Author Topic: Anti-lesbianism. Again.  (Read 1190 times)

Lydia

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Anti-lesbianism. Again.
« on: May 10, 2016, 04:28:20 PM »
Just had another terrible encounter with a local cabbie, who leapt down my throat when I simply requested he slow his speed, as I suffer from travel sickness. When I protested, politely, he became aggressive and offensive.

I've reported such events previously, but nothing gets done. As an obvious looking lesbian, I get this a lot. Feel totally wound up and stressed out now, and went online to check my Twitter posts. Totally astounded at the regularity of this type of thing, and worse. Every time it happens, it is equivalent to, 'All in all, you're just another prick in the wall..'.

Just needed to get this out of my system, in a safe place. Will go online on Twitter and Facebook later, to relate it to people. Astonishing how ill mannered these males are. Having a preference for Boy George and Moreissey types, those expressive of their feminine side, and interested in fashion, I find myself constantly being disorientated by this thuggish behaviour.

I feel a blog post coming on, to post to the world. Great. Technology. Puts you in touch with like-minded people who have similar agendas to my own. Nice to know...

lil_moomin

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Re: Anti-lesbianism. Again.
« Reply #1 on: Jun 22, 2016, 10:14:17 AM »
To be honest I've had issues with taxi drivers. I used to get picked up from a gay club with one of my friends and we'd be asked questions like "hasn't a man ever made you cum then?" and shit like that. It got tiring and felt pretty horrible. I think because of that I wouldn't get a taxi from a gay venue and would walk down to a theatre or somewhere now. The times I've had recently with taxis around here (no gay venues) have been totally fine.

Lydia

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Re: Anti-lesbianism. Again.
« Reply #2 on: Jun 22, 2016, 01:41:43 PM »
It's amazing that in this modern, contemporary 'liberated' society, that so many people, including females, are quite ignorant on the subject of lesbianism.

It beggars belief that folks are so naive, or f____cked up in their own sexual games, that one whiff of an actual feline that welcomes contact from other felines, is deduced as a matter to salivate over...

Come on, boys, especially. If you are that turned on by lesbian's, why don't you join us? Can't hurt you, can it...? Sprinkle some fairy dust onto over your life, and become a 'fully paid up member...'. Loads have taken the plunge. Be plucky, men..!

lil_moomin

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Re: Anti-lesbianism. Again.
« Reply #3 on: Jun 22, 2016, 04:31:16 PM »
This was a guy taxi driver. I'd LOVE to have a female taxi driver... I even looked up stuff around here to see if there were any companies but there didn't seem to be any.

But yeah, some people do seem to have some quite old fashioned beliefs about it.

I remember someone at my old job being scared of lesbians in case they "looked at her boobs"

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Re: Anti-lesbianism. Again.
« Reply #4 on: Jun 22, 2016, 05:27:11 PM »
Mint, wow. Just wow. What was she scared of exactly? Did she think lesbian lasers would shoot out of their eyes?  ;)

My gf and I were actually told by a taxi driver that a gay club we asked to go to, didn't exist. It does.
When we questioned him, he got quite arsey, so we just decided to go somewhere else to avoid any hassle.

Lydia

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Re: Anti-lesbianism. Again.
« Reply #5 on: Jun 22, 2016, 05:43:22 PM »
Yeah. I've looked up certain professions just to see if there are any female traders in amongst the males. They are much more easier to engage with, than hostile, hairy males.

I'm sure I read online somewhere that there was a cab company that specialised in female drivers. Not sure where that was, or how long ago I saw that.

Just thinking. If it is bad for lesbian's, and women, in general, too, then how must it be for female cab drivers, or bus drivers? They must really get it 'in the neck..'. This world baffles me. The complexity of human engagement. There must be a simplier way of communicating with 'the other side...?'. Who knows..?