The lesbianagettes are as busy as ever. This time, they’ve got rugby, crazy weather, trips to new york, and a bunch of pictures from Halloween parties.
On our first day, the Professor stepped onto the floor of the auditorium and said, “Raise your hand if you had sex last night!”
“Sure, my gay studies were fairly superficial and not very diverse at all. But until I left town, my world was the opposite of diverse, and what teenager isn’t at least a bit shallow?”
Ever wonder what that teacher was thinking? How they handled being out at work? Or did you wish they were more out and outspoken? Here are three real-life queer teachers to give you a peek inside their teacher-brains!
The lesbianagettes are feathering their nests for winter with friends, activities and lady loves.
Perhaps you picture fraternities and sororities like Animal House or the House Bunny, but here’s a life lesson: life and movies often do not resemble one another.
Settling into dorms and classes, going to parties and finding first girlfriends! Our Lesbianagettes have a lot to share with you about their first few weeks of college.
In which we follow six fresh-faced freshmen through their very first year of higher education.
WHAT? I’M NOT NERVOUS ABOUT TAKING THE GRE TOMORROW. I’M NOT!
We’re accepting submissions for our next theme, SCHOOLED.
Katrina’s Team Pick: “The conversation about student debt is a conversation that everyone who’s in school should be having.”
What if you get to college and your roommates are really homophobic?
35% of you are going back to college or starting a new college right this very minute! How’s that working out for you? Have you made out with a cute girl? Cried in your dorm? All feelings welcome! We’ll be here all week!
At this rate, banks and the government will own everyone’s first born children.
Queer girls from 40 different schools give you the uncensored scoop on what it feels like for a gay lady on their campus — from hookup culture to dyke parties to activism and academics.
So you’re going to your first semester at college! Do you have to come out to your roommate?
Unaccomplished Goal For Summer #4: Write a screenplay about a 20 year-old girl who realizes that her life long dream of becoming a child/teen star will never be realized. Call it “That’s Not So Raven”.
“Here is the thing about my tonsil doctor: He doubles as a plastic surgeon because I am from Palm Beach and that’s just how we roll down there.”
Lily has done a lot since the last time she wrote this article: she turned 20, changed her major, pretended to be Mariah Carey, attended the red carpet of the GLAAD Media Awards, and formed a Mandy Moore cover-band (kind-of).
“Also, my brother has a haircut that makes him look like a lesbian. He looks like a lesbian who looks like Justin Bieber. It’s pretty exciting.”
From one in-between half-adult trying to figure out “the real world” to another, here are ten steps to coping with being a college dropout.