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  1. Hey gurls, I have a major problem I try to deal with but it's getting frustrating! So, I'm in a relationship, we've been together for months, we're happy and even got to the point where we say the L word to eachother! Problem is, I so want to come out!!!! But my girlfriend is afraid, we keep talking about it and both agree it sucks having to hide the relationship from everyone, so coming out is definitely the next important step. But she's afraid. Every time I talk her into it, she seems ready and all, then she backs out... What should I do?? I don't want to keep hiding it, I love this girl and want to shout it in everyone's face! Any advice?
  2. Living in a conservative area sucks a lot..especially when you go to a very small school..im the only gay girl(that I know of) name my whole school..I'm in 11th grade..i tried asking my school consoler if she introduce me another gay person like she did last time(she showed me this cool girl who was also lesbian but is since gone) but she said she can't because of confidentiality..I can't date in real life because I don't know gay girls...or at the very least any bi girls...and all the girls who I do find attractive and would like to date are ALWAYS straight...we don't have a GSA at my school but the school next to us does...I feel very lonely..any advice or tips to cope with?
  3. I've known people who aren't gay nor lesbians but acts so feminine and masculine. I have a friend who is a guy and dates girls but acts so feminine, so girlish but he said that isn't gay. It's just the way he projects himself and is cool with it. My hubby's cousin also acts too girly with the way he moves but he said that he is straight and oftentimes he feel mad and offended when people think that he is gay or bisexual. I also have schoolmates who acts like boys and men especially with the way they dress and walk, but aren't lesbians and dates men. What do you think about men being too feminine and women too masculine but aren't considered as LGBT?
  4. Have you ever thought about lesbian wedding bells? Getting more serious now, how do you feel about same sex marriage? Is it legal yet where you're from? If yes, how does the society react, are people in your country OK with it?
  5. I have 2 female colleagues at work. One is new (been working with us only for a couple of weeks now), and the other one is my friend, she has short hair, dresses casual all the time (comfy pants, large hoodies and so on..) and wears little to no makeup at all. So, yesterday, the new girl and I were talking and, somehow, she asked me if our other colleague is a lesbian! I told her there's no way she's lesbian, she has a family and a happy marriage (to a man), so I asked why did she think that, and the answer was.. she just assumed, because of the clothes and no makeup and all, and I found out there are quite a few people who got the same impression first time they met my colleague. I blame the media. I've thought about it a lot and can't really figure out where do these lesbian stereotypes come from. I was wondering if anyone here has any input on where you think lesbian stereotypes come from? What do you think?
  6. I know there isn't a specific answer to my question, but more or less, when would you say it's time to introduce your lesbian lover to your family? I have a girlfriend, we're not that serious (like, we don't talk marriage or future big plans), but we're exclusive and we have fun together. I was thinking it would be a good idea to introduce her to my mom, seeing how she accepts my brother as gay AND with a partner, living together, but me she doesn't take seriously. Would you say introducing my girlfriend to my mom would help?
  7. I think it's time for me to confess something I've never told anyone before! So, I'm a closeted lesbian, and for now it's going to stay that way! I have no intention of coming out anytime soon. The problem, however, is that ever since I have accepted myself, I started to be more interested in LGBT issues, I'm more involved in forums such as this one and so on. I'd love to have someone else to talk about this stuff but I'm afraid to tell my best friend because I think I might have feelings for her. At first I thought it was a phase, since we were always together and I was very confused, I thought this is something I shouldn't pursue because it will go away. But it didn't. I see my best friend almost every day, and instead of things getting back to normal, I feel more and more attracted to her and I don;t know why! I've never felt that for her before, we were best friends and that's it! And she's definitely not a lesbian, which makes it even worse! Can someone please help me with some advice? I thought about seeing her less, finding excuses not to see her but that would make her suspicious and eventually she'll sense that somethings wrong! I just don't know what to do ..
