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Michelle Brock(Certified Life Coach & Hypnotist)answered(10/10/2012)I completely agree with Mariel, dating is dating. But, your question makes me wonder what is going on here on a deeper level. What exactly do you feel you need advice on? How to approach your date? How to discern which women may be interested? And then, once you do find yourself on a date with her, are you wanting to know how to relate to her, connect with her? Get her in bed? Are you looking to explore something sexually? Or, do you want someone you can fall in love with? Are you looking to find a woman who will be your life partner? You see, this question is not simple- dating is a deeply complex practice, regardless of gender. I would start by reviewing your fears- be honest with yourself. Because of your question, I am assuming you are not super experienced with dating women. Is this attraction something you are just stepping into? Do you fear rejection? What are your fears here? And then, it is also important to be clear with yourself on what it is exactly that you are looking for. Do you seek a relationship? Or, are you just looking to have fun? Explore? You will attract to yourself what you are seeking subconsciously, so it is important to do this inner work with yourself first. In my opinion, dating is a way to find out more about who you are and what you are looking for in a partner. This process can be fun and exciting, as long as you are clear with yourself and what you are projecting. And, at the end of the day, dating is about allowing yourself to be vulnerable. This takes courage, but it is through acts of courage that we find the things in life that are beautiful and worthwhile.
Mariel Hemingway(Actress, Author, Health & Wellness Expert)answered(10/8/2012)Since no one is answering you question... i have a question, isn't it similar to dating in general? if you like someone you ask her out. If she is interested she will go if not then you move on. Be subtle and honest.
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Itsthequietonesanswered(10/16/2012)From someone who just recently (and honestly, unexpectedly) came out of the closet as a bisexual, I just want to say that I completely agree with the "dating is dating" mantra going on here, but I understand that you have questions about something you're unfamiliar with. It's not much different than being a young girl wondering what it's like to date boys, and turning to an another woman for advice.
When it comes to dating girls, be yourself! The same dating rules apply to girls as guys, because girls are people too. We want to be treated with respect, we don't want to be lied to, and we all have different goals (to get laid, be in a relationship, etc.). You just have to make sure you know what you both want and that it's clearly expressed.
In the end, just make sure it's healthy and that you're happy.