I'm trying to meet more LGBT people... (I say 'more' but maybe I should say 'some'...as I currently know no-one else who is gay!) to try and make me feel less weird and uncomfortable around other gay people (my fault, not theirs). Unsurprisignly I don't meet any in the small town I live in, or sitting in work all day:lol: So, I've been thinking about going to an LGBT centre. There's one in the big city where I work which is like 1 1/2 hrs away by bus, which isn't so bad. I looked at their website but it mostly seems like they do sexual health advice and groups for older people. They seem to do some general meetup groups too but... I just don't know what they would be like.They also did an art group but it seemed like it was for actual 'artists' not just people who like to draw as a hobby :icon_sad: I'd prefer to go to a place like this rather than a gay pub because I'm not looking for a date, jsut friends (I think it would be good for me to be able to talk to someone who isn't uncomfortable talking about stuff that my staright friends are). So, I know this is a REALLY open question, but what are LGBT centres like? What kind of things do they offer? Do you have to be 'out' and/or sexually active to go there?