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Before moving to Georgia, I lived in Hawaii until I was I had a friend who I had known since probably 7th grade. I would say it was a couple weeks before I moved to Georgia, it was the summer after my sophomore year of high school and I stayed at his house just as a kind of a last hoorah. We still had not any real contact with another male. So I was staying at his house as a little goodbye, and that night was a little different.
The company had come to Los Angeles to dance in the Olympic Arts Festival , and my parents volunteered to host a post-performance dinner in our backyard. I recall about people — family friends, Olympic officials and maybe 25 dancers — eating curry is that right? No, this is about the ballerino — my word for him — I met and what he represented to a lonely gay kid in Southern California in , a kid who had never before met another gay person.