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Nov. 19th, 2001 | 01:15 am
mood: lonelylonely

I just felt like whining about how I never get to meet available and interesting queer women. (and for me being poly takes the person out of the available category.)

Tongith at dinner some people talked about their relationships and dating and other people hooking up as pre-frosh and getting married their senior year.

I feel lonely, and that my chances of being in a situation where I can get get sufficiently comfortable with someone to ever have a date is slightly worse than say me quantum tunneling through the chair I'm sitting on.

I should quit thinking about this and go write code or something.


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from: solri
date: Nov. 20th, 2001 05:10 am (UTC)

Either campus life has changed since the early 80's, or we see through different, though equally dark, glasses. When I was a student, the campus seemed full-to-bursting with available and monogamous queer women (except we weren't allowed to say "queer" in those days). Only problem was that I was looking for availably poly women (except the word "poly" meant "polytechnic" then).

Write code. It's easier to debug and gains you more status.

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from: alienghic
date: Nov. 21st, 2001 12:24 am (UTC)

It all depends on what school you're at. I'm at caltech, the undergrad student body is about 800 people, of which probably about 35-40% are women and only some small fraction are queer. The grad students tend to be pretty invisible, trapped in their labs.

But true, I do tend to see these things through a pretty pessimistic filter.

Hmm... sounds like code is the better choice.

If only laptops were huggable.

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