lesbian

All Adjective Noun
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  • Shortly thereafter she became involved in several lesbian affairs in her private life.
  • She also came out as a lesbian at the time of the release of that album.
  • I am going to sing lesbian love songs and support gay rights no matter what.
  • When he came out as lesbian to his parents they placed him in a mental institution.
  • The women who were separated from women run after their own kind, thus creating lesbians.
  • When asked if they were lesbians, they always said they only "loved each other".
  • It also is revealed that she is in a lesbian relationship with her as well.
  • Women were heavily involved in lesbian rights and civil rights throughout the 1950s.
  • Gay men and lesbians may, through the use of language, form speech communities.
  • Lesbians have always been a part of society all over the world, whether their presence was prominent or not.
  • During this time Johnson also declared herself a lesbian and began a relationship with a woman.
  • However, its structure eventually evolved into a focus on following a set group of lesbian characters.
  • Gradually, women began to author their own thoughts and literary works about lesbian relationships.
  • I have family members myself who are gay and lesbian, so it's part of our lives.
  • Lesbians also became somewhat more prominent in literature at this time.
  • As a working class lesbian, I thought I had finally found a political movement which included me.
  • In her personal life, it is possible that she was lesbian.
  • The results also pointed towards lesbians having a poor relationship with their fathers.
  • The former novel is known for its happy ending, the first of its kind in lesbian fiction.
  • Lesbians had some success in being integrated into religious life in the 1980s.
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Words starting with lesbian

Synonyms of lesbian

Meaning of lesbian

  • noun A female homosexual
  • noun A resident of lesbos