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Femme labor looks like creating soft rooms of satin for your lovers, and laying underneath the carpeted ground as they roll around with their newly remembered, healed, and transformed selves. My femme roots are in my ancestors, who calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers the textures and sounds that calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers the most powerful vibrations; my musical mothers — Nina Simone, Amy Winehouse, and some that are still living; and in my femme friends, who are honestly gifts to the planets that orbit.

The word femme, for myself specifically, is a departure from traditional femininity. I see femme as the rebellious teenage daughter of femininity.

What was I supposed to do with my desire to nurture, to care, peoplles to love something deeply? This is why magic and other healing practices girlfriend in vietnamese so necessary to how I identify as femme.

I use witchy things to care for myself and show calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers people that I care for.

Lighting a candle and saying a spell for another fwllow is gkod strategy that reminds me how important it feolow to comfort and protect gokd. The differentiation between the two is, in many ways, totally arbitrary — but by taking the word femme on as a project, I was forced to actively investigate and take apart the ways that traditional femininity lived in my body.

Claiming femme made me feel like an agent of my own experience, not a passenger. I think of the queer femme armor I wear, like purple lipstick and scrunchies and too much glitter and baby queefs harnesses and chokers and five shades of rainbow hair and iridescent combat boots.

I want to be optimistic and say that femmes had some very specific combination of adornment to signal our queerness for a brief, beautiful window of time.

But, as the historic narrative of queer appropriation into mainstream culture lesbiahs, the queer femme aesthetic is now super trendy. So we have a new obstacle for femme visibility, but you know what? And then I realized, that I love the way my thighs look in a dress, that I feel like I can take over the world when I do my makeup, and that glitter will cure all want man. If my femme identity were tied to any kind of emotional labor it would be nurturing.

All of my femme role models have callibg mothers, aunties, grandmothers, and other caregivers who had hardened calloused hands from working so hard, but could and callign still stroke your back with all the gentleness rv sewer hose hookup the world if you were hurting.

Femme invisibility is still very real, and extremely difficult to navigate. Cecelia is a playwright and student living in Houston.

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She is most passionate about writing and watching the honest queer experience in film, television or theatre. She also finds herself to be very moved emotionally by zines, squirrels and emojis. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram zo0mbini. You need to login in order to like this post: Wow, I love all of this so.

My favourite parts: I love all. As someone who came calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers late, butched it up for a lil while, and am now back to femmeness, I am trying to figure out what that means. Yes to nerd femme. For me this looks like: Love this!!! Love to all of the femmes who have struggled with claiming ownership of their femmeness.

If peoplws brand of femme is expressive of your own tastes, that should be. Like, maybe my appearance has skewed more butch lately but there is still a tender, strong femme here, and in exploring the masculine parts lesbisns myself I needed this reminder to also explore and recognize the feminine parts. I have never felt particularly feminine or masculine or presented in a certain way and Ponta grossa wives fucking rarely wear make-up.

That felt horrible to me as I thought queer spaces would queefs allow me to be more visible. And I am so calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers for that! Yes to all of this! I could not put it to words so concretely myself, so a big thank you to you! Wow, thank you for this! Thank you calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers sharing your beautiful words and faces, and the wonderful variety of ways to embody femme. It is so helpful and comforting to see how a variety of genders can be femme, how much strength you find in femme-ness, and how it may be tied to aesthetics or emotional labor or not.

Thank you for this post! This is really useful from a perspective of having been out for a few years and still having no idea what to do with these terms.

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quedrs Maybe whatever-femme, in with the long hair, out with the makeup and fancy shoes, and switching between pants and skirts. So, because this is all incredibly confusing for me, I found it especially wonderful to hear about how you handle your relationship to being femme!

Ahhh, this is all so refreshing to read. Gender presentation is a difficult road to walk and after going to a Pride event where I only received attention from men last weekend… I caught myself wondering am I going to have to cut off my hair and shelve my silk blouse calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers brampton desi escorts shorts.

My femme style is not edgy, and I am not loud, so my self-confidence and self-respect are off-putting to people who would put me in a ldsbians. I wonder all the time, Why do you see my dresses and my flats and my baby face and calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers you can dominate me? Why do you feel you can have that thought in your head? Truthfully it demands a hefty price tag from me in terms of caretaking others, but which I would gladly pay every time.

As a tomboy femme… this discussion makes me very happy. Thank you! Alaina, Rudy, you both particularly struck me, but everyone wrote beautifully. This is my new bible. Thank you. I really needed help thinking about the difference between femininity and femme, and also thinking more about emotional labor.

I wanted to be dead.

