Your School & Sexual Orientation

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Your School & Sexual Orientation

Post by Sam! » Tue Jun 03, 2008 1:28 am

I am curious to know what people's particular school situations are like.



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Post by mommieof2 » Wed Jul 23, 2008 2:51 am

hhmm well im not in school anymore. But everyone there excepted it. Two of my friends were lesbian and showed public affection all the time. No one seemed to care except the administrators ofcourse. "public affection isnt allowed on premises" It's just such a common thing for girls to be "bi" nowadays i really dont think it phases many people anymore.

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Post by FranklinF » Wed Jul 23, 2008 12:00 pm

well i am out of hs but when i was people seemed to be ok with it, the gay guy was super popular,
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Post by Ingenuity » Fri Jul 25, 2008 2:38 pm

well, I was only 1/2 ish out. How to explain. I
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Post by Ingenuity » Fri Jul 25, 2008 2:43 pm

never gave people straight answers. They'd ask if I was gay and I'd say no because technically I'm not, I'm bi, and if they asked if I was bi, I would always answer in a different way, sometimes sarcastic, sometimes in a "duh that's obvious" tone. So I kept people confused. It was obvious to some what I was doing, and none of them ever said anything to the others, so I assume they were fine with it, but the ones who discussed it among themselves, I think they felt slightly uncomfortable. A lot of the girls at my high school were bi or lesbians, and most people seemed gay friendly, so the homophobic people kept it to themselves, being outnumbered and all.
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