Below are some questions pertaining to women who like other women, conveniently categorized. Have others send you random numbers (there’s 130 of them), or simply answer them yourself. Please reblog!
SEXUALITY & COMING OUT:
1. How do you define your sexuality?
2. What pronouns do you use to identify yourself?
3. At what age did you first suspect that you are sexually attracted to other girls?
4. At what age did you come to terms with your sexuality?
5. Did you have an “aha I like girls” moment or was it more of a gradual realization?
6. How did your sexuality make you feel before you came out?
7. How did you become comfortable with your sexuality?
8. At what age did you first come out?
9. Who was the first person you came out to? How did they take it?
10. Do your parents know about your sexuality?
11. How out are you?
12. Do you now identify as something different than when you first came out?
13. Was anyone surprised when you came out or did people seem to already know?
14. Has coming out lost you any friends?
15. How soon after meeting someone do you usually tell them about your sexuality?
16. How difficult do you find it to sympathize with straight women?
17. Have you ever wished you were completely straight?
18. Agree or disagree: Everyone is at least a little bit gay.
19. If you are not a lesbian, about what percentage of the time do you find yourself attracted to other girls?
20. Do you think it is possible to be a true 50/50 bisexual, or is the percentage always skewed towards one gender?
21. How often do you find yourself trying to sneak a peek or stare at a cute girl?
22. How accurate is your gaydar?
RELATIONSHIPS & DATING:
23. What is your current relationship status?
24. What is the longest relationship you’ve been in? Are you still with that person?
25. Do you remember anything about the first time you kissed another girl?
26. Are you a virgin? If not, what gender did you lose your virginity to?
27. What is your ideal first date?
28. What personality trait are you most attracted to?
29. How flirty are you?
30. Would you ever want to get married, if not already?
31 Do you want have children someday?
32. Would you ever want to give birth?
33. How often are you asked if you have a boyfriend?
34. Have you ever liked or dated a girl with the same name as you?
35. Have you ever been on your period the same time as a girlfriend?
36. Have you and a girlfriend ever been mistaken for sisters?
37. Have you ever been in a long distance relationship?
38. Have you ever dated a guy?
39. Has a girl ever dumped you for a guy? Have you?
40. Has another girl ever hit on you?
41. Have you ever had a crush on a straight girl?
42. Have you ever had a crush on a woman who’s significantly older than you?
43. Would you ever date a trans woman?
44. Have you ever had a profile on a LGBT dating website or app?
45. Where do you think is the best place to meet a potential lover?
46. Do you consider yourself a hopeless romantic?
47. Have you ever cut your hair super short? If not, would you ever want to?
48. Is your nose pierced?
49. What is your opinion on septum/bull nose piercings?
50. Do you have any tattoos? If so, of what and where?
51. How muscular are you?
52. Are you or have you ever been a tomboy?
53. Have you ever been told that you don’t look gay, or that you’re too pretty to be gay?
54. Have you ever been mistaken as a dude?
55. Do you wear skirts and dresses? If so, how often?
56. Do you wear high heels? If so, how often?
57. How much jewelry do you typically wear?
58. How much makeup do you typically wear?
59. How often do you wear a bra?
60. How often do you wear flannel?
61. Have you ever worn a suit?
62. Do you wear any shoes such as combat boots, Doc Martins or Timberlands?
63. Do you carry a purse?
64. Do you wear any hats such as snapbacks or beanies?
65. Have you ever worn any men’s clothing?
66. Have you ever dressed in complete drag?
67. Have you ever shared clothes with a girlfriend?
68. If you want to get married, do you think you will wear a dress?
69. Who is your favorite LGBT celebrity?
70. Have you ever watched The L Word?
71. Have you ever watched Will & Grace?
72. Have you ever watched RuPaul’s Drag Race?
73. How well do you feel LGBT women are portrayed on television?
74. Do you listen to any LGBT musicians (i.e. Tegan & Sara, Melissa Etheridge, Chely Wright, Elton John, Sam smith, George Michael, Adam Lambert)?
