What does this mean?


What does this mean?

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    December 24, 2014 at 6:05 pm #69596
    What does this mean?

    I am openly lesbian at work&have a girlfriend. I am quite close to a married coworker (I will call her C). We all went out for a work party&she sat next to me all night; our bodies were touching side by side. At one point someone told a guy he was a bit effeminate at which point I jokingly said maybe I should butch up, being a lesbian. At this point C said she thought I was very pretty&that she found me sexy as I was the perfect mix of female and male &that if she wasn’t married then she would go for me.

    I thought she was being nice but later when it was just me, C & another person, we were talking about relationships & C said she didn’t know if she was gay or straight as she was brought up religiously so she was taught it was wrong but she believes it’s about the person & not the gender. She then said again that if she wasn’t married she would go for me.i said don’t encourage me &she said she was too old for me.
    What would you think if the above was said to you?

    December 26, 2014 at 4:10 am #69622

    I would take it as a green light. She hinted it twice, one is not simply nice about the same thing for two different times, saying the same things. She first might have said it to let you know, then said it again to make sure you get the message. The line with “I’m too old for you” sounds to me like “You can’t possibly want me…can you ?”.