Everyone says that high school relationships never last past graduation, which is literally the last thing you want to hear as you clutch bae’s hand and make promises to each other that you’ll make it through college together. Just because everyone says it doesn’t mean it’s true.It possible for relationships to last past high school, into college, and maybe even after college…They broke up a bit, dated other people at the suggestion of their parents, but stayed in close touch.
As you know, I didn’t have even a slight high school romance, but I was able to deduce a few things that make it work after graduation, through college, and in to the rest of your life – tbh, most of it is being honest and communication, just like any other relationship situation. If you’re committed to having your relationship last, I’m all for it.I eventually found refuge in a queer tinder match and even just that stunted coming out conversation with a stranger helped me beyond measure."— Kiegin Evertz, Facebook "I also wish that I knew that it was okay to talk to your partner if something about sex didn't feel good.I was young and confused, and having good sex with people that had a penis wasn't really what I was expecting.Back in those days the only out queer women tended to have a more masculine style, so I felt I was just confused because I didn't have the same appearance or style sense as them.Students carrying over high school relationships into college may be bucking the odds, but it hasn’t stopped them from trying.