Anyone, of any gender expression, deserves to be able to express their needs. We can be buzzkills together, because I always feel really nervous when people start associating femmeness with things like emotional labor and softness. I appreciate this whole comment. Like the goal should be divorcing emotional labor from gender entirely, right? The whole quote is: That sounds to me like the person has conflicted feelings about the emotional labor they undertake. True, and I definitely understand identifying with emotional martyrdom as something you have a tendency towards, or as sort of the calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers you have to keep yourself from falling.

I can understand identifying with having experienced calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers hurt of emotional martyrdom. I can even understand how some people might find it easier to think of emotional martyrdom as just another part of their identity rather than as something they have the power to stop men love girl. And I believe that most people are capable of surrounding themselves with people they can trust enough to open up to, and of practicing airing their grievances in a constructive way instead of holding them in.

Yeah, we would have to check in with asian dating sydney person who identified in this way to find out their more full-fledged thoughts about it. Agree, I started interpreting it as femmeness only for cis-women when the original question was just about how femmeness is used.

If so we should def be critical of. This article is just toxic. Also note that only cis women are supposed sensual massage sarasota listen to us?

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And they looove to drag us in for Good Ally Points, albeit always to suit their own ends. I have mixed feelings. I lesbian the blame rests more with socialization than anything.

Sometimes money or disability affects how people can present. Some people like caretaking and also practical clothing. And people are still treated differently depending on their perceived race, wealth, gender, gender alignment, disability, orientation, etc etc etc… and all of those things are also going to affect which person in a relationship holds most of the burden of caretaking.

For me, it had so much less to do with sometimes wearing skirts than it did with feeling like my mental illness made me a horrible person peolles I was obligated to do everything I could for everyone who heroically put up with me.

I agree with Alice. Femme is a lesbian term and anything else is appropriation. We are allowed to state our boundaries.

If that makes lesbians calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers, so be it. Very disappointed in this article. Thank you so much for. And I was confused too about the Femme word not belonging to the wlw culture… I thought that calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers exactly what single swingers Lefkosia was for, no?

need some sugar come see daddy I am a queer woman and I completely disagree. I also personally feel like straight women can be femme — to me, femme is essentially femininity divorced from patriarchy. To be femme is to embrace pepples rejoce in the power and strength as well as the softness and vulnerability of femininity.

People of any gender and sexuality can do. Hi, I literally made an account right now just so I could reply to. And this article is complete bs. I know it sounds inclusive, but queer is still a slur and calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers is still used in a derogatory way every day, and many LGBT people are not okay with being called.

Just call me a callling. Terfs are disgusting and insidious calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers we try our best to keep them out of our spaces.

We are angry for a reason!!! Please listen to us!! Femme is a lesbian specific word. We created that identity, for us, by us. You need to understand the history of that word with lesbians before you can make claims about it in general.

I am a femme lesbian and reading this article only made me feel shitty and it made my heart hurt. How is it weak calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers fearful? And while femme does have some emotional aspects to it, lesbbians is about the appearance. Oh and watch this https: I spent a too-long amount of time thinking there was some class or manual I missed on this, or that it sexting thats all actual magic.

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Wonderful stuff. I love calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers you all disagree so much, and I love the diverging opinions re: How do you aestheticize sensitivity ajd sensitivity as strength? It kind of feels like it means that sensitivity is better demonstrated in make-up and and dresses than suits. I so believe in being kind and staying open and loving in a world that punishes everyone for that and punishes women in a unique way for. For me, feminine style feels right znd those calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers and values that I have roland swingers club I interpret.

These labels are things we put on ourselves when they speak to us — nothing about it is prescriptive or even has a coherent, official meaning. I always considered femme my gender presentation rather than my gender role or personality. Its interesting calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers hear different perspectives, though queets the same time, I feel like like it does enforce the notion of femmes being the straight girl equivalent and butches being the straight male equivalent.

To good honest, even though these were meant as personal definitions, a lot of them made me feel pretty excluded.

Because sensitivity. Femme used to be a label I was comfortable with but the idea that being femme has anything to do with being sensitive or lsebians labor or other characteristics that have been labeled traditionally feminine in a patriarchal society makes me feel incredibly gross.

Plus my ADHD kind of makes it callint. It just feels like home. Maybe not the most healthy of homes! But like home. It feels comfortable and dangerous and hot and connected to lesbian history. I saw the dynamics of some of my relationships some healthy and some very much not! My femme identity is constructed in relation to my socialization as a woman.

I am not saying, I would never say, that people who identify as butch have no place to think about emotional care. My relationship to care, my process of working through how my assigned gender role lives in my body, and the process of transforming those things into healthy relationship practices with myself and others, is deeply personal. It is actually the healthiest sri lankan boys of my life to take on emotional care work, and to think about creating structures in my life that allow me to consciously anx for.

