Angela Booth
Registered On: August 1, 2020
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I feel it is much better now. It does depend on where you live and the society you live in. I know what the attitude was back in 70’s and it wasn’t until the 90’s that things changed for the better. I would have never dreamed of coming out back in the day but when I slowly came out in the 90’s I found acceptance at each stage.

I note that a few of you have said that it is the older generation that has an issue. This is contrary to what I have experienced as some of my neighbours are elderly and they have been amazing and when I interact through work or daily life I have been treated as if I were just another woman. Conversely, on the very rare occasion I have had a negative experience, it is with the younger generation. Go figure!

I am in agreement that there are those that will not like it and have difficulty coming to terms if they are a long standing friend or family but they are very much in the minority for me. As was said before, don’t go to places where women would not go unless in a group or put yourself on offer in unsound places when on your own.



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