You could just literally shout for a tampon and it lands on your lap like a gift from heaven. What I hate? The common misconception that we are all lesbians.
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I went to an all boys catholic school. It was pretty gay. Guy cheerleaders, all guys plays etc.
We never thought that we are all lesbians in the girls school. We thought just the opposite. If we had the day off & the girls school didn't we go by there. They all flocked to the windows like caged heat.1
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I was in a mixed elementary school, but I went to an all-girls high school. Well, as you said I don't like when people assume most girls there are lesbians. I rarely saw lesbians in that school. Also, one of the cons I felt after graduating and going to university is that I and many of my friends & colleagues from that school were shy and found it awkward to talk with guys in the university at beginning. You know like you feel how should I start talking? Why do I even have to talk/work with them? It became very evident especially when we had group activities. I gradually got accustomed to it though. Now, I understand that having guy friends is a cool experience too. ^-^
Pros? I like how girls can just be themselves in that school and how sometimes they become crazy and show all sides of their personalities. From girlie cute personalities to boyish cool ones lol. Some who feel awkward around guys are actually really outgoing and crazy around girls. I liked also how we all can talk those girlie talks all the time and feel everybody understands.
I noticed, except for talking with boys, girls in all-girls school develop self-confidence and leadership skills. They do better in math and science classes because usually in mixed schools, gender differences become more prominent, and you will find more girls who are like, "uh nah, engineering is for boys." In my school, since girls got education especially tailored from their learning style, I found more girls interested in sciences and math and more girls got encouraged to go for engineering and variety of majors which are not typical for girls.2