I identify as a lesbian or a dyke, and I think lesbians definitely have less space in the conversation than say gay, cis men, because of the intersection of gender, economic power and queerness. It’s a space I don’t always see centred, but at the Dyke March, which I’ll go to on Saturday, it is.
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