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  1. JONES says

    There are several letters to 14 year old selves in the ESPN story. Robbie’s is the only one about being gay but if you look a bit further you’ll find an interview with Donte Stallworth about accepting his bigotry against gays and growing from it. Part of a larger interview with several players and administrators about gays in the NFL. I tried to link it to TR yesterday but something was amiss.

  2. bructer says

    Robbie seems like a really nice person, he seems to have a real caring heart. It is great to have him as part of our community. Thanks Robbie

  3. throwslikeagirl says

    Even at 64 I can look upon this fine man as a role model. Being gay is a gift. The Native Americans know this and have for centuries. Robbie exemplifies it.

  4. I'm Layla Miller I Know Stuff says

    The Living Room Mysteries by Graham Jackson (amazon.com)

    The Blue Man/Masculine Gay Man

    Self-medication is typical of blue men. Anesthetics are used to deaden the ”emotional pain” of living, in the examples of cigarettes and sleeping pills.

    Many of the blue men communicate an experience of being cut off form some deep emotional wellspring. Disconnection is a common occurring theme in the dreams of blue men.

    In a dream example, a blue man finds himself in a room with a large black woman to who he associated a loving nanny figure from his infancy.

    She is sad, weeping and it seems that only the blue man can offer her comfort. The nanny figure moves to him, but his distant mother sharply intervenes and takes the role of consoler.

    The blue man and the black woman feel an acute frustration, even loss.

    Blue men grow up underfed, even starved for an experience of wholeness. The end up becoming frightened of feelings, affectedness, absolution, and affinity.

  5. I'm Layla Miller I Know Stuff says

    The Living Room Mysteries by Graham Jackson (amazon.com)

    The Blue Man/Masculine Gay Man

    Self-medication is typical of blue men. Anesthetics are used to deaden the ”emotional pain” of living, in the examples of cigarettes and sleeping pills.

    Many of the blue men communicate an experience of being cut off form some deep emotional wellspring. Disconnection is a common occurring theme in the dreams of blue men.

    In a dream example, a blue man finds himself in a room with a large black woman to who he associated a loving nanny figure from his infancy.

    She is sad, weeping and it seems that only the blue man can offer her comfort. The nanny figure moves to him, but his distant mother sharply intervenes and takes the role of consoler.

    The blue man and the black woman feel an acute frustration, even loss.

    Blue men grow up underfed, even starved for an experience of wholeness. The end up becoming frightened of feelings, affectedness, absolution, and affinity.

  6. I'm Layla Miller I Know Stuff says

    The Living Room Mysteries by Graham Jackson (amazon.com)

    The Blue Man/Masculine Gay Man

    Self-medication is typical of blue men. Anesthetics are used to deaden the ”emotional pain” of living, in the examples of cigarettes and sleeping pills.

    Many of the blue men communicate an experience of being cut off form some deep emotional wellspring. Disconnection is a common occurring theme in the dreams of blue men.

    In a dream example, a blue man finds himself in a room with a large black woman to who he associated a loving nanny figure from his infancy.

    She is sad, weeping and it seems that only the blue man can offer her comfort. The nanny figure moves to him, but his distant mother sharply intervenes and takes the role of consoler.

    The blue man and the black woman feel an acute frustration, even loss.

    Blue men grow up underfed, even starved for an experience of wholeness. The end up becoming frightened of feelings, affectedness, absolution, and affinity.

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