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Harvard did a lecture series for 2012 that involved a collaboration between leading researchers and world class chefs. Libraries do them; nonprofits do them; museums do them; aquariums, historic sites, audubon groups and activists of all sorts do them.
So, let's open up a few more closet doors, move beyond your local Starbucks, explore some options to create a treasure map for where LGBT people hang out and where you can go looking for connections.1. Start checking out your local university and its lecture series. Harvard isn't the only university or college that does lecture series.
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I work with lesbians from New York City to small towns in Texas to Dubai, Australia, Canada and the woods of Maine, and almost every woman I work with believes it's hard to find LGBT people. Secondly, we love to learn and hang out with smart people. So don't miss what's happening for 2013 in your city and town for lecture series.