Lesbian dating etiquette

by  |  18-Oct-2019 08:16

It's a tricky question especially for fem to fem dating.

I had the bright idea to ask women out right away on Tinder the other day, and as soon as I got an affirmative response, I sprinted to the bathroom*. As someone who loves all things black and spikey, but also loves all things pink and fluffy; who loves attention, but is painfully shy; who hates clinginess, but loves affection; who gets violently ill before the party, but thrives once I’m there; it only makes sense that I love dating, but it f*cking terrifies me. I’ve made this mistake before, thinking there is no way I’m going to have sex on the first date. Because at the end of the day, we’re all just horny dykes, darling. There are two ways that I have managed my crippling pre-date anxiety.

Longform or shortform (I always choose longform, but I still deliberate). Which is why I have decided to reveal my dating-with-anxiety tips. These tips have been tested and approved by me, the anxious babe that manages to still date and get laid. This probably takes place on Tinder for most of you (if you’re anxious, I’m going to operate under the assumption that asking a girl out in person will make you vomit, I’ll help with that another time). Getting to the date right away will alleviate some of your anxiety. If I know I look good, that’s one less thing to worry about. I know it seems like an improbability when you’re too anxious to even pronounce the name of the Entrée you want, but there is a possibility you will get laid tonight.

I first need to admit, I now live in the mid-west and have often had this delema. Of course who asks is a factor in that ruling but another factor that is important to keep in mind is who is more masculine vs. Who in the relationship is "Beauty" and who is "Charming"?

Charming wants to seduce you, while Beauty wants to be the seductress.

I used to starve myself before dates so I’d look skinny, but then I’d be so hungry and jittery, I couldn’t function properly. Once my date got there, she found me at the table, calm cool and collected. She did not disappoint: “A way to banish nerves is to realize that they WANT you to be the right person for the job — it solves their problem just as much as yours!

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