Every week, we collect anonymous entries sent in using the link on our sidebar and post them all on Monday. We post anything as long as it doesn't contain personal attacks or hate speech. Feel free to submit your thoughts and questions :)
So rush is finally over, which makes me so happy. This is consistently just the most self-serious and arduous process filled with stress over whether you said goodbye to every person at Trivia Night after Skiing in Paris or something. I would also imagine that not getting a bid anywhere is kind of a frustrating blow to one's confidence that nobody who is taking more than zero classes at Duke needs. But whatever! I am clearly a jaded, introverted 80 year old that will go back to watching 60 Minutes (Andy Rooney *swoon*) while eating Butter Pecan ice cream and sitting with All The Cats Ever.
Anyhow! A project that we're working on for The Center/BDU is to get albums of events posted on our Facebook pages/websites. We want to make sure that there are only photos of people who are comfortable being pictured at LGBT events, though, so we're having people sign off on a release of sorts. Send me a quick email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're okay with photos of you going up and I'll add you to the list :)
Aaaand don't forget that today (from 3-4) women-identified students are invited to The Center to watch the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Anonymous posts, y'all.
Everyone should read this. (link)
Some inner turmoil...
I've been out as bi since April of my junior year in high school. I am now a freshman in college. Yet, I have only talked to my mom twice about this (and hardly at all either time) and not at all to my dad. all my best high school friends know and a few of my new college friends. Is this really "out"?
After I first came out I felt immensely relieved, as if a weight had been lifted off of me. But now, I more often doubt myself. I think, "i haven't been into a girl recently. maybe I just THOUGHT I was bi" and then two days later its "wow that girl... i just wanna...". So I'm confused. I wonder if this is normal for people who identify as bi. Do you really feel "bi" or do sometimes you like women and sometimes you like men?
I think I never feel "bi". I don't know what that it is. I just am attracted to men one minute and women the next.
I think I should go to women loving women dinner but im scared and i keep missing it.
What do you think about this? I'm now boycotting Chick-Fil-A and I'm thinking we should make this (link) happen at Duke.