75. Do you watch any LGBT YouTubers?
76. Do you have a favorite LGBT themed movie?
77. Do you have a favorite LGBT themed blog or website?
78. Do you read any LGBT magazines?
79. Have you read any LGBT themed literature? If so, do you have any recommendations?
80. Is there such a thing as “good” lesbian porn?
THIS OR THAT:
81. Boobs or butts?
82. Beer or wine?
83. Ellen or Portia?
BEING (SOMEWHAT) RANDOM:
84. How much do you like cats?
85. Have you ever been to a gay bar or a gay club?
86. How many LGBT friends do you have?
87. Do you have any LGBT relatives?
88. Have you ever used any words (or variations of) such as lesbian, queer, gay, or homosexual as a password?
89. How outdoorsy are you?
90. Have you ever driven an SUV, Jeep, or pickup truck?
91. How many rainbow items do you own?
92. Have you ever celebrated National Coming Out Day (Oct. 11)?
93. Have you ever participated in the National Day of Silence?
94. Have you ever attended a GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) type of club?
95. Have you ever attended a PFLAG (Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meeting?
96. Have you ever attended a gay or lesbian wedding?
97. Have you ever been part of a softball team?
98. Do you skateboard or longboard at all?
99. Do you play any video games?
FROM 1-10, HOW ATTRACTIVE ARE:
100. Muscular women?
101. Women who wear glasses?
102. Women who are covered with tattoos?
103. Women who are covered with piercings?
104. Curvy/plus-sized women?
105. Women with short hair?
106. Highly intelligent women?
107. Tall women (i.e. around 1.83 meters/6 feet or taller)?
108. Masculine/butch women?
109. What does equality mean to you?
110. Do you consider yourself a feminist?
111. Do you eat meat at all?
112. Are you religious at all?
113. Americans: Did you vote for Hillary Clinton?
114. How do you feel when platonic female friends refer to each other as girlfriends?
115. How do you feel when people use the word gay to mean things such as stupid, dumb, boring, or idiotic?
116. Are you comfortable with terms such as lezzie, lesbo, dyke, homo, or tranny?
117. What are your views on gender identity and bathroom use?
118. Do you have any opinions on LGBT people in the military?
119. Have you ever been called a gay slur?
120. Have you ever been queer bashed?
121. Have you ever been discriminated against because of your sexuality or gender identity? If so, please explain.
122. Does it really get better?
123. Americans: How did you feel on June 26, 2015?
124. How accepting of LGBT people is the city/community you live in?
125. Have you ever tried to “pray the gay away”?
126. How annoyed are you with how heteronormative society is?
127. What LGBT stereotype do you most disagree with?
128. Is there anything about the LGBT community that you wish you knew before coming out?
129. What advice would you give to a girl who is struggling to figure out her sexuality?
130. What advice would you give to a girl who is struggling to come out?
y'all today i went on a date with this girl and we drove like 40 minutes north and went hiking and then when she was dropping me back off, we went to visit the tallest building in atlanta and it was so fun and cute
You laid back on your bed flipping aimlessly through another boring fashion magazine. It was a torrential downpour in New Jersey so that left little to nothing to do for you and your outdoorsy boyfriend, Grayson. He was laid out beside you, nestled comfortably against your side with his head rested on your shoulder. You traced small patterns across his clothed back, occasionally running your fingers through his soft brown hair.
“I’m so bored.” He said with a loud sigh.
“Me too.” You replied back, your tone was flat.
“We should do something.” Grayson said, nudging his leg against yours.
“Something like what? It’s my day off from my shitty job that you know stresses me out and the weather sucks. I just want to relax.”
Grayson was quiet for a moment.
“If it’s stress that you’re worried about I think I could take some of that away for you.”
