"Wet Dream Of The Week" Sam Ashe Leonard - This Canadian youngster has not only gotten into the acting biz early on in his life, but it already trying his hand at directing and producing! Which is pretty damn ambitious for a 14 year old, but more power to ya, dude! Something tells me that we'll be hearing more from him in the years to come! So keep an eye on him! He's bound to be a Canadian treasure! Hehehe!
Ok...so maybe my idea for last week's question was overly ambitious. And Super THANKS to you guys who answered anyway! I've saved your answers, and I might go back and ask the same question again later on to see if we can, maybe, get some more answers on how to talk to cute boys! Hehehe! It's something that I think folks could really benefit from. Because...loneliness. You know?
Anyway, another question for Imagine Magazine, to be posted in a future issue. Anonymous posts are welcome. I just...I want you guys to speak up and be a part of the site. Everybody has a story to tell. So...what are you holding back for? Seriously!
"The Shack is boring." Well, what have YOU, personally, added to it? What do YOU wanna talk about, you guys? I'm seriously trying here. ::Taps Mic:: Help us out?
When you first found out that you were gay, or bi, or trans...whatever, how did it affect you? How old were you when it happened, and did you reject the feelings inside when you discovered them for the first time? Did you feel bad about your attractions? Were you ashamed? Let us know what your earliest experiences were when it came to finding out that you were...'different'.
As always, since this is for Imagine Magazine articles later on...anonymous posts are welcome! So let me know if you don't want your online 'nickname' attached to your post.
Share your story! What do you think about this? Let us know!
Looking for a Story... -- Anonymous, 17:18:43 09/28/17 Thu
It was one of the most disturbing stories I've read and I'm looking for it because its nearing Halloween and it was a good tale. The gist of it is that a lonely teenager creates an imaginary friend in his head, and the imaginary friend becomes real in turn. Kind of like a tulpa.
At first its kind of like a sweet romance, but it becomes clear as the story goes on that the imaginary friend is not good. In fact its almost demonic. At one point some bullies attack the protagonist and the imaginary friend retaliates by burning the bullies alive. I remember reading it and being disgusted by how graphic it was. There was more graphic violence in it as well that I don't feel comfortable relating.
I know Comsie wrote a story about an imaginary friend turned real, but I don't remember too much violence in his story so I don't think it was Comsie who wrote the one I'm thinking of.
I just remember liking it as a horror plot. Anyone know what story I might be thinking of?