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Community to me is a space/group/people where you can come together and unite.Such as common culture, social movements. Communities that generally celebrate pride, diversity, individuality and sexuality.
The struggle with your gender/sexuality is real, but just like everything in life you grow into your skin. Make sure you connect with LGBTQ+ organizations and find safe spaces. We are here to answer your questions and guide you to your path of you being you.Remember you are never alone in this world and in your midst of finding yourself.
If you feel like you are unable to be your authentic self right now, at this moment: Take it slow because sometimes we all cannot come out. You are not alone. And it does get better. If coming out puts you in danger for now - please consider carefully and seek help however you need to.Such as organizations/Spaces where you can be your authentic self and vent as well.We are a community and we are here for you.
If you may be experiencing bullying, peer pressure or force because you are queer, talk to someone you trust.Talking about our experiences of being bullied can make a difference. It is important we share with someone what we are going through; you should not go through something like this alone as it is extremely stressful, and can be emotionally draining.Also know you are worthy and in control of things. Things do get better if you are experiencing bullying in a workplace or School. Please tell a teacher, counselor or parent.And remember where ever you are, please contact your closest Queer organization. We are here for you.
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