Please help ... I have a female
friend, A, who dresses like a guy and truth be told ... looks extremely hot as
guy ... I noticed that from the first time we met, she was hitting on and sort
of flirted with me ... I was at first puzzled until i realised she is a lesbian.
She continued on and on my part I continued on to be her friend...I don not
know how to react around her ... she looks way hot as a guy and I could have be
sure I almost fell in love with her ... However, I am actually straight and I
still like guys.
Then this friend recently hooked up with another one
of my friend, B, who is also a lesbian. Now this B who hooked up with A, also
has previously taken an interest in me ... So, now as both of them are together,
they are still hitting on me ... not so obvious though but somewhat light flirtations
... in front of each other...
Recently, I noticed the flirtations grow
lesser and eventually stopped.They stopped flirting with me in front of each other
... I believe one or the other got jealous...( B was very jealous - I believe
she stopped A who especially excessively flirts with me).
Now, it is even
worst ... Because they perhaps have reached some sort of agreement between themselves
to behave in front of me .... I could almost feel them acting everytime when we
go out ... I felt frustrated as we are friends but due to what happen .... everything
was restricted ... we each couln't be ourselves ... I even need to be careful
around them as I don't want them to end up fighting with each other because of
Now ... both of them is flirting with me behing each other's back
... Please help! I am in desperation! I want them to feel comfortable with me
... I don't want our friendship to be acted out ...
really flatter yourself .... and you aren't really a good friend to either, are
You find the fact they they are lesbian to be endlessly fascinating, and
you love the attention. But part of you seems to be frightened.
be clear; it takes two to flirt, and you've encouraged this attention - or it
would not have got out of control. And now you feel it's all about you!
they are taking it in turns to wind you up, and that's probably no more than you
If you value friendship, be a friend; be honest, don't be a tease.
lesbianism turns you on, frightens you, or simply arouses your curiosity, then
why not talk about it? You have two experts close at hand.
Talk to them!