Ashley S. (xneonmoonx) wrote in bi_fem_singles,
Ashley S.
xneonmoonx
bi_fem_singles

  • Mood:
  • Music:

Question(s)

As redundant as this is probably going to sound, I'm going to say it anyway:

After waiting for over a year, I finally ran into a girl who really struck a chord with me in a positive way. It happened fairly gradually, but only recently-- since we've begun to hang out more and more often-- have I really began to feel like she is someone I could definitely see myself with in the near future. My problem, however, is this: it's still very out-of-the-ordinary for me to go about flirting with someone of the same sex in the "right" way. What I've noticed about girls is that we're much harder to read when it comes to dating each other. I've been told by a good friend of hers that she's interested in me, but I'm not sure how to respond to that because girls and guys are so different in this perspective. 

Again, I apologize if this sounds redundant, but it's something that is still very new to me. How would one go about executing this without seeming too invasive? I've had that happen to me a few times with a few different girls, which is why I wasn't interested in them. They were far too pushy and far too eager to take control of everything, which is what I want to avoid here. Because this is as new as it is, I would appreciate some constructive feedback. Thanks for listening. =]

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic
  • 0 comments