But girls are an entirely different kind of animal.
Women aren't a simple stroll in the park; women are an uphill climb in dangerous weather conditions. Also, lesbian culture, by nature, is extremely elusive.
So we thought it’d be cool to compile a Lesbian Dating 101 for you, comprised of all the fantastic how-to guides we’ve published over the last many moons.
We’ve also published a lot of relationship advice on how to be gay and a lot of topical personal essays and reports from the field — about lesbian tinder, being bi on OK Cupid, dating while sober, dating on the autism spectrum, what you learn from moving in with your girlfriend, among so many others— but this post is all about the how-tos.
Unless gay bars are your thing, dating is a game of guess and check; knowing who is gay, let alone who is single and interested in more than friendship, can be quite a challenge.
According to recent statistics, the LGBT community makes up roughly 5% of the American population, but where are all the Lesbian singles?
If you’re genuinely interested in your complex compatibility with someone else, think about getting a star chart done, as it will tell you multitudes more than sun sign alone.
As far as I’m concerned, barring illegality, there’s no such thing as an age difference being “too big” unless it presents problems for the couple.
The bigger the differences, the more potential problems. I have put together some suggestions for cis women on thinking through some basic trans issues, including ideas on approaching trans women in a romantic or intimate context.
I wear my heart on my sleeve and I believe in 100% honestly and transparency. I love hard but I am cautions with who I let into my life and my children's life.