  8. Hi everyone! This is my first post here. Let me introduce myself, I'm Kitty, I'm 17 and I recently came out to my mom. However, my coming out story was a disaster and now I just don't know what to do anymore! My brother, he's 27, is gay. He came out as gay, and my mom acted all OK with it. This was last year. A few weeks ago, I decided to come out to my mom as well. I was SURE everything was going to be fine! So, I told my mom I like other girls. That's when things started getting weird! My mom doesn't accept me as a lesbian. She says it's just a phase, she says it's because I grew up without my dad and I just don't know what a man figure is. But that's not true, I really am LGBT, she just doesn't want to understand it. I don't know what to do anymore. Why does she accept my brother but not me? It just doesn't make any sense
  9. Hi everyone, I'm Netty and I am a lesbian. I'm very glad I found this website, as I need some help and advice. I recently turned 18, and I was sure once I was legally an adult I could begin to really live my life as I feel I should. I was always afraid of my parents being mad at me and telling me what to do, so I figured once I turn 18, I can start living my own life. But age didn't change the fact that I grew up in a very religious family and, even if I have accepted myself as a lesbian, I always feel guilty when I think of girls a certain way... I'm afraid if I do something my parents or the Bible doesn't agree with, something bad will happen. I don't want to feel like this anymore. I know, deep down, that bad things don't happen just because you're gay! But I can't help it, for 18 years all I heard is being lesbian/gay/bisexual and don't even get me started on transsexual, is very very wrong. I just want a normal life, to have a girlfriend and just be happy, but I feel there's something holding me back. Has anyone ever felt this way? What did you do? Will therapy help? I'm ready to try anything that would help!
  10. How do you define gender roles in your relationship? In other away round, do you have a gender role to perform?
  11. I know this is a VERY general question, but I'm curious, what exactly attracts you in other girls? Is it the personality? Is it the physical aspect? Also, are you more attracted to other lesbians, because you know there's a possibility there, or have you ever had feelings for straight girls also?
  12. So, as you might already know, I'm struggling with confusion about gender orientation myself. I only dated boys but I think I'm also interested in girls. So, I'll make this short! There's a girl, we go to the same school but different classes, and I think if I would to go out with someone, it'll be her. I know for sure she's a lesbian, everyone knows it. I just don't know her ! I've heard she's single now and am thinking, if ever there's an opportunity to date her, it has to be now! I just don't know how to ask her out. I'm not nervous because she might say no, I'm nervous because I've never asked anyone out before, especially another girl! Any advice? Do I tell her I like her? Or do I just say hey and ask if she'd like to see a movie sometime? Sorry if this sounds lame. I barely have the guts to ask you guys for help, let alone talk to her!
  13. For some reasons I really like this song and its MV. Do you guys have your favourite lesbian themed songs?
  14. I think falling inlove with a single mum was a hard part because it has so many responsibilities you need to commit. But i think Same sex would understand if they are in the sam situation.
  15. First official message, here goes. So, I just turned 20, less than 2 weeks ago, but I've never dated anyone seriously, ever. Some of my friends have steady relationships already, but I've never actually gone out with boys for more than a few weeks. I say boys, because until recently, this seemed to be my only choice. For years, my parents and group of friends keep telling me how dating works, and I grew up thinking girls are supposed to date boys, because it's "normal". The plan was always, find a nice guy, get married and have kids. But what if I find boys to be... not my type? I mean, I feel much closer to girls, I find them to be much more interesting. What I'm saying is, I do enjoy my time with guys, but I feel that there's something missing. I've never asked a girl out before, but when I think about it, I find myself smiling. I never thought I'd be so confused! Am I attracted to girls? Have I not found the right guy yet? I haven't told this to anyone, this is the first time I'm talking about how I feel, I don't even know anyone who's gay or lesbian so it's very difficult for me to relate. So, how do you know who you are? Am I bisexual? Am I just telling myself I 'have' to like boys, when in fact, I'm a lesbian? I don't like feeling like this, it's very uncomfortable, and have no one to talk to about it
  16. Anyone here know them? I have been following their YouTube channel for some time. I love them more now! They are a married lesbian couple, been together for about 5 years. Rose is 28 years old and Rosie is 26 years old. And I am 27. Here are some GIFs to give you an idea of who they are.
  17. We all know Ellen is one of the most inspiring people on Earth, at least this is to me and many LGBT and non-LGBT people. Love her show, love her personality and love what she is doing all the time. President Obama on awarding Ellen Degeneres with the Presidential Medal of Freedom:
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