We talked about languages we speak — Arabic, Portuguese, pidgin, lousy French — and Shakespeare plays we love, of which he could quote an impressive amount. I'm also very attached to my family. I'm in basically the same situation as many of the other posters here. Polar opposite of how she reacts with women. That drunk thing is such a copout to me.
Even when she teases you, just act suave and joke around a bit. And she started having sex with you in drunk state, when those fears fade away. But when the drink was done, I left without looking back, without imagining anything could come of this. We didn't even talk to each other, but after he realized that I am not giving up on the girl I love, he started to come around. I actually heard everything she told me through the grapevine previously. Most of my friends are queer, I still move in queer spaces and go to queer events.
I told them I have someone I love and she loves me too. And my friends have given me that exact advice, which I have chosen not to heed at this point. I was really furious with her. Here's a question I received from a woman who wants to know if she is a lesbian or not. I found my person and am making no compromises or sacrifices in this relationship. To me, life is too short for a sexless existence.
I looked in the most beautiful eyes I've ever seen and they were looking right back at me. Likes all the things I like, plays the same games I do, like to listen to the same music. I caught her looking up from her laptop, beaming like she had been rooting for these two to get together all along. She's different than all the other girls she dated Erin said. If while looking over the list almost all the items described you, it might help you answer your question. We both love each other very much , we tried to meet but shortly before our date for a reason or another she obologized , at the end he told me that she loves girls. I presume she is sexually attracted to women, propably stronger than to men, and also has history of romantic attachments with women.
If you are asking the question, am I a lesbian, the answer lies in your heart. It can certainly be worth it to be honest, even if it's just for the off chance that she might feel the same about you. In high school, I rented every single indie and foreign film from Blockbuster because many of them featured lesbian sex. So, your nervousness is completely understandable. Be forward with her, tell her the truth.
But I am totally confused right now. Only to become that shoulder to lean on when things go bad or they're single again. Well, I would say that either she wasn't perfectly sincere with you or didn't know much about her feelings. Sometimes, we're in a weird place in our lives, where we've lost our sexuality in the midst of life's tribulations. This is in no way meant to offend anyone, this is just the comment I get the most so I wanted to answer the question everyone has been asking.
More than the guilt I feel for having an emotional or intellectual affair, I feel guilty for causing her to question her sexuality or the relationship she has with her long-term live-in may-as-well-be-a-spouse girlfriend. I have a feeling that will make her be the aggressor more confusion The problem is I just love to spend time with her even if that means we are drinking. I happen to like a girl who 'im pretty sure is bisexual or a lesbian. And when it comes to labels, I actually wish people would follow more strict definitions described by current scientific knowledge, so such situations wouldn't happen. I really wish the franchise would diversify.
Don't let this harsh world crash you. Some of you are quite the novelists. Now, if you don't want to just give up and get over it. Well yea I'm still in highschool but for some reason I just can't get this girl out of my head. I don't recall a single time I started a conversation between us after what happened and we still meet up for a long walk but just about once every 2 or 3 months, and we do it just because she asks for it and I still enjoy spending time with her. Trust me, it has nothing to do with the way the girl dresses. She proceeded to tell me that she is a lesbian at heart, though I was the only guy she ever considered going straight for and that she even considered if she was gay or bisexual, or even straight.
But when it all works out, its good enough to make up for all of that messiness. If you find that you are butt, a boob, or foot lover, and fixated on a special body part attached to the female gender, then it might be time to stop asking the question, am I a lesbian. Answering these questions may help you figure out what your sexual orientation is. But as I was saying, I love her so much, and I decided to confess it to her, after seven months. It wasn't the smartest thing that I had ever done but I ended up not talking to her for the rest of the year.