Refugee in Belgium

There are always people who are against homosexuality whether they are black or white. The problem is that it's difficult to mix people from LGBTQIA+ communities with people who are not in centres because they don't understand each other. It's not easy when I want to talk to men because I have to isolate myself from others to avoid suspicion and intimidation. Even when I come to the Rainbow House, I meet people from the centre and I have to go out of my way so that they don't understand that I'm coming to a Rainbow House. If I was in a centre for LGBTQIA+ people, I would feel safee and I could be quiet. It would be nice to finally be able to live in a place that doesn't force me to hide who I am.