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An Sexual Traitor to Her Country (12)

Take it on Faith

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When it came to learning Belarusian, all three of us were doing rather well. Although there was a growing community of English-speaking expats, I wanted to speak the language to be able to fit in elsewhere. Besides, I wanted to be able to find the best draniki to eat at any given time.

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Valentine Wiggin

Valentine Wiggin

Death-positive, sex-positive, and LGBTQ-affirming Christian. Gen Z. I hate onions. She/her

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