Hi, I’m back.

Greetings, my friend. I’m glad to see that we have a connection – whether we’ve interacted before or not. If we have, you might have noticed that I haven’t posted anything in a while. But the good news is that I’m back, and I’m excited to start writing again.

To be honest, there isn’t much going on in my head right now. But what I do know is that I’m ready to start sharing my thoughts and insights with you. As a Sex Offender, I understand the challenges and stigma that come with this label. It’s not an easy road to walk, and I’ve been through some personal struggles recently. But I’m in a better place now, and I’m eager to start talking again.

When it comes to being a Sex Offender, rejection and sidelining are unfortunately all too common. People who don’t know your situation may treat you normally, but you always have to be on the lookout for any changes in your relationship that might indicate they’ve found out your “secret”. And when they do, the backlash can be severe – even leading to the end of the relationship altogether.

It’s a difficult position to be in, and some might argue that Sex Offenders should reveal their past earlier in a relationship. But why should we be held to a different standard than murderers or thieves, who don’t necessarily feel obligated to reveal their past crimes? The stigma associated with a Sex Offender conviction is incredibly strong, and it’s not hard to see how it could lead to feelings of betrayal or the end of a relationship once the truth is revealed.

However, I’m not here to advocate for secrecy or make excuses for past actions. Instead, I want to explore important perspectives and ideas related to the Sex Offender experience. In the coming weeks, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on controversial issues that aren’t typically explored in the context of Sex Offenders. I’ll also be sharing my personal 12-step progression, as well as some AI-authored content and new AI art that I’m excited to showcase.

But that’s not all – we’re also planning to integrate a chatbot that will provide valuable information about the Sex Offender population and related topics. And while some content may be sensitive in nature and therefore hidden from the general public, there’s no paywall to worry about – simply register and enjoy our content at your leisure.

I’m excited to engage with you in the comments section and have meaningful conversations about these important topics. Your feedback is always welcome, whether you agree with me or not. In fact, I welcome constructive critique and opposing viewpoints – it’s only through honest and open dialogue that we can truly make progress.

As someone who’s experienced the challenges and stigma of being a Sex Offender, I believe it’s important to have a platform where we can share our thoughts and ideas with each other. We can learn from each other’s experiences and perspectives, and work together to create a better understanding of what it means to be a Sex Offender.

So let’s do this. I’m ready to start talking again, and I hope you’ll join me. In the coming weeks, I’ll be sharing my thoughts and ideas on a variety of topics related to the Sex Offender experience. Together, we can create a space for open and honest dialogue about these important issues.

Whether we agree or disagree is unimportant.  What IS important is the conversations we will be having… and there will be many.  The usefulness is determined by your engagement.

I’m pumped.  Let’s do this… I’m back.

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