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It’s still incredibly hard to be a lesbian

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This was before Section 28, which would have been pointless anyway - there was no need to ban ‘promotion of homosexuality to children’ because literally nobody promoted it, or at least nobody round my way.

There were no role models. No lesbians in public life. No mention of lesbians in school, in books, on TV. Not a single lesbian in the family, and certainly no talking about lesbians in the family.

Nothing. The knowledge that lesbians even existed sneaked up on me slowly in middle school, made up of a patchwork of stereotypes – pitiable spinsters, tomboys, predatory dykes.

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