Sid and Sergei

Posted on January 7, 2010. Filed under: Stories - from other sites |

Sid (U.S.)  &  Sergei (Russia)
from Out 4 Immigration

Sergei and I met on the internet looking for friends who were gay and would like to know gay friends in other countries. We have met several times in various European countries. We have fallen in love and everything that is normal as we were both taught says we can not be in love, that we have no capability to consummate a partnership of love and permanence. Our languages are totally different, our countries of residence are totally against us as gay men. Yet, we want to live together, for as long as possible, and to share our lives every day. Neither of us has any interest in our lives in our native country and all we can think about is how we can find a place and be together. We both have become dull to our old friends and yet neither of us has anyone with whom we can talk about this in our circle of old friends or family. We think and plan from visit to visit and always look to being together permanently. I have been in love, I have been married, I have experienced just about every kind of relationship but NEVER have I had such a feeling of total commitment in my entire life. Sergei is steadfast in his love and wants to be with me as much as I want to be with him. I can not explain it, we can not find words to express how deeply we feel for each other even as society says we can not possibly truly feel the way we do. Our relationship is permanent. Even if it means surrender of our own nationality and adoption of another country.

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