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These younger guys were the ones they liked in college, so now they pursue people who they have sentimental feelings for.
They don’t have as much of a head on their shoulders as my generation or the younger generation.” – Mike*“I identify as queer or bisexual, but I prefer queer because it has more to do with my politics than my sexuality.
) jealous to the point where he came out; the closet case who kissed girls whenever I was in the same room as him; the Republican who bought me a travel-sized bottle of Fireball as a courtship gift and then later went to rehab for abusing said alcohol.
Everyone I dated — excuse me, hooked up with — wanted one thing: fun.
Needless to say I cannot wait until I graduate and move into a closet-sized apartment in a big city — a real city, sorry Iowa — where the number of gay men rivals the number of Starbucks.” – Peter*“Just because of studies, I haven’t pursued dating as much as hooking up.
I like going to bars and clubs with friends, but the majority of the people you meet in a bar want something more casual.
It seems that for many students who identify as queer, connecting with their LGBTQ centers on campus, interest groups, and online dating apps are the ways they're seeking out and finding others to go on dates with.As a bisexual person, and as a college woman, you tell people you’re bisexual they’re immediately like, “it’s a phase” but there are also straight girls who want to experiment, and they just toy with your feelings.I wasn’t out until I went to college, and I had all of these insecurities because everyone has girl crushes, right?Last month’s pieces focused on heterosexual students, so we tried to figure out if there were similar campus trends affecting the LGBTQ community.
While there was quantifiable data about heterosexual behaviors, there haven’t been similarly sized studies done on LGBTQ students’ habits.If I’m in a space, and women know I’ve been with guys, they think I’ll leave them for a guy.