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Date Posted: 16:30:27 12/10/20 Thu
Author: Mike
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In reply to: Comicality 's message, "(Part 2)" on 00:16:05 12/10/20 Thu

I had read it before, but it's been a long time so it was almost like reading it again for the first time :D .

I've always enjoyed reading it from the 'other' perspective. In fact, one of the few stories I wrote was written that way.

Sometimes, I like reading from a non-gay perspective, from a mildly homophobic / confused friend/brother/parent perspective, who have to sort of evaluate their feelings and 'deal' with the fact that someone close to them, that they love, is gay. It's different to the norm, and changes things up a little, when you've read so many stories based on the gay character's perspective.

This story is charming. I enjoyed this the first time around, and enjoyed it just as much this time. Andy's a very lucky brother, and Mike's a great brother. Hope things go well with the folks which will inevitably come down the line. And they handle it as well as their eldest son.

Thanks Com. Happy Christmas :)

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