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Kazakhstan is the largest of the states of the former Soviet Union apart from Russia itself, and it dwarfs the other countries of Central Asia. Kazakhstan is the richest country in the region due to its large oil and natural gas reserves and is also the largest in Central Asia. And while the endless, featureless steppe might repel some visitors the emptiness and mystery of this goliath state keeps many others captivated. Native Kazakhs, a mix of Turkic and Mongol nomadic tribes who migrated into the region in the 13th century, were united as a single nation in the midth century. The area was conquered by Russia in the 18th century, and Kazakhstan became a Soviet Republic in
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I recently witnessed my best friend go through a self-described slutty phase. I was impressed. As someone who was sexually inexperienced myself, his methods seemed worth trying, so I downloaded every dating app available to lesbians. But for queer women and nonbinary people in small towns or more rural communities, seeking out those spicy, no-strings-attached sexual experiences can be a challenge in a number of ways.
For better or for worse, I've always been a bit of an early bloomer. Like many queers, I was raised Catholic and was taught to be staunchly homophobic as a kid. When Proposition 8 passed in California in , I couldn't have been happier. But I was probably just secretly terrified. Shortly after, I came to the stunning realization that I was one of those queers that not even the supposed liberal haven of California could protect, and I knew even then what kind of life I was in for.