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Abuse Can Happen in Queer Relationships

Here are the signs

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It is often depicted that an abuser is a man. He controls his woman, decides what she can and cannot do.

You probably know someone with a controlling significant other like the above, one that does not let your friend go out on the weekends without a detailed play-by-play. Maybe your friend has to ask their spouse for permission to do…




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Kristen Nadel

Kristen Nadel

Writer and author • Interested in mindfulness and spirituality • Fascinated by interpersonal connections • 🌈LGBTQ+ kristennadelauthor@hotmail.com

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