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After all, I’m aware that most straight males are hardwired to make a beeline towards two women they deem as attractive in a bar – in particular if there are no other men present.However, what I simply cannot reconcile with is their adamant refusal to take, when told, the fact that two women are on a date seriously, nor their undermining attitude towards gay women in general.Watching Maia Dunphy’s ‘What Women Want’ on RTE 2 around the time of ‘fat penguin gate’, I felt a mixture of validation and anger as I listened to two ‘fem’ looking gay women describe a similar situation as to the one myself and my date experienced.
I’m hesitant to say we’re on a date After all, by this point I’m a little pissed off and rightly so.However on foot of finishing his joke (the punchline, for those interested, is “I wanted to say something to break the ice…”), our ‘visitor’ takes a seat next to my date, his body language revealing his interest in her specifically.It is then that I realise that we have made an error in allowing his joke to be aired.How would lads like it if we chatted up their dates? ” and “Sure isn’t sex between two women just essentially foreplay?” are questions which have all been fired in my direction by straight men (and the odd women on occasion) on a night out, under the influence of alcohol and bad lighting. How would lads like it if the lesbians of Ireland approached their dates and proceeded to chat them up, laughing in derision upon hearing that they were heterosexual before blatantly attempting to pull them anyway?