Really! We Don’t Mind

Occasionally in America, normally due to some instigation by LGBT Social Justice Warriors, the topic of homosexual public displays of affection (PDAs) comes up. Most recently it was due to Hillary Clinton’s queer outreach campaign ad, which made a few ripples in that conversation.

What the topic, conversation, and whining always avoids though is the simple fact that what few complaints are actually made against queer PDAs are almost universally gendered. In other words, while two men lip-locking may well engender derision, two women kissing, even unto the point of some serious snogging, is rarely a cause for complaint.

Simply put, if it’s two women kissing and they’re not butt ugly – and yes, we often complain about butt ugly hetero couples’ PDAs too – we don’t mind. Really! We don’t!

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Girls Kissing Girls? Really! We Don’t Mind At All

Honestly, the various and sundry complaints that the lesbians make about reactions to their kissing in public are equal parts ridiculous, hilarious, and annoying due to the total fallacy of them.

I’m well past being young and the meme of young women “experimenting” in college long predates me and has rarely raised anything but a titillated eyebrow. And that has expanded to the not particularly ranted against LUGs. Indeed, the socialization and mainstreaming of lesbianism has reached the point where “Barsexuals” are the norm in clubs instead of the rarity worthy of any particular note.

And, as for the pornography industry, sadly almost always a good indicator of what is and/or will be the sexual norm, girl-on-girl was for decades the number sub-genre of porn…until it became so mainstreamed that it largely stopped being a sub-genre and became a de rigueur inclusion in most non-genre specific porn films and videos.

Yeah, the evidence supports the theory that, by and large, we don’t mind seeing two women kiss or, more accurately, we don’t mind it any more than we do a subjectively as attractive heterosexual couple doing so . In a lot of cases, we actively enjoy it.

In a twisted point of fact, the one’s most likely to complain about to women kissing in public are the lesbians. They have a deep-seated problem with women of insufficient “lesbian cred” doing so. Then, lesbians have a long history of despising bisexual women too so their attitude and derision is, at least, consistent with their pathology.

Related Reading:

Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment: Practice Exercises for the NCLEX Examination, 3e
PDA--personal death awareness
Histories and Fallacies: Problems Faced in the Writing of History
Kissing Doorknobs (Laurel-Leaf Books)
Exegetical Fallacies

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2 Responses to “Really! We Don’t Mind”

  1. Flaxen Saxon Says:

    Indeed. We do not mind at all, in fact in my judicial lexicon it should be compulsory, unless they be the fat, short haired ugly variety, then it should be illegal- tis already an ordinance in my judicial lexicon. And yes, I should be allowed to watch.

    How many lezzas does it take to change a light bulb……..

  2. jonolan Says:

    Hehe…Well, we’ll have to disagree on making it a formal, legal requirement but, it’s hardly a significant point since it’s already pretty close to being an implicit cultural requirement. But don’t tell that to the angsty lesbians. They need that feeling of oppression that they’ve generate for themselves in order to feel good.

    Oh, and it’s four; one to change it, two to organize the potluck, and one to write a folk song about the empowering experience.

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