From elementary to high school, I attended a Catholic all-girls school where no one really looked down on same-sex relationships, except for most members of the faculty and administration. Being a homosexual wasn’t a cause for bullying between students. In fact, we were actually pretty vocal with each other about liking other girls.
Being low-key about my identity as a femme lesbian, I didn’t really attract a lot of attention. Most of my teachers really liked me. I had the luxury of comfortably being in and out of the closet. I was never pressured to figure out who I was or to explain myself to anyone. I was able to come to terms with my sexuality at my own pace.
This is not the same experience for all lesbians though, most especially the butch lesbians. There was a tendency for them to be singled out for looking more masculine than the rest.