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LGBT forum category would be great!

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SweetNScattered

(Not sure if "category" is the right wording. I mean main topics, like there's Newly Diagnosed and The Secret of Our Success).

I've only been here a few days and it seems like a really helpful and thorough website with great forums. There is a real shortage of info, out there in cyberspace, specifically geared toward HSV and the LGBT community. It could be a really welcome addition to the site.

As a +woman in a relationship with a -woman, I'm finding it extremely difficult to find any info or advice that touches on some of the important issues that are coming up.

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(Not sure if "category" is the right wording. I mean main topics, like there's Newly Diagnosed and The Secret of Our Success).

I've only been here a few days and it seems like a really helpful and thorough website with great forums. There is a real shortage of info, out there in cyberspace, specifically geared toward HSV and the LGBT community. It could be a really welcome addition to the site.

As a +woman in a relationship with a -woman, I'm finding it extremely difficult to find any info or advice that touches on some of the important issues that are coming up.

hey SweetNScattered, as Elle pointed out we have many here in that link she provided for you. Just message a user, some get message notifications on their email or even phones , you will meet several if my great friends. Take care honey and be sure to read this book www.westoverheights.com , it really helps to have information and support. Take care give that Section (Lambda Locale link) a try. :) Hugs, Ace

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SweetNScattered

Thanks Elle and Aces :) I was wondering what that category was but didn't get a chance to check.... Been bouncing all over the site since joining last week.

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Hi cupid, welcome honey. I moved your post to the Lambda Locale section, I'd thought since you posted about our topic perhaps you like to be in the correct section to meet others. I'm Acey and I'm married to a non h man. I am female and we have a daughter, both he and daughter are both non h. I have ghsv2 and for 25 years now :) . Feel free to ask any questions. Here is a good book www.westoverheights.com , please also visit our lovely herpes library. Take care honey. Truly, Ace

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