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13 Things Not To Say To Your Lesbian Friend
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Your lesbian friend is pretty cute. She's extremely smart, loyal as hell, as witty as it gets, and has a ton of sex appeal, so, girl, I totally get it. I would probably have a crush on her, too. I've had plenty of straight friends who have felt totally bewildered by the sudden onset of a lesbian crush. The thing is, if you're having lusty feels for your lesbian friend, it's definitely worth looking into because sexuality can be totally fluid.
6 Things Straight Girls With A Lesbian Crush Need To Know
Don't Come Out in an argument, or at a time when you feel angry or resentful. The message will be delivered to family in a time of bad feelings and will convey those bad feelings, making the process more difficult for you and your family in the long run. Give them time to get used to it before you introduce them to your boyfriend or girlfriend. They may be willing to accept your "friend" more readily and more easily if the sexual nature of your relationship is not so quickly and constantly apparent. Let them see that your "friend" cares about you, knows you well, treats you well, and wants you to be happy just like your parents do.
The Frisky -- There are a lot of misconceptions about lesbians. I'm confronted with them daily and, frankly, hearing this stuff is like getting smacked in the face with a wet rag. Usually, when someone fires off a stereotype, I am so shocked that I just stand there, staring, opening and closing my mouth like a big, dumb goldfish. So I'm going to take this opportunity to get up on my soapbox and stamp out all the stupid, ignorant misconceptions I have heard over the years.