Why do lesbians take more time to realise they’re homosexual?

Why do lesbians take more time to realise they’re homosexual?

You might be well accustomed with the phrase “compulsory heterosexuality” if you’re a member of the LGBT+ community, or conceivably even just a tremendously good ally,. Perchance you’ve tried it to describe why you felt coerced into dating another sex in university, or perhaps you’ve muttered it as you passed by a little babe putting on a garmet emblazoned using the words “lady killer” or something like that similarly fatuous.

It’s a term frequently used to convey exactly just how straightness is enforced by patriarchal culture, and a regular subject of discourse among queer people. Continue reading Why do lesbians take more time to realise they’re homosexual?