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@mattxiv
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black lesbians honestly deserve so much more. honestly, it really hurts seeing black lesbians being pushed out of the lesbian community despite having so much history in building it. it hurts seeing black lesbians being called "whiny" and "annoying" when they speak up about being constantly erased from their own communities. listen to black lesbians. if a black lesbian tells you that you are making your lgbt space unsafe or uncomfortable for them, you listen and make changes. it shouldn't be controversial to say that black lesbians deserve to feel safe and accepted in their own communities.
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sapphic-cliche · 2 years
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every time I see LGBTQ discourse I think about that post that said masc cis lesbians get kicked out of bathrooms as cruelly as trans people do so why the fuck are some lesbians transphobic , and I think about how homophobes won’t check for your sexuality before calling us slurs and I think about how my local dyke March considers anyone who identifies as a dyke a dyke because fuck rainbow capitalism we are here to fight for our lives and I think about how my best friends are bisexual and I think about how lesbians have been loving each other in ways that the gender binary has never been able to understand(and never will) and I think about that post that says the worst thing the right did was convince queer people other queer people were the enemy
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to miss (verb) 3. notice the loss or absence of.
to miss her (act) an aching pain
[dictionary definitions//tokyo - RM//first love late spring - mitski// extract - rupi kaur//a dream (english translation) - rabidranath tagore//[i carry your heart with me(i carry it in] - e.e. cummings]
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big muscle lesbians you are so fucking valid
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pink in the night
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sapphic-cliche · 3 years
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obsessed with how often women describe falling in love with other women as a quieting, a moment of stillness and calm where before there was noise.
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commish for layla noor
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sapphic-cliche · 3 years
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As we go into the new year, here’s a reminder that lesbians have always existed and we will always exist.
(And this applies for all LGBTQ+ people, I just have a soft spot for lesbians)
Happy New Year, everyone!:)
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sapphic-cliche · 3 years
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NYC Data Stories: Allyship
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The original pride flag and the sewing machine it was sewn on
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“We know that men who desired each other had access to a homosexual subculture in cities and large towns across western Europe; it has been assumed that women had no such facilities. Theo van der Meer, for example, concludes that though there were small group of tribades in 1790s Amsterdam, the rarity of criminal charges against them, together with the lack of recorded reference to their drinking and meeting places, shows that no lesbian subculture existed. Many historians have taken this lack of evidence of pubs and sex houses as proof that lesbianism was not an option or even a concept for most women in this era. Certainly, I know of no evidence for any network of drinking houses and cruising walks for women parallel to that enjoyed by mollies. However, lesbian culture today does not have the same structures as gay male culture has, so why should we expect them to have been similar in the eighteenth century, long before the liberation movement had brought the two communities together? If we stop looking for exact equivalents to gay male institutions, we can open our eyes to the different ways women-lovers seem to have formed groups and networks in this period.”
— Emma Donoghue, Passions Between Women p248
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Woman with sword.
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Yeah, they’re gay. Keep scrolling😌
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🎉CONGRATS CHILE! 🌈❤️
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