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Being gay in Greensboro, North Carolina, is pretty simple: The LGBT community is small, so people like who they like, explained Robin, a 29-year-old black lesbian who was taken aback when she relocated to Atlanta a few years ago. Further, those labels limited socially acceptable couples to one type – a butch and a femme.A “soft stud” who likes other typically masculine-appearing women, Robin found her niche in the city’s small but growing community of “stud for stud” women.“I know a lot of stud on studs here in Atlanta,” said Robin, a customer service specialist who didn’t want to use her last name.Una vez más, por favor mantenga su identidad en secreto Haga clic en el botón "Continuar" para buscar con su código postal.We provide an effective and trustworthy platform for black singles to meet in the US.
The article drew several comments illustrating how touchy the topic remains.“Get this fag shit outta here,” wrote one commenter, identified as “Gully.”“Many straight men act aggressive towards gay men because they’re expected to, not because they actually feel resentment or disgust towards gay men. Moore said most women find it easier “to go with what’s normal.”“All studs are not anti-dating studs,” she said. I think more of us would do it if there wasn’t a stigma.”Many women want to seem more palatable to the greater black community, still largely coming to terms with LGBT men and women in general, said Kai Brown, a vocal advocate for S4S visibility from Washington, D. The popular black lesbian web series “Studville” has explored S4S themes, while authors have added S4S-themed books to the standard romance themes.
C.“To get better acceptance and understanding and empathy from our community, our parents, our churches … Harsh comments and even violence motivated Brown to become increasingly vocal. Online, a company called SOS Ultimate sells baubles that read “Sorry femmes, I like studs.”In Atlanta, Robin said the S4S scene is still pretty underground.
Now going by “Stud Slayer,” she runs an irreverent S4S blog and recently spoke at a Washington, D. conference challenging ideas of what it means to be a stud.“Just like you’re seeing transgender people all over the place, runways and stuff, you’re going to be seeing us,” she said. She mostly meets women through word of mouth – approaching in a nightclub is a little risky – or online.
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