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Have fun with it and see where it goes."Hallman, despite the many complexities of dating as a LGBTQ person, is doing exactly that.“It’s nice,” Hallman said.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, “cuffing season,” or the chillier months of the year where singles become more dispositioned to enter relationships, is in full swing.

Members of the Athens LGBTQ community say finding a date can be hard no matter what time of the year it is.“You can’t just walk up to a person and be like ‘hey, are you queer’ because that can be taken really wrong,” said Lauren Eydam, a Junior who identifies as bisexual.

“Coming to UGA has exposed me to a lot more queer people or people who would be okay dating queer people.”Ashley Waterfill, a sophomore who identifies as a lesbian, agrees that there are challenges in the recognition of other LGBTQ singles.“I think it’s probably just because it’s an insult to assume someone’s gay,” she said, before correcting herself.

“It’s not an insult to me, but some people might feel that way.”When asked about the differences between LGBTQ dating and straight dating, Waterfill laughed.“For me, it’d be so easy to find a guy,” Waterfill said. I would assume it’s a lot easier if you’re straight.”Instead of approaching strangers or going online, Waterfill typically goes on dates set up by her other LGBTQ friends, since she says, “it’s easier that way.”Even when a LGBTQ person meets another single and gets past the phase described by Eydam as “is she gay, is he gay, is it going to happen?

“It feels nice liking who I like.” Lindsay Hamilton, a senior rhetoric major at Georgia College and State University, drove up to Athens from her home in Milledgeville Saturday morning for one reason: to attend the 2017 Connect Conference, hosted by the University of Georgia’s LGBT Resource Center.