This Pride Month, however, I wanted to explore alters we don’t usually hear about — lesbian and bisexual female alters. Here, slides in to the DMs of Dolores (@lilbitchtitz), a 23-year-old bisexual from Antipolo; Ross (@suckerforclits), 21, lesbian from Bulacan; Cautiously (@onenightbabe), 21, bi-curious, Pasig; Alex (@ughlex), 23, lesbian, UAE; and Marj (@lilybabe G), 20, bisexual, Alabang for a chat on what turns them on and what makes them tick.
Of course, in keeping with alter tradition, their real names and occupations have been kept confidential for protection.
The 519 is a meeting place and focus for its vital and varied downtown community.
Each year Buddies presents its exciting, high profile season from October to March in The Chamber.
The remainder of the year is filled with equally high profile, independently produced shows and events The association offers a centralized information centre for community resources; a drop in centre; peer counselling for gays, lesbians, their families and friends; and, workshops and seminars.
There are many suicide hotline numbers in the United States and around the world.
Suicide hotlines can be critical sources of help as their operators can talk to you about your thoughts of suicide or other distress and they provide someone to reach out to 24 hours a day. and anyone who feels they are in a crisis should call this line.
SUPREME: We know about the popularity of gay alter accounts (or what were once known as “libog accounts”).
I’m guessing lesbian and bi-female alter world is a thriving community.
DOLORES: I’m new here, but from what I’ve experienced so far, female alters have been very encouraging towards each other.
The compliments don’t feel like objectification, unlike when most hetero male alters comment on a nude photo. Like gay alters, some women also use their alters to hook up or browse porn and that’s okay, too. I’m guessing you girls all have real, personal accounts, or what alter people call “legit” or “main” ones.
In the United States, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (also sometimes known as the National Suicide Hotline) is a network of 163 crisis centers in 49 states and is a free service. According to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, people have called them for help with substance abuse, economic concerns, family problems, sexual orientation, abuse, illness and even loneliness.