It didn’t bother him that he attracted, and was attracted to, people of the same gender—all of this felt perfectly natural to him.

By Taiwan Tongzhi (LGBTQ+) Hotline Association 「台灣同志諮詢熱線協會」, Jeremy Tiang
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