研究者以深入訪談與參與觀察的方式，訪問八位大學女同志受訪者，有以下的研究發現： 一. 不同的現身態度會影響女同志住所的選擇，現身態度可區分為： 1. 完全隱身 2. 部分現身/隱身 3. 完全現身 4. 曖昧不明 二. 在不同的空間場域中女同志會有差別的現身的態度。 三. 大學女同志所擁有的各式資本越多使得其生活風格的展演上會有更多的舞台。 四. 女同志在不同的窩中會有差異的生活風格，可以歸納出三種類型： 1. 居住在原生家庭的窩---複雜簡單型 2. 居住在校舍的窩---移居過客型 3. 居住在外宿的窩---開放保護型 五. 女同志不一定會喜歡與圈內人居住在同一空間中，因為這樣會更顯封閉性，與異性戀比鄰反而能擁有個體獨立性。 This research addresses the issue of how different spaces of accommodation influence the life style of university lesbians. Will lesbians who live separate from their family get more freedom than those who live together with their family? Are lesbians who live in university dormitory still under constant surveillance although they live separate from their family? Data consists of personal observations and in-depth interviews with eight university lesbians. The findings of this research are: Firstly, different attitudes toward “come out” will influence the university lesbians to choose the place of their residence. These attitudes can be divided into four types: 1. Totally hide, 2. Partly come out and partly hide, 3. Totally come out, and 4. Ambiguous and unidentified. Secondly, the university lesbians in this research have different attitudes toward “come out” in different places. Thirdly, the university lesbians usually have different self-performing strategies and know how to use them because of their various cultural capitals. Fourthly, the university lesbians have different life styles in different places of residence. In this research three types of life styles can be identified: 1. Living in original family -- Simple living type 2. Living in university dormitory -- “ Living in temporality” type 3. Living in privately rented student dwellings – “Open to everyone” type Finally, university lesbians are willing to live together with heterosexuals in comparison with lesbians because the formers will let them feel more independent.