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I wish i could see what these screenshots say.

Also, I was curious how bad it is over on that sub so I checked it not and yall really weren't kidding. It's literally all men. If someone's labeled as "lesbian" instead of "transbian', you can tell they're not as soon as you click their profile lol

Went to the original to read them, because it's still up. It basically says stuff like "I'm not a bottom, i'm a touch-starved switch" or "I'm not a bottom, I'm a touch-starved top" and then someone else in the comment will replt something like "pets you" or "[strokes through your hair]" or "who's my good girl" or some other cringey little roleplay tag and the other person replies something again like "ok maybe I'm a bottom" or "I'm the good girl". paraphrasing bc it frankly isn't worth transcribing lmao

Do lesbians ever actually talk like that? That sounds just like how every weird, anime addicted gamer dude ever talked to me when they were trying to...flirt or something and it's weird and cringey af..

No woman I've ever been involved with tried to talk to me like that lol

[–] mrsmeyers 40 points Edited

Do lesbians ever actually talk like that?

No. We do not.

Nope. We surely don't, but men think we do, so that's all that really matters in the end, right? lol.

Not this bad, but I do have a lesbian friend younger than me (she's like just turned 19 or 20?) And she says some things that sound a bit male-influenced. She's very nerdy and loves online games so I do wonder if she's gotten the impression lesbians are supposed to say certain things from growing up around that content. even if she's not like fully doing cringey headpat RP or anything that bizarre, she says certain phrases or slang that I think have male influence :( so even if these things aren't women's inventions, I think they do affect how young girls think lesbians are supposed to act :(