How a group of men helped create a ‘safe space’ for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Melbourne September 18, 2021 September 18, 2021 admin

When we met at a pub in South Yarra, I thought we were having a chat.

It was only a few weeks after our last meeting, but in the two years since then, we’ve become close.

For the first time in my life, I feel I have some real trust in my partner.

I had just been through a traumatic period in my marriage, and as much as I loved my wife and my children, it was also something I needed to deal with.

For a long time, I’d been avoiding talking about our sexual orientation.

I’d felt that the way I talked about it was just a part of my relationship with my wife, and it didn’t reflect my true self.

But the people I met at the pub in the first week after we met told me that there was a community of people like me in Melbourne.

I realised that if I had a conversation with them, I might have to listen.

We started to talk about the ways in which we were being ignored by the mainstream media, and the ways that I was being misrepresented.

In the past couple of years, there have been several major events that have caused me to feel like I was marginalised.

For many of us, being gay and trans in Australia has been something we’ve always been accepted, and yet, there are some of us who are not welcomed.

That is why I decided to set up a safe space in Melbourne for LGBT people to come together.

I’m a member of the gay and lesbian community in Melbourne, and I want to give that space a go.

I started out by telling myself that the people in my social circle didn’t understand how I felt about my sexuality, and that it didn.

But after getting to know them more, I realised they were more understanding than I had imagined.

I also felt that I had been given a false sense of comfort by the media.

But I think I’ve learned to trust my intuition when it comes to what is happening in our community, and to just let go of some of the assumptions that are put on us.

And in the end, I hope that my experience at the bar will help other gay and transgender young people feel more comfortable talking to me and being around me.