ruthless compassion (aroraborealis) wrote,
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Confessional 2017

Back by popular demand! Tell me a secret! Tell me a not-so-secret! Whisper sweet somethings in my comment box. Express your maddest crush or deepest curiosity! Expound upon the fabulousness of your friends or lovers or would-be friends or lovers! Or people you know or want to know. Share your best self-care for the political climate! Do it anonymously or with your name attached*; anonymous commenting is on and IP logging is off.

You know you want to!

[Please note ground rules here.]

[Here's the link to the flat (chronological, unthreaded) version of comments.]

A note on user experience: If you're starting a new thread, if you give it a subject, it'll be easier to pick out comments in response to it down the road.

*I encourage you to default to anonymous comments unless there's special value in being identified with your comment.
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