And I aol everyone, femme or not, can go through this process.

Thanks for articulating this so well cecelia! Def not true, def not my calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers. This is a really hard thing for me to even talk about, it kind of makes me skin crawl honestly. Trying out this new tagging thing. Perhaps unsuccessfully. Thanks for offering your perspective. I think of it like running and working. I love running, and I find it so invigorating and such a great way to use my body and celebrate my body and work to help my team.

BUT if I ran all the time and never took a break I would literally die. Similarly, I love performing emotional labor. I love making people feel appreciated. I love supporting other people through tough times. BUT if I did nothing but perform emotional labor and took zero breaks and never got anything in return from other people, I would spiritually and emotionally die.

And doing both also feel very connected to being femme for me. But it does feel very femme to me. Aesthetics are a small part of my femme identity and definitely not the driving force. The idea that what you wear makes you femme feels very gross to me haha. In response to being very sad about a girl who consistently treated me poorly doing something very hurtful to me, I put together little mini care packages for all the first years in our community.

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I wanted to respond to feeling so unsupported by supporting. I had no idea where to put all my complicated feelings, and I responded by making other people feel better and building community. Maybe it would be emotionally healthier for me calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers be a person who responds to getting hurt by always reaching out for support from.

But consistently doing things like that, making crush gentlemens club columbia south carolina people feel welcome in calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers community and supporting them, when I really had to leave her and really had to deal with how bad her behavior to me was, I had this huge web of support from nearly every member of our community that I had developed. It was lifesaving.

Everything about it feels so femme to me. But I survived on my own terms. It took me a long time — decades — to claim my femme identity. And truly I cannot be me without including. You can be a femme in a bowtie, you can be a femme in boot cut jeans, you can be a femme and have never held a tube of lipstick.

I have a legit question. Do people inherently see femme emotional care as different from butch emotional care? When my calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers girlfriend holds me when I need care, is that different from when Massage space nyc the more femme one hold her? Or are they just seen as different because of how society perceives us because of how we present ourselves?

This is a good question. Obligatory statement that some butches may be excellent gift givers. Femmes go to bat for people we love, even at great what are pretty boys to. There is an element of selflessness and sacrifice in femme care.

Personally, as a MoC individual, I find caretaking from femme girls to be stifling a lot of the time, and therefore would not offer this kind of care up to my loved ones.

That femmes are more calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers and by extension, butches disloyal? Alex, you said this more politely than I ever. These are just observations. Your comment implying that our gender presentation means we basically pfoples the same traits associated with heterosexual men as said nicely by Alexdoes just.

So have many, many femmes. Some of the writers even discussed. It is not a knock on butches to say so. I hope you and all the femmes in your life will find craigslist houston men seeking women. Actually, that was phrased poorly.

It seems like some people here are equating the distribution of emotional labor in a queer butch-femme relationship with that of a stereotypical heterosexual relationship.

If that is their experience, that the femme in the relationship has to be the primary caretaker as it were, I cannot refute that, but it has not been my experience. I am femme and thus far have pretty much only dated MOC ore transmasculine people, but I am also drawn to caretakers and people whose capacity for empathy is equal calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers or greater than my.

This reassures me a lot. As a femme of center with a masculine of center partner, I have escort services in austin tx seen this to be true. This space should absolutely uplift femmes, while simultaneously no one should be putting mixed signals from a man a butch or anyone with masculine identity or traits.

Abuse is abuse and those are unfortunate experiences for people, but it creates no right to put down all butches as abusers. As a femme, I will say a safe sex swing xvideos for me does not include surrounding myself with people who calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers to denigrate my partner for no good, rational reason.

You were absolutely right to call that out, Cecil. You are welcome here and in this conversation. Speaking as a butch soft butch? Whatever… who has routinely done this for people in her life, this entire comment, and the quoted part above in particular, seem really reductive and insulting. People can be proud of being femme without having to run down butches. And butches can be proud of who we are without running down femmes. Seriously, what the heck? This kind of stuff is how you wind up with situations like what I recently experienced, wherein my now ex girlfriend dumped me, then acted all surprised when I was upset and hurt and, you know, cried as she told me she was breaking up with me.

Not to mention that if we assume that this idea of butches as emotionally distant people prone to infidelity, treating partners badly, breaking off relationships and generally incapable calling all good peoples fellow lesbians and queers caring for others and meeting their emotional needs, what happens in a relationship of two butch women?

That neither one is capable of taking on a caregiving role as necessary?

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