Proper dating edicate
And while I think it is wrong for lesbians to leave their straight loves in the dust (probably due to the pressures of dealing with the ex hubby and new instant family with children), I also believe it is the responsibility of the married woman who chose to step out on her marriage with ANYONE be it gay or another man, to own it and woman-up. Yes you thought you loved this woman but evidently you were enamored with lust or something else because you did not give it enough time to find out if she was serious about you, or you did not give your relationship the respect to end it on YOUR terms and for the right reasons. And frankly I know some men who would do better, and that pains me to say.
I'm also guilty of grabbing the wrong water and wine glass at round tables. A friend noticed meeating pieces of bread when we were out to dinner without breaking it into smaller pieces first.
Then, you have a number of obnoxious behaviors such as mistreating servers ortrying to be cool by sending wine back even though you're not sure why you did it.
A friend of mine told me that ordering wine by the glass instead of by the bottle is a dealbreaker as well. When you're going out with someone for the first time, don't get too risky with your restaurant choice.
I couldn't argue, considering I didn't know who Emily Post was until I Googled her.
Apparently she's an expert on etiquette, so she'd have a field day with me.Is the Gay Girl only using that as an excuse to get out of a relationship she wasn’t that into to begin with? And I’m pretty sure at least some of you of guilty of doing this too, but tell us why you did it? Everyone’s first love is the hardest to get over, it may even be twice as hard with your first lesbian love. There are plenty of lesbians in the sea that won’t high tail it out of there at the first sign of commitment.