Let’s be honest: For a straight (or curious) person who’s never come into close enough contact (physically or otherwise) with folks from our community, it’s a daresome and daunting challenge to “ask a wrong question” that usually stops them from ever doing so. And let’s also be honest about the fact that some LGBT folks over-react so hard that some people “learn” to never try that again.
So let’s open up this dialogue. We stumbled upon a Reddit thread in which users were asked what they’d like to know about the LGBT community. Here are some of the questions and answers that were voted to the top.
When you hug another naked woman, do you interweave your boobs in order to get closer? If so, who gets to decide whether you interweave to the left or the right? Does it feel as hideously wrong to interweave your boobs on the wrong side as it does to interweave your fingers on the wrong side, and is this considered reasonable grounds for ending a relationship?
Boobs are pretty mobile, so you just go in and they end up wherever. There’s either a smoosh or an unspoken over-under arrangement based on height.