This JD is on forbidden love. Somehow.. this is where I find myself and if I can rise above what it seems to be than I have found the future in that which is now, but hopefully now always, forbidden.
Ever want something (or someone) you weren't supposed to want?
For others, this might be about being unable to love as you want because something discrepancy in gender, sexual orientation, age, race or economic status is giving you, your potential other, or those in either of your lives reasons to disparage and make more difficult the love.
Do you know what it's like to want what you definitely can't have? Ever go for it anyway?
Feel me? Can forbidden love work in spite of the odds?
And would you want it once you had it?
"Diliguntur immodice sola quae non licent; non nutrit ardorem concupiscdendi, ubi frui licet." - Quintilian
Forbidden pleasures alone are loved immoderately; when allowed, they do not excite desire.
Can something be right even if something is wrong about it? Is it crazy to talk yourself into it? Discuss.