There are some questions you’re better off knowing will likely be annoying to queer women.
Who’s the man in your relationship?
Who is the man in your relationship? Lesbian relationships involve two women and this question assumes that one of the women is acting as a man. Even if the relationship involves a more feminine woman and a butch woman, this doesn’t mean that one of them is roleplaying as a man. It’s rude to assume so.
How do you have sex?
Is this a question you would ask anybody? Why would you think that it’s appropriate to ask a lesbian or bisexual woman? And, there’s more than one way to go about having sex no matter your sexual orientation. Are you really expecting anybody you choose to provide the details of their sexual activities?
If you’ve never had sex with a man how do you know you’re a lesbian?
Answer this question yourself by asking: how do I know my sexuality if I haven’t engaged in sex with someone of the same sex?
Are you up for a threesome?
Many queer women are affected by this question– especially bisexual women. Just as many, if not more, queer women choose to be in a monogamous relationship and have no interest whatsoever in inviting anybody else to join.
You must not be bisexual anymore since you married a man
Just because a bisexual woman enters into a monogamous relationship with a man doesn’t mean that she has lost her sexuality. Although she may not continue to have sex with women, it’s very possible she’s still going to be attracted to women. The fact that she doesn’t act on it doesn’t make it less so.
You just haven’t found the right man
This assumes that queer women exist just because they’ve had unpleasant experiences with men. While it may be the case that some of them have had bad relationships with men, the same would apply to heterosexual women. Does this mean that they are going to become lesbians suddenly? No.
Life would be so much easier if I were a lesbian
Really? Probably not, especially due to the hate crimes, higher suicide rates, harassment, workplace discrimination, stigma, possible isolation from your family, and the list goes on. This is an insensitive comment to make to a queer woman. Do you really think life would be easier? Choose sensitivity; think before you speak.