Gay girl studs
A character transforms her life stories into the rooms of a house; another becomes a bin; others become a dream, a soft stud, a super lover and a gun who transforms into a camera The characters are the creation of Oreet Ashery and twelve lesbian women who fled Nigeria, Uganda, Angola, Gambia, Jamaica, Barbados and other countries after suffering traumatising discrimination against their sexual identity and orientation. Each card that was created alongside the publicationportrays a character that was developed through a series of creative workshops with twelve lesbian women who have come to the UK to seek sanctuary.
Lesbian labels span a wide spectrum. At the far-masculine end, we have the butch lesbians: The ones who look and act like men. At the far-feminine end, we have the lipstick lesbians: The ones who are often misappropriated as straight women. After a bit of examination, we should be able to determine the primary differences and start addressing our partners by the appropriate terms as long as the term is one they agree with; remember, labels are a very personal thing, and no one can as a label to someone else.
|I like to listen:||Classical|