hon your arround queers everyday, you live in sanfrancisco...drive 10 mins and they're everywhere. you have to make the effort to talk to them. only you can rescue your self
This 'effort' is what I have been trying to make over and over again, and I've only been taking rounds. I'm tired, I don't want anything complicated, for once I want someone else to reach out to me. So I'm hoping someone on this site will.
ive been trying
Momma Jeff lives in SF.. Maybe she can hook U up.. she is quite funny to hang out with... and knows shuffle board!
I hope Mommy reads this and gets back to me.
I am a recluse lately, as I only go out on Saturdays and work on my novel in Castro/Mission the rest of the time, but there is really no excuse to not know anyone here or to go out. I mean, whatever your scene is, there are tons of places to go.
Not knowing what you're looking for/interested in, I can't say too much, but there are certainly an endless list of options.
A good resource of gay stuff hapening in SF is at Holy Titclamps at http://www.io.com/~larrybob/sanfran.html
I went to the Castro LGBT center a while back and I was literally shitting bricks going inside, i was so afraid of being tapped by a familiar face. So I got some flyers and trashed them as soon as i stepped out of the center. Not only that, but the thought of intiating a random conversation with some supposedly queer stranger in a coffee shop, just shit scary. I guess I better put an end to this cowardness! I don't think I'm being faithful to my kind, this surely isn't justice. I'm kinda hoping that someone might fall through the cieling and land on my couch. I'm not only queer, but I am a complete introvert when it comes to intiating a simple conversation, and on top of that I get so damn emotional and all the ickiness that's called love..yucky poo.
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