Im here-I'm queer- New to Oasis Introduction

goodnightsupergirl's picture

Hello! I'm new to Oasis so here's an introduction: , I'm a lesbian. I knew the way I felt about other girls wwas different from the way they felt, but I guess it made sense last year when I had my first big, tragic crush on a girl from my soccer team. She was the first girl I wanted to.. umm.. frolic with.. (frolic is such a fun word!), but, unfortunately she was a crack-whore (pardon the language), and straight at that! Also a senior, she moved and I'll never see her again. This year I'm an exchange student in Germany, which is awesome! I don't know very much German so school''s tough and a little lonely, but for the most part people are nice to me. And there's this really cute girl who sits near me in Chemistry and Latin and helps me out... :) but I generally try to avoid crushing on girls who don't speak my language, and, well I'm 99.99% over the soccer girl but, still.. I'd rather not repeat it all on a different continent. That's all for now!


goodnightsupergirl's picture

New to Oasis

I'm here. I'm queer.

lonewolf678's picture


Welcome to Oasis Journals! I hope you'll excuse the current inactivity on the website, usually this site really gets going around the evening or night. I hope you enjoy your time here. :-)

radiosilence95's picture

Welcome. An exchange student

Welcome. An exchange student in Germany? I speak a bit of German, but not very well. Germany must be a fascinating place.

MacAvity's picture


Welcome to Oasis! I like your username....

Dracofangxxx's picture

Wussuppp, welcome :P

The name's Shelby :] feel free to PM me if you need advice or someone to chat with!
That's redick!

swimmerguy's picture

In Germany?

goodnightsupergirl's picture


interesting link, by the way... :)

elph's picture

Go for it swimmer(piano)guy!

Apply! You can do it!


elph's picture

This is absolutely great!

What do you feel helped you the most in gaining your scholarship?

In your application... were you totally open in acknowledging your orientation?

goodnightsupergirl's picture


My sexual orientation never came up in the application, but at my interview and at the language camp for those of us accepted, there were quite a few other students who were open about there sexuality, so I felt very safe and accepted!
To be honest, I feel that honesty was the best part of my application and interview. I was, of course, nervous when it came to my interview, but I tried to put that aside/ turn it into a positive attitude and have a sense of humor. Most of all I just tried to be myself, because leaving America for a year is a big step and it was important for me to not only make sure that I was a good fit for the program, but also, it was a good fit for me... sorry that was so long...