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    But I'm a girl, albeit bi curious.

    I get on with the company of guys more than girls and often hang out with them, but I seem to be checking girls out a lot now and become infatuated with them. But this lady who I work with - I get on with her so well and everything and she's definitely my type but... I can't be sure. I don't want to screw up with things between us too. Don't know how I can find out about her and what she wants! Much harder than with guys that's for sure
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    I thought this thread was entitled "Licking a lady at work".

    I am gravely dissapointed.

    Also, are you posting this just to let us all know, or was there a question?
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    Troll.
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    'Have you got a boyfriend?'

    Im sure the reply will give you a good indication of whay way shes headed.
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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    I thought this thread was entitled "Licking a lady at work".

    I am gravely dissapointed.

    Also, are you posting this just to let us all know, or was there a question?
    It could be if we convince her...
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    If I was trolling, surely I would've made it more porn-like?

    The question is - should I make a move, or try and find out what orientation she is - I know she doesn't have a boyfriend, but that's not proof enough is it. I was wondering if anyone has had this problem before and how they overcame it? There's no LBGT forum here, I think.
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    lolllllll I thought it said licking too

    Damn!!
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    This is really tricky, I know some of my female friends who have been in this situation and they basically tried to extract hints from their crush about how they felt about women and sex and relationships via conversation. From that they could gauge either that the person was either totally not gay/bi, possibly gay/bi, or at least open minded enough to be worth asking out...

    I'm not very subtle so I wouldn't have a clue how to work this naturely into a conversation, perhaps start chatting about female celebs/musicians you like and make a comment about their appearance?
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    I have an idea - Tell her you're a lesbian. If she says "I am too" then well, there you go. If she just says ok then moves on then she might be a lesbian. If she's like "Oh right cool! So do you/have you had a girlfriend? Do you fancy ___? " She's definitely straight.

    Doesn't test whether she's definitely gay, but still.
 
 
 
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