Our lesbian history/herstory is rich and exciting. Like straight women, lesbians have been given second place to men’s achievements. Lesbians have been queens, inventors, scientists, Nobel Prize winners and astronauts. Sally Ride was the first American woman (and first lesbian) in space and she commanded a NASA space shuttle. More and more women are coming out as “lesbians” in sports, in movies, on television and as television news reporters and broadcasters. We are everywhere, so don’t let anyone put you down or tell you that you are ‘second-class’ or unnatural. We have existed since the dawn of civilization. We may have been forced to marry, but we have always found ourselves finding women to love and to be loved in return.
My Blog http://stories4hotbloodedlesbians.com
I have joined a group of dedicated lesbians who wish to use the internet to promote and record the genuine and exciting lives of lesbians in history/herstory. As I research, I find new ‘rainbow sisters’ to celebrate. From looking at the flags representing the visitors world-wide, I realize that lesbians, in repressive homophobic countries, need to know of their rich and varied heritage.
Be Proud – Lesbian Woman/Teen
Take a look at my home page. You will recognize many celebrities that are lesbians – but you will also see that lesbians have been killed for their sexual orientation. If you live in a homophobic country, be careful – be safe. However, rejoice in your sexual orientation – that cannot be changed. You, like me, were born gay.
So, welcome to my blog page and read what interests you. I am striving to portray lesbians in different countries and in all walks of life. I am painfully aware of rainbow sisters who struggle in violent homophobic countries. Hold your head high – be proud, but be careful.
With fondest love,