NYC local, waitress, and lesbian Lindsay Cohen shocked her friends and family upon revealing she planned to tune into the upcoming 17th season of the popular medical drama Grey’s Anatomy this November, “there have been a few lesbian characters over the years, and who knows, maybe they’ll come back!”
A man trying to flirt with two women he saw together at The Rub Down Bar is slowly starting to piece the scenario together, confirmed an amused bartender.
As the coronavirus pandemic forces people across the world to stay home, many quarantined lesbians have turned their attention toward nesting. “I think this needs more houseplants,” lesbian Cara Martin said while putting down a bed of twigs in her living room.
After the recent split of Cara Delevigne and Ashley Benson, queer women everywhere are forced to ask themselves if love is even real anymore. They are also forced to ask themselves who these women are, and what do they do?
A team of John Hopkins medical researchers brought in a group of lesbians to discuss the orgasm gap—the phenomenon of heterosexual men orgasming 95% of the time compared to heterosexual women’s 65%. However, the participants not only failed to understand the concept, but kept getting distracted by their own climaxing.