Category: How to meet

I would like to know about resources for transgender individuals ...

Okay so now that I am out to myself about being transgender, I was hoping you guys could tell me some names of support groups. I know you guys are in Montreal which sucks because I live in Hamilton, Ontario. So I was wondering if you knew any support groups in that area or Stoney Creek, Ontario. I'm having trouble finding them. Thanks for your help.

I am bi-curious but I don’t know how to approach ...

I am bi-curious. I have made out with a few dudes, but I want to explore beyond that boundary. My bestfriend is straight, and I don't know what his take on it would be if I came out of the closet. How should I tell him? Also, I'm not very good at the whole male approach, with women I can walk up to them and be ok, but with men I beat around the bush, and most of the time I get scared, because I don't want to be embarrassed if they're not into me. Help!

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Story – The Internet : Friend or Foe?

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