Everybody Loves a Lesbian!!

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    Jan 30, 2013 2:19 AM GMT
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    Jan 30, 2013 4:03 AM GMT
    What's not to love? They meet cuter than us.

    Example: At a gay dinner party I met long term friends of the male hosts, a classic butch/femme lesbian couple in their early '50s, and asked how they met. Girlfriends in high school, the femmes mother married her daughter at 17 off to a man to break them up. A year into the marriage, unhappy and 8 months pregnant, the butch motorcycled up to her house and literally rode her off into the sunset, where they remained coupled to that day, grandmothers. I looked right at the butch, said "that's the most romantic thing I've ever heard in my life, you're my hero," and the hosts complained that this was the first they heard of that story. I shrugged my shoulders and said "I just have one of those faces."

    Love me my lesbians!
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    Jan 30, 2013 4:05 AM GMT
    Butch! icon_surprised.gif
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    Jan 30, 2013 10:51 AM GMT
    cute story eagermuscle
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    Jan 30, 2013 11:00 AM GMT
    i do icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 30, 2013 11:56 AM GMT
    They're human like the rest of us, but in the main, I do love the Lesbians.

    The few lesbian freinds I have in my life are caring, open and honest, love animals and children, will do anything for someone in need and have a really strong sense of community.

    They're not afraid to feel connected to the land, or to explore their spirit, hug trees or do the right thing for the environment.

    I wish there were men like them to be honest..
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    Jan 30, 2013 12:03 PM GMT
    Meh, don't give them much thought or interact with many (except for my hubby's wife - long story), but on the whole their fashion sense sucks.
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    Jan 30, 2013 1:28 PM GMT
    eagermuscle saidI looked right at the butch...

    Reminds me of a habit my partner has, which I attribute to his older generation. Last Saturday evening we had a lesbian couple over for dinner at our place. And he was regaling them with stories of his youth in Boston, when he had many lesbian friends.

    (Still does, and some of them stay at our place when they visit South Florida. And during our last visit to Boston we went to dinner with 6 of them, a lovely "reunion" for him)

    So anyway, he kept saying things like "... and then my butch and me went to this bar..." and "...this guy was giving me a hard time, until my butch came over and scared him away."

    I could see our guests squirming a little at this, and in the kitchen I told him to drop the "my butch" references, sounding like he had a lesbian pit bull for a pet. This couple is just approaching 50, a different generation, not sure they like being labeled in that manner.

    It's not the first time he's said things like that to lesbians that raised eyebrows, but I can't get him to change his ways. Because he's been doing it for so long and means no harm he assumes no one can be insulted by his words. Although he certainly provides an interesting glimpse into what the gay world was like 50 years ago, I just wish he'd stop it today. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jan 30, 2013 1:34 PM GMT

    I know a lesbian that makes good Curry Mee icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 30, 2013 2:00 PM GMT
    I thought everybody loves Raymond.

    Maybe he's a lesbian.
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    Jan 30, 2013 3:36 PM GMT
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    ART_DECO said
    eagermuscle saidI looked right at the butch...

    Reminds me of a habit my partner has, which I attribute to his older generation. Last Saturday evening we had a lesbian couple over for dinner at our place. And he was regaling them with stories of his youth in Boston, when he had many lesbian friends.

    (Still does, and some of them stay at our place when they visit South Florida. And during our last visit to Boston we went to dinner with 6 of them, a lovely "reunion" for him)

    So anyway, he kept saying things like "... and then my butch and me went to this bar..." and "...this guy was giving me a hard time, until my butch came over and scared him away."

    I could see our guests squirming a little at this, and in the kitchen I told him to drop the "my butch" references, sounding like he had a lesbian pit bull for a pet. This couple is just approaching 50, a different generation, not sure they like being labeled in that manner.

    It's not the first time he's said things like that to lesbians that raised eyebrows, but I can't get him to change his ways. Because he's been doing it for so long and means no harm he assumes no one can be insulted by his words. Although he certainly provides an interesting glimpse into what the gay world was like 50 years ago, I just wish he'd stop it today. icon_rolleyes.gif

    I'm sure he also calls African-Americans "the coloreds" as well.

    No, we were talking about terms in the gay world. I've never heard him use racially or ethnically derogatory & insensitive words in the years I've known him. But he has some choice words for you that would curl your toupee. icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 30, 2013 3:40 PM GMT
    I've got the emo of a lezbian... but that doesn't help me much with the menzies.