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In her article, Somerson also clearly talks about how within the lesbian community some are considered more masculine than others.

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These butches were, in part, inspired by 19th-century cross-dressers — then called male impersonators or transvestites — who presented and lived fully as men in an era when passing was a Lesblan survival tactic. Some members of the lesbian community eschew butch or femme classifications, believing that they are inadequate to describe an individual, or that labels are limiting in and of themselves.

The term originated with the African-American lesbian community.

Butch bottom-femme top? an exploration of lesbian stereotypes.

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The ever-shifting ifiers of neither or both are what create meaning and complexity. Photos by Collier Schorr. You can contribute. Butch represented the masculine role and femme represented the feminine role in.

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It is not uncommon for women with a butch appearance to face harassment or violence.

The femme lesbian historian Joan Nestle argues that femme and butch may be seen as distinct genders in and of themselves. Despite the dearth of representation, butch love thrives — in the anonymous, knowing glances across the subway platform when we recognize Ledbian like us, and in the bedroom, too. Early 20th century[ edit ] It is known that butch—femme dress codes date back at least to the beginning of the 20th century Lesbiann photographs from — exist of butch—femme couples in the United States; [47] they were at the time called "transvestites".

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We Lesbiwn between poles as our feelings about — and language for — ourselves change. The old adage applies: You know her when you see her.

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The term originated with the African-American lesbian community. They use a nickname or shorten their birth name if it sounds more masculine enough to use. This study explored the intersection of lesbian gender labels and attraction to sexual behaviors in lesbian-identified women.

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