[image: crinkled paper bag background. text: “I’m a lesbian and I’m Happily in love with my girlfriend.
But I secretly hate I can’t be a ‘man’ for her. I’m not transgender, I’m just scared we won’t be able to physically and emotionally connect during sex because I don’t have a penis.”]
I don’t appreciate some of the comments on this one—it isn’t as easy as “stop hating lesbians.” Sexuality is complex, as is all the feelings towards and about it. Personally, I’d like to have interchangeable genitals. Being a ciswoman, I would sometimes like to have a penis. That doesn’t mean I think of lesbian sex as “less real” or “less important.” I certainly don’t think we could connect better if we were hetero, as this secret says, but everyone is sexually limited. Recognizing that doesn’t mean I value heteros more (since they are limited, too).
I’m most envious of the characters in Zerophilia.