posted on Apr, 14 2008 @ 09:20 PM
I have chosen 'Donna' as my lesbian person-of-interest, for this interview. Although Donna does not live in Michigan at this time, she did
temporarily live in the Detroit area for the purpose of employment in the automotive industry. Health reasons pushed her to a more southerly
This interview will not only substantiate that Donna is a successful lesbian entrepeneur, but a phenomenal success as a woman of any sexual
preference. Her petite stature, wavy dark hair and deep ebony eyes do not hurt the equation, but Donna does not rely on these attributes.
I have chosen the following questions for our lesbian entrepeneur. She will answer in turn.
Interviewer: "Donna, how old were you when you knew that you were a lesbian?"
Donna: "I was fourteen years old and realized that I had deeper feelings for my best friend, than just friendship. I was sexually attracted to
Interviewer: "Were you aware that this would have a significant impact on your life?"
Donna: "Not at that moment. The realization came about when my feelings were not returned in the same way. I was left feeling ashamed, so I tried to
amend my ways and be normal. Which ended in two failed marriages. I confessed to my second ex how I truly felt, and he went to my parents. They were
horrified at first, but then their love for me won out and reason set in.
My dad was worried as to how I would survive without a man to take care of me. I assured him that I had some plans in mind that could work for
Interviewer: "My notes tell me that your love for animals has led you into this successful venture of a sitter service for pets. Would you
Donna: "Yes, that is correct. First I attended a dog-grooming school. I thought that this was what I wanted to do. But it was not exactly what I was
looking for. I did not like being cooped up indoors all day and having to lift heavy animals on to the grooming table.
After much thought, I finally came up with the idea of going to people's homes and visiting with their pets, either while they worked or were on
vacation. I would take the pet for a walk. Play with him/her (favorite toy). Water their plants, bring in mail or newspapers if they were out of town.
And of course, feed and water the pet.
This gave me an opportunity to be exposed to many people and many pets. No heavy lifting. An opportunity to get outdoors and exercise. This idea took
off very quickly in my area of residence.
I have established A-1 credit rating, a sizable savings account and a vast network of friends and social activities. My dad no longer worries about
me. I have proven myself."
Interviewer: "I truly believe that you have, Donna. Rumor has it, that you wear 'many hats' in your community. My research indicates that you do
volunteer work for the animal shelter. You are a woman among women, deserving of much admiration and respect. Best wishes to you. This interview is