Hi Taylor! I don't think you have anything to worry about, in general Northern Germany is more accepting than Southern Germany when it comes to LGBTQ+ people. My friend is a transguy and lives in Hamburg, and he says that everyone's really accepting and getting therapy is easy and effortless, and the medical staff is really empathetic. So I'd say that people are quite accepting! Of course there are always people who are conservative and don't understand different sexualities/gender identities, but those people are not worth dealing with (they are ignorant and mostly old cranky people). Leipzig is a big city with a growing diversity of people. :) We'll all be fine. When it comes to uni, I believe that everyone's accepting since we are all young enthusiastic and so diverse there from different countries and backgrounds. Even if you look queer, people won't probably treat you any different! If you want to talk more about this and need support, DM me!Hey people, I got into this program, and I know this isn't physics related, but one of the things that has been stressing me out was that I've been wondering what the attitude towards LGBTQ+ people is in Leipzig... its one of the things that I've been most hesitant about. I'm from a very liberal part of Canada and I'm just kind of concerned about the change of environment. If anyone knows anything about this or has any additional information I'd really appreciate it. Hope to see you all in October!