Way back before you were born, Calla and Persephone and I were messing around with things we probably shouldn’t have been messing around with– Drugs? Rituals. Are you messing around with drugs? No. But maybe rituals.
i do think it’s important for lesbians to be able to talk about experiences that are often exclusive to us (for instance, how scary it is to come to terms with the fact that we don’t experience any attraction to men at all), but there is no point in trying to separate ourselves from other wlw. bi/pan women’s contributions to discussions about loving women won’t taint them, only enrich them, and defining bi/pan women by their potential to be attracted to men isn’t radical it’s just misogynistic and biphobic as hell
Welp. We went to see Wonder Woman. I cried during the sad parts and some of the other parts. They were the same kind of tears I had on and off through Ghostbusters. Movies with strong women who are fully realized people who are allowed to be sexual but are not sexualized and can also kick ass just make me cry randomly. Though TBH I also cry in LotR when anyone picks up their sword and runs into battle screaming the name of their home. I didn’t even realize how ravenous I was for a female version of that.