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An Inspirational Moment: Lesbian Writes Letter Responding To Neighbor’s Comment

The Huffington Post  |  By 

A letter that appears to have been written by a woman who had the word “lesbian” used as an insult against her by a neighbor is currently making the rounds on the Internet.

The mysterious woman who is, in fact, a lesbian, seems to have taped the letter to her neighbor’s door after hilariously reclaiming all of the stereotypes that she embodies. Check out the letter below.

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Dear whoever just walked by the laundry room and whispered, ‘she’s a lesbian.’ What gave it away? My lack of bra, my no make-up, my black truck, my boots? OR was it the painful fact that I bring more girls home than you?Sincerely,
Your lesbian neighbor.

P.S. Very observant.

 

This isn’t the first letter to that deals with issues affecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community to go viral.

Last October, a letter written by a grandfather to his daughter after she abandoned her gay son went viral. Additionally, last March a father wrote a heartwarming note to his son after he overheard his son mention he wanted to come out of the closet while talking to a friend on the phone.

(h/t Have A Gay Day)

Read More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/15/lesbian-letter-neighbor_n_4597841.html?utm_hp_ref=lesbian

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Comments

  1. I read the letter of the grandfather to his daughter. While I admire his courageous stand for his grandson, I am appalled at how such a personal letter could go viral around the internet. Who on earth would have posted this? The mother? The grandfather? The son? Is nothing private anymore?

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