Join Dr. Vibe and Sat Purusha as they host the discussion ‘Men And Sexual Abuse’.
graham reid phoenix
When did you last look with detachment at your intimate relationship? When did you last appraise it and work out what it means to you?
I was in Glasgow with my parents on our annual trip back to Scotland to visit family—I must have been in my early teens. I went off for the day to explore the city on my own. I have always enjoyed walking around new and strange cities. My love of steam trains—they still existed then—took…
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