I’m in a relationship with a woman, but I’m gay.
That’s just how I am.
I’m in love with her, but my orientation is something I’ve struggled with since childhood, and even after all this time.
I’m now in a long-term relationship.
I have my own family, and that’s the main reason why I’m still married.
I don’t want my own children.
I just want to be a mother, and I know I’m capable of that, I can do it.
But there are some people who think I’m different because I’m the daughter of an ex-convict.
They think that because I am the daughter and granddaughter of an alcoholic, that means I’m abnormal.
I can’t speak for everybody.
But I think the majority of people I know who are in relationships with women think I am different because of my past.
I know that it’s difficult for many people to accept that it is possible for a woman to be gay.
I know for a fact that it has been harder for some people, including some of my closest friends, who have had a gay relationship, to accept.
I’ve also been called a homophobe and a sexist, and some people have called me a liar.
I can’t believe that anyone would say that about me.
I would never be proud of who I am or what I do, but that doesn’t mean that I can ignore my gay heritage.
My life story has been written for me, and it’s important for me to tell it.
I don’t think that the LGBT community should be ashamed of their past.
I am proud of my sexuality and who I love.
But the LGBT movement needs to accept who we are.