Lesbian chic. The L Word features several thin lesbians with long hair? Autostraddle knows. And actually … not all of our picks fit that mold anyhow. So let us revel in our stylish mainstream acceptable moment.
8 Hideous And Cringe-Worthy Rookie Lesbian Fashion Mistakes I Made In My 20s
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As a queer community, this past month has shown us some of the lowest lows and highest highs we've ever had, and the rainbow spotlight aimed at my gay family forced me into contemplative headspace—one my sheltered baby butch brain rarely roams as I lumber around the big old city, as dumbly accepted as just another odd millennial. It got me thinking about how, as lesbians, myself and my peers have typically been viewed by society. Watch now: A Weekend at the Biggest Lesbian Party in the World Sartorially speaking, we get a pretty bad rap; too often, we're boiled down to our most basic binary of butch and femme. But as a lifetime member of the lesbian community, I've spent my best years surrounded by women who span a massive spectrum of identity and style. This year, after the biggest Pride New York City has ever seen, I felt inspired to put together my own take in a taxonomic style guide to the nuances of gay girl style.
When I first came out I had a major, debilitating, all-consuming fashion identity crisis. I was a girly-girl. She stared at me accusingly and walked away.