my life goal is to watch everything ever that has lesbians in it.
Obviously WoL is relevant to lesbians and can be read as lesbian, I was just saying that how do you define being exclusively lesbian when terms have changed over time? “De-lesbian” WoL? Seriously? Because I mentioned the term she actually uses throughout the book? And again, that is not what invert meant. The definition was more to do with gender, even though is practice it was used against people we would now call gay. And most of e time I do talk about WoL as lesbian, but it’s a example that sexuality is not simply lesbian or not.
“The Well of Loneliness is about an “invert”, not a lesbian.”
I’m sorry but you can’t de-lesbian one of the most well-known works of lesbian fiction just because the term of the day was “invert”
If “they” is referring to me, then no…? Why would I have a problem with that? My life is pretty much consumed by lesbian books, so, I don’t really have a problem with them… I just personally also think there are books that are relevant to lesbians that aren’t strictly lesbian.
I wonder if they’ll direct a shitstorm at me once I say that it’s lesbian-exclusive
not that I care
Favorite Movie Scenes: But I’m a Cheerleader (requested by pandasaar)
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Richard Hurndall, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, and Peter Davison
being five years oldswith Tom’s wax figure during the photoshoot for The Five Doctors.