College lesbians

Duration: 15min 31sec Views: 496 Submitted: 16.03.2021
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Confessions of a college lesbian

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As August draws to a close and September beckons on the horizon, many young women of the gay persuasion will be heading off to college — perhaps you are one of those young women. Or perhaps some of you young saplings are beginning your senior years of high school and considering which colleges to apply to, in which case holy shit you are young, what are you doing here. We posted the list of schools we still needed coverage for in a post and many of you volunteered to cover them or asked us if we could cover your non-listed school. In any event, this is not a perfect science. Especially Sarah Lawrence. How did we not find one single volunteer from Sarah Lawrence?

Lesbian until graduation

The confined, secluded space of higher learning enables us, ever so briefly, to embark on flights of fancy without the very real repercussions that await out there, in the real world. In the faux universe of the ivory tower, idealism grows unchallenged by reality, and experimentation is encouraged and protected. The brash, bright hetero girl plunges into the netherworld of girl-girl romance, only to emerge years later, diploma in hand, straight as a ruler for the remainder of her days. Call me a BUG bisexual until graduation. She was the editor of the university newspaper, and I was her star columnist.
The LGBT slang terms lesbian until graduation LUG , [1] gay until graduation GUG , and bisexual until graduation BUG are used to describe women primarily of high school or college age who are assumed to be experimenting with or adopting a temporary lesbian or bisexual identity. The term suggests that the woman to whom it is applied will ultimately adopt a strictly heterosexual identity. In a article in the Seattle Weekly , A. Davis related her experimentation with same-sex relationships , and how as a result, she experienced hostility from lesbian friends who pressured her to identify as a bisexual , including one friend who urged her to do so as a political statement, despite the fact that Davis identifies as a heterosexual who merely experimented with women for a brief period.