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” my sponsor asked me one day.“Because I’m scared,” I answered honestly.“Well,” she told me, “be scared in the front.” But the desire to escape ourselves is so strong that we can often find a distraction no matter how slim the pickings.
She was what I called “guy light.” “It would be better,” I told her one night, “if you had a penis.
But we can work around that.”But she never touched me.
The “Grapevine” couldn’t be a better metaphor for the growing gossip and intertwining overgrowth that is the fellowship of AA.One day at the crusty Brentwood “ladies who lunch” meeting, a tattooed, dark-haired man walked in.“This is a women’s meeting,” one of the tautly pulled housewives said.“I am a woman,” the man—who, as it turned out, was a woman—said. I had never been attracted to a woman before but she wasn’t just a woman: she was, when I got to know her, this amazing combination of the best traits of a female best friend with all the machismo and chivalry of a man.She could fix your car and then stay up till in the morning eating ice cream and talking about feelings, burning you Tori Amos CD’s.She didn’t date straight girls, newcomers, or crazy people.And considering I was all three, there wasn’t a chance in hell she was going to turn me out. That’s a sanctity I can’t violate.” None of the men in AA had ever said that.I would go to those uptight “lady” meetings in Beverly Hills and Brentwood where women with bad facelifts and expensive handbags complain about their gardeners.I would go to a Saturday women’s meeting in Crenshaw for lesbians.Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.Join our anonymous chat room online to talk about whatever is on your mind, friend!When you’re dating another alcoholic, there is that instant affinity: you both speak the same language of disease and recovery.You both live a lifestyle of sobriety and abstinence.