Let me start of by saying I don't mean men catcalling or otherwise being disrespectful under the guise of "flirting".
I know that I am lucky enough to have relatively good looking face, I've done fashion modelling up until two years ago so I know I look somewhat decent lol. This does mean I get comments of men trying to flirt rather often.
In my own village I sometimes get any comments about my appearance but whenever I travel to bigger cities I tend to get pulled aside once or twice every time I am there.
外围体育投注Today it happened again, a guy who was objectively very good looking told me how beautiful my hair was, I thanked him with a smile because I thought it was sweet (and hey! I was flattered!) but he proceeded to try and converse with me.
It was obvious he was flirting and hoped I liked him too, but he was doing so in a kind and respectful way and he made me laugh. I liked the conversation! If not for the fact that I knew he was under the assumption that me going along with meant to him I was flirting back.
You see, I struggle a lot when this happens. I am a bit awkward so at what point do I tell them: "hey dude, i am a lesbian"? At the start? Or does that make me look like a bitch - maybe they do just intend to give a compliment. Five minutes in? But that makes it seem like I am leading those poor dudes on!
Considering this happens pretty much every time I travel I would like some insight into what you guys do in these situations
Can anyone else relate?
(I wish girls would pull me over even half as often!!!! But that just never happens - though if it did I'd probably melt on the spot)
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外围体育投注I get the feeling the demographic here is a bit older and more "seasoned gay", or maybe I'm just projecting. I'm talking about a crowd that came out to Lost and Delirious, Better than Chocolate, But I'm a Cheerleader, and If These Walls Could Talk 2, that experienced The L Word as recaps from AfterEllen dot com because Showtime was expensive af.
It's rough hearing about all the mess surrounding Ellen DeGenerous right now, since she seemed to be a really pivotal figure for anyone who was coming out in the late 90s/early 00s. I did comedy stuff in college and I studied her work and really liked her style. I feel like She holds a lot of meaning for other gay women who came out around the same time I did, but I also am old enough to understand that if you live long enough, you can see your heroes fall from grace. The last 10 years has seen Ellen sorta turn away from who she was to my younger gay self, and she has really just become this crappy Hollywood brand, so I'm not wholely surprised about this news.
But there is a small part of me, a whisper of my babygay self from 2003, that maybe morns for who she used to be to our culture? Anyone else?