I just want to be part of a wider community.
I think blogging has really helped in my creativity and awareness. I'm always looking for new ideas and ways to develope posts. It's been a great "discipline" for that. And, it's been a lot of fun.
I like to share my ideas and views, and I like to hear the ideas and views of others, whether we agree or not. And I like the fun of some stories, and the idea that things I'd never thought about before are right there at my fingertips.
V, I really just wanted a space to share my views and be able to find other like minded individuals around the globe. I never expected to feel so connected to each person or to remember so much about each of you, but I'm very happy about that unexpected benefit.
...world domination...It started as an outlet to emit my twisted philosophies. But now, I see blogging as a way to invite others into my larger body of work. Not necessarily promotional but deeply introductory...
Initially, my blog was really personal. There was a lot going on in my life that I needed to express. It was nothing short of total catharsis.Blogging inadvertantly helped me to become a better writer as well. I'm now confident enough to write the book I've been imagining forever.
I got tired of reading the dribble from some specific LGBT blogs I will not name. However V, your bravery on one of those specific blogs to speak out against the majority is what truly inspired me to start my blog back in August...
Thank you, Kayman. That means a lot
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