I'm sure you've guessed that my name is not actually Bob. My name is Kaitlyn, nice to meet you. I'm sure you know 3+ of us. According to Google, there's 660 variations of my name.
(Where are my Caitlyn, Caitlin, and Katlynn's at???)
My Ex-Boyfriend is Gay?!
My ex-boyfriend and I came out of the closet together. It wasn’t at all intentional, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I didn’t find any humor in it until our mutual friends started to make jokes about it. Now it’s one of the funniest coincidences of my life. The only guy I’ve ever dated ended up coming out as a feminine gay male. And I came out as a lesbian. If that doesn’t show you that I like a more feminine quality in my partners then I don’t know what will.
How to Survive a Girls ONLY Slumber Party -
It’s me again—your friendly neighborhood lesbian. In this post, I’d like to talk about internalized homophobia. The best way to define internalized homophobia is the involuntary tendency of LGBTQ+ individuals to invalidate and marginalize themselves and others. Often these individuals suffer from emotional distress, and shame, and are overall unhappy with themselves. There’s no specific age range for who can be affected and most people aren’t even self-aware of it.