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Author: snakeskin Subject: Help!
Sally35
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posted on 06-28-2004 at 11:15 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Help!

I've never acted on my bisexuality. Never met a lady who interested me that much. I have now. She's a lady from work that has become a pretty close friend. We clicked from the start. I think we've both been wondering about each others sexuality. We call each other every day; sometimes several times a day. There's always a lot of very intimate eye contact. And there's been a lot of casual comments that could be played off as a joke if neccessary. We recently spent a weekend together.

At dinner the first evening, she and I sat opposite each other. During the meal, I felt her foot make contact with mine under the table. It was sort of prolonged, and then she moved her foot. I really felt some electricity, so I decided to return the favor. I preseed my foot against her, and gave a little gently pressure, then relaxed, but didn't completely break contact. She responded. Our eyes just locked, and she nodded as if to say yes. I did the same. This continued through the meal, and happened again twice more during the trip. It's been a week since then, and I don't know how to take it to the next level. First things first. I'm very much out of my element with this. Based on what I've written here, do you girls think she and I were really giving each other a strong signal? Or could it just be wishful thinking on my part? If she was flirting with me, but like me, has no idea how to go forward, what can I do? I'm quite certain that if she is bi, like me, she's never expressed it. How can I take things forward without just coming straight out with it? HELP! I'd certainly appreciate a little advice.
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snakeskin
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posted on 07-01-2004 at 10:09 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
it's better to wait

I think I'd wait till the two of us were alone together in neutral territory and then bring up sexuality in a round about way to see what she thinks and means.
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