Don’t give me the prim “I don’t like dating apps” garble. I don’t love dating apps either, but sh*t, it’s hard to meet someone in And sadly, lesbian bars are being shut down at an alarming rate.
Just like having a virtual wingman by your side, it takes the hassle and stigma out of dating and paints a much better picture of you as a person.
Your friends can even recommend other singles on the site to you.
Some lesbians liked to be tight-lipped (no pun intended) about the gay underworld. I see it like this: It’s hard enough to be gay in this cruel, cold, heteronormative world.
We don’t need to make it even harder on the young bloods by keeping our world so secretive.
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Mama’s got a backup plan…Go to the lesbian bar alone. We’re perpetually thirsty for fresh gay blood, so being new on the scene actually works in your favor. It’s safe to assume the people at the gay bar are gay. Remember, the homo bar is your territory, and you should feel empowered on your turf. No one is going to know you’re gay just by looking at you (everyone rocks short hair and flannel these days), so make sure everywhere you go, you slip in your sexual identity.
If you don’t have a lesbian bar in your town, get online and research a lesbian night somewhere in the surrounding area. Who doesn’t love a mystery woman who is sitting solo at the girl bar? Sprinkle in an “Oh, my ex-girlfriend did this…” or a “So and so is a hot girl.
So here it is, kids: Zara’s official dating tips for the newly out LEZ.