“If we can’t be ourselves out here,” she said, propping herself up on her elbows and turning her face to the sun, “we can’t be ourselves anywhere.”
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“A lesbian,” he said again, flicking his long tongue in and out of my mouth, “trapped in a male’s body.” With his muscular arms around me, I nuzzled his neck—wanting to understand.
WHIPTAIL UTOPIA BY CHASE EDWARDS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 26
In Joshua Tree, California, I learn that unisexual, all-female whiptail lizards reproduce lady lizard clones of …