"Trans men... can be both males and men, just like cis men" - Real talk, how long do you guys think AGB will last before getting shut down? by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

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I don't think it will last til the end of the year honestly. The TRAs hate it too much. TrueGayMen is kaput now, so more popular targets like AGB are probably not far behind.

Discussion: were you a "masculine" child? Were you always butch/femme or has it evolved? by QueenOfTheNorth in Lesbians

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I was always a pretty masculine/gnc girl. I still dislike most things associated with femininity. Not because I inherently dislike things that are considered feminine, but because things considered feminine are personally uncomfortable. (Tight clothes, itchy fabrics, 500 step make up and skincare routines, doing my hair at the salon, shaving until you look like a hairless dolphin, etc.)

I did like some things aimed at girls. I had so many Barbie dolls and "girl" toys growing up. Even though I liked "boy" toys and hobbies more I always preferred playing with girls lol.

Would you date a transman? by Srime in Lesbians

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Transman, never. Detrans, maybe. Depends on how much surgery they've done and if they still believe in gender religion. The closer they are to looking male, the more of a turnoff it is. I've known a few detransitioned women who stopped taking hormones after a short time that go back to looking pretty close to their original self.

I'd be more worried about the health consequences that years of cross-sex hormones and surgeries does to a female body.

Did AyL just go private? by Srime in Lesbians

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I was just thinking about making a thread about wanting a lesbian only social media site. I wish we had one.

PSA: There is a Chrome extension called "Shinigami Eyes" that the TQ+ crowd uses to track and trace people they deem have transphobic views out there. It's about as sad and pathetic as it sounds. by Beryl in LGBDropTheT

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Also, it was made by a literal pedophile rapist. There's even another "terf" blocker like this one that was also created by a convincted pedophile. Hmmm... I wonder how a person like that could possibly use an extension like this for nefarious purposes?

How to deal with straight hypocrisy... by [deleted] in Lesbians

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While homophobia is an irrational fear, transphobia often isn't.

This is because transphobia can be literally anything. Trans people keep adding and removing things to the list of what is or isn't transphobic and expect us all to keep up. Seen them flip flop so much on whether or not drag is transphobic for example.

And trying to get a straight answer from them is so hard. If they're not namecalling you for daring to ask a question, they're giving non-answers or falling back on stock phrases that they refuse to clarify. It would be so much easier to work out compromise if they would actually talk. But they don't want to talk, they want total submission. So people either give in after abuse, pay lip service to trans rhetoric to avoid cancellation, or just remove themselves from the conversation entirely.

Honestly, seeing this all unfold convinces me that a lot of straight "allies" back in the day were also performatively virtue signalling for LGB rights. I hate to think it, but it's probably true. So many of these straight people are so comfortable being woke homophobic now that it doesn't make sense if they didn't hold homophobic beliefs before.

Did AyL just go private? by Srime in Lesbians

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There also seems to be a few private honeypots out there masquerading as LGB-only. Reddit is a lost cause if you want a lesbian only sub. All the active ones are full of TQ+s or bi women pretending to be lesbians. Even r/TrueGayMen got banned after they wiped out basically all the lesbian subs.

WALSH: With The Insane ‘Equality Act,’ The Democrat Party Has Declared Total War On Reality by BEB in LGBDropTheT

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Posted in /r/lgbt with not a hint of irony by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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If only they didn't care about our sexualities. Instead they make it their life's mission to try and convert us and throw tantrums when it doesn't work.

LGBT Identification Rises to 5.6% of the US Population in Latest Estimate (Lesbians are decreasing % wise, while B & T are increasing) by BEB in LGBDropTheT

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Weren't these kids all "otherkin" and "vampires" not long ago?

Some of them still are. I've also seen a ton of these TQ+ disclose their (sometimes self-diagnosed) mental illnesses in their social media bios.

"Gender is real but it's all in your head" 🤔 by FineIWillDoItMyself in GenderCritical

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GNC trans person

So a person who conforms to the gender roles of their sex? Like "butch transbians"? Lol.

Not as offensive, objectionable and ban-worthy as LGBdroptheT obviously by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Yeah I've met too many men whose "kinks" are a direct reflection of their values to believe that last line.

AL: "Men can identify as lesbians!" Also AL: "Why are there so many men on our lesbian subreddit??" by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

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And a single woman.

... who is straight.

