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Then I started to visit your blog and realized that I am not alone…that there are gay guys I can relate to.

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Here’s my story, I grew up in province and I used to be this effeminate gay guy until college.

After graduation I decided to find a job here in Manila, and I don’t know why but I decided to change myself—-I mean, my preferences about everything.

You crushed a man’s windpipe.” Tamra cuts out of the evening with what may or may not be a legitimate excuse: “I’m co-hosting the show, so I have to go over my questions for Rex Tillerson.” Instead, however, she goes to Morgan’s place and greets him with a kiss.

Anna goes to Jeremy’s, obviously to reconcile, but she finds him clearly postcoitus with a gorgeous woman.

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(Again, because that’s the Jeremy we’re going with this week.) Anna bluffs by saying she came for the Queen Victoria bust, but it seems likely they’re going to get back together sooner or later. Morgan tells her that he tried to snag the Philly job, but it turns out there is no Philly job.

Ben admits he made it up to see her reaction, and soon they’re deciding to get a divorce.

Anna tries to return the Limoges box they bought together antiquing, but he insists she keep it.

He asks if she wants him to return the bust of Queen Victoria she got him for his birthday, but she insists he keep it. Jeremy says, “At home I cried so hard that my Alexa called a suicide hotline.” Anna is almost making actual facial expressions, she’s so devastated.

He did all of his couples-counseling homework, and she just copied off his answers. She wants a quick diagnosis like she can give in her business, not all of this talking.

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