at her. When I was first able to look at my friend shirtless, I almost felt ashamed. I felt like I was doing something so wrong by seeing the body she willingly exposed to me. It wasn’t romantic, it wasn’t sexual, she was just comfortable, and I knew this.

 

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BREAKING: Homosexual Hate Group Poised to Attack

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Rumors of a recent meeting organized by QUEEN, a coalition of homosexual extremists, began swirling this morning after an alleged meeting agenda surfaced online. The document, dated Friday, January 12th, appears to outline strategies to infiltrate various sectors in an attempt to contaminate some individuals with venomous homosexuality.

The target remains to be, of course, heterosexual men.

While every talking point on the gay agenda are all a cause for concern, the public has been especially alarmed about “The Antidote” under item C. Toxicology experts theorize that this is a newly-engineered poison created by highly-skilled biochemists to turn men gay. The gay gene, a preceding topic of discussion, has been a long time indicator of homosexuality in early adolescence in males.

In the 1970s, two investigative journalists uncovered documents detailing the now-confirmed existence of “coercion camps”. Men between the ages of 18 and 35 have been deluded under false pretenses to attend, all having been told that extended invitations were only for elite members of society and to keep all details confidential. All men were automatically enrolled in college-level courses, much like the ones listed under agenda item E… Read more at FonzFranc.com

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Our Favorite Ratchet Show is Coming Back! ‘Chasing Atlanta’ Season 2 Trailer

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Yasssss! The girls have clocked out of Mickey D’s, sprayed on some beards and hairlines, and gave us a sickening messy trailer for ‘Chasing Atlanta’ Season 2!

If you haven’t been catching up on one of the hottest new reality series on YouTube you’re behind and I should block you now. The door is closed! Chasing Atlanta shook the kids last year with back to back episodes of drama and lifestyles of the rich & barely famous! Let me stop before the girls come for me.

Last year Chasing Atlanta racked up 100s of thousands of views and was the talk on social media, and now they’re gearing up for season 2. We’re getting new faces and new wigs this new season. We may even find out by some bad reviews on some wigs.

Check out the explosive trailer below.

Production is looking cute!!! Looks like we have some new cast members and new tea.

To catch up on Season 1 *click here*

 

Are you excited about the new season? What vibes are you getting off the new cast?

 

Get into my recap of Season 1 and reunion below.

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My Thoughts on Interracial Dating

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