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    I have had a crush on this boy since forever, and we are pretty good friends, and some people in my class have seen him staring at me in class. My best friend identified herself as a lesbian for quite a while now, and she told everyone that she is a lesbian, and not bi.
    However, she has asked him out on a date to prom, knwing that i have a crush on him. He didn't tell her yes but he didn;t tell her no either, so i'm not sure what to feel about it.
    Right now, i feel really betrayed by my best friend becasuei was planning to ask him out (since it was girls ask boys) and she knew it.
    Shall i still bother asking him out, becasue i really don't want to be rejected? And my friend is acting like nothing is even wrong with what she's doing.
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    Ask him yourself.

    Getting rejected is better than just sitting there doing nothing, never knowing what might have been.
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    I think you should still ask him out. If he didn't say yes or no, then you still have a chance to go with him to prom.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have had a crush on this boy since forever, and we are pretty good friends, and some people in my class have seen him staring at me in class. My best friend identified herself as a lesbian for quite a while now, and she told everyone that she is a lesbian, and not bi.
    However, she has asked him out on a date to prom, knwing that i have a crush on him. He didn't tell her yes but he didn;t tell her no either, so i'm not sure what to feel about it.
    Right now, i feel really betrayed by my best friend becasuei was planning to ask him out (since it was girls ask boys) and she knew it.
    Shall i still bother asking him out, becasue i really don't want to be rejected? And my friend is acting like nothing is even wrong with what she's doing.
    If the guy does accept he would be thinking it was strictly platonic because the girl is lesbian. You ask him out.
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    Let people know how you feel and this sort of thing won’t happen.
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    You can't 'steal' a person, it's up to him who he decides to date, you can't stake a claim on someone especially if you haven't even let him know you like him.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have had a crush on this boy since forever, and we are pretty good friends, and some people in my class have seen him staring at me in class. My best friend identified herself as a lesbian for quite a while now, and she told everyone that she is a lesbian, and not bi.
    However, she has asked him out on a date to prom, knwing that i have a crush on him. He didn't tell her yes but he didn;t tell her no either, so i'm not sure what to feel about it.
    Right now, i feel really betrayed by my best friend becasuei was planning to ask him out (since it was girls ask boys) and she knew it.
    Shall i still bother asking him out, becasue i really don't want to be rejected? And my friend is acting like nothing is even wrong with what she's doing.
    Either you're friend isn't gay or she is just mean. Ask him yourself if you can.
 
 
 
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