5 Valentines Day Gift Ideas For Lesbians

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5 Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Lesbians

Sasha Lotrian

Written by: Sasha Lotrian

Sasha Lotrian

Sasha Lotrian is the creator of CardCarryingLesbian.com. She was also named one of DatingAdvice.com's 10 Best Lesbian Dating Bloggers.

Edited by: Lillian Castro

Lillian Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro brings more than 30 years of journalism experience to ensure DatingAdvice articles have been edited for overall clarity, accuracy, and reader engagement. She has worked at The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The Gwinnett Daily News, and The Gainesville Sun covering lifestyle topics.

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As lesbians, you would think we know what women want. But the truth is, women are so complicated sometimes, even another woman can’t quite figure it out.

With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, the pressure is on to find a way to show her you care.

If you’re single but hoping to change that, this is your chance.

Here are some bold moves you can use to show that special someone she should be your Valentine:

1. Surprise her

vday-1Surprise her by waiting by her car with a single red rose. Going in for the kiss in front of her gawking co-workers is up to you.

2. A romantic gesture

Draw your initials with hers in the sand on a romantic walk. Or, for you rebels, carve your initials into a tree while on a sunset stroll.vday-2

These gestures, while easy on the wallet, can make a beautiful memory if done right.

Cheesy? Sure! But let’s remember this is a holiday represented by a diapered angel.

3. Send her flowers to work

vday-3Don’t sign the card. You want to leave a little mystery but not too much!

Say something on the card that lets her know it has to be you. Try something like, “You looked so beautiful in that blue dress. I can’t wait to see you again.”

4. A classic

If you’re traditional, the old standby of a romantic restaurant followed by lots of hand holding and eye gazing is always a classic.vday-4

But if you’re going to do that, use your creativity at some point in the night to make it stand out in her memory.

It could be something as simple and as corny as a love letter you give her with dessert.

5. A romantic getaway

If you’re flush with cash, whisking a girl away for a romantic night out of town is always a surefire way to get those romantic and commitment feelings flowing.

vday-5But be warned, if you’re not playing for keeps, maybe hold off on this one. Most girls will think this is a sign of wanting a real relationship.

What’s the moral of this story? Lesbians are girls, too! We want what every girl wants. Romance!

If you’re newly out, this can be daunting, but don’t worry. When all else fails, ask yourself what you would want the girl of your dreams to do for you and go from there.

What’s your go-to Valentine’s Day gift?

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