This is just something I've never quite understood, so if there are any lesbian moms on here that could give me some insight I'd appreciate it!
A lot of lesbian couples I see, most actually, both partners or at least one look very masculine, sometimes you don't even realize they are women at first glance. I went to a gay bar with a gay friend once and at first glance I thought they were all gay men dancing with each other but then realized they were all women.
What I don't understand is why if you are attracted to women are you with someone that looks just like a man?
I get falling in love with a person and not a gender, but I don't think these women are "gender blind", I'm assuming that most lesbians are just attracted to women and not men. So why are you with someone that looks like a guy?
I'm just genuinely curious about this!
Asked by Anonymous at 3:00 AM on Dec. 11, 2009 in Relationships
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:26 AM on Dec. 11, 2009
I'm bi-sexual and asked this same question in a lesbian group (who by the way discriminate against bi's). I was told that studs (masculine looking/dressing women) have more masculine traits and are more comfortable dressing as men. Fems (feminine looking/dressing women) have more feminine traits and dress accordingly. Well, I have a lot of masculine traits but don't wanna dress or, per se, act like a man and prefer women who look like women.
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