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.
It’s quarantine, y’all. So many of us are trapped inside and doing a lot of looking out the window for entertainment, but queer women have always seemed to add a signature move when it comes to gazing out of that sweet, shiny glass: yearning. It could be for a lover of the past that you never got to caress, a lover of the present that you might never get to caress again, or a future lover that you might never get to caress at all. Here are 5 windows (and a few bonuses) that are decidedly the best for gazing out of and yearning:
“I really wanted to see that 11 year old girl skate,” said Marley Motton. “I don’t know how to skate, but I dress like an 11 year old skateboarder, and it would’ve been so meaningful to see someone who looks like me compete at the Olympic Games.”
Lesbians Marcia Lopply and Kit Foster celebrated their six-month anniversary by filing for domestic partnership, or as they call it: “getting 90s gay married.” “It’s just nice to have to so many rights that we can have this ‘retro’ reception as not our only option,” said the Lopply-Fosters, at the same time.