New media publication tailored to LGB (seems to be DroptheT in spirit) by BEB in LGBDropTheT

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If the transgender people involved are actual homosexuals or bisexuals, I think I'd be okay with it. If they start pushing cotton/boxer ceiling rhetoric or claiming they're lichrally in the wrong body though I'll definitely be writing to the editor.

r/TrueGayMen banned for "promoting hate" 18 hours ago by NutterButterFlutter in LGBDropTheT

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Right now it looks like the only thing we can do is maintain what we have and make our own new spaces. We have to be proactive. Right now lesbians are making our own private niches and being very strict about who we let in. I recommend gay men and bisexuals start doing the same, because TRA boldness is growing.

Using the word 'muggle' is now transphobic by JulienMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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"J.K. Rowling is a huge TERF and I welcome everyone to stop using her terminology, particularly the world 'muggle.'"

I dunno guys. Sounds like something a muggle would say.

Just grateful. by whateverbeaver in Lesbians

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Aliens? Probably not what OP had in mind.

Queer Women History Forgot: Barbara Jordan | GO Magazine by censorshipment in Lesbians

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Never a dull day on s/Lesbians I see.

Queer Women History Forgot: Barbara Jordan | GO Magazine by censorshipment in Lesbians

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I can understand the masturbation link getting taken down but what was wrong with the TV character post? I didn't get to see it.

What Causes Homosexuality? -- Horseshoe Theory In Action by usehername in LGBDropTheT

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I think the person you're responding to might just be a very dedicated troll. Or (and I mean this in a serious not-poking-fun way) mentally not all there.

What Causes Homosexuality? -- Horseshoe Theory In Action by usehername in LGBDropTheT

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This is so clearly written by someone who has no idea what it's like being gay. Wow, this actually made me mad.

Scorpios? by [deleted] in Lesbians

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Cranky? Look's like somebody's moon is in retro gatorade tonight. /s

Scorpios? by [deleted] in Lesbians

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I don't pay attention to horoscopes or birth charts or stuff like that at all so I wouldn't know.

Just grateful. by whateverbeaver in Lesbians

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That's probably a reference to the viral marketing campaign for the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy thing coming out soon? A bunch of random identical monoliths were found in various places around the globe before suddenly disappearing. It captured the general public's attention at the tail end of 2020. A bunch of news sites were also in on the gag, reporting (untrue) stories that world governments had actually made contact with aliens and that we would be visited by the Galactic Federation soon.

TL;DR Some weird "coincidences" suggesting we finally alien contact actually turned out to be fake to create buzz for a scifi movie (or TV show?). People unfamiliar with viral marketing campaigns took it literally. (Also, 2020 was so insane that many people felt it wouldn't have been crazy if aliens actually managed to find us after the never ending craziness that was 2020.)

From lesbian to 100% straight. British author Bernardine Evaristo. by paleolithicat in Lesbians

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Some of the links that HRC provided were broken (mostly links to their own site). The links leading to other sites do provide support for bisexuals experiencing higher rates of mental illness/suicide attempts though. Thank you for sharing sources!

From lesbian to 100% straight. British author Bernardine Evaristo. by paleolithicat in Lesbians

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Bisexuals have the highest rate of mental illness among LGB, by a lot

Do you have a source for that? I read a study that between lesbians and bisexual women, bisexual women face a lot more abuse (because they partner with men who are more prone to physical abuse than women) in their relationships. But I've never heard that bi people overall suffer more from mental illness. I'd heard it's about even across the board for LGB people (not counting the T). I would like to read more about that if you have a link.

GUARDIAN writer calls J.K. Rowling transphobic & wants a Harry Potter TV series without Rowling's input by BEB in LGBDropTheT

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Didn't HBO already say the rumors about the TV show aren't true?

I’m a lesbian BECAUSE I love dick by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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They'll also conveniently ignore all the people in the comments and likes agreeing with them.

Boys TWICE as likely as girls 'to be bullied about sexual orientation' by hetisachoice in LGBDropTheT

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Ah, you again. My friend, I'm not saying that "sex work" does not literally fall under the definition of labor. I'm saying that the people encouraging the "sex work" are directly promoting an industry where violence, abuse, sex trafficking, and literal slavery is the norm. It does not take a genius to understand statistics of why 9 in 10 sex workers surveyed want out. But there is so much propaganda pushed by pimps and madams that people just swallow the happy hooker fantasy wholesale. And people want to whitewash what really happens and silence those who've exited sex work exposing the realities. I really wish people uncritically shouting "just let people do sex work!" would use their brains.

