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You Didn’t Know? I’m Super Gay.

You Didn’t Know? I’m Super Gay.

In my last post, I mentioned how struck I was when Jodie Foster mentioned that she didn’t expect to have to come out over and over again every time she met a new person.  All I can say is: When you’re still in the closet (also, I kind of hate that term now that I’ve … Continue reading

Gay Rights Advocate… Or Looking For a Threesome?

Gay Rights Advocate… Or Looking For a Threesome?

Last week was my friend’s 21st birthday. In order to celebrate properly, we had to hit the bars. At our first stop, we meet this guy with a chin strap, who immediately starts talking to our friend. Of course saying “I’m taken” doesn’t deter Chin Strap Man (CSM), so she restates that she’s taken- and has a … Continue reading

Ignorant Shit #2: [NSFW]

Ignorant Shit #2: [NSFW]

It’s about that time again! There’s a couple questions that I get that are typically grouped together, and I really wanted to talk about them.  I’m talking, of course, about questions regarding lesbian sex. Well THAT got your attention, didn’t it? I was going to touch on this eventually anyways, but then I came across this … Continue reading

Ignorant Shit People Ask Me #1

As a lesbian, especially a femme, I get asked a lot of stupid things. Not that all lesbians don’t get stupid shit said to them, I just get a special type of ignorance thrust upon me, just like I know many more butch lesbians get their own. So I decided to start a little segment … Continue reading

Gay In The Workplace, My Graduation Fears

Gay In The Workplace, My Graduation Fears

I only have 7 weeks left until I’m shoved out into the real world.  As you hopefully know, I’m really gunning for this LGBT blogger position at Buzzfeed.  If you don’t know that, click on that link you just read past, and please, please, please help me out.  There are all the bribes involved. Anyways, … Continue reading

I’m Super Awkward.

I’m Super Awkward.

So I’m taking this class called “Interracial- Intercultural Communication” and it’s really interesting.  Half of the students are here studying abroad from varying Asian countries (mostly China, Japan, & Korea), so I get to talk to people every week that I normally wouldn’t get the chance to- FSU is not very diverse.  But today I … Continue reading