In regards to your latest video, I find it really interesting because I see people, more and more, using the word "lesbian" very loosely to "identify" themselves, basing it on an ideal of what they think a lesbian IS, rather than using it to illustrate their genuine sexual orientation. If you say "I like girls better but I still like to sleep with boys sometimes" - you're not a lesbian. It bugs me because the difference between lesbians and other queer women is like the difference between scotch and whiskey. All scotch is whiskey - not all whiskey is scotch. All lesbians are queer women - not all queer women are lesbians. A lesbian is a homosexual woman - it's not a complicated definition. And "lesbian" has always been an important word, so I find it strange that for the younger generation, it's starting to lose its meaning.