Seems like everything is terfy nowadays

Submitted July 7, 2020, 4:36 a.m. by lrpntk

I just had an argument with a person who kept insisting that this one straight actress is a top, which is cringy in itself because they're literally talking about the sex life of a real person, but anyways. I corrected her and said that top/bottom is gay terminology. She instantly asked me if I was a terf and said that straight women can be dominant too. I replied yeah, but that doesn't make them tops. I asked her if she thinks it's okay that straight people call themselves gay terms. She never answered my question and kept asking me if I was a terf, lmao. Ultimately, she claimed that I have to work through some internalized homophobia. I replied that this is kinda ironic because I'm literally defending the gay community. She then deleted my comments and blocked me, lol. Just to clarify, I don't really care about these terms and don't even think they make much sense in regards to lesbians, but it annoys me so much that you can't define anything without being called an evil gatekeeping terf. What does this have to do with trans people anyway? These are the same women who also call themselves d*kes despite the fact that they have a boyfriend

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streepsnstars · July 7, 2020, 4:52 a.m.

You're completely correct only gay men use the terms top/bottom.

NeroAD_ · July 7, 2020, 5:24 a.m.

Ultimately, she claimed that I have to work through some internalized homophobia

Lol what? She called straight people gay men terms, but you have internalized homophobia for pointing that out to her?

Terf is just a new way to call someone b*tch, so i dont even question her usage of that.

Sounds like this woman is crazy.

fallopello · July 7, 2020, 5:39 a.m.

Yep I’ve seen a huge uptick in younger lesbians being forced to identify with “top” or “bottom”