Please welcome our newest ThreeWay chatter, Professor C, in her lesbian processing gangbang debut! Oh yeah, baby! We're talking FOURWAY chat...
Professor C: Oh, wow. This is high tech.
KL: How hot is this?!!!
Julia: I love this! It's an old-timey chat room.
Professor C: It's cool, but I wish we had a hot tub.
KL: I'm eating a fistful of almonds. What are we talking about in here?
Amy: Spit it out, Julia.
Julia: Okay, today we're talking about the cultural divide between butch-femme lesbians and garden variety lesbians.
KL: Oh, Jesus. My wet dream.
Professor C: You mean lesbians who garden?
Julia: Yes, precisely.
KL: Butches and femmes sure as hell don't garden. It's too fey for butches, too unladylike for femmes.
Amy: Ummm, yes we do!
KL: Well, if you do garden, it should be your dirty little secret. It's on par with rock-climbing or batiking large sheets of cloth.
Amy: (By garden I mean reap what Ali sows in our garden. Meaning she plants and I eat.)
Julia: Ha ha. Okay, so here at Vp we have lesbians who identify within butch-femme and lesbians who don’t. There's been a lot of controversy in our online community arising out of folks from these different camps misunderstanding or just not getting where each other are coming from.
KL: Butches and femmes are such assholes.
Batiking and you; all that's missing here is a lavendar labrys tattoo.
Professor C: Hahaha.
KL: But we're right, you know?
Julia: How are we assholes, and how are we right? (LoL)
KL: We're assholes because we're all homophobic, no matter how hard we try to intellectualize it, and we're right because it's just hotter.
Professor C: Garden variety masculinity and femininity are kind of boring.
Professor C: Gender’s better when it's over the top and annoying. Or distracting, rather.
KL: YES. aka Diana.
Professor C: I prefer genders that are distracting from the everyday.
Julia: Yes. Genders that are larger than life.
KL: But then why do straight-up Melissa Ferrick lesbians loathe us so? And vice versa?
Julia: I have a theory about that, Katie.
Amy: MF lezzies. Perfect.
Professor C: They think butch-femme is constraining and labels freak them out.
Julia: Exactly. I think they feel pressured, too, to pick "a label" that doesn't