This was actually supposed to be a apology. Kaylib Drury is the only one I am sorry to now.

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Here is to the only person who deserves an Apology. I am sorry Kaylib Drury. I lied to you about my authentic personality. You might of thought I was nicer than I actually am.

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This post is supposed to be about how I hacked the conditions of my autism and got better by myself. I dated a Psychologist, I learned coordination through yoga & I confided in a Social Worker as a child about the conditions of living with Kimberly Hill. That was never going to be enough for my family. Except with me learning psychology since childhood… I hate to say it this exercise was a trust fall not a obstacle course.

Someone else was literally supposed to offer to take over for me…

Sorry Kaylib Drury

Why I love my Mormon family culture?

Ashton Deroy writes: New York Times posted an article by¬†Kimball Allen titled my Mormon family loved until I came out. I figured that not to detract from his story that I would tell my story as well. Also, to help me come to terms with some mutual prejudices I have faced with more Conservative communities as a devoted Religious Socialist. The truth is I would say I am related to two types of families. One that is very Libertarian on my father’s side & another that is much more Conservative on my mother’s side.

However, believe it or not, I have a relationship to Mormon faith that predates my new harmonies in the family life. We did participate in church activities and meet members of the Mormon community when we were younger. So in my writing as a Socialist, I want to honor a group of people I did grow to know & respect when I was younger. I love my Mormon family culture because I do believe it captures good ideas for the community, they share many of my beliefs for Justice and they value organizing time for discipline in education.

I feel very happy that my mother feels welcomed by this community and that they continue to show interest in me & my brother’s lives as adults. This is truly a privilege and I will reflect upon it as such. Again I do carry some prejudices to Conservative culture however I want to write this with pride in sharing my background with my readers.