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20.09.2017
Άντρες γυμνοί στο instagram λένε την ιστορία της ζωής τους (ΝSFW)
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Άντρες γυμνοί στο instagram λένε την ιστορία της ζωής τους (ΝSFW)

Ο thetravelinbum είναι ένα απρόσμενα εξομολογητικός λογαριασμός του instagram, όπου οι άντρες ξεβρακώνονται σωματικά και ψυχικά

 

 

Η αίσθηση της ελευθερίας και αυτό το μοναδικό συναίσθημα του να σπας τους κανόνες και να αποδεσμεύεσαι από νόρμες συμμετέχοντας σε κάτι απίστευτα δυναμικό ήταν το κίνητρο που οδήγησε στην ίδρυση του thetravelinbum. Ο 24χρονος εμπνευστής του επιτυχημένου λογαριασμού του Instagram  πάλευε με την σεξουαλικότητά του και αποφάσισε να μετατρέψει την συναισθηματικά φορτισμένη στιγμή της "αποκάλυψης" της σεξουαλικής ταυτότητας σε μια θεραπευτική και εμπνευσμένη διαδικασία που γιορτάζει το γυμνό σώμα. Τον ακολούθησαν πολλά μέλη της LGBT κοινότητας που εμπνέουν με τις ιστορίες τους (και τα υπέροχα οπίσθιά τους). Ρίξτε μια ματιά...

 

I'm about to turn 30 and finding that reality is a bit tougher to deal with than I would've expected. I wanted to treat myself and had never been to Asia before but I was having a hard time finding a friend whose schedule matched mine. I ended up booking the flights with a friend who's my absolute polar opposite. 3 weeks in a foreign continent together seemed scary, but, as he phrased it in the end, there's no friendship between two people that are so different they can't find things in common, or so alike they can't teach each other something different. I learned to not be so serious and deep about everything and that whatever's meant to be will be.

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As I walk down this road called life I often find myself lost. When that happens I second guess every decision I made whether I should have said, done, or reacted that way. When you think of this crazy concept called fate, do we actually have control of our lives? Or is this all predetermined to make us a stronger person? Living in a city that never sleeps I find myself awake at night analyzing all the decisions I have made in my life. Sometimes I think so hard it makes me feel like I am crazy. The one constant I have always managed to maintain is my friendship with people. Living in New York you find that most people look for some kind of value in order to befriend you. However you guys have made it feel effortless. Happy National friendship day.

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

Today we live in a world where we get caught up in the delusion that "everyone has their shit together more than me" on social media, like Instagram and Facebook - from watching long lasting relationships turn to engagements, apartment renters buying their first home, or even the dumbest kid from college getting a better job than you. Remember that no 2 journeys are comparable. What might fit for someone else doesn't mean its not a fit for you as well, its just not the right time. Wait for your time and laugh at the confusion down the road. I created this blog on a limb and have enjoyed watching it grow because of all of you. I hope these posts give you some insight and motivation on a daily basis, just like you all give to me... and yes I freaked out taking this picture 🤦🏽‍♀️🐍

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

Hey! I'm @claudedee! My coming out story was New Year's Eve of 2010 in the Philippines. My brother called me "bakla", gay in Tagalog in front of friends and family during dinner. My dad got so upset he was about to punch my brother until my bro told him "it's true" I'll show you proof. He went to my room and grabbed letters from an ex lover and showed my dad. My dad was so disappointed and he told me "you're so handsome. Why are you gay?" In my mind I said "If I'm ugly? It would have been okay?" It was hard and a lot to process without the support of my family. After surviving the worst dinner of my life and fast forward to 2017, I am grateful my family loves me for who I am, I get to travel the world, and I have grown to learn how fortunate I am to live in the United States where I have the privilege to be myself.

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

The night of my 21st birthday I came home to a scavenger hunt that my roommate laid out for me that concluded in a note. The note ended with, "Last night I wanted to kiss you... Cheers to the future." I was paralyzed with fear, anxiety, and an overwhelming joy. I was not out yet but I had a crush on him all summer. It took 2 days, 1 sunrise on the roof, and some liquid courage before we kissed. After we had our first kiss, he held me while my body shook -- I was so resistant to giving myself up to love and accepting my queerness that I had a physical reaction. This month I turn 25 and in September, we are getting married. Never be afraid to open yourself up to love And to my soon-to-be, cheers to the future!

