Of course, the risk is even greater when coupled with the fear of an anti-queer reaction, as well as a misogynistic one.
As kids, we are offered painfully few representations of who we are.
My solution to this issue is pretty simple, and it even seems to be the most logical.
Instead of meeting someone and then instantly claiming to be in love, find out if you are similar people through being friends.
And that will save you time and money so you can focus on what matters to you most - nurturing great discussions and building a great community.
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How do I initiate contact without being that creep who ruins her day?