baby's first gsa meeting!

clarice123's picture

cool cool cool cool cool cool.

i kinda went to a gsa meeting. like half of one. it was interesting, to say the least. we talked about the Lawrence King tragedy, i was glad to have already read the article on oasis, because if i hadn't, i probably would have started to cry. i have to admit it, i didn't really like it. i didn't really feel like i fit in. everyone there seemed so sure of themselves (and their identities). but, since it was only my first, i could be mistaken.

in other news, i had a little chit chat about sexual identity with two of my friends. and it was rather refreshing. i'm still sticking with the no labels thing, but talking about who and what i'm attracted to made me feel as if a weight was lifted off my chest.

also, i'm craving attention. of the sexual variety.
this is bad.
because when i'm horny, i turn into a whore.
oh well. we shall see what will come of this.

much love.


ReinbowGrl's picture

Hey! we talked abou Laurence

Hey! we talked abou Laurence King at my GSA meeting today too!

- - -
Pronouns make it hard to keep our sexual orientation a secret when our co-workers ask about your weekend.
- I had a GREAT time with...them.
Yay, now they don't think you're queer, just a slut!

the mouse that roared's picture

It takes time to become

It takes time to become certain of yourself, whether or not it has anything to do with being a sexual minority. Don't feel pressure to know who you are and have an identity all at once. I didn't really start feeling even slightly grounded in my sexuality till college, and I still am having a minor identity crisis, so there you go. Don't stress or be too deterred. Everyone's probably not as certain as you think or they act.

No one has a right to sit down and feel hopeless; there is too much work to do.--Dorothy Day