And, yes, the broadness of the term lesbian is covered in the of the Lesbian article, and is indicated at other parts of the article. Yes, the terms butch and femme are primarily applied to lesbians, but they are not only applied to lesbians, and Wikipedia will reflect. I intend to further expand the lower part of the article with information about how the term lipstick lesbian is used, and the last thing I need are editors objecting to that material because of. Next is a section United States, which naturally again deals with the first meaning. Again this is acting, for whatever purpose, without genuinely being bisexual or gay. A lipstick lesbian is simply a homosexual female that has a highly style and attitude as opposed to conforming to the stereotypical masculine characteristics that are connected with being a lesbian as well as an attraction to other feminine women.
But these days I'm not feeling too sweet on people crossing the line with me. Do you make highly sexual remarks all the time? Constantly being asked if you and your girlfriend want to have a threesome. Furthermore, is commonly considered a subset of bisexuality, as noted in the Bisexuality article which I linked above and on its talk page, and as noted in the Pansexuality article and on its talk page. Not only do I appreciate you helping to sort out this dispute, I appreciate the story you relayed here. No one these days is really sure what 'lesbian' means.
However, casting two butch lesbians might work in a concert, but not likely in a soap opera because it might not appear realistic since butch lesbians often have lipstick lesbians or feminine-looking lesbians as their girlfriends, similar to the real-life situation of Charice and Alyssa Quijano and Aiza Seguerra and Krizza Neri. And this Wikipedia article's Criticism section currently isn't even focusing on lesbians. Do lesbians delight in sex with women only or can the term encompass bisexuals as well? We suffer from femme invisibility. If you would like the passage to be structured better, tell me what would help you understand it better. Unfortunately, he died in 1985. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit for additional information.
Pretty women are supposed to be gracious and warm; otherwise, people perceive them as malicious bitches who must be contained. I consider myself a tomboy-ish femme, somewhere in between femme and chapshick, and I'm not attracted to butches at all. As a chapstick lesbian myself, I find this strange. If you should happen to have any Business Inquiries, feel free to contact me. When men are making sexual advances or flirting with me, telling them that I am a lesbian doesn't seem to deter them.
But if you can bear reading all or some of that, what are your thoughts on this dispute? No special action is required regarding these talk page notices, other than using the archive tool instructions below. It can be used on a case-by-case basis, such as regarding a video game, popular culture, or an exclusive interview. To make this short and sweet: all lipsticks are femmes, but not all femmes are lipsticks. Maybe the bias that real lesbians are suposed to look like guys is too thick? Am I the only one who thinks should be a redirect to , not here? Lipstick Lesbian pride flag without kiss copy of original flag bars, but revision designer is unknown A lipstick lesbian is for a who exhibits a greater amount of gender attributes relative to other expressions, such as wearing thus, , wearing dresses or skirts and having other characteristics associated with feminine women. In 1990, the gay newspaper OutWeek covered the Lesbian Ladies Society, a Washington, D. In popular usage, the term lipstick lesbian is also used to characterize the feminine gender expression of women who are romantically or sexually interested in other women, or to the broader topic of among feminine women.
And over and over and over… Okay seriously? But, I don't think that's a common term. Do you mean to say that because the sentance which mentions bisexuality follows a mention that the term can be used to refer to non-lesbians pretending to be lesbians, it implies that bisexuals are pretending to be lesbians? A lipstick lesbian may be attracted to more 'butch' or masculine women or may be attracted to other femmes but is not solely attracted to feminine women. I'll wait to see what, if anything, others have to state on this matter. We mainly slip under the radars of both straight and gay people. Nonetheless, being a beautiful woman comes with a heavy-duty set of expectations, as well.
It has no connection to her attraction to other women, butch or femme. Have you dealt with similar issues? I really am trying to understand and do this correctly. The term has been used to describe women who have sex with women, either exclusively or in addition to sex with men i. I'm a lesbian, I'm married, and I deserve respect. Will you be my knight in lubricated latex? In my experience, revealing that I am a lesbian often causes even more trouble, because straight people men in particular can't seem to grasp the concept that a lesbian can be girlie-looking. Since the article is pretty short it may make sense to simply add content to hep illustrate what high-femme is. I will refrain from doing any editing, as I would vote to re-write the entire thing, swapping the two definitions around the one I describe becoming the major definition, and the major one up there now becoming the minor definition and it would just get changed back.
Otherwise, why not in addition to bisexual add pansexual, queer, etc. I was once told that I have the small, soft and understanding hands of a lipstick lesbian. We are nto attracted to them at all like that. The text you removed was simply referring to a cultural matter. Not all butches like other butches, and the other way 'round applies too. A channel that was started by a lesbian couple that are no longer together. What is confusing about the pharagraph? There are several people who track the emergence of such terms, so we should be able to nail it down to a time and place.
Kinda like how all peanuts are nuts, but not all nuts are peanuts. Anyway, yes, I will wait for others to comment on this lipstick lesbian matter. No, I don't want you to fuck me so that you can help me realize that I am actually straight! Those who dislike that this is an encyclopedia and that we are supposed to follow the rules of this encyclopedia with a prejudice toward should go elsewhere. I will also go ahead and alert to this matter. I just wasn't sure what the original comment was intended to mean.