It is said that the population self-identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) becomes more and more. According to the investigation from the site *BiLoves dotcom* (a site for LGBT comning out, explore sexuality, etc.), The Netherlands, South Africa, United Kingdom, Canada, Spain are the gayest countries. Not sure if true.I just know that site is very professional and there are about 150 members per day and they are very active. You can imagine.If you come here frequently, you may find what you are looking easily and quickly.
I admire those groups working for GLBT, also those online services like the one BiLoves. Many of my friends there have spent their careers working for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons. I think they are really very great.
I know many gays or bisexuals on the online community BisexualMingle. I think they are the same as the straight, just with different lifestyle and sexual orientation.
It is said that many schools have discrimination and prejudice to bisexual or gay students. I heard many about this. I also heard that everyone is bi to some degree.Not sure about this. But I also heard about the same from the site http://bicupid.com/user/biromance,which is exclusively for bisexuals and bicurious. Maybe it depends on how to define it.
The gay, lesbian or bisexual problem is always a hot social problem. It shows more and more ppl concern them. I think we also need to establish some friendly and comfortable environment for them, just like the site BiLoves.com (for bisexuals and bicurious looking to explore their sexuality). It's very great.
Interested in The Pride Center's OutWord Writing Group. I'll tell my friends on http://www.biloves.com about this and ask them to join together.
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