Hello all~ Well this is kind of complicated, but I'll try to explain. I'm in high school, and I am still in the closet except to a couple of friends. One of my friends who knows about me told me that she would "fix me up" with one of her old classmates. This, of course, was good news, because, well, who DOESN'T want to go out with new people? She told me a bit about her, and that the only drawback might be that she has just been in a pretty bad breakup. This breakup was with a girl. When I dated guys, it didn't seem to bother them that they had just broken up with a girl and of course are moving on to another. I imagine, though, that a girl's outlook would be different. I just need advice on how to act, or how to address this (if at all), in the event that we do go out, because I have never been in this situation. Any advice would be most appreciated. Thanks, ~Alex~
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I don't think a girl's outlook necessarily differs from a guy's. but i do think if she's still hurting from a breakup, then definitely take things very slowly and don't be surprised if she's just not ready to go. but who knows, maybe she's actually ready to see other people, in which case you're good to go
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It sounds like a PERFECT relationship to me. Since your still in the closet, for the most part, I'm assuming you're not ready to be making out with some girl in the hallways yet... Haha, well neither is she! So there you go! You both can take it slow.
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