You might even start a queer women’s club to find girls, throw parties with said girls, and then remain on the scene with those girls despite no longer attending the school.
You might be an outspoken ally – until you are an outspoken homo.
Unfortunately, not every school in the whole wide world is included, and we’re aware that if your school is not in this post, that you are gonna lose your shit in the comments, so let’s address that right away. We set our max number of schools in this post to 40 as anything over that is really unwieldy and could possibly spiral into a -size situation.
We had a list of schools we wanted covered due to their high scores on the Campus Pride Index and/or their sapphic reputations.
You may even find yourself trying to hook up with a girl at a party that a bunch of your friends, since all your friends are gay, too, end up having feelings for. New York, NY By Lily, AS Writer/Lily’s College Lesbianage Student Population: 2,360 Tuition: ,868 (plus ,950 room and board) Acceptance Rate: 28% Barnard College is a strange place.
This is the campus where “give no fucks” went from being a small joke to a school’s mantra. This is not to say that I don’t love it—it may have taken me awhile to get used to but I do love it.
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The more time I spend at Barnard the more I realize that everyone is gay.
For a while I truly did feel that Barnard was an incredibly straight women’s college—it does contain a rather “feminizing” force—but then I started actually meeting people (I’m slow, socially).
Washington, DC by Carmen, AS Contributing Editor Student Population: 6,657 undergraduate, 3,620 graduate Tuition: ,554 (plus ,108 housing) Acceptance Rate: 41% (2011) My only insider advice on American University is: wait it out. But let’s just look at this neatly-compiled list of Things Making AU So Gay: Queers and Allies, the gay club, has a Queer Women’s Advocacy Committee, meaning you can find all the cute girls within the first week of school. And someone is going to say they “just like people,” at least once.
Not one, but two Autostraddle writers have attended AU. At AU, all kinds of queer girl experiences are rampant.