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Being LGBT near KKK leader's home

Discussion in 'General Support and Advice' started by Carvd4life, Mar 10, 2019.

  1. Carvd4life

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    I live in a small town in AR. The Klan resides just miles from my home in a near by town called zinc, where paved road ends and the door become is under compete Klan mastors ownership. It is very lonely here, especially cuz gays get run off even by the churches here. I'm goin stir crazy and don't know any like minded people here much less supporters other than my household of very supportive family.. what do I do?
     
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    Is it doable to move or at least start working towards moving?
     
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    At the moment I'm trying with towards that but I'm 39 and was placed on social security disability and even with help from housing authority I can't access a place of my own along with car and insurance payments then you gotta factor in food, required mental health co-pays and cost of medicine then add rent and utilities to the mix and I'm alone and SOL.. Lol
     
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    Small world! I grew up just south of where you’re from and still have lots of family there. Totally understand what you’re saying. I’m in the process of coming out, but I don’t live near there any longer. There are lots of LGBT groups in Northwest Arkansas, especially Fayetteville and Eureka Springs. That might not help on a daily basis, but maybe you could visit there occasionally and try to connect with other community members?
     
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    I say just ignore them as much as you can. You hate their views as much as they hate yours, that sounds even to me. What gives them the power to tell you that your lifestyle is wrong and force you to change and/or move away?
     
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