Why does anyone get into sex work? They were coerced, they were groomed, they were trafficked, they were desperate and had no other source of income. I don't think anyone, trans or not, should have to be in such a degrading and dangerous line of work. If people really care about someone who is straining for money, the solution is to help them not put your genitals in their face.

Boys TWICE as likely as girls 'to be bullied about sexual orientation' by hetisachoice in LGBDropTheT

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I disagree with this phrasing, simply because there are very few gender-crit radfems, and in terms of organized ramfem movements, there is very little WOC representation.

I'm not going to sit here and argue with you after posting this comment because I frankly don't have the energy and don't think you're arguing in good faith, but this line right here shows that you do not seem to understand that radical feminists are by nature gender critical. Also, WOC are a minority in Anglophone radfem spaces. But that does not mean that radical feminism is unknown to WOC. South Korea is a prime example. Their radical feminist movement is huge. The radfem movement throughout Latin America is also growing. In fact, outside of the western world the aims of feminists throughout the world are more akin to radical feminism (fighting sex-based oppression of females) than any other.

I don't believe the term "white feminism" is useful. Can white women be racist? Yes. Does that mean white women are exempt from experiencing sexism? No. As a WOC it's annoying to see people claim that feminists like the Nigerian Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie are "white feminists" simply because they do not believe in gender, or because they see how self-ID can easily be exploited. That tells you how the concept of "white feminism" is just used to shut women up.

Guessing from your name and recent post history that you're a trans person trying to convince us here to change positions. I will save you some time: it's probably not going to happen. We've been abused, gaslit, and harassed by the trans community for too long.

Boys TWICE as likely as girls 'to be bullied about sexual orientation' by hetisachoice in LGBDropTheT

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I've literally never seen radical feminists say anything like that. Most radfems have issues (white and otherwise) take issue with people using the word "white" to get away with being sexist because there's a trend of it being socially acceptable in leftist/liberal circles to hate on women as long as you throw "white" in front of it. There are so many popular tweets floating around by men talking about how much they want to beat up or kill (white) women and everyone cheers like it's progressive. Contrary to popular belief, a lot of nonwhite radfems and gender critical women of color have commented on this trend. Like how it's usually done by hypocritical men and liberal feminists who have no problem being racist or abusive towards minority women that don't believe in TRA rhetoric.

I have certain critiques of radfems and their beliefs too, but making stuff up about what they believe in because you dislike them is dumb. Of all the modern feminist subgroups radical feminists tend listen to and defend lesbians the most in my experience. (At least the radfems who don't beleive in political lesbianism do. But that is a rant for another day....)

Boys TWICE as likely as girls 'to be bullied about sexual orientation' by hetisachoice in LGBDropTheT

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I mean the stats don’t lie. Ask them why so many trans murders aren’t marked as hate crimes. Most of them are from fellow trans.

Really? I was under the impression that most of the murders of trans people keep citing as proof of the trans "murder epidemic" are based on the information we have on Brazilian transsexuals, who are usually involved in prostitution where they're killed by johns and pimps?

By no means am I saying it's okay that trans people are being murdered. But people who go hard on uncritically shouting "sex work is work!" (a lot of whom are trans people that will never have to see that horror) tend to ignore how dangerous and deadly prostitution is.

Boys TWICE as likely as girls 'to be bullied about sexual orientation' by hetisachoice in LGBDropTheT

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Considering how often I see straight guys get their boxers in a twist over the slightest chance of being percieved by other men as effeminate or gay... I'm not surprised.

Nothing new under the Sun, lesbians are female but men and gays are male but women by MezozoicGay in LGBDropTheT

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You have to "pick a side" because they didn't think that through.

Moderators . Why did you delete a political discussion? Are lesbians not allowed to have different opinions and ideas? by Anniesworld in Lesbians

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Do you mean this one that reads like troll bait? I suspected they just wanted to cause chaos because they deleting their account right after posting the thread.

I'm more confused by why my comment on that thread (you can see it on my profile) was removed. Seriously, someone literally compared lesbians to white supremacists for wanting to be called lesbians and I got deleted for pointing that out? Sometimes the moderation here is really weird. I'm going to start archiving things.

