Lesbian etiquette is baffling at the best of times. You can hardly tell where one relationship ends, and the other begins. Also, the dating game and lesbian world has changed shape. We live in a digital era where single lesbians are more likely to friend their date on Facebook before they even chat, read their Tumblr blog, and like every picture on Instagram account. There are no set rules on who should initiate a date.
30 Rookie Lesbian Dating Mistakes I Made Before 30 | GO Magazine
I was puffing on a cigarette outside of a lesbian club, looking all bleary-eyed and angst-ridden when an older dyke, probably about fifteen years my senior, came sauntering on over to me. I sighed. None of my friends will talk to me because I drunkenly hooked up with one of their exes. Had I blacked out and gone hiking? Here are 30 rookie mistakes I made, that I finally stopped making by the time I hit 30 and became the seasoned lesbian I am today. I swear to Lana Del Rey.
A Mini-Etiquette Lesson: A Primer for the Well-Intentioned Lesbian
Lesbian dating culture is, by its very nature, somewhat elusive. The last thing you want to feel going into the dating scene is anxious! Miingle have got this.
Who could be better at seduction than a woman? I think we all have our own lesbian dating horror stories that we like to tell our friends as a warning of things to come. If we could just collectively raise the bar a little and invest as much in the art of dating as we do in the art of Facebooking, maybe lesbian courtship could be a brave new world. For the love of getting laid, stop telling dates about your exes!