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I personally never had any real LGBTQ+ friends. They were all straight which was very hard for me. It was hard for me because I couldn’t relate to them on a personal note. They didnt really understand the issues I was having with girls.

Dont get me wrong, they were awesome people. I eventually had to separate myself from them and so I did. I separated myself because I had to find myself again. I had to change my mindset towards things and figure out what a friend really was. (And so I did). I’ve been on this journey for almost a year. It feels good to be away from all those “so called friends”. I was around them 24/7. I needed a break. I finally found myself again. I realized I needed more LGBTQ+ friends.

I needed people who were exactly like me. No matter if they were lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer. It doesnt matter as long as we have some things in common. I would be so happy. I would be so happy because finding like minded friends would be a stress reliever. I haven’t found any yet. I always wanted a gay boy bestfriend. They are so fun to be around. How do I know? I used to have one back in my high school days. His name was Timothy. Me and Timothy was really close. But, he was always in a lot of drama. It used to make me mad. He hooked me up with a couple of girls back then. That was fun only for a certain amount of time. What I look for in a gay boy bestfriend?

I look for consistency. I look for some one who is positive. Some one who just wants to enjoy life and no drama. I look for someone who is very mature. Is that hard to find? Yes, it is very hard to find. On dating websites, I caught myself glancing at males profiles. But, it’s hard because you cant tell if they are gay or not. So, I just gave up. I know it’s some of them on those dating websites. I just stopped looking that’s all. I dont want that many friends. Only just a few and that’s it. I say that because I’m some what of an introvert. (Definitely not an extrovert)…..

So, my question is, where are my LGBTQ+ friends? They are probably some where out having fun. I’m just sitting in the house. I’m more of a homebody. I dont do much but work and come home. I’m sure I’ll find them soon. What’s your take on this? Comment in the comment section below. See you there!! πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹


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22 thoughts on “WHERE ARE MY LGBTQ+ FRIENDS? πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

      1. You aren’t alone in this. It’s hard for me too.
        I recently had my convocation ceremony. I was alone there. I eat alone in the office. I really can’t tolerate people if they become too nosey. And most people are like that.

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  1. β—‡ – Diamond Hard – β—‡

    β—‡ Please don’t take this personal but you started off with “never” then qualified with “one at school” with all the associated “drama; it’s Crystal Clear Clarity that I AM “straight” and herewith My THOUGHTS!!! in this “comment” about My Friends…the Circle of Friends I Have is Small and Diverse; it’s Quality Over Quantity, people who ARE Welcome in My Home…in this Circle are My LGBTI+ Friends whose “drama” I Manage; if you have decided to only have “LGBTQ+ FRIENDS” then the “drama” will increase exponentially and that’s a Cast Iron Guarantee

    β—‡ – Diamond Hard – β—‡


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    1. Yeah, I noticed that when I read it but, I just kept it in their. Thanks for the feedback and non taken. That’s good you have a a group of friends that are diverse. I dont necessarily think the drama will increase. I think it’s all about who you hang around. In my defense!!

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  2. I agree! It’s hard to find others that you bond with. Finding LGBTQ+ friends are definitely hard to find because we also assume everyone is straight. In my early 20s I used to go out to the club a lot, but my state got rid of most of the clubs and now I try to find them on social media. So glad this blog is here !!!

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    1. Yes it is very had to. Lol I agree with. Sometimes I got question because you never know if they are straight or gay. Oh wow, they got rid of them that’s no fun. I’m trying to get into the clubbing scene. I found some around my area. Thanks for reading and showing some love.


  3. When Facebook came along, many K-12 friends looked me up. It only took a year before I had unfriended all of them. Interestingly, during that time, I found out that the two biggest bullies in junior high and high school are gay. One is a hair stylist in Houston. If that isn’t stereotypical, I don’t know what is. But as my wise old grandmother said, β€œStereotypes come from somewhere.”

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  4. Happy 2020! So glad I came across this 🌈 πŸ€—πŸŒˆ… I can’t even begin to tell ya how difficult it is to meet LGBTQ friends. I’mma Scorpio ♏️ , femme4femme and everyone always assumes I have a boyfriend πŸ˜‘… hey, let’s just form β€œa small city” of LGBTQ friends and linkkk already πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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