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11 Things Women's College Graduates Are Tired Of Hearing

"What was it like going to a girl's school?"

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1. "Girl's School"

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It really is "women's college" and no, it's not the same thing. We 1) went to an institution of higher learning and 2) are grown.

2. "It must've been hard - aren't women, like, super catty?"

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No, but your gender stereotypes make me want to punch you in the face.

3. "I don't know how you did it - I get along SO MUCH BETTER with men."

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Good for you. Have fun with your internalized misogyny.

4. "Where do you meet boys?"

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Parties, local events, through friends, some classes, in the dining hall, in the city, at off-campus events. Pretty much anywhere you would meet boys. (FYI, there are typically people who identify as men or genderqueer at women's colleges.)

5. "Don't you miss the male perspective?"

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Well, since most of us have access to television, the Internet, and books, and generally exist in modern society, that would literally be impossible.

6. "So, is it hard to talk to guys now?"

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Okay, seriously? We went to a different college, not a different planet.

7. "Do you hate men?"

No, but I'm starting to hate you.

8. "[blah blah blah blah] men?"

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Yeah, see, this whole "focusing on men" thing is why we went to a women's college.

9. "Are you all lesbians?"

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No.

10. "....really?"

The better question might be, "Ballpark, what percentage of you have engaged in lesbian activities, such as making out, having sex, falling in love, pretending you're not in love, crying on your best friend's floor at 2 in the morning [in the off chance the person you're crying over is not your best friend] and fighting for the will to live because fucking women, man."

11. "So, what, is it, like, a 'feminist' school?"

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No.

But, if by "feminist" you mean a place where women are encouraged and expected to reach their fullest educational potential and treated as valued humans who can and should contribute meaningfully to society beyond the proportions of their body or their ability to reproduce, then......yes.

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