pt2. Would you say that someone could be vegie when they still eat chicken and bacon occasionally? It’s fine to discover new things about yourself & who you’re attracted to & it’s okay to think you’re a lesbian then find out you’re bisexual or that you don’t want or fit into a label, but it adds to the continued invalidation of lesbian sexuality if you still say you’re a lesbian when you’re with a guy
Could you not send me moronic ignorant messages? Can’t you see how harmful it is to me and my followers to have your stupidity inflicted on us?
You’re opinion is not important at all to me or others, but surely you see how it doesn’t help with the current thoughts that some people have about the intelligence level of humanity?
Okay, enough with the joking around, because really, you’re so very ignorant.
Firstly, I’m just going comment quickly on how laughable it is that you think that a comparison between someones sexuality and someones diet is actually valid. Because it really isn’t. For a start, normally, what someone eats is their own damn choice, who someone falls for isn’t.
You can’t make the comparison that a vegetarian or “vegie” as you called it (seriously, that’s not a fucking word, the abbreviation is veggie) eating meat once (not occasionally, because if we’re going to use your idiotic comparison, we have to at least make it as close as possible, and this woman is not having feelings for a few guys every now and again, it is one man. Once) and still calling themselves a vegetarian is the same as a lesbian who fell in love with a man.
Also, if you REALLY want to use your precious little comparison so much, she didn’t mean to fall in love with a man, it wasn’t her intent - so to keep the comparison as close as possible - it’s like a vegetarian accidentally consuming something with animal product in, they didn’t mean to, it wasn’t their intent. And guess what, yeah, they’d still be a fucking vegetarian.
Now, labels are a man made thing. Humans made them, so we can identify people better. They are simple, and strict and to the point, to make it quick and easier to do so. Love is not that. Peoples fucking feelings aren’t that. So why shouldn’t this woman be allowed to keep the label that she feels fits her best? (Also, before you get on your high horse talking about not fitting into labels - I did make it clear in the response that the label isn’t important.)
It’s her damn sexuality. She likes women, so she’s not straight. She only has feelings for this one man, so she doesn’t feel like bisexuality is the right choice for her, as bisexuality is an attraction to two genders, and she doesn’t feel anything towards men other than this one exception, so maybe she doesn’t feel like that’s suitable. So maybe she’s a lesbian, what with it being the label that SHE feels has always fitted her perfectly and still fits her best.
And the cherry on top of this argument - your opinion on what she labels herself? Fucking irrelevant.
And yeah, so’s mine. But she said she’s a lesbian, and unlike you, I trusted her to know herself better than you do.
Also, it does not invalidate the sexuality.
It’s a fucking word.
And I’ll concede, yeah, some men are ignorant pricks like that. They are under the impression that being a lesbian and falling for a man would suddenly invalidate their sexuality. Whoops. Just like you.