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Yesterday I went to a movie. I wanted so much to hold by the hand the person beside me, the same way that some heterosexual couples nearby were doing. I wanted to look into his eyes and whisper that he is so dear to me- the same way that some heterosexual couples nearby were doing. When leaving I wanted to hold him in my arms and kiss him – the same way that some heterosexual couples nearby were doing.
I didn’t do any of this. We shook hands, and each went to their own house.
Thus someone like me may miss the chance to be happy because society is intolerant, full of hatred and violence.
I didn’t do any of these gestures for fear that I may be insulted, that I might be the target of the others’ staring, that I may hear a huge amount of invectives behind my back or even risk to be beaten up.
I was afraid and all at the same time I felt frustration that all others were “permitted” by moral standards to behave the way they felt.
Given the way things are, how can I create and develop a harmonious relationship? How could I ever hope to become happy and fulfilled?
by LUCIAN DUNAREANU