Meet Yesim1ru!

We caught up with new member YESIM1RU and asked a few fun questions. Get to know your new community member and don't forget to say Hello!

EP: Greetings and welcome. Wonderful to have you join us. Let's get started right away. What activity have you always wanted to try, but haven't yet? Why?

YESIM1RU: Pleasure to be here. I like how you think. My dad has always been a car freak and when i was small he raced modified race cars that he built himself. He was very good at both building the cars and then racing them winning more than his share of circle track races. I was always in the garage with him and growing up I always took for granted that there would always be plenty of time to build by own car beside my dad and then have him teach me how to be a competitive driver even though i was a girl. Like I said I knew I would always do this and like many people time went by along with life and now that I am finally at a point in my life that I would be emotionally capable of appreciating such time with my father it is too late. His lungs make it impossible for him to walk to the mail box without his oxygen and now it is too late to even regret choices I made in my life. I robbed myself and him of that experience and so I have no choice but to embrace the regret and proceed by his side while he battles disease and illness.

EP: You are so charismatic. What is the best advice you have ever received? Who gave it to you?

YESIM1RU: Who wrote these questions. From a young age I new there was something different about myself I knew I really didn't think boys were good for anything except making them look like sissies by beating them up in front of their mom and dad. I knew I was a lesbian by the age of thirteen when I was having regular sexual contact with the older girls from the college. I was also raised Mormon and knew right off I would never live that life style because of all the consequences it would have on my and my family. So I did what most of us did and I didn't tell as soul and I married a man that I truly loved but most importantly he was very kind gentle and solid something I needed because of my traumatic childhood abuse of my grandfather. Life was great years went by we had marriage problems that were sexual in nature because he was sexually dysfunctional and I am a very sexual person I tried but times were different. I was trying to making the decision on weather I was going to have sexual experiences with women while still married because what if my early encounters were because of my young age and I thought i should try and have sex with a woman to really be sure so I called someone I knew I could trust which was my best friend growing up Carol Sue and she gave me the advice that I should not have sex with a woman before i figured out if I was gay because If i wasn't then it would be a very shameful traumatic act and then it could put an issue in my marriage that would never be resolved and then I would be hopelessly caught in the middle unable to make a decision that was best for me as well as my husband and I would never get over that experience.. Thank you Carol

EP: Moving right along. If you could meet any person in the world, dead or alive, who would it be?

YESIM1RU: Glad you brought that up. That is a question that is so easy for me to answer. I was adopted when I was five days old in Pocatello Idaho. My mom that gave me up. was a nurse hear at the hospital in which I was born. I do know that I am of Italian decent and that so are both my birth parents. I also know I have a brother in which they kept and did not adopt out he is five years older than me. I have many questions for them i have no ill feelings or feelings of anything but curiosity and respect I would do just about anything to meet all of my birth family.

EP: Well put! I couldn't have said it better myself. Well, that concludes our up close and personal interview with YESIM1RU . Stay tuned readers, for our next New Member Interview.

Until then, be sure to pay a visit to YESIM1RU's profile today and say Hello!
41-45, F
Aug 1, 2010