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Rudeness and Casual Homophobia Serving Ice Cream

Until a routine shift ends with the unexpected

Photo by Nas Mato on Unsplash

The door chime sounds. I breathe a heavy sigh as I turn my attention to the clock on the wall from the sink where I’ve been washing dishes. It’s fifteen minutes until we close.

“Never fails,” I mumble under my breath.

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Amplifying LGBTQ voices through the art of storytelling

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Jackson Banks

Jackson Banks

Writer of thrillers and other stories. https://writerjacksonbanks.com

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