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Definitely a lesbian and queer population at Wellesley. The scene is pretty visible. I can't really guesstimate because so many queers here may not fit the stereotypical "queer" image.
Most people are definitely comfortable many outspoken about there sexuality which expands beyond lesbianism
here's a good fb page https://www.facebook.com/WellesleyCollegeLgbtProgramsServicesOffice?fref=ts
I mean it's a women's college- gals are going to feel safer expressing themselves and exploring. Guys are kinda far and few between, which leads a good deal of ladies to experiment.
lesbians freak me out. is it going to be a problem?
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Written by Lauren Foster
While resisting the request to sum up the cool quotient of their fellow students, Wellesley women did not hold back on their critiques of the area men. The dating pool tends to be guys from Boston-area schools, so there's a range. Wellesley even has a T-shirt that sums up the common opinion of MIT guys: "MIT: where the odds are good, but the goods are odd." Wellesley women also date men from Harvard, BC, BU, Northeastern, Berklee (music school), Babson, or any number of the dozens of schools in the area.
Wellesley has bois (transgender students), but no boys. The girls run the gamut from frumpy to gorgeous, but on the whole, they are smart, and this wins them serious points. They also tend to be passionate, which is excellent, although too much earnestness can get grating. Lesbians seem to be happy with the dating pool, and heterosexuals seem thrilled with the friends they've made.
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