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    Well, I identify as pansexual (bi if you'd like to over-simplify it) and I studied screenwriting then switched to science.

    My "gay friends" academic interests cover anything from the stereotypical acting to computer programming to medicine etc.*
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    STEM.


    A lot of these science guys have never had girlfriends.
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Performing arts, nursing (gay men)
    I am a (gay) male student nurse, and I must admit there are far more straight people than you'd think in the profession. Many are mature students, fathers married with like 3 kids.
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    (Original post by gaofto)
    Freud says all were born bi
    I'm a strong believer of that too. It's society that teachers us social norms and proverbly 'knocks' the gay out of us. Gays are basically people that say **** you society, I like ****. Deal with it.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Every degree that isn't STEM, Economics or Law is pretty ****ing gay.
    Where did you come up with that ridiculous assumption?
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    (Original post by lw8)
    I'm a strong believer of that too. It's society that teachers us social norms and proverbly 'knocks' the gay out of us. Gays are basically people that say **** you society, I like ****. Deal with it.
    even women have cocks=clitoris
    - Freud

    So.... we all like cocks
    Admit it
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    I'm gay and study biology, my course is very lgbt-dominated. My boyfriend studies history, in my experience the most popular subjects for gay people seem to be biology, drama/dance, English literature and graphic design.
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    (Original post by UWS)
    I thought this was gonna be another one of those non-STEM degree bashing threads.
    LOL same


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