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The internet is saturated with lesbian dating apps.
But the word lesbian doesn’t seem to have the same meaning that it used to in the 1990s, when it was a pejorative.
The word lesbian, though, has become a buzzword.
And it has led to some interesting reactions from lesbian users.
Here’s what you need to know about the word.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines lesbian as a person who is of the same sex or has the same gender identity, as well as lesbian.
And the word has become increasingly used as a pecuniary or political term.
It’s not just the word itself that’s problematic.
It’s the language that comes with it.
It seems that lesbians use the term as an expression of their political beliefs.
For example, the word is used to describe a person that supports gay marriage, as opposed to someone who opposes it.
The word lesbian is also used to mean a person of the opposite sex, which has historically meant someone who is not a lesbian.
But is it really?
The word has been used by both lesbian and heterosexual users for a very long time.
In fact, in the 1800s, the term was used by some American colonists in the colonies.
The first instance of use was in 1814 in a letter to the governor of New Jersey, John Adams, which read:The word is so used today that it seems to be on the decline, according to The Guardian, which cited a Google search.
The term has not always been used that way.
The Oxford English dictionary defines lesbian to mean:I was going to go out and try and find a word, but I couldn’t find it, so I just went to the dictionary and I’m just going to assume it’s lesbian.
So I’m going to be assuming that’s the definition, the one that I can find.
So what’s the big deal?
The Oxford Dictionary’s definition of lesbian is as follows:It seems the term has been on the rise in recent years, which is to say, people are using it as a way to describe people who are not lesbian.
But that’s not the whole story.
It also seems that some people are not very bothered by it.
A Pew survey found that of the people polled, 80 percent of respondents said they would never use the word “lesbian” in a public setting.
That’s not a problem that’s necessarily going to come up.
Many of the lesbian users I spoke with were quite comfortable using the term, and didn’t seem too bothered by its usage in the past.
And if anything, they seem to be using it for political purposes.
For instance, one woman told me that she would “use it to insult anyone that says I’m a lesbian,” referring to someone that doesn’t believe in gay marriage.
It seems that lesbian users feel comfortable using it to describe anyone who does not support gay marriage or the legalization of same-sex marriage.
But it seems like it would be more accurate to use it as an insult if the term were used more broadly.
It could be used to refer to anyone that is anti-gay marriage.
Or if a person doesn’t support gay rights, then it could be a pejo (opposition to gay marriage).
The term lesbian has become so popular because it’s an expression that’s used by people in a way that has nothing to do with its actual meaning.
The reason it’s not used more generally is because it doesn’t fit the current political climate.
As many gay and lesbian users told me, the current Republican administration has made it clear that it supports gay rights.
And they are very vocal in their opposition to gay rights and support for gay marriage and transgender people.
The new president, Donald Trump, is in office, and the Republican Party has a history of supporting LGBTQ rights.
In other words, the GOP has a long history of embracing LGBTQ rights, which may be one reason why the word was used so often by some users.
As a result, the internet is buzzing with discussions about how the word should be used.
There’s even a hashtag, #lgbt, to try and get more people to use the phrase.
Some of the conversations have been heated, but it seems that there are some very good arguments against using the word as a political slur.
The idea that it should be taken more seriously than other political terms is one of the most popular.
In a Pew survey of LGBT Americans, only 17 percent of them would use the expression “gay” as a label for a political party.
And of those who would use it, 41 percent said they wouldn’t.
When you’re talking about the LGBT community, that number is really, really low.
I don’t think that anyone would use that term.
But as a term, I think that’s an important one to consider.