Is this suburb LGBT friendly? Would a same-sex couple be welcome in the community?

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Of course you would be accepted I have heaps of gay friends and besides who cares what anyone else thinks as long as you and your partner are happy and love each other then that's all that matters. Besides, If people are going to judge &/or not accept you because your LGB or T then they are not worth getting to know anyway... People shouldn't be so judgey, It's actually really sad that there's still such narrow minded people out there who aren't accepting of this kind of thing yet, like how there's still racism in this world too... We all bleed the same blood and come from the same seed no matter what colour our skin is or what our gender preferences are-we all need to stop hating and start loving each other and accepting people for who they are not who society says they should be. That's my advice anyway lol. Hope it helps you

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