On Lesbian Solo Travel

Published Date Author: , April 29th, 2015

Dani at Globetrotter Girls

Be warned, this is a bit of a rant…

Whenever I travel with another girl and a guy tries to chat me / us up, all I have to say is ‘I’m gay.’ Or ‘She’s my girlfriend.’ Or ‘We’re together.‘ And I’m being left alone. As simple as that.

Traveling solo, however, is a completely different story. Whenever I tell a dude I’m gay, I get responses like:

‘I don’t believe you.’

‘No, you’re not a lesbian!’

‘Are you sure you’re a lesbian?!’

And my favorite one, which I am sure every lesbian on the planet has heard at least once in her life:

‘Maybe you just haven’t found the right guy yet.’

Excuse me for a minute, I have to go throw up.

By Dani – Full Story at Globetrotter Girls

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rboggio115@aol.com Roger said on May 2, 2015, 9:00 pm:

I’ve been gay since I was born. As I got older (with a husband now for 39 years) I would work with women who I enjoyed talking to. When I would say that I like to go to a certain town (presumably gay) they would say “Are you gay?” I would say yes. That never changed anything. We are still good friends. What’s the problem?

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