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“You have to go to a gay safe space to meet queer people and make sure they’re okay with being out and being approached in a queer way.”Eydam, who studies animal science, came to terms with her sexuality in high school but her dating options back then were different from what they are now.
She describes finding LGBTQ people at UGA as “hard, but not too hard.” “You get to meet a lot more people here when you come from a smaller area, or even a suburban area,” Eydam said.