Lesbian love and dating advice facts on dating violence

09 Feb

Being Bisexual (damn right, that’s a capital B) and being a lesbian is the same flavour of sexuality and, although we’re different, there should be no scowling or judgemental glares. Gold Star Snobs are just as oppressive to the LGBT movement as homophobic people.

” If her answer is Oh My God I’m Totally Shane with a cocky head-jerk... How To Spot - Usually darting from group to group in the gay bar, these girls seem to know and love everyone.

They’ve probably got a few promo pictures of themselves on your favourite lez-clubs Facebook pages and most of their tweets are about what happens after 2am.

My straight friends find the concept of me seeing someone my ex has dated really quite squeamish, but it sort of comes with the territory in Gay-Land. So here are the 5 types of lesbian/bi woman that I recommend should be avoided at all costs: The Alpha Addict Traits - Image obsessed, often narcissistic and always devastatingly beautiful, the Alpha Addict is to be avoided at all costs. Scene Queens Traits - Sort of the poor-woman’s Alpha.

Unashamedly arrogant, self important and probably emotionally unavailable; addicted to maintaining their reputation as Alpha Lesbian at all costs, they can be spotted at the bar never buying their own drinks, often stringing along many a woeful woman, and consider themselves top of the lesbian food chain. - Because, although the character of Shane is fun to watch on screen (and yeah, I totally would) it’s not the sort of woman you’d aspire to be or be with, surely? Not something that spells out long-term-relationship. If you’re going for this kind of girl, you need a serious self-esteem check. Scene Queens are always out and about and never one to miss a weekday girl’s night.

They probably own some sort of quirky hat and wear it often. - Because scene girls are basically teenagers who never grew up. Well next thing you know it’s going to be about you.They’re desperate to “sit at the cool table” so will invest an incredible amount of time and effort into staying with the in crowd... Not to mention they only ever keep other Scene Queens as company. How To Spot - They’re clearly straight but have made a token attempt at looking the part (wearing Converse, hair up) and have trotted down to your local gay bar to throw you off the scent.Putting your needs first may feel awkward in the short-term, but pay such dividends in the long-term," says Kat Stark, a pansexual woman.The hustle and bustle of modern life often makes it difficult to connect with other women.