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Another meaningful Task Force we attended was held at the Edelman Childrens’ Center. I became friendly with Michael Ferrara who consulted me about his wish to start a mentoring program for LGBTQ students which he called Lifeworks Mentoring.He has since achieved much more and has grown his program to become an essential component of the LGBT Center.Whether you’re in a small town or a major city, there are other LGBT people near you. There’s nothing more affirming than having a group of LGBT friends, but if you’re struggling to meet people near you, try finding friends online.1) Find friends through Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.Trevor Space is a monitored youth-friendly site where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth ages 13 to 24 can connect with other young people throughout the world, and can get involved in their local LGBT communities. D., CGP, BCD, FAGPAChapter Sixteen: Community Connections Continued – LGBTQ Community One of our most important and rewarding connections has been with the LGBTQ community and on so many different levels and in varied settings.
It was the mid-80s when Virginia Uribe started Project 10 at Fairfax High as a lunchtime venue for gay students to connect and to feel valued.This led to my meeting Gail Rolf who had started a similar program at another LAUSD school.Gail became an important speaker for educating our teen volunteers about LGBT issues and a good friend of mine and Teen Line’s.[public] created by julhi Just to talk ahha , idunno :3 this chat room is for girls who want to talk about stuff like coming out , depression , anxiety etc .Just to talk and build friendships / & or relationships If this chat room is illegal, click here.In the early 90s we featured a panel of lesbian, gay and transgender teens at our annual Food for Thought Luncheon.Our honorees were Ellen De Generes and her mother Betty.This was an outstanding and moving event as Ellen had just lost her TV show when she had come out as a lesbian on it.This spurred two of our teen panelists to want to be part of an LGBTQ outreach to speak to students.You can work on finding other gay teens locally, or you can use the internet to make connections with GLBT teens from all over.And while there are certain precautions you should take, both online or off, meeting people who get you, can be done.