Choose Your Own Sexuality: An Adventure in Queer History

Brooke M. Beloso, Butler University

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Reading this page, you are not where you are. I have pulled you into me, because I knew your eye would eventually bring you here. Perhaps all we will ever know of each other is what we now share. So—if two can be one—be me; and I will be you. See through the eyes of someone who has not seen the landscape sprawling beneath the highest height you've ever climbed, or touched the face that most often faces yours. I can't guess why you cry when you cry alone, or where you go when you don't want to be found. Against time, I want to be you, because one life is not enough.