I don't know if it's true or not, and I know that probably 95% of men would claim they are too, but I have actually been told by a few lesbians that I'm a lesbian trapped in a man's body. Of course, even dolled up, I'm very butch, even when I'm in a skirt. I'm told that my style is "mani-fem" - but those of you who are long time readers know that kind of stuff about me already.
And while not all lesbians are into the same music, really... most kinda are. And when I heard this song, I got inspired to go on a babble.And yes, they three women fully identify as lesbians, not bi-sexuals. I'm not sure why it is that I got the special inclusion into the girls only club, but I'm happy to have had it. And after having had 3 relationships with women who identify and are currently back in long-term lesbian relationships, there's definitely a trend.
I found out that two of them referred to me as "The Manbian" - which was weird for me at first, but over time I got more and more ok with it. Not unlike the way that Mistress Saskia broke me of my hangups about being called a sissy. And FWIW, one of them wields a very VERY serious strapon! She liked to go and go and go and go and go... õ.o
Anyway, that song totally made me think of them. Its lyrics fit a lot of those experiences to a T - and as the Braids are a newer band - this song is off their debut album "Native Speaker," I figured I'd spread the good word a bit - hope you audiophiles pick it up!