Love and Skepticism
Lesbian Dating, Personal
Love and Skepticism
July 4, 2015 2
I’m usually a skeptic. A skeptic about people and love. I know love and skepticism aren’t usually used in the same sentence, but it tends to be when you’ve been hurt enough. Real love is supposed to be open and non-judgmental, but I’ll be the first to admit I’ve been hurt enough to where I hadn’t […]
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You Can’t Chase Love
Lesbian Dating
You Can’t Chase Love
December 30, 2014 1
I was in love twice in my early 20s. I’ve felt how intoxicating and high love can make you feel, but I’ve also learned that there are many different kinds of love. The love a friend, a family member and of course, a partner. I’ve learned you can’t chase love and it isn’t something you […]
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The Lesbian Vortex and Losing Your Soul Mate
Lesbian Dating
The Lesbian Vortex and Losing Your Soul Mate
November 8, 2014 0
  Letting go of your soul mate is one of the hardest things one will ever experience. I know first hand because it took me years to let go of who I thought was mine. I read an article that was posted by a friend on Facebook called “Losing Your Soul Mate Is The Best Thing […]
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My Hope for the Gay Community in 100 Years
Moments of Clarity, Personal
My Hope for the Gay Community in 100 Years
October 28, 2014 0
I attended a funeral this weekend for a man that lived over 100 years. He was a member of my extended family. My great uncle. As you may know, it’s a huge accomplishment to live 100 years. I couldn’t help, but contemplate what it would have been like to live through a century of time. The changes […]
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Wasted Time and Relationships
Lesbian Dating, Personal
Wasted Time and Relationships
October 9, 2014 0
I just ended a relationship a few days ago. I can’t help, but think how I’ve learned from each relationship I’ve had. We tend to always talk about how bad a relationship was or how much we regret wasting time on someone, yet that’t not always the case. I feel that the thought of wasted […]
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Lesbian Dating, Personal
There is No Fear in Love
August 26, 2014 0
When we are children we are innocent, carefree, and full of life. We haven’t encountered life’s trials and tribulations. Nor have we faced real failure. When we are children, adults emphasize making mistakes in order to learn. This is why children love and live life with no fear because there is no fear in love. […]
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Lesbian Dating
Avoiding Crazy Women in Lesbian Dating
July 30, 2014 0
We all have walls we put up to avoid being hurt. Some of us even set rules to keep from getting hurt again. What do I mean by rules? Well things like refusing to commit to someone for a certain period of time, saying you don’t want a relationship or even making excuses based on looks. […]
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Lesbian Dating Horror Stories Part 1 – The Asthma Attack
Dating Horror Stories
Lesbian Dating Horror Stories Part 1 – The Asthma Attack
June 25, 2014 3
I always have hilarious conversations with my friends about dating. Pretty much all of my friends (including me) are single and on the prowl, so to speak. We all exchange straight and lesbian dating horror stories and good stories when we see each other. It’s basically, “how’s work?” then “tell me about the love life.” […]
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Personal
My Life Rules for Living an Awesome Life
May 13, 2014 0
Life is a funny thing. It isn’t predictable and it’s never what we expect, yet it’s still incredible. Even the bad moments teach us something if we look hard enough. We as humans are constantly changing, growing and learning. It makes every day exciting and new. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about life’s […]
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Moments of Clarity, Personal
Coming Out 7 Years Later
April 10, 2014 1
Coming out for the first time was one of the scariest, most difficult and most memorable moments of my entire life. I still think back to how that one moment and those few words changed my life. I knew for awhile that I was gay before I came out, but it never hit me how things would change. […]
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