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What Running The L.A. Marathon Means For Me

I've always loved running. The last time I ran a marathon I was living in Monterrey, Mexico. I wasn't out of the closet and so signed up to run a marathon because it seemed like a good excuse to not have to go out on the weekends. It became too exhausting pretending to hit on women, trying to be someone I wasn't. Running a marathon was a reason to avoid being set up and having to answer questions about why I didn't have a girlfriend.
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