OurStory Scotland diary
Diaries can reveal much about our personal life. OurStory Scotland has designed this online diary for anyone who is LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender), undefined, and/or who does not really fit conventional roles of gender/sexuality.
We invite you to keep a diary for a day. What you write can be in any style and can be as long or short as you like – there is no word limit. You can write it as the day goes along or at the end of the day. Choose either a typical day or a special day, but don’t forget to say whether it is typical or special.
OurStory Scotland requires that you do not submit any content that is defamatory, offensive or unlawful, and that you avoid any possibility of identifying people in terms of their sexuality unless you have their written permission. By submitting your diary, you signify your agreement to our terms and conditions (on the OurStory Scotland website), your agreement to the publication and archiving of the diary (including online publication), and your agreement to OurStory Scotland deciding whether or not to publish/archive some or all of this submission.
Date of Diary (the day described in your diary)
Title of Diary
The Diary (you can write as much or little as you like)
A special day, a typical day? (if it is not clear from the diary itself, tell us whether it was a special or typcial day)
Now a few further questions concerning personal data:
What is your age, gender and occupation?
Whereabouts do you live? With whom do you live? Also, if not already stated,
what (if any) are your connections with Scotland?
What is your name? (as this may be publicly available, you can choose to put just a first name or a pseudonym)
Type the characters from the image below.
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