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Tia798ParticipantFebruary 28, 2013 at 3:30 pm #24193
First of all, I’m completely out with my friends and family but recently went out with a girl friend who got a little drunk and admitted to liking me. We’ve been cool and I never thought anything of i (I always only see her date guys) and she started flirting with me after having a couple drinks. Should I pursue this or just leave it that she’s a straight girl with les intentions? She’s been a little shy and awkward to me lately and it’s probably from that night and I don’t want to ruing our friendship. Not sure what to do in this situation, she is cute and I wouldn’t mind trying to switch gears for her but I’m a little taken aback
WhitneyRParticipantMarch 1, 2013 at 12:45 pm #24335
Hmm, I’d be careful with approaching her too aggressively. Although she made a drunken mistake I bet she IS a little embarrassed and not sure how to describe her actions, even to herself. I guess since you’re already friends try to hang out with a few other then pull her aside and tell her you want to ask her what she might have meant that night.
genesis58ParticipantMarch 4, 2013 at 11:50 am #24419
Right, if you try to pursue this as a potential relationship it’ll probably be more of a headache to get her to completely come out (if she’s really gay or not). I think you should approach her as a friend and tell her you’re there to listen and be her friend. If she’s going through a doubtful situation in her life, don’t try to shove a “dating” scenario too soon for her. She still needs time to figure herself out.
Tia798ParticipantMarch 5, 2013 at 6:21 pm #24665
I hung out with a couple more friends who also saw her that night and they all agree she’s been acting a bit awkward and shy about the other night. I see her infrequently so if I want to approach her I’d have to make an effort. I’m not one to make people feel uncomfortable so I’ve thought about just dropping it. I’m sure a lot of us acted like her in other situations where we weren’t sure about our feelings and might’ve made a little fool of ourselves….
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