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How to Get a Lesbian Woman’s Number

Kara Pound
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Ah, the good old digits. I’m sure there are thousands of cheesy pickup lines to try and secure a woman’s phone number, but let’s be honest, they don’t work. When you’re looking to turn a great bar conversation into a first date, you need a way to contact her.

You could ask for her email, LinkedIn account or mailing address, but a cell phone number is the most practical — and the easiest.

So when you meet a kick-ass woman and you’re hoping it turns into something more, how do you get a lesbian woman’s number?

Think about why you really want it.

Do you just want to get her into bed, or do you think there’s a relationship budding right in front of your very eyes? Think about the end game before making a play.

Author Fran Lebowitz, known for her sardonic social commentary on American life, once said, “As a teenager you are at the last stage in your life when you will be happy to hear that the phone is for you.”

What Lebowitz is getting at are the butterflies in your stomach, the utter elation when that one person calls who you’ve been waiting to hear from.

This, my friend, is why securing the digits is so important. If you’ve met a woman you’d like to get to know, be honest about it — to yourself and to her.

Life is too short to play hard to get or beat around the bush. Simply, and without BS, ask to extend the conversation — and the possibility of a first date — with her phone number.

Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho once said, “I cry very easily. It can be a movie, a phone conversation, a sunset — tears are words waiting to be written.”

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