>>86659360>"women who are attracted to other women" outside of Ruth all involve a straight woman.
The second paragraph is not a list of "women who are attracted to other women." It is a list of straight women (with Billie as an exception, that I explained) who have acknowledged the attractiveness of other women as a contrast to the fact that gay women in this comic never refer to any physical attraction. There's other examples too, like when Dorothy suggests that Danny shouldn't date until he figures stuff out, and then laments sending Billie, "a big-breasted half-asian girl," to interview him.
Then you have Daisy, who is a background character. She's a thirsty lesbian that is played as a joke. She demands to know if Amazi-Girl has a chest window, when she hears about her. She bites her lip while looking at a picture of AG (that she must've seen many times at that point) and has looked for nudes of her. It's not just an Amazi-Girl obsesion either, she also pervs on Billie too. A lot of the other stuff I mentioned before is played as a joke as well, like Joyce's obsession with Billie's tits and Sal's hair.
Considering all the talk about how sexy different characters are, it's weird that none of the lesbian relationships have any of that. This Becky thing is also weird on its own, because when she met Dorothy, she looked her over and called her a "bony poindexter" and said that Joyce would have awful taste if Dorothy was Joyce's crush. But now, it turns out she doesn't care about bodies (or nerdiness), just... Dina's head, for reasons...
The only thing I will concede is that there haven't been any normal girl-girl relationships in this strip so far, so it's hard to comment. Ruth and Billie was constantly antagonistic, and I dunno what this Becky Dina thing is.