But speaking of bumping into people, a question I would like to ask a lesbian is this: at what point does erotic contact between two women count as "sex"? How do they know?
I'm not doubting such a thing exists, just...what defines it? Where does making out cease and their little ticker goes up a notch in the sex department? Surely it's not mere penetration of some sort, or that would redefine what is or isn't sex for a lot of people. And it's got to be more than activity that leaves one of them getting tingly, because lots of things get women tingly.
So....when does a lesbian consider the bedpost notched? Know what I'm saying?
I'm not making any point, I just got to thinking about it and am genuinely curious, what counts as "lesbian sex" as opposed to "lesbian foreplay"? Or "Lesbian smooching?" Or "Leza-be-more-than-friends"?
Too blue a topic for a rainy Friday morning? (Or considering this place is mostly men, is lesbianism always found in fond favor, whatever the hour or weather?)
Maybe I'll just risk a harassment suit and poll the interns, since they're Millennials and surely at least one of them has visited a bakery.
Speaking as this board's LGBTI rep (I'm the B part of that) my lesbian friends tell me that just being with someone special as far as intimacy goes is enough and that a man cannot give them what they have as a couple. I should add that most if not all of my lesbian friends are in committed relationships and they crave their sexual intimacy with their partners.