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I never want to put out the wrong signals to coworkers, and I err on the side of keeping a safe but friendly distance. Her texts aren't overtly flirty, but they are intimate and feel more than friendly. Questions from lesbians have been pouring in ever since—lesbians apparently don't like being told who they may or may not ask for advice. We've worked together for a year and gotten very close. We stare at each other across the office, we text until late at night, and we go for weekend dog walks. Workplace Obsession Roiling Knowing-If-Nervous Gal Five weeks ago, a letter writer jumped down my throat for giving advice to lesbians despite not being a lesbian myself.
As for your rookie status, there are two examples of lesbians pining over rookies in this very column!
I'm a 40-year-old lesbian in Alabama, and I work with a woman I find impossible to resist.
The catch is she's 66, straight, and has two children.
Maybe she doesn't feel safe being out in your community.) If she's making out with you only because she's lonely and values your friendship and/or enjoys the ego boost of being your obsession, then you don't want to keep making out with her—for her sake (no one feels good after making out with someone they'd rather not be making out with) and for your own sake (those make-out sessions give you false hope and prevent you from directing your romantic and erotic energies elsewhere).
I'm a woman in my early 60s with a healthy lifestyle and an even healthier libido.
My partner won't stand up for me when I say no to this guy.
How can I get my partner to listen to me or get her jackass friend to leave me be?He is sexually experienced, but he's not open-minded.One thing he won't do is kiss me after I've swallowed his load.But he's better now, and his pushy behavior really gets to me.He texts her at all hours—and when he can't get in touch with her, he bugs me.I've never had a "straight" girl act like this toward me. Three weeks ago, I responded to a man whose coworker asked him if he might want to sleep with the coworker's wife—a coworker who was "not [his] boss"—and people jumped down my throat for entertaining the idea because it is NEVER EVER NEVER EVER okay to sleep with a coworker and/or a coworker's spouse. Your straight-identified workmate could be straight, or she could be a lesbian (lots of lesbians come out later in life), or she could be bisexual (most bisexual women are closeted, and others are perceived to be straight despite their best efforts to identify as bisexual)—and lots of late-in-lifers and/or closeted folks don't come out until some hot same-sex prospect works up the nerve to ask them out.