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

When I met my boyfriend I did not want to hide anymore of myself. I did not want to hide whom I love. I did not want to hide that I love a man. I did not want to feel ashame for loving a man. Cause love and beeing loved is a great thing that you should just be happy to be able to do so. So i started by telling my best friend who was not really surprised. So I continued with my sister and my two brothers who were a little weird but not bad at all. It was just unformiliar to talk with them about loving someone. Having them know that I have sex with a man. As we would never really speak about any kind of sex very open in our family. I continued with my mum. She was sad (probably cause she thought she would get grandchildren out of me) and did not really believe it at first. But now she got used to the idea and really likes my boyfriend now. My biggest surprise was my father who did not feel weird at at all. Just as if it was just a thing you would not make a big deal about it. After telling my closest people I had no problem to tell people that I was gay or have a boyfriend. I am very lucky that most of the times I had good reactions of people that just learned that I was gay :)

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

 

@jonnystaub This view is from a hike outside of Vancouver, British Columbia Canada called "Tunnel Bluffs". It looks out into the waters of Lions Bay and surrounding islands off the coast. It takes a Lion's amount of stamina and courage to climb the 4 hours to get to the top. When my buddy Nic called me on a random Sunday and asked if I wanted to do it I initially said NO. But then I thought about all the things in life that seemed hard & challenging and thought "Fuck it! I can do this". Packed up a few beers, a sandwich to split and up we went. The views were incredible, some of the most picturesque mountains I've ever seen. As the sun started to set on this panoramic vista, I dropped my pants and hollered at him to take a picture. Big butt for a big mountain top! "Although I deeply love oceans, deserts and other wild landscapes, it is only mountains that beckon me with that sort of painful magnetic pull to walk deeper and deeper into their beauty. They keep me continuously wanting to know more, feel more, see more." -Victoria Erickson Follow me around for the day on @thetravelinbum story

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I never thought that I would feel comfortable truly being myself, until these guys came into my life.

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

"Coming out was a positive experience for me. I think it's why I feel so free to be who I am wherever I am which is why I enjoy being nude and getting my bum out in nature. The first person I came out to was my oldest sister. She was very trendy (at the time) and was very open-minded. She told me she knew it wouldn't be easy to have to tell people who you are all the time but she was confident people would accept me. I came out to my mother a year later, on Gay Pride by drunk calling her. I don't remember the conversation but I will never forget the next morning. I woke up to my mother sitting beside me and I was dying of a hangover. She asked "are ye alright? Do you remember calling me last night?". It took me a few seconds but when I remembered the conversation I suddenly felt a bigger hangover... She told me she told all my sister's and my dad and not to worry. I felt so loved and accepted but the hangover was fierce so it took me a few hours to show my face. Later that day my dad came to give me a hug and throughout the day my sister's too. I know it's not the same for everyone and I feel so grateful for my experience but I hope for one day where telling people who you are attracted to is not how it is for us now"

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming out for me came from an accidental Facebook post. But throughout college I've realized who I am is not an accident. I learned so much about myself throughout the past four years and I could not have done it without my best friends and their unconditional love and support. Coming out is a big process and I'm still at the beginning of my journey with a little bit left to go. For all of you who are hesitant and haven't quite started your journey yet just known that this was a blessing in disguise and that this post was definitely no accident. I say goodbye to a place that will forever be home and is a huge part of my life, but I also say hello to the next step in my journey.

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

"Hey guys, my name is Paavali and I’m from Finland. I became first aware that I was attracted to guys when I saw Zac Efron in High School Musical when I was 10. It took me 6 years to accept myself but it wasn’t until the age of 18 when I first came out during my first semester of college at Emory in the United States. My coming out has been more of a process than a single event. I first told my close friends and a year later to my mom over FaceTime from my college dorm. Surprisingly for me, my mom needed some time to process that I was gay. Over the past few years she has come to terms with my sexuality. Even though my family doesn’t vocalize it frequently, they have made it perfectly clear that they love me regardless of who I’m attracted to. Life is a journey and coming out is a journey as well. There’s no one way or a correct way of doing it. At the end of the day, staying true to yourself is the most important skill you can give to the world."

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

Hey Guys, my names Samir and I'm 28 from London. So here's my coming out story...I had already come out to my friends while I was at dance college after turning 17, I'd played the straight card and had even kissed a few girls to make it look believable although I knew they all knew I was gay so that was the easy part. Telling my family was another thing. I was raised Muslim as my Dads family are all from Pakistan, my Mum (British) converted to Islam when they got married, and I mean don't get me wrong they aren't pray 5 times a day super strict muslims, but we went to the mosque during Ramadan, don't eat pork etc so needless to say I was shitting myself. I came out to my Mum first, I was dating a guy at the time and he had gotten me a Valentine's Day gift (aw cute) and I purposefully left the present and card out in my room, knowing my nosey mother would look at it. She did and when she confronted me, we were in the car and she said 'so I found your valentines gift...from Steve' I turned to her and said "I thought you would have, so!?" Her response ' so does this mean?...' I said "yes Mum I'm gay." She took a while to say anything so I asked her if she knew already as most of my friends told me mothers always know so I thought she did. I was wrong she replied saying 'I summised but I wasn't sure...but it's fine I love you. Let me tell your Dad' They both went on holiday a few days after and when they got back she told me that she had told my Dad, although he had been acting completley normal with me. To this day he has never said anything negative about it, he's met ex boyfriends and they even were allowed to stay over a few times before I moved out. They both have been absolutely amazing, so supportive and loving. My Dad even cracks a few bad jokes about my taste in men! I mean I'm not complaining I was honestly expecting to be disowned 😂🙈

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη The Travelin Bum (@thetravelinbum) στις

 

 

 

 

 

 

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