So don’t diss the world-wide-web, ladies.

So don’t diss the world-wide-web, ladies.

You could make a good initial connection online, but as soon as you DO, ensure you get your ass for some queer-owned coffee shop and meet-up in actual life, since they require our company together with internet — I REPEAT: the net JUST ISN’T AN ALTERNATIVE for a genuine life hangout. Though sometimes If only it absolutely was with makeup, but that’s a personal problem because it’s so much easier to throw a filter on my face than paint it.

2. Athletic Clubs

Look, I’ll acknowledge it: we hate recreations. I’m TERRIBLE at recreations. And personally i think extremely separated during my un-athletic lesbian presence. In fact, I’ve been pitching “The identification Crisis of Being a Lesbian Who Hates Sports” for months now, but no editor appears to be involved with it (hint, hint Trish Bendix).

But also though I have heart palpitations entering any type of soccer field (PTSD from gym course), we force myself to attend women’s sports all the time. You realize why? They’re teeming with queer girls, honey. Hot, strong, badass girls that are queer of having struck into the face by having a softball! Where do we join? Sweaty sexy derby girls, whizzing around on roller-skates, their locks flapping behind them —t hey’re the coolest that is fucking in the world. They tend to possess great style and are superb during intercourse too. Soccer girls? So hot, therefore good, therefore friendly, so intense. Whom does not wish to watch a number of fresh-faced ladies kick around a soccer ball? I’m sure I Really do.

And lesbian athletes aren’t just like the male that is terrible in senior school; those greasy-faced men whom strolled around all entitled, jeering during the blondes, being all creepy. Lesbian athletes are now appreciative once you visited their games. So don’t worry with them—j ust get dressed up real cute and go watch them play if you can’t play. You’ll meet plenty of other athletically lesbians that are inept, and you’ll really bond over your not enough hand/eye coordination. Continue reading “So don’t diss the world-wide-web, ladies.”