It’s a scientifically proven fact that lesbians and bisexuals and otherwise-labeled or label-free people like that have approximately 463% more feelings and questions than their straight counterparts. What to do! Formspring Friday, duh. Grab some coconut water and get comfortable because these queerdos need your help!
10 Formspring Questions for You to Answer:
1. MY GF is funny, beautiful, but doesn’t like to read, talk politics, eat new cuisines, all of which I LOVE. When do you know when you have just enough in common and should suck it up when it comes to the differences and when to find someone new?
2. My girlfriend got her hair buzzed and I don’t find her attractive anymore. I just feel really threatened by buzzcuts. What do I do?
3. Is it a bad idea to ask a women in my softball league (different team) who is quite a bit older and whom I never really met on a date right after introducing myself? We’ve both totally checked each other out, but she hasn’t made a move yet.
4. Very important question: vests. where do lezzies buy vests?
5. I’m 23 and work at a college. The students I work with are around my age and see me as a peer. I went to a conference as an advisor and I think one of the students from the trip is interested in me? I’m interested back/conflicted/what should I do?
6. I came out the closet two yrs ago but ended up meeting a nice guy and started dating him but now all I can think about it women and how I really want to be with one (sexually) I’m not sure what to do because I really care for him a lot.
7. I think I might be asexual, but I’m emotionally/romantically attracted to girls, which I guess would make me a homo-romantic asexual. Are there even any girls who would be willing to date me?! And how/when do i let them know what to expect from me…?
8. My girlfriend and I love each other. It’s actually real. Her mom informed her yesterday that they are moving back to Canada after graduation, and there is no way that she can stay here in the U.S. with me, because we’re both 17. Your thoughts?
9. I’ve decided that I will not come out to my family because I think its dumb that I have to “come out” as me. My sister didn’t have to have a production when she starting dating a guy. Do you think a formal “coming out” is necessary?
10. I find out through the rumor mill that a friend I used to think was the straightest of straight dudes might actually be bisexual. As a fellow bi, how do I let him know that I’m someone he can talk to without forcing him to tell me if he’s not ready?
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