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Okay so let me explain some things....I'm 17, I have been a lesbian since I was 15, and in between that time I had one boyfriend (who i dated just to make sure that i liked girls and it ended very badly) and 2 girlfriends, one of which I dont consider a girlfriend because I never had any feelings for her, the other, my first true love, who just broke up with me like 3 weeks ago.

now, i have a best friend, who's a lesbian, and she just broke up with her girlfriend, who's also a lesbian, and i know it is my best friend and all, but she told me I could date her girlfriend. This is the part where I'm stuck. I really like her, we've hung out a few times and stuff, but she is really upset about the break up, and I understand that because I'm still kinda upset about my breakup.

So what do I do? I need to let her trust build up in me, and I can't rush things. It's kind of hard to contact her now, her cell phone is taken away until sunday I think, and I called her house phone tonight and her dad was having a talk with her and he said she'd call me back in 10 minutes but its been almost an hour now. I don't want to keep calling, I'll look like a stalker, but I want to hang out with her soon.

Gah, what do I do?

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Since she is your best friend, she's not going away anytime soon, so I would suggest waiting until she isn't still as upset about her breakup before trying to start anything new.

You said you need to let her trust build up in you, but if you're best friends, doesn't she already trust you?

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