but only because you are stuck in a box about where to find lesbian, gay, bi or trans people. Secondly, we love to learn and hang out with smart people. So don’t miss what’s happening for 2013 in your city and town for lecture series.
I work with lesbians from New York City to small towns in Texas to Dubai, Australia, Canada and the woods of Maine, and almost every woman I work with believes it’s hard to find LGBT people. Start checking out your local university and its lecture series. Harvard isn’t the only university or college that does lecture series.
Head east down Santa Monica, and as you drive through West Hollywood, you will see the gayest billboard ever.
Being LGBT means being extra special, but it also means being extra hard to find …
It’s not always fun; it’s not always productive and though it’s interesting to meet that bottom boy in Alaska online, that’s a hook-up that won’t happen if you live in Miami.
While 41 percent of gay and lesbian respondents report that their families already see same-sex relationships as a positive thing, more than a third stated that the recent cultural shifts and gains in marriage equality would help their parents see their personal same-sex relationships in a more positive light.
Thus, with marriage on the mind, One Good Love’s billboard not only fits in perfectly with the relationship goals emerging in the LGBT community, but also presents the gayest version of love—not “gay” in the pejorative sense, but gay as in the traditional sense—gay as in happy, gay as in joyful, and gay as in fully accepting.
Since the landmark defeats of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Proposition 8, the LGBT community has taken to their new marriage rights like no ones’ business.
A recent survey of LGBT individuals indicates that 76 percent of all gay and lesbian singles now see marriage in their future, with 58 percent identifying marriage as their ultimate dating goal.