“It just happens that gay men are predisposed to be feminine and gay women are predisposed to be masculine. These are not harmful stereotypes.”
I’m sorry, but last time I checked, these were in fact harmful stereotypes. LGBT people, as well as straight people, do not fit neatly into one tidy box like stereotypes would have you believe.
There are feminine lesbians out there; they’re called Femmes. There are masculine gay men; they’re called Bears/Bear Cubs.
Though if you want to get technical, nobody should be labeling them “sassy/feminine gay men,”“butch lesbians,” “Bears/Bear Cubs,” or “Femmes.” Why can’t a person just be a person? Labels shouldn’t matter.
Bottom line? Stereotypes are wrong and the only thing they do is demonstrate a person’s ignorance.
Chapters: 1/1 Fandom: Phineas and Ferb Rating: General Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Characters: Phineas, Phineas Flynn, 2nd Dimension Buford, 2nd Dimension Isabella Additional Tags: across the second dimension, Across the 2nd Dimension Series: Part 3 of Different Perspectives Summary:
When Phineas, Ferb and the others fall down a chute and meet the members of The Resistance, Phineas gets a good look at 2nd Dimension Isabella, and decides that while it IS Isabella, it’s not HIS Isabella.