Common dating myths
If you believe this myth then it’s a good idea to spend some quality time alone and find fulfilment within your own life before looking for a partner.Once you feel complete in your own life, that’s the time to start looking for a partner, who will become an extra bonus in your already fulfilled life.
In this way, lesbian couples are no different than straight couples.
Decades ago, the myth that lesbians are somehow psychologically inferior was thoroughly debunked.
And even as recently as the ’90s, gay and lesbian parents had to fight prejudiced accusations that their kids would be psychologically harmed due to a so-called unnatural upbringing.
And yet popular perception takes a hypersexual view of two women together.
This can be frustrating to many lesbians who just want their relationships accepted but find themselves on the wrong end of a fetish. To counter the stereotypes out there, I’m going to tackle three common myths about lesbian love. For years, I’ve traveled across the country serving the lesbian community, and it’s truly amazing to meet so many loving lesbian couples who have stayed together over the years, overcoming social pressures, such as shunning, secrecy, or family disapproval.