Love Is a Battlefield

Lacey, Kate
September 2008
Curve;Sep2008, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p25
The article offers a guide and advice to lesbian relationships. Listening to a partner and discussing issues or problems with her is important. Having an appropriate time and place to work on issues or problems will help. Violence must be avoided and problems should be solved together if both partners love each other.


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