Since women’s sexuality is so fluid relative to men’s and given the fact they will get aroused by virtually any form of remotely sexual display by anyone or anything, even upon seeing rutting animals, we can say two seemingly contradictory things:
- all women are lesbians
- no women are lesbians
It’s a joke, and we’re talking about capacity for some kind of behaviour, and it can be put more accurately and seriously as: all women are bisexual, in plausible potentiality, meaning the behaviour can manifest relatively easily.
Those who do claim to be lesbian though, like the GetUp activist Sally Rugg (the wannabe destroyer of
worlds , (deleted tweet image)), put a lot of effort into broadcasting it in rather cringey forms and are terribly concerned with being “visible”:
Happy Lesbian Visibility Day from me, Australia’s 11th favourite lesbian! 💖 pic.twitter.com/IAmahz5FaW
— Sally Rugg (@sallyrugg) April 26, 2020
You can bet she used to swing both ways, but ideology has consumed her personality and she is hell bent on just lesbianism now. You can also bet that while she is quite youthfully in bloom now her fate is likely going to be that of the salutary example of Ellen Page (they are sisters vis a vis the high forehead issue):
Really hope Sally is not a vegan.
Then there’s Kate McCartney, the co-host of “Get Krack!n”:
a show which deserves its own post and God willing it will get a good and proper one some day, and arguably the worst ever comedy program produced by the ABC, where the two little inner city living fembot hosts swear profusely and make snarky political statements that are somehow intended to be jokes. McCartney is very into “visibility” too.
Happy #bivisibilityday to all the bisexuals out there, but particularly the pillars of our community, vampires in films and tv. Here’s a gif of me throwing my sexuality in your face. 💖💜💙 pic.twitter.com/TLKigiXPse
— Snakes Macrame (@katemccccartney) September 22, 2020
She’s saying in a rather childlike fashion “I’m bi”, and subliminally saying (please) look at me, I’m special and interesting (and available).
So much of women’s behaviour can be boiled down to narcissism and attention seeking, though with Rugg there is more than a little malevolence involved.