As a corollary you can always find a place which will accept you and satisfy your need to belong, if you are willing to lie to the group, and support its communal self-deception and amour propre. You can tell a group that runs on self-deception by how intent it is on policing language and guarding against offense. If a group announces that offense is a crime, they send the message: we do not want truth here.
And yet — should we not regard this puritanical commitment to truth at the cost of love and human community with a certain skepticism? One of the uses of language is to form larger wholes out of smaller atoms, or perhaps more accurately, are not the individual human atoms ontologically posterior to a whole that is formed from human practices, linguistic and otherwise, that are deeper than true or false because without them we cannot have the practices of calling something true or false?
A philosopher once said “Nobody can offend me. Because what he says is either true in which case I thank him, or false in which case I ignore him” whereupon his interlocutor slapped him in the face. The philosopher, if he is to stick to his position must make a profound withdrawal from human commonality with his slapping dialogue-mate. Otherwise if he slaps back or forgives he has asserted the fundamental bond.
You can find human bandmates who will trade trust for lying. Even better is to find a human bond strong enough for any truth. If you find that you have found something better than a lover, you have found a fellow-adventurer. The truest duty of a friend is reproof.