You were never just dating a cute woman. You were dating a cute woman who is also someone’s daughter, granddaughter, bubeleh, mija, etc.
You and your ex are going to the same social event? You should probs read this first.
“Give her time, give her love and support and when she’s ready to whack the rainbow flag bumper sticker on her car, then she will.”
I’m helping you put the EX back in TEXT
Once upon a time I married a man, had kids, and realized I was a lesbian. Here’s what happened and what I wish somebody had told me at the time.
That’s it, I’m dating myself.
May-December (or even May-October) romances can present occasional challenges, they can also be awesome.
At some point, between the night where my friend walked to her ex’s house with my keys, phone and money in her boot, the night where I sobbed to strangers about losing my credit card in the bathroom and the one where I held my friend’s hair as she vomited onto the street, I realized “Oh shit, this sucks.”
Girls are always asking me for advice on various coming out situations, and I don’t always know how to answer them. Perhaps you, dear reader, would like to take a swing at it?
You think you can’t talk to that girl because she’s flawless and you’re you, but that’s bullshit! With special guest: The Great Equalizer.
If there is one thing lesbians love more than cats and beanies, it’s talking about their feelings.
How do you successfully flirt with that adorable barista?
What if you get to college and your roommates are really homophobic?
Can you fall in love and have a successful relationship with somebody you’ve never met?
I had already committed, in my mind, to taking on consent activism for the rest of my life. Then I came out of the closet.
Queer girls from 40 different schools give you the uncensored scoop on what it feels like for a gay lady on their campus — from hookup culture to dyke parties to activism and academics.
So you’re going to your first semester at college! Do you have to come out to your roommate?
Can a top be a bottom without selling her soul? And how to talk to a partner who isn’t what she used to be.
Should a social smoker quit just to please her girlfriend? And how to stop dating guys and start getting real (if that’s what you want to do).
“As an aspiring talk show host who also happens to be a lawyer and a formerly engaged Gay American, I know a lot about the ins and outs of marriage, legally and emotionally.”
“It’s okay to be angry. It’s okay to feel misled. It’s okay to feel stupid. It’s okay to listen to ‘Jar of Hearts’ on repeat.”