Nate Alfson: ‘It’s okay to be who you are born as...’

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The phrase “in the closet” has always rubbed me the wrong way. I’m not sure if it is because I used to be “in the closet” and I was scared of coming out, or if it was because of the misconception of what it actually means to be “in the closet.” I believe most people who are openly gay would agree it is not just a dark quiet place. It’s a closet so small you literally can’t move. No turning, no bending, no squatting, nothing. Along with the pitch black atmosphere, there are sharp needles pointing at you everywhere and any time you make too big of a movement it jabs you
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