Over a period of a few months, the BBC spoke to dozens of young lesbians in a country where homosexuality is illegal. They told us about their day-to-day lives and how they use secret memes to connect with each other on social media platforms and chat apps. We have substituted those images with that of a violet for the purpose of this report. The women are in high spirits, chatting animatedly, playfully sketching patterns on each other using body paint, and sharing a picnic. They meet once a month, in different places. Sometimes in public but mostly behind closed doors. Most of them are wearing jeans and T-shirts in various colours, patterns and styles. The T-shirts are important because printed on each one is a discreet, matching symbol. Something only they understand.
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An erotic lesbian bundle, featuring mature women who find love and lust in taking a lesbian lover for the first time! This pack features three stores that are currently available individually, but are collected here for your reading pleasure! She's been divorced and her boyfriend isn't take care of her needs. In this time of confusion, a beautiful woman moves in next door, and re-ignites her bi-curiosity. What happens next surprises her; is she going to find love in an unexpected place? Lesbian Awakenings: Trisha's Story Part One : Trisha is bored; her husband works long hours and is constantly away on business trips. When he's home, he isn't interested in her. To spice things up, Trisha decides to take some pictures of herself and put them online.
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By Kim Parker. A deliciously sexy collection of three straight to the point lesbian erotic stories! Note: These stories are also available individually.
When Meredith Baxter went public about being a lesbian two months ago — at age 62, after three marriages and five children — she became a poster senior for a trend that seems to be growing. As being gay has gained more acceptance in the culture at large, fewer gays and lesbians have felt the need to be closeted. But we seem to hear a lot more often about middle-aged women who have married and raised families announcing they are lesbians than we hear about men in the same situation coming out as gay. That percentage grows to more than half for lesbians in their 50s, and 75 percent for those 60 and older. Baxter, who has been with her partner for four years, came out at a later age than most, but her experience is typical of the most common pattern: She met someone and fell in love, rather than suddenly realizing she was gay after all those years. The book is based on her study of women over 10 years. Women in the throes of transition will say it was totally unexpected, that it happens to you like the weather, not like something you can control. A lot of them have actively tried to resist it and failed. Our society equates change and choice, suggesting that all change happens willfully, which defies everything we know about development.