Fell in love with a girl...one problem. i AM a girl.
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Original Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Basically, i am a 16 year old girl and i think i am in love with one of my best friends. I think about her all the time and i miss her when she's not around. Lately, we have been spending ALOT of time together and sometimes it seems like she sort of has feelings for me...but it's hard to tell. I'm afraid to tell her how i feel at the risk of losing a friendship that means so much to me, but is it still the right thing to do? Is there a way to get her to understand how i feel WITHOUT just telling her outright? Is it possible to get HER to make the first move?
User Submitted Advice from a 13-20 year old Male
I think if bringing up "girl-girl" relationships are hard and seem a little abrupt, ask about gays in general. It's not hard to get on the subject for girls, just start watching "Queer Eye".
If see is against it, ask her why, and say something like,"Well, I'm for it, I think true love overcomes gender". That shows her you aprove of homosexuality, and if she has feelings for you she is open to say it. -Will
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