I'm an open minded girl, who doesnt 'like' boys lol.
I go out once a week just about, to gay clubs/bars and not once has it been a productive night, I'm seriously beginning to wonder if I'm just not what girls wants. I'm very shy so dont really go and chat the girls up, which is understandable since I've only come to terms wit my sexuality in the past 9months, but I'm eager to know how to attract girls.
I have been told that I dont 'look' like a lesbian, which I've taken to heart because I cant help not being a stereotype!
If anyone has even the smallest piece of advice, I'd be really greatful
[This message has been edited by misskickass (edited 01-18-2004).]
Yes I have the same problem with boys and girls,but I want to be in a relationship with a girl but I can't find anyone who seems to find me attractive though I'm only 14. But just be urself. I know it sounds silly,but it actually works. Don't try to change urself just so someone will be w/ you cuz that wouyld be living a lie. But yeah just be urself and have confidence in urself and that is all you need.
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i can understand your problem because i'm very shy too and offer up this little peice of advice be cool with yourself and be happy with who you and peolpe will be cool with u too! and never be afraid to let yourself go shine for yourself and people will be attracted to u!
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even though i kinda automatically labeled myself as "straight" cuz that's what we're all kinda brought up to think, i never ruled out the possibility of having a relationship with a girl.... for almost all my middle school and high school years i only had one boyfriend for only 2 months and everybody else seemed to be getting with people... sometimes it distressed me a bit but i tried not to worry... and then this summer a very good friend of mine and i got together... it was so simple and so natural yet i would never have expected it a week before it happened. i think it's always kinda this way. you find yourself with someone and you're just not sure how you got there. don't worry, it's okay not to find someone right away. i'm shy too, and maybe it doesn't help. maybe it just means that when you actually connect with someone it runs deeper than people who can chat up other people "superficially". i've never been happier than with my girlfriend - it was well worth spending all those years as a single.
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