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Take It on Faith (14): A Secret Asexual Traitor to Her Country

Gunshots ringing in the distance

Hilly road surrounded by forest
Source: Photo by Matt Duncan on Unsplash

As soon as I saw the hordes of heavily armed militias approaching, a wave of panic washed over me. I looked to Amalia. She told me to get on her motorcycle and, for the first time, I found myself protesting. I couldn’t leave my family, even if it meant I had to die out here.

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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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