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There’s also No Heter Ox, an Oxford Facebook group and zine which focuses on Oxford Queer and Trans voices, which is definitely worth joining even before you get here. Even if there aren’t many that you like at your college, there are plenty across the university. A lot of people can only picture Oxford as straight, white and Establishment – and yeah, some people are like that.), but the genuinely terrifying build-up to perhaps the most anti-climatic week of your life. If you’ve made enough effort to click on this article, then you’ll have seen the title and realise that I’m not talking to everybody. There are plenty of articles dealing with how straight couples will gyrate against the side of some of Oxford’s many burger vans on their way back from a mediocre night at Bridge (one of Oxford’s less classy nightclubs – and you will end up there on a Thursday night some time in your first year). Obviously, I’m not able to represent everybody’s opinions and experiences, so read this bearing in mind that I’m a cis gay man and there are probably Oxford LGTBQ folks out there who would have written a totally different article.BTW: if you haven’t learnt what cis means from your sixth form college *look it up…* But seriously, I had literally no idea what to expect from the gay scene in Oxford. Some of you guys will have a great Freshers, and some won’t, so don’t worry if you spend most of your first week panicking about getting lost around the Rad Cam and failing to become best buddies with your next door neighbours. If you’re into clubbing, then Freshers’ week is going to involve some serious exploration of the best (and worst) Oxford has to offer in the form of nightlife.Before the Internet came along and swept us all off of our feet, we were stuck with using either clumsy and clunky telephone dating services or posting coy personal ads in local nespapers, or meat market magazines.
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