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Sapphic Kweenpins available everywhere


Check out my truthful back story… 💜🏳️‍🌈 #sapphickweenpins


Growing up on the Southside of Chicago was an experience of a lifetime. I lived through the good ole days, when people actually worked together to protect the community. Ever since I was 7 years old, I loved women. Before knowing what being a lesbian was. My first kiss, my first crush, my first sexual experience, my first love was with a tomboy.


I’ve always been attracted to dominate women. I got to witness a true lesbian Kweenpin when I was growing up. She had the money, looks, and respect. I would sit on the porch hoping to see her everyday. Watching her treat her wife like a Queen. Boldly during times when being gay was most challenging. I was about 12 years old and she had to be at least 13 years older than me. She caught me staring at her one day and instantly blurted out I was going to be gay. I laughed and denied it, but in my mind, I was shocked she knew I was going to be gay. I didn’t know how she knew it. I wasn’t even sure of what I was going through. I just knew I loved androgynous women.


Of course, she only looked at me as a kid, but I was still fascinated about her lifestyle. She was the female boss of the community. She got respect from all the men. The only woman selling drugs on the block. She would even fight men. Nobody would mess with her, and she took care of her wife. I knew when I grew up that’s what I wanted. I think it’s brave and bold to be an androgynous woman. Embracing a unique sexuality can be very challenging especially growing up in the 80’s & 90’s and still very challenging today. I have a lot of love and respect for all dominate women. No matter what category or label they place themselves in. It’s very sexy to me to look at them and I’ve had a great life loving them… I hope each dominate lesbian enjoy this book because it was written out of love for you…


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