While we await new episodes of our favorite regular season shows, we thought it would be a good time to address the thing you really care about: Which lesbian/bisexual TV characters would be the best to U-Haul with?
This week’s New York Magazine Sex Diarist is going on a date with a woman for the first time and it’s totally no big deal.
“You feel broken or like you’ve done something wrong but you haven’t. Wanting to not feel bad isn’t wrong.”
Let’s help each other find love, or at least have a decent time with another human for 2-5 hours!
You are in love with someone who wants different things. What do you do?
This is not a how-to guide; there’s no right way to navigate these situations. Let’s share instances of microaggressions and some ways to deal in the hopes we’ll all be able to make it out alive, looking sexy and loving our hardest.
They should make up a sixth love language that’s just Texting Back in a Polite Amount of Time.
“We want these labels to tell us who we are and what we want because figuring out who we are and what we want in a big expansive lawless space is HARD.”
Please fight every urge you have to chase them down and squeeze the dog/cat’s face with your own face or hands while very loudly exclaiming HOW MUCH YOU JUST FREAKIN’ LOVE CATS OR DOGS ZOMGSRSLY. Don’t be this guy.
“I could not wrap my head around having to jump back into the dating scene – sober no less. Where would I find suitable dating candidates? How do I “come out” as sober? It’s bad enough that the queer dating pool is incredibly small. Now, I had to contend with the fact that some people would be averse to dating a sober recovering addict.”
The thing about being a top or a bottom is that it’s all in your head.
There is nothing wrong with you. Promise.
So you’re engaged, but your fiancée won’t let you tell anyone about it yet. What to do?
In which we try to determine whether a questioner’s recent breakup was the right move, or whether they should try to rectify it.
Honestly, while I’m open to diversity in the women that I date, I have found that usually out of 50 quick matches on OKC I might get three black lesbians.
Your girlfriend wants an open relationship and you agreed to it, but now you feel terrible all the time. What to do?
These female celebrity couples have a ten or more year age gap between them and they are happy as clams!
Something to make your day a little bit brighter.
How to pick up chicks, how to escape your terrible date, how to handle rejection, how to effectively fight with your girlfriend — we’ve got so much advice for y’all.
What do you do when your girlfriend has a secret bromance with a girl you once wanted to romance?
Was I so far from the idea of trans in her head, that there was no way I could be “one of them”? Or did she refuse to make the association because there was something so wrong with being a trans woman that she could never be attracted to one?