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 Posted: 2014-05-10 07:17 pm
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Isaac

 

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 Hi,

I am new to this site . Because I have no friends where I live and there is no LGBT community, I hope at least I chat with open minded people. I look forward to chatting with anyone who wants to talk.

Thanks,

Isaac

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 Posted: 2014-05-12 11:56 am
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thebaroquebitch
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Hey! Welcome to the site (: I hope you find what you're looking for here

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 Posted: 2014-05-12 02:16 pm
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Thanks Queen,

I appreciate that. I guess I'm just looking to chat with people who can accept me for who I am. I am out to most my friends and family, but I live in a very isolated place, and there is no one here who knows I'm bisexual and it gets lonely. I've been to Maine before, great place. Hope we chat again soon.

Isaac

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 Posted: 2014-05-13 12:43 pm
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I just recently came out entirely, I was surprised as to how accepting people were. I do live in a very liberal area tho. Thank god for the internet, where we can build a community of accepting people from anywhere.

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 Posted: 2014-05-13 03:46 pm
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Coming out is never easy. I am bisexual and it is hard to explain what that means to straight people, and I have also been treated with antipathy from some gay men as well. People think being bisexual is best of both worlds, let me tell you that is a myth.

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 Posted: 2014-05-19 11:17 pm
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thebaroquebitch
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Oh god, do I know it. Being bisexual with heavy preference for women sometimes I just tell people I'm a lesbian, it's just so much easier. The backlash bisexuals get is a problem that needs more attention and is just not ok.

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 Posted: 2014-05-19 11:57 pm
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I agree, but even with the internet it's still tough. I met a guy the other night, a one night stand, but there is no one I can even talk to about it. It's like part of me is locked up. Does that make sens?

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 Posted: 2014-08-26 08:41 pm
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Hi, Marshmallow here. It does make sense that you would be locked up. If you feel uncomfortable and confused about who you are I can imagine it would be really hard to articulate how you are feeling. You have to start somewhere - say something about it.

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Heeeey Isaac, I'm in the same boat as you! While my town isn't small, there is zero LGTB activity so I feel pretty lonely...
And I am open minded and bored out of my mind so maybe a conversation can be nice...?



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