My first time really opening up the closet is to the world through here. For years it was a dark and lonely place to be. I found the comfort of the confines of my own mind to be the most comfortable. I know what it’s like to not have an outlet to talk to from the fear of being judged, ridiculed, or stereotyped. That fear is what kept me in the closet for so long. The fear of being overlooked based upon the way I look, my tattoos and my demeanor. In the environment that
I’m in I can’t show no signs of weakness which causes me to isolate and be in my closet.
I’ve been down since I was 19 years old and have grown and matured into the man I am today. I made choices at a point of time of my life that caused for the current reality I’m experiencing. Me opening up the closet is embracing who I am and not caring how I’m perceived by others and displaying that outside of my tough exterior.
I’m a very loyal, loving, caring individual, with dreams, goals and ambition with drive and determination, and a will to see it through. I’m into tattoos and piercings; I find that very attractive. I’m open to all orientations that would like to reach out to me and get to know me.
The ONLY way in which I will be able to respond to you is through our email system www.Jpay.com #880-357 (Washington state dept corrections) or if you hit me up through here and send an address I can reach you, otherwise I will not be able to contact you.
Please feel free to open the closet with me and be yourself!