5 Ways to Scare a Lesbian Away – Don’t mess up a good thing by making dating mistakes. Ladies, act this way and you’ll just scare the lesbians away…
This is dating rule 101. Besides things like belching, swearing or texting/talking on the phone during your date, ladies are taking note of how you treat others as well.
The self-portrait you present to the world comes into vivid focus in the way you treat people, even those with whom you have only fleeting contact: cab drivers, restaurant servers, department store clerks. If you are disrespectful, you should rethink your approach.
A big ego can be a real lady-killer. The more you brag about how much you make or how many women find you attractive, the less she will be interested. It is pretty easy to see when someone is over-compensating, so don’t try so hard.
It sounds cliché, but just be you. If she likes you, great – if not, then there is someone out there who will.
It is nerve wracking getting to know someone new, but the more you try to be light-hearted about the whole situation, the better – after all, it’s only a date. Keep in mind that sense of humour ranks as number one in what most women look for in a partner, so if you are too stiff, serious, or negative she will likely be turned off.
Many women seem to believe that they can prove their interest by chasing a woman down – calling, texting, emailing, and following up on each unanswered message with more. Of course, a lady could be flattered by all this attention, but that’s never how it works. Instead, you’ll seem desperate, socially inept, insecure or impatient. Not a flattering picture.
Bringing up Sex Too Soon
Yes, sex is an important part of a healthy relationship and sexual compatibility plays a vital role in building a long-term partnership. That’s all true, and it doesn’t matter. If you mention anything overtly sexual in your first few emails, phone calls, or dates, you’re going to be seen as a person who is fixated on sex.
The first thing she will do is filter out if you’re only interested in SEX. Most women believe that discussions of a sexual nature are best left for when you know each other better and certainly not during an email exchange.