I'm Like Every Lesbian
"I African American Lesbian"
My story is no different than any other Lesbian. I grew up luving girls. In my early years I thought it was normal to like women. I had certain friends who felt the way that I did; they were invited to spend the night more than others. One day in a conversation, someone said it wasn't normal to like someone of the same sex. Never could understand.
I wanted to be normal so I tried boys. When I got engaged, I'd lay with my man, close my eyes, and imagine he was a girl, and have an exploding climax with this image of a voluptuous woman in my head. Got pregnant. Had a baby. Ended up never getting married. Couldn't do it.
Went back to women. Although I am partial to breasts, there is no part of a woman's body that I do not like.