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It felt like when I moved, I would never see or hear from her again. It was just easier to make a clean break so I didn’t even try to keep in touch.The same year I moved to South Africa, I had my second encounter with potential romance.

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That was the last time a boy asked me out in elementary school. It occurred to me in high school that I really felt no attraction to any of my peers.

When I was sixteen or so, I began corresponding with a guy I met online – we both wanted to find someone to practice French with.

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But he said I changed when I moved, and writing to each other just didn’t feel the same.

We’d tried to meet up when I flew over Europe on my way to Canada, but ultimately it didn’t work out. My first tangible boyfriend was a Maroccan engineering student named Ahmed that I met while studying French at Université Laval. There was something gentle in him that made me feel more comfortable than with most men.

We dropped the French but kept on writing to each other.

We had the same sense of humour and just enjoyed each others’ company. Eventually our correspondence dwindled, especially after he admitted that he had fallen in love with me but that he realized that this wasn’t going anywhere.

I was walking among the school buildings with two female friends when a boy approached and asked me if I wanted to be his girlfriend.

I was petrified, so I did what I always did in sticky situations. I walked right by him and, without missing a beat, kept on talking to my two friends.

He lived in Belgium and I was technically still a minor (he was 24).

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