Lesbian love and dating advice
It takes time to get to know your new self *what you really like* as well as to get to know the person you chose to date.
Remember not to rush getting into a relationship this early as it’s still best to take your time and even weigh your dating options.
And a good conversation will not happen if you don’t know how to listen. This means remembering what your date said and be thoughtful enough to go by the things she said, like the type of music she likes or that she has food allergies. Well, guess what—not everyone wants to hear about all your sob stories, so be careful about the kind of information you’re giving out, especially on the first date. However, lesbian dating can be more complicated when the restaurant bill comes.
Keep your conversations light and don’t forget to inject some humor too. Who should grab the check as it sits on the table like some hot potato?
It can be a little intimidating at first, it feels like you’re in a whole new territory dominated by veteran lesbians who seem to easily get all the girls.
While it’s hard enough to come out of the closet and be gay in this cold, hetero world, there will be one person *or two* who will gladly and oh-so-lovingly welcome you into their arms.
The first thing you need is someone to help you seek out like-minded girls—a lesbian wingwoman.
Perhaps you have a lesbian officemate or classmate, or you happen to see one in the bar or coffee shop you always go to. [Read: How to stop obsessing about that one perfect date] #2 Go out of your comfort zone. These days, there are tons of social media sites dedicated to the lesbian community.
15 lesbian dating tips that make all the difference Before you date, you first have to find a lesbian date. They are out there, and you will find them when you know where to look.
Just because you’re a lesbian doesn’t mean you’re expected to look a certain way. [Read: 18 empowering reasons to love being a lesbian] #8 Plan a creative date. Your date will find it extremely endearing that you’ve taken extra care to make your date special and unforgettable. Or if you know she’s into poetry, take her to that spoken word bar you’ve been dying to go to as well.