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The lesbian politics of utopian socialism: The abused have become the abusers.
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The lesbian politics of utopian socialism: The abused have become the abusers.

History has not been taken as a lesson that should be remembered, learnt and avoid past errors but we are far too careless and ignorant to take responsibility. The lesbian community was one of acceptance and played a leading role in tolerance from the 1950’s until the late 2000’s. There were two descriptive characters to name the limited variety of lesbian brackets: The famed feminist fems who were renown for their trails of heartbreaks and social justice fights and the butch who resembled the manners of a gentleman with a slight touch of roughness around the edges. The community then could be described as an embracing entity compared to today’s need of approval. What was once a welcoming and tolerant scenery has become a mere snub in the dark, where one has to behave, think and l...
Cropped haircuts and political idiocy – Pt. 2
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Cropped haircuts and political idiocy – Pt. 2

Let’s break down the myth that the right Honourable Jeremy Corbyn is a friend of the community. Mr Corbyn has shared platforms with Islamic cleric Sheik Raed Salah, who has called for all homosexuals to be thrown off rooftops, political activist Abu Jaja who demanded that homosexuals have their throats slit from left to right, the three meetings with the Islamic government of Tunisia who have implemented homosexuality as a punishable crime, the multiple private gatherings with the ex leader of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who publicly hanged homosexuals while Corbyn was and still is on Iran’s payroll and last but not least a large donation to the Labour party by the world renown Holocaust denier David Irwin was gracefully accepted (you can imagine what his stance would be on homosexua...
Cropped haircuts and political idiocy – Pt.1
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Cropped haircuts and political idiocy – Pt.1

So, if I don't look like that, does it mean I'm less lesbian than you? Today’s statement on what a lesbian must look like has been thwarted and dismembered by the ‘lesbian fashionistas’. Their statement does not cease at fashion but overlaps to what you should weigh and the requirement of lesbian behaviour. Dress codes change through time but the disputed distinctive lesbian look is today’s glorified symbol: Cropped haircuts, baggy clothes and bright or dark colours are acceptable. You cannot appear to symbolise femininity as the fight of lesbianism has shadowed the feminine ways of so many of us. To look, behave and to speak as a woman would be nothing more than traitorous and controversial to the movement. A minority of disregarded lesbians such as myself would class the lesbia...
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