hello! so heres my dilemma,everything is going pretty good for me right now ive been out(friends and family) for like 2 years and a half now,i have an active sex life,great friends you know and all that other good stuff,but now its all gonna change.
im movin to some weird unkown(to me)place called port st lucie, which is like hours (2) away from civilization (where i live now). and to top it all off i have this broken gaydar dangling over my head and as much as i try to make it work i always end up relying on others which was fine till now but there wont be any one there any more.
i mean eventually ill stumble in to some random not straight person who will become my bestest friend and will help me every once in awhile but what am i gonna do till then. just to let you know ive ruled out fixing my gaydar 1. cuz ive tried, didnt work 2. i hear you either have it or you dont and i guess im just lucky enough to be a gaydarless person out there in the middle of nowhere (port st lucie).
so i guess what im saying is how do i find some GLBT's out there to mingle with. (and other things, you know you can only do with mingling for so long) back to the topic here, i need help please.
thank you!!!! oh ima girl. did i mention that?! well i guess you could figure by my name.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by ferrari: [B]Hey, what i do when im unhappy is i snort 1 half of a crushed sleeping pill (diphenhydramine) and take 1 asprin it will change your level of sociability and basically make you a better person.
this is how millionares come about, its the "so called "big" secret
ferrari, that's not a good way to deal with problems and ingrid could get into a lot of trouble following your advice. Please refrain from pushing drugs on the boards.
ingrid- I too have absolutely no gaydar. So I compensate by declaring anyone and everybody gay or bisexual. If this declaration is made only in your head, it can actually be quite practical. I'm rarely surprised when people come out to me. But really, there's no way to tell if someone is gay, straight, or bisexual except to ask them yourself. And even then their answer might be less than truthful. Do you know if there's a gay/straight alliance or pflag organization in your new area? That'd be a good way to meet some fellow glbt's.
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