how'd you find and approach other queers in high school?

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  • Anonymous
    7 months ago
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    Definitely join any gay straight alliances. They could be through a school, the local gay community center or maybe a pro lgbt church. Their is also trevorspace, an online gay youth group that is monitored - but please do attend the groups in person if they are there. By joining existing groups you can meet a whole bunch of aquintences. Down the line, some of them, or the people you meet through them might just become friends.

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  • 7 months ago

    Be part of your schools pride things or (this is going to sound like rly horrible) find girls with short hair and compliment them or guys wearing makeup... I know that sound stereotypical but thats what I did when I was at a super religious school

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  • 7 months ago

    The same way you do with "normal" folks. What does sexual orientation have to do with friendship? Also, it's not that all queers (gay, bisexual, transgender...) want others to know about their sexual preferences. Sometimes people prefer to keep that information private.

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  • reme_1
    Lv 7
    7 months ago

    If your parents are supportive, have them encourage the principal to start a gsa group. There you will meet other LGBT kids and their allies.

    If you are out, try wearing a rainbow wristband. Start small, get some backbone and then you will be able to talk to others and get to know them. THen you will find out if they are gay.

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  • 7 months ago

    By joining a GSA club or any other LGBT-related organization. Or you can create one and hopefully LGBT people will approach you

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