What was your first relationship like (if you’ve had one) and what did you learn from it? by TarshishJupiter in Lesbians

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I learned to never be in an codependent relationship just because you're lonely. :( lol

What's with celebrities 'coming out' and not clarifying what they're coming out as? by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Remember that time period when it was trendy for straight people (mostly straight women from what I remember) to come out as bisexual? It was very clearly for attention grabbing and to look cool. It feels like the waves of people coming out as nonspecific labels like "queer" is an evolution of that.

Made a new subbreddit for homos. I'm rarely on reddit anymore but would love to see if the homos on reddit will find it and feel like they have a space by gencritLesbo in Lesbians

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This sub has stalkers on reddit that have gone after any space or page that we discuss. The fact that the subreddit you made technically includes homosexual men and therefore isn't lesbian only might buy some time. But the trans activists on reddit always feel attacked when LGB people want spaces just for ourselves or when we call out trans people's homophobia. They took great joy in censoring spaces that focus on exclusive same-sex attraction.

I do hope your subreddit survives btw. I'm just not optimistic that it will.

Made a new subbreddit for homos. I'm rarely on reddit anymore but would love to see if the homos on reddit will find it and feel like they have a space by gencritLesbo in Lesbians

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It's probably going to get banned.

Lesbians who voted for Biden/Harris by [deleted] in Lesbians

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Man, if you wanted to start drama could you at least have picked a more interesting topic before deleting your account?

Girl Splash (Provincetown) by WildwoodFlower in Lesbians

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If it's female only it sounds heavenly! So many events like this have become "inclusive."

I think we should abandon the lesbian label and create something else by Wot in Lesbians

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You really just compared lesbians to white supremacists and religious conservatives? Out loud? For wanting to be called lesbians?

Not gonna lie, certain users have made some weird comments on this sub before that come across as rather suspect and borderline homophobic. I'm not sure if you're trolling or just have a lot of internalized lesbophobia. This isn't even the first time someone made a thread exactly like this either.

Sex scenes in movies by [deleted] in Lesbians

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Not a fan of sex scenes in lesbian movies. They're so male gazey that it's a turnoff even if the women in it are attractive. I might be in the minority here but I think it's weird to watch other people have sex.

#LesbianNotGay - Political lesbian anti-gay solidarity campaign by LesbianInExile in Lesbians

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"Lesbian feminism" is, despite the name, almost always upheld by self-proclaimed political lesbians. AKA Straight and bisexual women calling themselves lesbians in the name of feminism. A lot of them don't believe that homosexuality is innate and look down on "born this way" (actual) lesbians. The homophobic irony is lost on them.

Where are these groups? I see a total of 4 tweets with that hashtag in it. Are you sure this is legit?

I think we should abandon the lesbian label and create something else by Wot in Lesbians

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I think we should abandon the lesbian label and create something else

No. We're lesbians and they can go cry about it.

I came across an account on twitter asking lesbians to post their comp-het crushes and women are posting pics of men they drool over. How do you all feel about this? by Wot in Lesbians

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When they say crush, they mean crush. Look up literally any woman describing a "comphet crush" and you will see her describe a regular crush on men. It's bi women who read the comphet Google doc and convinced themselves they're a lesbian.

Anyone Feeling We Might Not Be As Secure As We Hope? by SedateApe in LGBDropTheT

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I have a feeling the folks at Parler and Gab wouldn't like us homos at all. Lol. I agree that we need a fully dedicated LGB website of our own. Just look at how much GenderCritical is consistently thriving after the banwave.

More important (and effective_ than blowing off steam on s/LGBDropTheT is actually becoming politically active. I know it's work, but that's the kind of thing that works. No one else is going to do it for us. You have to campaign to your local government, whether it's calling in or writing letters. We have to seriously organize if we want change. Join groups that support LGB causes (or just L/G/B depending on which you are). If we don't, everything previous generations fought for are in serious danger of being wiped out.

Is anyone else just tired? by homosomes in Lesbians

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This comment did not make me feel hopeful but it did make me laugh, so thank you for that.

Pardon my virtue signalling but women have everything I’m looking for in a man by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I have literally seen people start to respond to situations exactly like that as "you might be a trans woman!" Incredible.

Some gays and lesbians can apparently have children by accident with their partners, don't you forget it! by lovelyspearmint in LGBDropTheT

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Yes. We know how heterosexual sex works. Everyone knows how heterosexual sex can result in a pregnancy.

