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The lesbian paradox

February 8, 2014

I’ve lately been musing about the lesbian lifestyle and all its attendant implications on women’s sexuality, and I’ve hit a profound realization. If lesbianism is a “naturally” occurring condition and not an acquired behaviour, why is it that lesbians experience menstrual flow just like other heterosexual women?

A lesbian couple on their "wedding" day. Do these women experience monthly menstrual flow and do they understand why this happens?

A lesbian couple on their “wedding” day. Do these women experience monthly menstrual flow and do they understand why this happens?

The answer to this seemingly innocuous question is quite revealing and I’ll illustrate this. The basic biological reason why women experience their monthly periods is to prepare their bodies for the possibility of a pregnancy. And since we know that a lesbian cannot become pregnant from having sex with another woman, why then should a woman who claims to have been born gay experience menstrual flow?

Let me put it another way so that my argument is clearer. If nature intended for the human race to have lesbians, then it doesn’t make any sense why nature would accord them a complete reproductive system similar to heterosexual women. Please note that this system regenerates itself every month in readiness for child bearing.

Come to think of it, for a woman to claim that she was born a lesbian, we would expect her not to have breasts, a vagina and a regular menstrual flow. These physical attributes are not just for aesthetic purposes but are essentially very functional – for the continuity of the human race through male and female sexual reproduction.

Let women who claim to be born as lesbians stop fooling themselves and the rest of us. This is a psychological problem that requires corrective therapy, not celebration.

I rest my case.