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There is power in patience. There is someone out there for us.

She had lived in the city where I had grown up, and was very active in the lesbian community there which I had been active in years ago. It was not something that was on my radar. There were definitely sparks flying, but she explained that she was just getting over a very difficult relationship and needed time to heal. It was more that I had never been in a situation where I had to deal with stigma before.

And, while I felt no need to explain myself, I replied. But there are people out there who understand, who have open minds, and who will see you for you. We had been flirting on Facebook for about a year and agreed that if either of us was ever traveling close enough to the other, we would meet. It would be very encouraging, and I think it would help reduce the stigma. Yes, I was very afraid, actually.

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In any case, dating has sucked for me. My work in the media and a couple of published articles must have tipped her off. And when I mean weird, I mean quirky and nerdy, stuff like that, and I thought those were very endearing qualities. Not because your gender identity aligns with your genitalia, not because of your bank account, not because of your job or the size of your home. It would have just been harder.

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