I just joined this site, so I'm not really sure how things work around here, but I suppose a nice little situation synopsis would be a decent way to start. I'm heading off to boarding school in a couple months. It's a very nice school, relatively liberal, and the people are insanely friendly. My main worry is how to approach my sexuality. I'm lesbian,
Information about me:
-I love musicals
-I love singing
-At a young age, I wanted to be a ballerina and an ice skater (still true now)
-I love the color pink (baby blue's pretty good too)
-Dancing is really fun
-I like dressing up
-There are a lot of shoes in my closet
-My favorite kind of alcoholic drinks are fruity
-I <3 playing volleyball
-I, for some reason, have a British accent even though I was born in the U.S.
-I love being barefoot
-I like coffee and tea ("i like my men like i like my coffee: black and rich XD ) (this isn't my quote btw)
I've always been more feminine.
And because of that, I'm apparently "Gay"
I know I am, but I don't think that being feminine makes someone gay.
School REALLY sucks for me.
I went prom dress shopping to a popular mall today.Me and my couzin sister[around 22] felt really hungry,so we rushed to the food court.
I stood there,in the line for my turn at Mc Donalds,and suddenly,the hetrosexuality of this society emerged.
Everybody seems so unaware of this typical way of living. so unconscious by the fact that there MIGHT be lesbians or gays around.
We all know that there is a stereotype about GLBQT people that they act like the opposite gender. I know that this is true for me but I don't know if it is true for anyone else or if homosexuality has anything to do with gender identity. So is this a myth or is it true?
I became a member of gay.com today for no particular reason other than I was bored, and premium membership is free at the moment. And I've been a member of Gaydar for quite awhile. Flicking through the pages it got me thinking about the problem of promiscuity in the gay community, as it's one of the criticisms the right-wingers like to put out there.
So the provintial ELA exam's topic this semester was "Codes". When I first saw it I nearly burst out laughing thinking "WTF!?" cuz' I can tell you write now that half the people in the room automatically snapped and said, "Da Vinci Code!"