Today, a reader, who has always liked girls, finds herself crushing on a guy. What should she do? I'm twenty years old, and I'm a lesbian.
But the real question is, how can you tell if she's NOT a lesbian? Don't fret, my confused little lez. You're in the right place.
There are also many reasons why a straight girl might start dating a lesbian—beyond the obvious cluster bomb of orgasms. Hear ye, hear ye, beware the real reasons straight girls date lesbians. Lesbians are equally capable of ripping your heart out of your chest and consuming it in front of you.
You think she's your best friend who you don't want to have sex with. Sara's so cool. I want to hang out with her more often.
Asking someone you just met if she is lesbian or bisexual is kind of awkward and they might be taken aback. A better approach is to try and find out in more subtle ways. You can look for the obvious signs like a marriage equality sticker on her car or a piece of rainbow jewelry.
Figuring out if someone you're chatting to maybe flirting with, who the fuck even knows? Sure, some people may have the guts to just say it, but not everyone does OK?! Here, 10 lesbian, bisexual and pansexual women explain how they know if someone's potentially into them.
Heartbroken Adrian Derbyshire, 42, released the photos of Julia on a ventilator in hospital and has revealed thebullying started when she told her mate she was a lesbian. The family, of Warrington, Merseyside, moved to Missouri in the US when Julia was four and eight years later she confided in a school pal that she "might like girls". This was spread around school and Julia was subjected to vile bullying for years — including being spat at and abused. Adrian says his daughter turned to self-harm to deal with her bullying nightmare, adding: "It all started when Julia was
There's nothing like having someone flirt with you to boost your self-esteem. Even when you don't feel the same attraction, finding that someone thinks you're interesting and worth the effort can be delightful. It can be subtle or overt, over the top or just under the surface.