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.
We've all heard the saying, what she doesn't know won't hurt her. I don't believe that and neither should you. Lies destroy lives. Let me tell you how.
From the very beginning, she made it clear that food was one of her top three pleasures in life. It turns out that enjoying a good home-cooked meal is one of the passions we share and so it is not surprising that food has been central to our relationship. In fact, knowing how to cook played a big part in me stealing her heart.
When Sheena and LauShaune, a married black lesbian couple from San Diego, Calif., selected a school for their 5-year-old daughter to attend kindergarten this fall, they didn't expect that she would be sent back home. After all, they had sent her to the same school, Mount Erie Christian Academy, for preschool and summer school without a problem.
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.