To celebrate International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Day of Visibility (GLBTI) on Sunday, March 24, I am dedicating this episode of “The Daily” to the people and organizations I have been working with in the past year and a half. So whether it’s our partners, our co-workers, our friends, our family, or even the people I meet as I travel the world, I have a lot of new friends to celebrate.
I’m sure most of you would agree that I’ve never been on a Lesbian Day. I’ve often said it’s a pretty sad day. I think everyone should celebrate. Just because you’ve been on a date doesn’t mean you should. And it’s not always about the day. We still have a lot of friends who are there for the day, and I’m sure every one of them will be there.
Well, as it turns out, that’s actually not true. Sure, people are there for the day, but not everyone who’s there for the day is happy. We all know that “happy” is probably the wrong word to use, because this isn’t exactly the happiest day of your life.
This day of international lesbian day is celebrated by all sorts of people, and each of them celebrate it differently, so its hard to say what everyone is celebrating when they all have different reasons. Some people are just hanging out, having a good time, and feeling like theyre not alone. Others are having a lot of fun and just enjoying the day. We may all celebrate the same day, but its not the same day for everyone.
I love the fact that you can celebrate international lesbian day in your own country, as it makes it easier to be the weird one. We have a lot of people who celebrate different things, but we can all celebrate the same thing together.
Yes, we all have a lot of different things in common, but we can all have a day that we can all share with each other.
If you don’t celebrate international lesbian day, then you’re not a weirdo.
We can celebrate international lesbian day in all of our countries, but not in all of our countries.
I can see why there would be a lot of people who don’t celebrate international lesbian day, but let’s not forget that the US isn’t the only country that has a lesbian holiday.