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клеточное питание Jess's Monologue - Cellular

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This is a working copy of an original monologue. The purpose is to get some feedback from a few friends. It isn't memorized, and I'm not wearing makeup- the video is merely an alternative to just sending the text version. It definitely needs to be cut, and it will be quicker and have better timing once I have memorized and practiced it. I await your feedback!"Coming Out" by Jessica Morin 3/20/13Mom, Dad- Before I get started, I would just like to say "thank you" for being here...well, I mean I guess it is your house...well, for letting me be here....what I am about to tell you may make you feel confused and possibly even angry. I know it isn't going to be easy for you to hear, but please just hear me out and try not to be mad..........Just please try to remember that I am the same girl I always was. I am still your daughter...and I love you both very, very much. I just feel like if I am going to really start my life as an adult, I have to be honest about who I am. And, that should start with you guys. Anyways, I'm just gonna come out and say it: I'm NOT gay.Now I know this probably comes as a shock, and I don't blame you if you're upset- the truth is, I like guys. I like guys........and I suck at relationships. Actually, I pretty much suck at life. THAT's why I'm not married yet. And I didn't get fired from the law firm for being a lesbian...I got fired for being chronically late...and for having sex in the copy room. With a man. I know you are really proud of having a lesbian daughter- and I'm sorry I can't be that. Really, I am. Mom, I realize you switched to one of those "hip" churches to show that you support my lifestyle choice- and when you did that, it meant a lot to me. And Dad, every time I see your "proud of my gay daughter" bumper sticker, it really makes me feel loved. Now, you're probably confused about a couple things. First, remember that time when I was 12, and you walked in on Jenny and I in my closet- you thought you caught us "making out"? Well, we weren't making out- we were getting high huffing cleaning products. It just seemed easier to let you think that...I mean, we figured you'd be a lot less upset if you thought we were just practicing our first kiss- I mean, it was the 80's...and it was in like, every teen movie back then, right? I didn't think you would get the wrong idea about my sexuality- I didn't even know what a lesbian was back then- although I did think it was kind of weird when you started buying me power tools and combat boots for Christmas. And when you made me join the swim team. I just figured you thought I was chubby.And when I broke up with Tony Senior year? He just wouldn't "get it". He just kept showing up at my dorm, pretending he was still my boyfriend. It was embarrassing- and it made it really hard to date anyone else. But when he showed up with a diamond ring and he was crying...and he had that damned backpack guitar he couldn't play... I guess I just freaked. I told him I was a lesbian just, to like, soften the blow...on the plus side, he did leave me alone. In retrospect, maybe that was a little harsh. When I found out he told his parents I came out to him...and his parents told you- I flipped! I was going to tell you the truth, but then I came home for Thanksgiving and you had planned that little "coming out" party for me- which was so sweet..with the rainbow theme decorations and the little "carpet" cupcakes....and you just seemed so happy and proud. I just couldn't ruin it for you.So, I'm sorry about all of this. But the truth is, I'm not "special"- God didn't make me "different", I have not been tortured by society for who I love. I'm just your average, run-of-the-mill, generation-X, screwed up 29 year-old who can't keep a job, a boyfriend, or a haircolor for more than six months. Do you still love me? клеточное питание
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