hey, I've recently (just this year) "come out of the closet". I've let everyone know that I'm a lesbian and that guys don't and never really did turn me on. I really really want a g/f, but i can't seem to find any other people who are gay in my area. My parents were horrified at the very idea of me being sexually attracted to women, and they profess that they still don't believe me, so i can't turn to them for help. Is there any advice to be had from anyone out there? Does anyone live in the Middleburg, Fl area who's interested in a semi-blind date? Let me know, you can email me or IM me at --- edited: Scarleteen is NOT a datinng service, and as the guidelines you agreed to when you registeted state, you may not post personal information like your email address. -- ------------------ Oh, that i might be forgiven, for future and past transgressions against thou.
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I have a good friend originally from the Middleburg/Jacksonville area. From what she's told me, there are plenty of GBLTQ people in the area, although she also felt quite alone when she first came out. I'd recommend checking out JASMYN, a local "youth services and advocacy group" that has support groups and a safe house to hang out at, and does fun stuff like alternative proms and tubing trips, too. Their url is http://www.jasmyn.org/
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