Percentage of homosexual women by Elvira95 in Lesbians

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I agree that it's a very small percentage. Not less than 1%, but nowhere near the double digits. The vast majority of women are either heterosexual or bisexual, while lesbians make up the rest.

Getting accurate numbers is hard though when numbers are based on self-disclosure. So many non-lesbians call themselves lesbians while so many actual homosexual women are calling themselves literally anything but lesbian.

Apparently it's outdated to be a homosexual by EzukiRaen in LGBDropTheT

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Oh my god. Just say you don't understand how anyone can be homosexual and leave us alone.

AFAB/AMAB and TRA terminology by herecomesthesass in GenderCritical

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They've started using the acronyms TMA and TME but I'm not sure if it will spread further or last. TMA is the new AMAB and TME is the new AFAB.

What do they stand for? TransMisgyny Affected and TransMisogyny Exempt. I have no idea who started this or when but they are straying further and further away from the words male and female. And of course it centers transwomen.

Can someone explain this to me because it just sounds like straight by [deleted] in Lesbians

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Febfem is for bi women who only date other women, so all males are excluded regardless of whether they think they're women or not. Semibisexual is not a synonym for febfem though. It's either one of the stupid microidentities or someone making fun of them.

Seriously, is there anything that isn't offensive to the TQ+ crowd at this point? by Beryl in LGBDropTheT

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And when they decide they need to transition to emulate the female body.

Seriously, is there anything that isn't offensive to the TQ+ crowd at this point? by Beryl in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 20 insightful - 1 fun20 insightful - 0 fun21 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

They've already done that. The number of TRAs claiming there is no such thing as a woman or female body has been growing.

Just realized: TRAs claim being homosexual is a "genital fetish" but also say "don't kink shame!" If they think we have a fetish then why do they shame us for it? by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 35 insightful - 2 fun35 insightful - 1 fun36 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

It's just homophobia. The way they talk about homosexuality makes it clear they believe our sexual orientation is a choice or preference the same way conservatives do. They don't actually care about gay men or lesbians. In fact most of the time when I see trans people talk about us, they're doing it in a degrading way. Because we don't play along with their gender cosplay.

Another 'pre op transgirl' not feeling welcome in /actuallesbians because it is 'super cis centric' by winterwillow in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 52 insightful - 7 fun52 insightful - 6 fun53 insightful - 7 fun -  (0 children)

They're on that sub that's overrun with transbians and trans memes but still think it's "cis centric?" The mods, who are mostly males who identify as trans, literally remove posts and comments made by actual lesbians all the time and it's still not enough coddling?

Here's the truth that no one wants to say: you will never be satisfied because your fantasy does not match reality. You're better off just accepting that you are male, that lesbians are not interested in males, and make peace with that fact.

The word "partner" by HelloMomo in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 12 insightful - 1 fun12 insightful - 0 fun13 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Doesn't Tamsyn Muir also market herself as a lesbian author and talk all about how she's a lesbian in interviews all the time? She has a lot of nerve to do that while being happily married to a man.

Is it possible to go to the media about the discrimination against lesbians by reddit? by mangosplums in Lesbians

[–]homosomes 9 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You can try but it probably won't go very far. Most legitimate news sources that would otherwise be on our side would likely just ignore you because all the focus right now is on validating trans delusions to look woke.

More LGB Specific Subs Banned On Reddit! by SedateApe in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 6 insightful - 1 fun6 insightful - 0 fun7 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I know. The problem is that according to Reddit's own rules, once a sub is banned no other sub that serves the same purpose can exist. Doesn't matter if it's old or new, Reddit considers it ban evasion.

More LGB Specific Subs Banned On Reddit! by SedateApe in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Sounds like those two would be considered ban evasion subs anyway. Reddit won't allow any subs that replace the function of a banned sub. That's why they were so quick to axe r/BiologicalLesbians. When r/TrueLesbians was banned it effectively meant that no other sub for females only attracted to other females (lesbians) can ever exist again.

So this is apart of the application process now.. by sadbihours in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 8 insightful - 2 fun8 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

It already is in some jobs.

Trans rights activists defending the r/lesbians porn sub on reddit are my favorite type of "lesbian" by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 18 insightful - 7 fun18 insightful - 6 fun19 insightful - 7 fun -  (0 children)

Now, people who can't separate porn from reality are the actual problem. Those guys have issues they need to work on.

