hi, i'm 25 and my parents are getting anxious about me finding someone etc. i don't know if this will help any of you but when i found myself confronting this getting married to a man to make my parents happy vs doing what i wanted, i went with the choice i felt i could live with (i.e. if i were to look back in 50yrs time). for me, as i have the opportunities i need (i.e. legally i can do things most heteros can do, i have access to social networks and i'm ok financially) and i don't believe in following tradition for the sake of it (i.e. forced marriage is traditional, but does not mean it's right just because it's part of our culture) i decided i'm going for what i want (not easy to meet people, especially those who understand all this though). i wouldn't put anyone down for deciding to get married heterosexually for cultural reasons though, everyone has their own values and priorities and keeping family happy can also be quite valuable.
anyway i'm based in london but i'm moving to the midlands soon, and i've heard there's an asian scene in birmingham too. might be nice to make friends to check it out with.
i hope it goes ok with your straight friend by the way.
Im 27 frm london and have had really bad luck with girls so far. Im openly gay and told all my family and friends but i seem to fall in love with girls who can never be with me but live a lie and marry a guy instead which breaks my heart as i still cannot get over it. Sometimes i wonder are there any othe sikh lesbians girls out there?
Hi ladies, I cant seem to access my account lol :$ I'm 22 out to friends and immediate family, it hasn't been fun but the Mrs and I have been strong, her even more so. If anyone wants to chat I'm here Will try and open my account and message anyone back through pm X
Hi guys hope ur all well.im new to this site and am delighted to find somewhere lgbt sikhs can get to meet.we need more sites like this.b good to meet like minded people especially in the west london area.get in tuch if u up for a chat x