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13 Stereotypes We Need To Keep Perpetuating

13 Lesbian Stereotypes Lesbians Need To KEEP Perpetuating

13 Lesbian Stereotypes Lesbians Need To KEEP Perpetuating

Fly your F Flag (feminism and flannel) with Pride!

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Stereotypes usually suck. They're not PC, they can limit your growth and often people. But then again, they can be so right. 

1. Lesbians long held love affair with flannel.

Ya. So what? They look hot on everyone. Don't hate on flannel love.

 

2. The Lesbian "U-Haul" tale passed down from generation to generation.

Sure, maybe it's not always true, but when it is, how else would we move all of our stuff?

 

3. Our feet are born wearing Doc Martens out the womb.

So what if SOME of us like to wear boots? They're comfy and look good.

 

4. We are unable to keep our nails long.

Ummmmmmm, no comment. Except, yes.

 

5. Lesbians have more orgasms.

That is just true. Because science.

 

6. Beanies are our go-to accessory.

Doesn't everyone love beanies? They provide warmth and solve all the bad hair days.

 

7. Actually, lesbians just love hats.

Ya. Can't a girl like headwear?

 

 

8. We delight in searching the men's section every once in a while.

As should ever female every once in a while! 

 

9. Tegan and Sara are the soundtrack to our lives.

OK, sure, not ALL of us are Tegan and Sara fans, but, like, a lot of us are... and we love them!

 

10. The L Word is a treasured show we both love and agonize over.

Obviously. Why wouldn't we be?

 

11. We stay friends with all of our exes.

Which makes us normal, emotionally evolved people.

 

12. We love sweaty girls who hug each other a lot! 

Which just means we appreciate physical fitness. And women sweating.

 

13. We love the F Word: Feminism 

Of course, because everyone should be.

Sorry, not sorry.

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Briana Gonzalez

<p>A proud, queer, Latina, identical twin with a penchant for brash humans and things that make me cough laugh.</p>

<p>A proud, queer, Latina, identical twin with a penchant for brash humans and things that make me cough laugh.</p>