Lesbian Fiction Quotes

Quotes tagged as "lesbian-fiction" (showing 1-21 of 21)
Missouri Vaun
“I imagined a time when being gay is as unquestioned and un-judged as is having blue eyes. Some might call it fantasy or science fiction. I’d like to think it’s the future.”
Missouri Vaun, All Things Rise

Anne de Gandt
“I seek a woman, the woman of my desires. Who won’t be scared by loyalty and truth, nor turn away from the darkness of a soiled past. – Decades”
Anne de Gandt

“Do you prefer him or her? Either one's cool-I'm genderfluid.”
Mvxx. Amillivn, Sappho Intl

Missouri Vaun
“Love is the greatest unseen force in the universe." - Cole”
Missouri Vaun, All Things Rise

Diriye Osman
“i have been told many times by family, friends, colleagues and strangers that I, a black African Muslim lesbian, am not included in this vision; that my dreams are a reflection of my upbringing in a decadent, amoral Western society that has corrupted who I really am. But who am I, really? Am I allowed to speak for myself or must my desires form the battleground for causes I do not care about? My answer to that is simple: ‘no one allows anyone anything.’ By rejecting that notion you discover that only you can give yourself permission on how to lead your life, naysayers be damned. In the end something gives way. The earth doesn’t move but something shifts. That shift is change and change is the layman’s lingo for that elusive state that lovers, dreamers, prophets and politicians call ‘freedom’.”
Diriye Osman, Fairytales for Lost Children

Rhavensfyre
“The risks are worth the rewards."-Micah”
Rhavensfyre, Switching Gears

“Something about her reached me on a deeper level than I had ever experienced and it was frightening. It was exciting. It was dangerous.”
sw andersen

Natalie Clifford Barney
“La grande courtisane, la petite sainte.”
Natalie Clifford Barney

Natalie Clifford Barney
“Les générosites en amour se payent cher.”
Natalie Clifford Barney

Sarah Waters
“There were about thirty of them, I think - all women; all seated at tables, bearing drinks and books and papers. You might have passed any one of them upon the street, and thought nothing; but the effect of their appearance all combined was rather queer. They were dressed, not strangely, but somehow distinctly. They wore skirts - but the kind of skirts a tailor might design if he were set, for a dare, to sew a bustle for a gent. Many seemed clad in walking-suits or riding-habits. Many wore pince-nez, or carried monocles on ribbons. There were one or two rather startling coiffures; and there were more neckties than I had ever seen brought together at any exclusively female ensemble.”
Sarah Waters, Tipping the Velvet

“. . . you can read my mind,” Parmida realized.
“When it is open to me,” Azra admitted apologetically. “. . . I love you too, by the way.”
Ash Gray, Tales of Talithia

Heather McVea
“What a waste.” The woman sighed and moved away. Looking at Victoria, she rubbed her thumb and forefinger together absently. “Burn him. Slowly. From the inside out.”
Heather McVea, Dying Forever

Michele L. Rivera
“It has been said by many that a true love story has no happy ending simply because the truest of loves never ends. It is immortal. This is the kind of love that lives forever in your heart as a feeling you will always feel, a place you can always return to.”
Michele L. Rivera, Wait For It

Michele L. Rivera
“There’s no guessing when it comes to being in love, there’s just knowing.”
Michele L. Rivera, Wait For It

“Love has always been the chief business of my life, the only thing I have thought—no, felt—supremely worth while, and I don’t pretend that this experience was not succeeded by others. But at that time, I was innocent, with the innocence of ignorance, I didn’t know what was happening to me. I was without consciousness, that is to say, more utterly absorbed than was ever possible again. For after that first time there was always part of me standing aside, comparing, analysing, objecting: ‘Is this real? Is this sincere?’ All the world of my predecessors was there before me, taking, as it were, the bread out of my mouth. Was this stab in my heart, this rapture, really mine or had I merely read about it? For every feeling, every vicissitude of my passion, there would spring into my mind a quotation from the poets. Shakespeare or Donne or Heine had the exact phrase for it. Comforting, perhaps, but enraging too. Nothing ever seemed spontaneously my own. As the blood dripped from the wound, there was always part of me to watch with a smile and a sneer: ‘Literature! Mere literature! Nothing to make a fuss about!’ And then I would add, ‘But so Mercutio jested as he died!”
Dorothy Bussy, Olivia

“Is there n-nothing you can do?” Parmida asked, wiping her tears away with the heel of her hand.
The unicorn laughed softly. “She asks for a boon after shooting me in the ass.”
Ash Gray, Tales of Talithia

Karmen Lee
“Some call us unnatural or demons, but that doesn’t change the fact that we too were human once. We have feelings; we feel pain and there is no shame in wanting to live.”
Karmen Lee, Blood Rising

Ann Bannon
“Does it ever happen that a nice girl is a Lesbian?" she asked him shyly.”
Ann Bannon, Beebo Brinker

Mads Sukalikar
“At first, Maisie had been glad to work with a female crewmember. So much the better to fend off the sneers, leers, and veiled derision of her male majority shipmates. But now she knew better. Karen was here to make neither friends nor feminist stands. She was here to ruin Maisie’s career!”
Mads Sukalikar, Do Virgins Taste Better? And Other Tales of Whimsy

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Sarah Waters
“I shivered again, remembering. I put the tip of one finger to my tongue. It tasted sharp—like vinegar, like blood.

Like money.”
Sarah Waters, Fingersmith