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I sing with the Pink Singers LGBT Community choir, brilliant place to make friends, sing, dance, perform and as much social activity to go with it!
Discussions are a wide-ranging collection about our lives and last about an hour, then it's off to the pub afterwards for a drink where the discussions can continue, or you can get to know each other a bit better.
Your local authority website may also offer listings... I also think it's good to see if your local area has any groups. AM i met my wife 5yrs ago at work, through a friend of hers that worked with me!
Bristol has one whos aim is to introduce girls that don't want to meet at bars and clubs. Everyone says football is great but I've found roller derby to be even better. There are so many ways of finding love, BUT ONLY ONE WAY LOVE WILL FIND YOU! Try googling your town name and lesbian, if there is a decent lesbian community group in the area it should have its information out there somewhere online.
there are so many different places, having said that i think it does rather depend on where abouts you live as to what there is in the area .
if you have transport and are you willing to travel , if its yes to all the above , then there are you local reading groups , walking groups, lbgt and of course bars and clubs and then there are online sites and magazines like the diva , the opportunities are endless.. ), pride events, online, through other friends, work. Think about the type on person you wish to meet then hang out there...
Going into LGBT cafés/pubs during the day isn't so scary either, they often have leaflets and magazines about advertising local groups. I met my partner at work 5 years ago, been together 3 years and VERY happy and in love (also met my ex there but lets not go there) never been to a gay bar in my life!