We’ve been at this business of art for nearly six years, which means we’ve said a thing or two about a thing or two: like how to be a queer woman who meets, desires and romances women or otherwise-identified humans out there.
So we thought it’d be cool to compile a Lesbian Dating 101 for you, comprised of all the fantastic how-to guides we’ve published over the last many moons.
We’ve also published a lot of relationship advice on how to be gay and a lot of topical personal essays and reports from the field — about lesbian tinder, being bi on OK Cupid, dating while sober, dating on the autism spectrum, what you learn from moving in with your girlfriend, among so many others— but this post is all about the how-tos.
(If you’re looking for breakup advice, you better hold your horses for the next issue of Better Together! Are you pulling batteries from the remote control to put into your vibrator?
So, before you consider having your Valentine’s Day date in any Solenad cinema or movie theater, take a gander at the fatal mistakes you should avoid: Regardless of whether this is your first date or not, arriving late is not only rude, but it would also mean you would miss the first few minutes of your show.
Unlike a restaurant which may hold your reservation for fifteen minutes or so, the movies must go on with or without you.
The protocols and practices of dating, and the terms used to describe it, vary considerably from country to country and over time.