Dear Ask a Lesbian: I'm in my mid 30s. I'm grown, make good money, established and confident. I recently realized that I want my partner to bring as much as…
Dating is hard these days and if you’re dating interracially, it can be harder to stay true to you. In an interracial relationship, normal relationship issues can be compounded by the stress of difference and discrimination. Three black and/or mixed race women share their tips for successfully remaining black and proud while loving a non-black partner.
Why do lesbians feel the need to move on so quickly after a relationship ends? You have one person who leaves the relationship and runs off into the sunset with someone new, and you have the other person who’s left picking up the pieces of their shattered heart. Social media sites like Instagram and Facebook have become a hub for lesbians to post about whoever the current love of their life is this week.
It is easy to be labeled as either a “doormat” or a “bitch.” And we have this idea that women just seem to like those “bitches!” The truth is, women don't really like “bitches,” they like women who are real. So let's see how you can find a way to blend these two extremes into your life and find the balance that you seek.
I'm 45 and my partner is 10 years younger than me. Why? As I get older, women my age tend to be more conservative, stop doing new things and frankly become boring. My life doesn't end because I hit middle age. As a matter of fact, now that I’ve survived some difficult things in life, I’m even more committed to living the life that I truly want. My friends agree. Here is what they had to say.
It seems like attractive, healthy, sweet, caring, professionally employed, god-fearing black lesbians like Channing are ONLY capable of attracting crazy, violent, drug abusing women.
You’re not happy with your sex life. Her children are rude as hell. She disrespected you some how. You're feeling jealous or insecure about another person in her life. You want her to contribute more to the bills. Or you were snooping in her phone and discovered something shocking.
Love is a beautiful thing, but not all black lesbians are looking for it. In our new feature, Sappho's Salon, four women tell us why they believe so many lesbians remain single.