For five days in Palm Springs, Arwa Mahdawi entered an alternate reality where gay women celebrate each other with pool parties, dancing and debauchery. Everywhere you look, lesbians are smiling, drinking, dancing, kissing. There are a few men around — staff working the event and guys who have been dragged along by lesbian friends — but they are hard to spot. The party is named after the Dinah Shore golf tournament, started in by the eponymous entertainer. A sapphic scene sprouted up around the golf tournament, and the Dinah was born. Today, nobody is here for the golf.
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The two index fingers together emoji, which started on TikTok, has now been turned into a meme and is taking over Twitter. TikTok has become the new go-to hub for trends, challenges and dance crazes and it's also introduced a number of new phrases that are now spreading to Twitter and Instagram. One of those you may have already heard is 'CEO'. But today, we're here to discuss a new meme trend on the app, and it involves two finger emojis pointing to each other. What does it mean?
At the beginning of the clip, believed to have been filmed at a London hospital over the weekend, the workers can be seen squaring up to one another. One of the women, who is wearing blue scrubs with her mask pulled down, points her finger and shouts at the other. One of the workers then lashes out by hitting the other, a move quickly returned by her colleague. The workers pause in the awkward grip before the video ends, unwilling to let the other go.