If a picture is worth one thousands words, then surely a lesbian meme must be worth 10,000. Such is the way of the internet.
You’re looking for lesbian memes and LGBT memes and we’ve got them by the bucketload, for every variant of a #mood you may be in.
Lesbian memes for the lols
For when you want to be wholesome af
Because coming out of the closet should be full of joy and gay tears. Coming out is a process – and it’s one you’ll have to do over and over again. Do it when you’re ready and no sooner, pal.
If you are actively out: welcome to happiness, friend!
Robin, my new fave gay bby, spreading the good word.
TERFs can literally go fuck themselves. The end.
We’re legal tender in multiple countries now, friends. Let us dismantle capitalism and begin building our home socialist utopia.
Fuck, yes you are.
For when sexuality is a spectrum
Called Hozier or Harry Styles.
Lbr, it’s the luscious hair, gorgeous attitudes and that, in just the right lighting after a drink too many, either (or both) of them look an awful lot like your type.
And if you had a unicorn phase, couples looking to spice up their relationship are now flocking to your Instagram. Fair thee well, unicorn.
For when it’s time to ascend
Tis true: this is how we all catch the gay.
Teenage acquiescence never felt so good. 😎
For when it’s time to deconstruct the binary
Where’s the lie? No but seriously, I’m still sad for Lexa and Poussey. My babies, gone but never forgotten.
I have never deep-throated a pan. It’s a bit too sauce-y for me. Fry as I might.
For when you can’t even cannot
Male. Female. Dinosaur? Who knows. But thank God for gender reveal parties, because otherwise HOW WOULD WE KNOW?
Like, it’s really not that complicated.
Story of our adolescence, tbqh.
For when you just want to lol
If you haven’t watched every slightly queer TV show ever, are you even a queer?
Tinder at family functions – this is how you figure out if you’re the sole gay cousin or if there are others in your midst. Statistically, there’s probably more than one.
Or how about a husbutch to read you feminist poetry? We suggest you start with Audre Lord and move towards Natalie Wee. And Emily Dickinson, just because.
History may not say she was officially a gay, but have you ever read her letters to Susan Gilbert, her brother’s wife?
In 1852, Emily sent the following to Susan, via the romance of letter-writing:
Come with me this morning to the church within our hearts, where the bells are always ringing, and the preacher whose name is Love — shall intercede for us!
That’s some gay shit.
For when it’s the good kind of violent
Murder me, but please: make it beautiful.