Experiences of Being a Feminine Lesbian

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Just a quick post to let you know I have made a video about Femme Visibility, basically combining my Huffington posts and talking about it instead.  Hope that you enjoy! 

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  1. Such a great video, Megan, and such wonderful insight for others! Very well spoken...I can only imagine the some of the additional struggles you must face, but love that you are out there talking about things! I only hope that there will be a day when people just realize that who a person is has nothing to do with their religion, their background, their skin color, their sex, etc...to me I have such a hard time realizing how people see anyone as different, wrong or less than, I can't fathom it! Good for you for all that you and Whitney are doing and the awareness you are bringing! :)

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    1. Thanks so much Liesl, you're such a darling!! I can't fathom it either. M x

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  2. Great video Megan! It's a great tool for us straight folks to use when defending those we love. My cousin Cassie is a beautiful woman inside and out; a true girly girl. That won't/can't change because of the sex of the person she loves. That's just who Cassie is. I love that you gave me your perspective instead of my being stuck trying to imagine how you feel. :o)

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    1. Thanks Chris!! Great to get a straight guy's perspective on it and also glad I could enlighten you :) M x

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  3. Hey Megan, I have just come across your blog recently, after finding your videos on youtube through Kaelyn and Lucy. I love the femme visibility campaign! I wanted to get your opinion on something, if it is a situation you have been in. Recently I have found that the more femme I dress when I go out, the more likely I am to get unwanted attention from men. Maybe I go to the wrong places, but this attention is rarely conversation, and is usually a guy smacking me on the backside as I walk past. This ruined a night for me recently and got to the point where I had to talk myself down from punching him in the back (I only didn't do it because I was scared of getting arrested). Nearly everyone I know is straight and most of my friends don't understand where I'm coming from when i explain how upset this makes me. I would really appreciate your input; have you been in a similar situation? How does it make you feel?

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