Anonymous said: Ive been w/ my gf for 7months. Before I met her I'd been in a longterm relationship with a guy & between him & my gf I had a drunken fumble w/ a girl. However my gf has a much more elaborate sexual history which includes a 3some. I count myself as having negligle experience w/ women & feel intimidated by her experience. I'm scared that there is no way that I could be as good a lover as her past sexual partners. I wouldn't let it come between us but its really taking a toll on my self confidence.
Honestly I feel like in a healthy relationship with equal love between both partners things like that shouldn’t matter. I know I have been on both ends of that stick and really if your partner truly loves you your sexual experience shouldn’t matter much. That is just my opinion though.
Mostly I would just suggest talking to her about it, communication is key in a relationship. Tell her that it worries you and you sometimes feel intimidated.
Anonymous said: Me and my girlfriend will have been together for a whole year in just a couple of months and I want to treat her to something special, but I'm not sure what to do. I'm usually the more passive one, so I don't really plan the "big things" with us. Help?
Honestly I am not the best with these things either, I think it’s different when it’s YOUR significant other. I always try to plan something very person specific when it comes to things like this. Do something you KNOW she loves doing or she has just been dying for you two to do together.
You can always go back to the tradition ‘romantic’ dates. I mean look at a cheesy 80s love movie and get some motivation. Really you can’t go wrong unless you put no effort into it.
Anonymous said: I'm a single lesbian (of sorts), but there is this girl that I seem to have fallen head over heels for. She has proclaimed that she is bisexual, so there isn't a big issue with sexuality. But there is one problem: I'm socially awkward and so asking girls (or anyone) out is a little hard for me. Is there a way I can get over that stump?
The best advice I can give you is to just suck it up and go for it. Really, rip it off fast like a band-aid and you will realize that it will be fine. It is going to be terrifying and it’s going to be the most nerve wracking experience but you WILL feel better! I guarantee it, no matter the outcome you will fell better.
Besides nothing good can come out of waiting, you don’t want to miss your chance of something potentially amazing.
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Anonymous said: I think I'm straight, but sometimes, I find girls extremely attractive. Like, I want to kiss them and stuff. I don't know what to do.
Just be honest with your feelings. If you want to do something then do it and see how you feel after. I trust you will know how you feel about it after.
Anonymous said: How to flirt with another girl? I havent really had alot of experience with girls.. but a couple weeks i met a girl online and shes just amazing and i really want to be with her in something serious but i dont know how =( shes fully lesbian.
Flirting is flirting, just flirt. Just because you are all of a sudden flirting with a girl doesn’t make it any different. Be yourself, be honest and tell her how you feel.