I’m not the “eww gross, a penis” type of lesbian, nor am I one of those lesbians who actively searches out straight girls to convert to my team. I don’t necessarily blend in, but I am not particularly threatening to those who are afraid of my people.
The other thing you should know about me is that almost all of my exes from the past 20 years are dating or married, to men.
I was a little tender nugget of a baby dyke that fell hard for pretty girls who would inevitably break my heart.
By my mid-20s, my “converting” reputation started to wane, mostly because I had lost one or two to the other side.
To give you an idea of how consistent I am, there are about 12 of them.
Some identified as lesbians when I met them, some identified as bisexual, and for some, I knew I was their cunnilingus one-hit-wonder.
."This is the type of awkward conversation I had regularly when I dated a bisexual man, except usually, I didn't speak up.
Since my ex was dating a straight woman (me), people just assumed he was straight, and when comments like that were made, I generally stayed silent.
I never actively searched out straight girls, and it is not my fault they put all of us in the same dorm.It’s not that I’m not okay with it outside of my personal life but when it comes to me and who I lay down with, I’m just not comfortable with it.” Amber said a full answer would require much more thought on the topic and that she will return to the subject on next week’s show.She also revealed that she is dating a new guy (who, we presume, is strictly heterosexual): “It’s amazing, it’s so good.She’d requested the separation, her husband was upset, and he had just moved out two weeks prior.I figured it was probably going to be a night of girl talk.