I've known people who aren't gay nor lesbians but acts so feminine and masculine. I have a friend who is a guy and dates girls but acts so feminine, so girlish but he said that isn't gay. It's just the way he projects himself and is cool with it. My hubby's cousin also acts too girly with the way he moves but he said that he is straight and oftentimes he feel mad and offended when people think that he is gay or bisexual. I also have schoolmates who acts like boys and men especially with the way they dress and walk, but aren't lesbians and dates men.
What do you think about men being too feminine and women too masculine but aren't considered as LGBT?
I know there isn't a specific answer to my question, but more or less, when would you say it's time to introduce your lesbian lover to your family?
I have a girlfriend, we're not that serious (like, we don't talk marriage or future big plans), but we're exclusive and we have fun together. I was thinking it would be a good idea to introduce her to my mom, seeing how she accepts my brother as gay AND with a partner, living together, but me she doesn't take seriously.
Would you say introducing my girlfriend to my mom would help?