... yeah, I know a few guys on that sub who have many issues that need working on.

Anyone here experience sex dysphoria? by BiHorror in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 7 insightful - 1 fun7 insightful - 0 fun8 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yes. I think it's actually pretty common among homosexuals to feel sex dysphoria, which is why we see a lot of lesbians identifying as trans. Most of my dysphoria stems from the fact that I'm a lesbian.

"It's not about the dick, it's about what's attached to the dick" by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 36 insightful - 6 fun36 insightful - 5 fun37 insightful - 6 fun -  (0 children)

These men are trying so hard to convince lesbians to sleep with them. It's so transparent I don't know how anyone can't smell the homophobia from miles away.

They aren't even subtle about their homophobia. by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes 13 insightful - 2 fun13 insightful - 1 fun14 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

When Tumblr banned porn a metric ton of users fled to Twitter and it shows.

Lesbian discords? by [deleted] in Lesbians

[–]homosomes 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

If you do get invited (and I suggest anyone with a link to send over PM so no trolls brigade there) just be prepared to verify that you're actually a woman over voice chat.

Lesbians facing 'extinction' as transgenderism becomes pervasive, campaigners warn by homosomes in LGBDropTheT

[–]homosomes[S] 18 insightful - 1 fun18 insightful - 0 fun19 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

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Lesbian are facing “extinction” because of the “disproportionate” focus on transgenderism in schools, a controversial campaign group for gay rights has claimed.

The LGB Alliance, which has been branded a “trans hate group” by Pink News and other vocal critics, was set up in October 2019 amid concerns that Stonewall, the UK’s leading gay rights charity, had become too fixated on gender identity.

Its founders, Kate Harris and Bev Jackson, claim to have been “cancelled” for questioning gender identity theory and airing their concerns about the erosion of women’s rights in the face of the transgender movement.

Their detractors claim their refusal to include the 'T' in their LGB Alliance is transphobic along with their insistence that “sex is binary, not a spectrum” and “gender is a social construct”. They have also been accused of a “sinister” campaign of “abuse” on Twitter.

On Wednesday, Ofcom chief Melanie Dawes said it would be “entirely inappropriate” for the BBC to approach groups like the LGB Alliance to “balance” debates around trans issues after SNP MP John Nicolson, a homosexual, described them as “transphobic”.

Thousands of people signed a recent petition calling on broadcasters not to “uncritically platform” the group or its supporters.

While admitting they do not want to see further reform of the Gender Recognition Act (GRA), which requires a medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria for legal recognition as the opposite gender, Ms Harris and Ms Jackson insist they want to be able to discuss “all rights” without being “silenced by the Twitter mob”.

“If you do not accept that everyone has a gender identity then you are automatically labelled transphobic which means you can no longer discuss women’s lives and what’s happening to lesbians,” said Ms Jackson. “We are increasingly discovering that lesbians are no longer welcome in the LGBTQ+ world, which is astonishing.”

Recent months have witnessed significant clashes between transgender rights activists and lesbians holding up signs saying: “Lesbians don’t have penises” and “Woman = adult human female”.

In June, Harry Potter author JK Rowling was branded “cruel” and “anti trans” after tweeted criticism of the phrase "people who menstruate" and stated: "If sex isn’t real, the lived reality of women globally is erased. I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability of many to meaningfully discuss their lives."

She has been referred to as a trans-exclusionary radical feminist (TERF) on multiple occasions, though she rejects the label.

Orwell Prize winning journalist Suzanne Moore left the Guardian in November after facing criticism for writing “about female experience belonging to people with female bodies”, following the publication of a piece in March headlined: "Women must have the right to organise. We will not be silenced".

Alison Bailey, a lesbian criminal barrister who helped to set up the LGB Alliance, is currently suing Stonewall, claiming it collaborated with her chambers to put her under investigation.

“Lesbians don’t have penises,” said Ms Jackson. “A lesbian is a biological woman who is attracted to another biological woman. That’s obvious. Or at least it was obvious until a few years ago.”

The LGB Alliance’s mission statement refers to clinicians concerned about a culture of “transing out the gay” at the Tavistock Clinic in London, which specialises in offering gender identity development services (GIDS).

Ms Harris said: “We are both convinced, had we been growing up now, that we would have transitioned.”