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my response to the ML/prefect team on twitter about LGBTQ+ themed good news seemed to be quite popular and/or relatable so i thought, with pride month coming up, i'd write a little bit about it.
this is the first pride month that i won't just be an ally.
and i love it.
the tweet in question:
maybe some people thought i was joking but i really wasn't
even though i live in croatia, where being a part of the LGBTQ+ community can be quite difficult, i still consider this t
since may is mental health awareness month i thought i'd finally open up about my own mental health(?). fyi, i was never officially diagnosed with...anything. and i won't self-diagnose.
i started writing this blog entry and wrote...idk maybe 200 words of my story and then i deleted everything because i couldn't post it. i guess it's still too personal and painful for me. so i'll just write some really tiny bits that i feel fine with posting.
at one point in my life, i talked to a psych