Play dating games for girls

29-Apr-2020 18:32

She inhaled deeply, anxiously tapped the stem glass with her pointed acrylic nail and pressed my gaze so deeply I felt like she was peering into my soul — before she repeated the six dreaded words my exhausted ears have been forced to endure thousands upon thousands of times: “You're so lucky to be a lezzzbiaaan,” she said, drawing out the “zzz” and “aaaa” for additional emphasis.

While I DO feel extraordinarily lucky to be a lesbian, it's not for the same reasons my darling, dear friend might so sweetly suggest.

Neder: My problem is that I don't want to play the dating game and I don't know how to avoid it.

I'm not interested in the type of relationship that's a sort of fragile peace treaty after a war of conquest.

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These young lovers have gone on countless adventures and explored wild lands on vacation, but it doesn't matter whe...

Everyone has different tastes, so it's a good idea to check out multiple opinions!

As a girl who exclusively dates other girls, I'm constantly subjected to the perpetual droning of my heterosexual female friends about the horrors of dating men.“The games are unbearable,” a straight girlfriend lamented to me last weekend over a midday martini.

Wherever you fall onto the colorful spectrum of sexuality is hyper-irrelevant when it comes to the harrowing games existing in a new romantic courtship. Why, dear WHY are we so inclined to subject ourselves to the self-inflicted masochism that is dating at all?

Is it simply because we want to test the temperature of the waters before taking the dive?

These young lovers have gone on countless adventures and explored wild lands on vacation, but it doesn't matter whe...

Everyone has different tastes, so it's a good idea to check out multiple opinions!

As a girl who exclusively dates other girls, I'm constantly subjected to the perpetual droning of my heterosexual female friends about the horrors of dating men.“The games are unbearable,” a straight girlfriend lamented to me last weekend over a midday martini.

Wherever you fall onto the colorful spectrum of sexuality is hyper-irrelevant when it comes to the harrowing games existing in a new romantic courtship. Why, dear WHY are we so inclined to subject ourselves to the self-inflicted masochism that is dating at all?

Is it simply because we want to test the temperature of the waters before taking the dive?

When I consider what's involved in the dating game—deception to up each person's perceived social value, rudeness/flakiness to increase hype or show lack of desperation—I think such behaviors provide a terrible basis for a relationship.