We humans are conditioned to believe that we need to have companionship in order to be healthy. Programming has us believing that we must seek fulfillment vicariously through the sexual partners and material possessions that usually come with a relationship.
About 15 years ago, I fell in love. I fell in love hard. Young and naïve; I was only 16 years old and experiencing life and what it all means. And there she was. Who she really was, who she became to me and what she meant to me, unfolded over the course of nine months.
Now, I would like to pride myself and say I am not the type of lady to look through my woman’s phone and I was … until recently. I had a funny feeling and my female intuition was coming in strong and hard. Something came over me and said, “Look through that phone” and next thing you know, I was all up in the business! But I wish I never did. Pandora’s Box was opened and BOOM!
When she asked me if I would be interested in dating her, I honestly didn’t know what to say. I needed some advice. Quick. I’m 31 and had never done it before. I know it sounds strange to hear a lesbian say this, but I have never dated another feminine lesbian before. I’ve never even wanted to date one. But this woman was different.
Maybe you don’t have a special someone to spend Valentine’s Day with and you are feeling like you’ll never meet the right one. Maybe you had a plan to be married with kids by a certain age. Unfortunately, life doesn’t work that way. But please don’t give up! Your special person is out there dreaming of you just as you are dreaming of her!
So, Valentine’s Day is almost here and you want to impress her! More so, you want to impress her and keep your pockets healthy. Plus you’re out of ideas to make this work for the good of all involved. Well, The Love Goddess has you covered with some great ideas!
What better candidate for your next romantic entanglement than the best friend of your ex-girlfriend? Part of the problem is that the District has had only one exclusively designated lesbian bar, Phase 1 near Eastern Market. (And even there you’re bound to find a confused straight male or two who came in for the eye candy. Tip, fellas: That is really annoying.)