(I know I’m a lesbian, but does being a lesbian make you immune to immaculate conception? Costine says women emit the feel-good chemicals oxytocin and dopamine when they fall in love. So when two girl creatures fall in love and are both practically oozing oxytocin and are wasted off dopamine, it’s double the trouble. Costine calls an “oxyfest” and baby, it’s wildly intoxicating.
I DON’T THINK SO.)I’m also the kind of girl who, every single time she has a hangover, is convinced she has a drinking problem, and Googles the closest AA meeting. I remember the first time I fell in love with a girl, I felt literally high on drugs.
Clearly there is a yawning gulf between the principle of what should be prevented by legislation such as the Equality Act and the reality of experiences on the ground.
This reality has been shockingly uncovered this week by hundreds of women who have shared their experiences of inappropriate, sexist and even downright illegal interview questions with the #Everyday Sexism hashtag on Twitter, showing that the problem can begin even before you start a job.
Arlee Chadwick is a self described super cute, super funny blonde that is dedicated to finding the weird of the world.
She will have audiences laughing, and hopefully crying, from a new perspective.
Dear Straight Girls, I'm sorry to break it to you, but there's a little thing you do that annoys us lady lovers to no end.
I'm still a feminist, and just because I don't want to be a woman doesn't mean I think there's anything wrong or bad or inferior about being one. There are a lot of women who hate sexism; most of them don't have any desire to change their body to be more like the opposite sex. No; I was attracted to men, women, and everyone else before, and I still am.
Do you hassle feminists who are cisgender men (that is, men who were assigned male at birth) for not transitioning to female? Gender identity and sexual orientation are often orthogonal. The point of "transitioning" is to go someplace where you weren't before. Even though I don't, yet, I'm announcing my transition now so that I don't have to worry about keeping a secret. I don't expect instant acceptance, I just want to be able to talk freely.
"If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." Pick whichever reason offends you the most.
Plus, IDing as genderqueer does nothing to change my body, which I want.