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I've got a question for all of my lesbos here! I live in the Midwest but in a very democratic city. All of the other lesbians I know are left leaning, pro Trans rights and super progressive.

My question here is, where does everyone sit on the political scale? I don't want to start depates or fights of any kind. I've just been very curious about this and have been scared to talk about it in my "queer" group of friends. I feel safe here to have an open minded conversation here.

Myself personally am conservative. I don't align with either party because I think they both are completely bogus. I vote for people whom I feel are pro America and pro constitution. I think Washington DC is full of monsters who should probably all get flushed and we can start a new ๐Ÿ˜ (if only) What about you?

I've got a question for all of my lesbos here! I live in the Midwest but in a very democratic city. All of the other lesbians I know are left leaning, pro Trans rights and super progressive. My question here is, where does everyone sit on the political scale? I don't want to start depates or fights of any kind. I've just been very curious about this and have been scared to talk about it in my "queer" group of friends. I feel safe here to have an open minded conversation here. Myself personally am conservative. I don't align with either party because I think they both are completely bogus. I vote for people whom I feel are pro America and pro constitution. I think Washington DC is full of monsters who should probably all get flushed and we can start a new ๐Ÿ˜ (if only) What about you?

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Hello! I'm also in the midwest, a lot of my LGBT friends are progressive and fall very left on the political scale. Surprisingly one of my I would say I definitely used to also fall in that scale but now I would say that I align a lot more with the tiny green party that the U.S. has. However, I also feel like I'm a quick slide away from going socialist. My priorities are women's lib, social welfare, and the environment.