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It's really scary to me that people are so invested in making lesbians accept attraction to males into our sexuality. These people legitimately think they're helping spread awareness/acceptance, and think its problematic for us to be frightened by this behavior... I just really want to thank you for putting so much energy into fighting back.
(i hope its okay that i post this publicly because i think the first part of your message is extremely important)
Its funny isnt it, that the one sexuality that excludes men completely is the one that people are trying to redefine to include men.
how do people go through life without realizing that the assumption that all women are attracted to men is misogynistic
As a lesbian I have always been hyper conscious of my physical presence around my close straight female friends.
I have this internal conception that in order to maintain very close platonic female friendships I have to be very restrictive of my physical nature so as to not make my friends uncomfortable. Hyperaware and over-critical at all times. And because female friends are my preference for friends, this leaves me in a near constant state of touch restriction and deprivation
This has consequently expanded to encompass most all of my physical expression. I’m fearful of playful, friendly, and platonic touch, and this fear leaks into my romantic life by making romantic touch (the only touch I permit myself) seem high stakes and tumultuous.
Has anyone else experienced this?
THIS STRANGER JUST OPENED MY FRONT DOOR PETTED MY DOG SAW ME AND LEFT
i just met my step-brother for the first time
Imagine waking up to your icon sitting on top of you leaning in close to your face with their current expression
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