Hey, you. I love you too.
I have so much respect for you and Lucy, you must have like the busiest lifestyles, then on top of that you’re miles apart for quite a while, then you always make time for people who are going through tough stages. You both make the perfect couple omg .. Anyway .. Will you both ever live together, please stay with each other forever?
Of course I would. I’m pretty sure Lucy and I will never break up, but if we did, she would always hold a lovely, respectful huge piece of my heart.
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We like to think that we exist as a unit, but within that, we are two separate people, with individual ideas, morals, interests, and opinions. Conveniently for us, these notions aren’t all that different, and there’s a lot of overlap - but that doesn’t lessen the significance of either of us in the relationship, physically nor mentally/emotionally. We value and appreciate each other immensely, and although we’ve never openly discussed it, there’s a definite - albeit unspoken - agreement that to assert ones beliefs and morals with disregard to the other would be disrespectful and uncalled for. To discuss, yes. To argue, to fight over, to challenge, yes. But never to alter, to destroy, nor to change unwillingly. There is an overwhelming tendency when it comes to analysing relationships to expect specific ‘roles’ and/or ‘jobs’ that each person is expected to do. These roles, unfortunately, are not equal. The phrase, ‘who wears the trousers?’ makes explicit links to male authority (the male/masculine connotations arise with the word ‘trousers’) and implies that, when wearing the trousers, one is both a) male and b) in power over the other.
Kaelyn and I have never discussed who should wear the trousers (I use the term ‘should’ through gritted teeth - ‘should’ indicates obligation and duty - bitch please, far from it!), because, quite simply, it never occurred to us. Moreover, it’s unnecessary. We don’t need a power struggle. We are in a lesbian relationship - no males involved - so why would we need a man, and why does one person need to have power over the other in a relationship? What’s so wrong with being equal?” —Lucy & Kaelyn.: Lucy’s Midnight Ramblings #1: What’s so wrong with being equal?
Just ask her! Seriously! The worst you are going to get is a “No”. If that’s too daring for you, just hang out with her a lot, be yourself, and I’m sure something will develop if it’s meant to be