I met this girl at LIGALY. She was smokin' hot! I fell for her love at first sight! I exchanged phone #s w/ her. We texted a little bit. She ddnt mind me calling her hot (she even said "aww thanx").
Anyways, she's like "best friends" w/ her ex-girlfriend. Her ex is hot too. I was chatting with the ex last night. I ast her casual questions. She said she's currently dating a trans (FTM). Later, she ast me "Do you like my frann or something?" I ask her "U mean like like?" She says yes. I pause and before I get a chance to think, she gets offline. She got offline b4 she ast the question, so I guess it's a fb prob.
The prob with me not answering is, what if that was my opportunity with her. But if i answer her (which im not gonna lie and say no), it might cause an issue.
I ast diff ppl what I should say next time she asks. One person said "no b/c then it would make you the real girl" (as in the submissive). Another friend told me to tell her that who I like is my bizzness and no one else's. My mom says I should tell her "I like her but I have to get to know her well enough to know if I like like her." I think I do wanna say that, but start off with "why do you ask". Of course, there are many reasons.
I did have a little bit of butterflies when she ast.
So I just need help with what I <em>should</em> say or not.
-------------------- ~Stephanie Gabriella Murray I'm very gay for being a lesbian, and not gay to be what I'm not Posts: 251 | From: Long Island | Registered: Dec 2010
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Your mother sounds right in this situation. Sorry for such a late reply to this, but I don't like questions going unanswered, and this one is...
just tell her, if it's even still an issue now like two months later, which it's probably not, but if it is, waste no time, comrade!
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