Most of my close friends are straight and I’m not in college yet so I’m a bit lonely. It can be so frustrating trying to make friends these days, even without the added pressure of being a lesbian.
Truthfully, people under 18 are desperately underserved because they’re not old enough for dating sites (which, my experience has led to mostly a collection of friends from those places – even though they’re targeted for romance), and when we do meet friends they’re often far away.
We aren't like gay men who shamelessly advertise incessant fabulous gay parties all over the Internet.
(Please, dear god, make me a gay man in my next life).
(Yep, this one’s true for the over-18 crowd, too.) When I was a teenager, there was a site specifically dedicated to this subgroup – the gay teen.
Sadly it has disappeared, but I probably never would have found the courage to come out if it wasn’t for a few friends I met on that site.
This matching system narrows the field from thousands of candidates to a select group of lesbian singles with whom you can build a relationship that lasts.
With a vast membership base of more than 45 million people and a wide range of features (all of which are high-quality and represent the absolute best we have come across in online dating of any kind), the chances of finding love, sex, affection, relationships and friendships here are better...
Unfortunately for us, when we decide we prefer riding the queer train and hop off at station “Girl-On-Girl,” there is no tour guide to greet us and lead the way (which is particularly sad, seeing as lesbians make for excellent tour guides).
It wasn't so long ago that I was a wide-eyed young gay hungry for the answers to a slew of my pressing questions about lesbian dating. We are taught the rules of the boy-girl dating game at an early age.
But girls are an entirely different kind of animal.
Women aren't a simple stroll in the park; women are an uphill climb in dangerous weather conditions. Also, lesbian culture, by nature, is extremely elusive.