I am in Love with a Lesbian

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
i like this girl who i used to be enemies with ( i probably emailed u about her a couple months before)
and i liked her a couple of times but things dint work out( i never asked her out though)
but now i discovered that she is a lesbian (bi sexual actualy) and i was kinda shocked and then understood why things never got off the ground, but for some reason lately she has been more accepting to me and more open and flirty when i talk to her. i even lend her money sometimes ( i know this has nothing to do with liking me cause its happened before.. not at this degree though)
and theres a dance comming up(actualy its the day after i sent this email to you.) what do i do, how do i get closer to her how do i get her to understand how how i feel about her, ( the last time she found out i liked her , last year she was offended )
so how do i tell her how do i get closer to her, and how would her beeing bisexual affect any chances of a relation ship?

RomanceClass.com Advice
Treat her as you would any other girl.

Flirt with her and eventually build up the courage to ask her out.

Ask her for a walk in the park, or by a lake or river, ask her to hang out, or go to some event like a school game.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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