It was not easy for me to pluck up the courage to attend Women's Nite, but eventually I did for this one and I'm really glad I did. It was nice to be able to (finally) come out to fellow queer women who were not judgmental, and I made some good friends in the process. The discussion was thought-provoking and interesting, and everyone was respectful of each other's opinions. It was a comfortable setting where we could all speak with ease.
To the ladies behind Women's Nite, thanks so much for organizing this monthly sharing session!
I look forward to the next one! :)
I was looking for a lesbian support group after an abrupt end to my relationship with my first girlfriend. I had been straight all my life and so are all my friends. There was no one I could talk to about my heartache. Then I found Women's Nite. For the first time, I was free to talk about my closet relationship without the fear of being judged. I felt liberated. Women's Nite is indeed a safe environment for gay women and even women who are uncertain about their own sexuality. You will be accepted just the way you are.
The heroines behind the scene are awesome. Be prepared to receive a warm welcome by them. The topic of discussion was stimulating and the facilitators must be given the credit for making it interesting. The participants were mature and we respected each other's views. There was no pressure to speak but you are free to share your views. It was my first time in an all gay environment and I was totally at ease.
If you are lost, lonely, afraid or simply wanted to get in touch with the community, you can find friends and comfort at Women's Nite. To the ladies behind the scene, thank you for creating this safe cove for us. Keep up the great work. I look forward to the next meeting.
I was really quite surprised to feel quite at home at Women's night. Because I'm an introvert, and going to the meeting by myself, to meet a bunch of strangers (albeit gay or bi) still proved quite daunting to me. So it was with trepidation (the stairs-climbing added to that), that I went. But I left feeling happy, and safe, having made quite a few friends there.
Kudos to you guys, the organisers, for setting the mood of the party. I do believe that the hosts did a very good job in making everybody present (regardless whether you are new to the group or not) feel very welcomed and safe. Also, I also think that for the ladies who are bi, the avenue was a safe place for them to express their preferences or opinions, without fear of being judged. =)
So thank you, organisers of Women's night! I hope to see you guys again in the near future... and do keep this channel going... You guys are really doing something worthy here with what you are doing.