An homosexual actress who, in 1997 managed to play the role of an homosexual woman who decides to stop to be a crypto-lesbian. Both the character and the actress ended up coming out simultaneously... and on National TV.
Thank to people like Ellen DeGeneres, we will come to the plain understanding of the fact that a lesbian is just another ordinary person.
The fact of gaining feminine features. The phenomenon manifests itself at the individual level, and at the historical level as well. At the individual level it turns a man to a shemale or a ladyboy and he ends up gay or not (he can also remain hetero and be attracted to he-females, or be bi). At the historical level it has to do with the emergence of feminine priorities in the world, and with the global increase of the ordinary (rather than political) power of women.
That fetish studio practices intense feminization.
The global rejection of war has to do with the irreversible feminization of our frames of mind.
A social gathering between urban people aiming at an explicit and casual display of their favorite fetish. Usually, at Fetish Night, the dressing code is stricly enforced: it is forbidden to look straight. Some Fetish Nights are public, others are very very private... but one can play by the rules at both.
The Betty Page Club organises it's renowned Fetish Night, every first saturday of the month from nine p.m. Dressing code and polite manners are strictly enforced.
A lesbian who decided to keep her coming out strictly for herself and her intimates. Social conformity is not the only reason for the crypto-lesbian option. The thrill of dissimulating one's real nature to the social milieu can be a major incentive for such an option as well. Very often a crypto-lesbian is actually a discrete bisexual.
A greek poetess who expressed a strong loving emotion for some of her female pupils in several of her poems. Since she and her mates lived on the island of Lesbo, it lead to the name lesbian for an homosexual woman. Female homosexuality is also called saphism in reference to Sapho.
Sapho's poetry is one of the major ancesters of feminism