Dating Rules For Lesbians
Blog | June 3, 2015
Is there any real protocol to Lesbian dating? Who should make the first move? Who should pay the bill on the first date? Do I invite her in? When is it okay to kiss her? The truth is there are no definitive answers to any of these questions but; here are some rules to help you along the way.
Making the First Move
• There is no right or wrong answer for who should make the first move. If you are dancing around asking each other out and flirting with each other at the local Starbucks where you pick up your coffee every morning it is time to make a move and go for it and ask her out. If you are the one doing the asking then the rule of thumb is if you ask her out you pay the dinner tab. If she does the asking then it is fine to let her pay the tab. Going Dutch or offering to pay half is always acceptable however, don’t expect her to offer if you have done the asking and at the same time it is okay to let her pick up the bill if she has done the asking. If all the signs are there that she is waiting for you to kiss her goodnight then go for it, if she turns her cheek she just is not that into you.
Getting to Know Each Other
• It is very important to take your time and get to know each other and not rush into anything. Yes; you are totally infatuated with each other and the chemistry is very powerful but; it is important to take your time and make sure you are compatible to ensure the longevity of the relationship. You want to know your partner inside and out before you commit to any relationship.
Where to Spend the Night
• When you are at the point in your relationship of deciding whose place to spend the night at you should be close enough to have all lines of communication open and have a discussion about it. It really should not matter and your decision could be based on mere convenience as to whose place you happen to be closer to or whose is closer to work or where you may be going the next day. Make sure you discuss this and both of you are in agreement. It is important to make these decisions together and not assume because if this is what you prefer she will prefer it as well. The key to any successful relationship is open lines of communication.