W hen I was in school a few decades ago, it was standard to be called a lesbian if you so much as kicked a football back to a boy in the playground. See also: the pinging of bra straps. Well, here we are in , which in many ways is just an endless gif of a football whacking your outraged teenage head which — ha! Darcie, from Monmouthshire in Wales, has reportedly been told by PE teachers that she cannot play football as a recommended sport at school. Gender stereotyping never looked so unoriginal. Then there is the recreational world, where golf remains the preserve of men and women do less exercise.
Fact Two: My favorite color is purple, but my writing is gray. Life is not black and white. I often write about issues and characters where there is no "right" answer. This is a compilation of nine lesbian short stories and totals about 21, words. Rachel has no choice; otherwise Jessica will do the asking, and Rachel has no intention of humiliating the old woman. Turns out maybe Jessica's idea was not so bad after all.
Earlier this year, my year-old came home from school and told me that one of her sixth grade friends had come out to her. Then I asked, Do you have any crushes? I laughed. Hashtag middle school, amIrite?
Cancel anytime. A cute, young woman starting her first job in an office typing pool quickly finds out that the other older women working there are interested in more than her secretarial skills. They invite her out for a drink after work, and when she gets a little tipsy, she ends up having some sexual fun. This story is a work of fiction, contains sex scenes, and is suitable for adults only. All characters are fictional and are 18 years or older.