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Jillian Keenan
Writer , , . I wrote a book called SEX WITH SHAKESPEARE. It's about Shakespeare. And spanking. Read it!
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Popehat Jan 15
Dad: So. Your blog. Me: .... Dad: I want you to know I support you no matter what. Me: stop Dad: is there some terminology I should use
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Jillian Keenan Jan 15
You are a hero.
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John Lewis 19 Jul 15
Even though I was arrested, I smiled bc I was on the right side of history. Find a way to get in the way
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Jillian Keenan Jan 14
Go Falcons go go go
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Rachel Yong Jan 14
waking up and remembering you went to the night before is the best feeling of #2017
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Quai Franklin Jan 13
"Silence feeds fear, and makes it fat." "Sex with Shakespeare: ..." Wisdom
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
Yes. I am lucky. Many people aren't.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
I don't know, either.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
I'm so sorry, Cathy. 😓
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
I'm a freelancer.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
Thankfully, with his job, that is legitimately not a concern.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
9. Because I swam, but I'm painfully aware of how easy it would have been for me to sink.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
8. That's why I want to , or introduce some comparable alternative.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
7. BUT SOME PEOPLE DON'T HAVE THAT OPTION.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
6. But here's the thing: don't cry for me. I'm fine. I married a man with great health insurance.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
5. That diagnosis means that, for the rest of my life, it is not profitable for companies to sell me health insurance.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
4. I was a kid when I was diagnosed. You know? I was just a kid.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
3. It's a neurodegenerative disease. Or, as the insurance industry calls it, a pre-existing condition.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
2. When I was fifteen-years-old, I was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.
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Jillian Keenan Jan 12
1. I might as well throw my story into the conversation.
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