Loneliness doesn't discriminate. Few people are lucky enough to make it through life without feeling isolated at some point. Many young LGBTQ people hide their authentic selves from friends, family, and classmates before they come out, which is often an incredibly isolating experience. This sense of isolation can be hard to shake off, and it's also easily triggered.
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I am a gay man in my late 50s and have never been in a relationship. I am so lonely, and the painful emptiness I feel is becoming absolutely unbearable. In my early 20s, I hooked up off and on, but it never developed into anything. I have a few lesbian friends but no male friends.
Send questions for Civil Behavior to stevenpetrow earthlink. At 59 I am single and almost friendless. I live in Philadelphia, which has a reasonably sized gay community, yet I feel like an outsider. Many of my friends died two decades ago and my contemporaries have started retiring to Florida.