There is a girl I am acquainted with from school. Since we have met, I felt there was sexual tension between us, but I never voiced this aloud. A few weeks ago, we ran into one another and spoke for a few minutes; we have not hung out before. One thing led to another, and she said to me, "is there sexual tension between us or...?". I took her aside, asked if she was discrete and she said that she was. I told her that I had also felt the sexual tension. She said she did not date girls, but hooked up with them and I said that I did not date girls either. Then, she left and went to find someone else. Later, we were walking and I asked if she wanted to hook up with me, but she did not really give me an answer. The surroundings were a bit chaotic during the entire time. I would like to hook up with her (discreetly), but am not sure if I should pursue this or how to ask. We are not friends exactly and because she did not give me an answer before I am confused. Could I have some advice? Any would be very helpful.
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Having sexual chemistry with someone doesn't always mean it's a good idea to pursue being sexual with that person, but I don't see that there's any harm in trying to talk to her about this again, at any rate. If you still don't get a clear answer, probably best to let it go.
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