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The discourse has been discoursing about the meaning of "side" within the LGBTQ+ community.
Last week, RuPaul's Drag Race season 14 finalist Bosco ignited a social media discussion about being a "side" and how a lot of LGBTQ+ people don't actually like anal sex as much as they claim to enjoy it.
Kerri Colby is the latest celebrity to bring up the topic and self-identify as a "side."
"I was today years old when I learned that I don't identify as top or a bottom," Colby wrote in a tweet. "But as a side."
\u201cI was today years old when I learned that I don\u2019t identify as top or a bottom. But as a side\u201d— Kerri Elyse Colby (@Kerri Elyse Colby) 1670389371
The Drag Race star, who is a trans woman, noted in a subsequent tweet that the current definition of the term is being narrowed down exclusively to gay men in certain sources. For instance, Urban Dictionary defines a "side" as a "homosexual male who does not enjoy anal penetration (giving or receiving), but will engage in other forms of same-sex activity."
Colby tweeted out a screenshot edit swapping out "a homosexual male" for "a person" - which we couldn't agree more with.
Though most responses to Colby's tweet appear to have been positive, the reality star apparently got a few not-so-positive replies as well. She wrote back:
"And also don't come at us for being sides. Keep your desensitized c*cks and loose walls. We are sensationalists. Ty gn!"
\u201cAnd also don\u2019t come at us for being sides. Keep your desensitized cocks and loose walls. We are sensationalists. \nTy gn!\u201d— Kerri Elyse Colby (@Kerri Elyse Colby) 1670389371
Colby really said, "side rights!" and we're here for it.
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