Sometimes she says it sitting across from me in a coffee shop.
Why do straight women think being a lesbian is easier?
Sometimes she sends it via text message. Sometimes it's uttered over a teary post-breakup phone call, and it's a different friend, but my response is fairly consistent: For a long time my gut reaction was to be on the defensive: What does she mean she was she were a lesbian? We're wish a struggle for equality for respect and safety. Just because we share pinay celebrity nude picture and paint each other's toenails doesn't mean our relationship is perfect.
'Sometimes I Wish I Was a Lesbian...'
We understand each other. It's a fall back to the old stereotypes, the old rules of the world, and a lesbian society's definitions of people, judging us not on our insides but on our genitals, the assumption of how we're supposed to act, feel and respond to one another based on sex and gender.
It's outdated, antiquated and safe.
It gives us excuses not only for the behaviors of others but for our own. Women and men aren't destined to misunderstand each other's signals; nothing in our biology creates an inherent disconnect between lovers.