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Old 02-20-2018, 04:05 PM
 
Location: Lil Rhodey
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Originally Posted by Bert_from_back_East View Post
Maybe you haven't spent much time in Johnston or West Warwick?
LOL ... I grew up in W.Warwick
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Old 02-21-2018, 01:01 AM
 
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I'm going to come out and say right now that the majority of gay people in this region or even across the country also tend to be the carefree types who act like no problems exist in the world. Sure some may complain about Trump but other than him or his supporters, they still like wearing rose colored glasses constantly and are in high rent markets not complaining about the cost of living like regular people do and aren't too likable as a community. I also was raised roman catholic but am agnostic. I just know from experiences as I am bi technically and have aspergers but dont use the bi label for myself... just know that its no easier to hook up with a guy of my type than with a woman. In L.A it really seems my odds would be better or anywhere in general with a good dating scene. New England has a crap dating scene and nobody is friendly.. I say this from someone born and raised in Massachusetts and live in NH currently and the gays are super judgmental too and play games, flaky as hell and if they aren't, they're older types that I dont find attractive.. Where are the young, youthful skater looking type gay bi men? The west coast has a higher concentration of those than here or the alt/indie grunge scene type gays, not the straight beta male soy boy types who wear flannel and beards and hipster goofy like where you can tell they aint real lumberjacks. Again, these are general labels though. Individually I get nowhere with people usually so I use labels. So if gays cry for acceptance, my advice is dont parade it around just live. Dont make it too obvious.
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Old 02-23-2018, 09:29 AM
 
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Providence is known to be very gay friendly. I'd check that out.
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Old 02-23-2018, 09:35 AM
 
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Why aren't you considering Boulder?
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