49 Days In 1988: Week 46 – The Waiting Game

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London – November 26th, 1988

By the time I went out tonight, Bob had been on my mind much of the day. However, by midnight I had got myself in such a state that I really felt ill.

It was only through a chance meeting with Ian, a friend I hadn’t seen since last year, that my evening got better and the disappointment of Bob not turning up soon subsided. Ian did a great job with cheering me up. We chatted for the rest of the evening, in fact until closing time and, although no firm plans were made, I hope we do meet up again. It’s a shame we lost touch, but London is a big city, and people do get lost and drift apart.

But where do…

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Timeline of LGBT history

Timeline of #LGBTQ history from Ella’s Blog

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A brief history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender social movements…

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1-The main struggles of LGBT individuals:

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On June 12, 2016, the popular gay dance club Pulse in Orlando was the site of a mass shooting by one assailant.

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49 Days In 1988: Week 34 – Uncertainty

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London – September 1st, 1988

After all the uncertainty of whether we would all be given notice on our houseshare at Grassmere Road, nothing happened today. No notice, no visit by Mr & Mrs Summer, and a massive sigh of relief for us all left here.

Marty, however, continues to make plans for the purchase of his new flat. He assured me, again, that the spare room there has my name on it, but I don’t feel very confident about moving in with him and his Ex. I find it strange that they want to live together again, but I guess they must have a firm friendship. It’s an odd setup.

What hasn’t gone out of my mind is the phone call I had with Simon earlier this week…

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The Sleeping Poet

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This is an incredible piece of writing from blogger Robert M. Goldstein. Rob shares a real-life story of not only how his life was changed, but how his lost past caught up with him and reunited him with items he thought were long misplaced. Click on the ‘The Sleeping Poet’ link to read the post.

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