In many cities and small towns, the only place to meet other lesbians may be in the lesbian bar.
If you are not into the “club scene” try going on a night other than Friday or Saturday. On “off” nights you’re more likely to find an atmosphere that's more low-key and friendly than the party weekend scene.
If there’s a gay and lesbian center in your town, it can be an excellent place to meet people.
Many gay and lesbian centers have support groups, rap groups, book and movie groups and political action activities.
Have them invite you over for dinner or game night.
Let them know you're just looking to make friends.
Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF) : PCCNCF is the place for the LGBTQ community in North Central Florida!
Located at 3131 NW 13th St, Suite 62 in Gainesville – We provide meeting facilities and safe-space for LGBTQ and Progressive Groups.
We didn’t know it for sure, but we suspected she was a lesbian.
We would go to her shows and sure enough, every time we did, there were plenty of other lesbians there.
Keep your eyes peeled for shows and concerts that lesbians are likely to attend. There may be personals ads, a calendar of events or announcements for dances, plays, art shows, concerts and other activities. Invite a gay-friendly straight friend to come along if you’re too shy to go by yourself.
– We host the Gay Switchboard, providing information and referrals to those who call.
– We sponsor an Internship Program and provide an important community service opportunity for UF students. – We host and support social and educational events for the LGBTQ family and friends. Check out our Facebook page to keep up on all the latest Equality Florida: Equality Florida is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.