You walk on by my house I wanna call out your name. I wanna tell you how beautiful you are from where I’m standing. You got me thinking what we could be ‘cause… I keep craving, craving, you don’t know it but it’s true can’t get my mouth to say the words they wanna say to you.
In my dreams, you’re with me. We’ll be everything I want us to be and from there - who knows?
Erik looked at you from his window; you were smiling while playing with the kids. Erik looked down and shook his head, he kept on telling himself that you were too good for him and that he would never have a chance to tell you how much he loves you.
Erik fell for you right when he laid eyes on you for the first time, he clearly remembers that day when Charles brought you back to the mansion and he caught a glimpse of you, how your hair swished when you walked and how your eyes shine when you talked about what you loved.
The whole “boyfriend twin” phenomenon can be explained by a few factors that have pretty much nothing to do with narcissism and aren’t unique to gay people:
Members of a couple tend to be equally attractive. Keeping in mind that while tastes differ, for most people they don’t tend to differ that much, people will seek out a maximally attractive partner, and will avoid dating people less attractive than themselves. Thus, most people end up with someone roughly as attractive as themselves. This is not as easily noticed with straight people, because different features are considered attractive in men and women.
In reality, opposites don’t attract. At least not as often as the saying might imply. People will often seek out a partner who enjoys the same activities as they do, who is part of the same subculture, has similar tastes, etc. These similarities often impact how people dress and groom themselves. Again, this is not as easily noticed with straight people, since a straight couple who have similar tastes in fashion and style will still most often end up dressing differently because most clothing is gendered.
People model themselves after what they find attractive. If you like something in other people, very often you will want that same quality for yourself. Once again, this is not as noticeable with straight people, largely because of the gendered nature of appearance and behavior. If you’re a guy who likes, say, outdoorsy girls, you might like some of those qualities for yourself, and might get more involved in different “outdoorsy” activities like hiking and camping. Or if you’re a girl and you admire a particular guy, you might find yourself emulating his positive character traits, like honesty or outgoingness or whatever. But if you’re straight you probably won’t start wearing clothes or grooming your facial/body hair like the kind of guy/girl you find attractive. But with gay people, this is very much a thing that can happen - if you’re a girl and you think some girls are hot, why wouldn’t you want to look like them?
Couples tend to look more similar over time.Again, this is just not as easily noticeable with straight people. We mainly see it with caricatures of old couples. Generally with straight people it will mainly happen due to lifestyle factors, like level of fitness or their shared mannerisms. But gay couples can end up wearing each other’s clothes, going to the same hair stylist, using the same makeup, and their expressions and mannerisms will transfer much more directly since there isn’t the kind of behavioral barrier like there is between straight men and women.
So, now you can see that simply by seeking out someone you find attractive, seeking to emulate what you find attractive because it’s attractive, dating someone who shares common interests with you and simply spending lots of time with them can result in “boyfriend twin” or “girlfriend twin” type situations.
🌟Papa Emeritus I - Are you religious/spiritual? 🌟Papa Emeritus II- What is your deepest, darkest fantasy? 🌟Papa Emeritus III- What is your sexuality? 💧Water Ghoul - Are you afraid of open bodies of water? 💧Mist Ghoul - Do you like foggy and cool mornings? 🔥Fire Ghoul - What really ignites the fire in you? What is your passion? Ω Aether Ghoul - Would you do anything to achieve what you want, even if it may hurt those closest to you? 🌱Earth Ghoul - Do you like the outdoors? Are you an outdoorsy, or indoorsy person? 🌀Air Ghoul - Are you a quiet person, or a well-spoken person?
Summary: Follow-up to White Wedding and Flexibility. Cas takes you out to his favorite spot in the middle of the woods. Based on the song “First of May” by Jonathan Coulton.
Warnings: Super fluffy smut.
A/N: Sorry this took so long. It was supposed to be posted May 1st, but it… wasn’t. Cas’ character is based on Endverse!Cas. Feedback is always welcome and if you’d like to be added to my everything tag list, send me an ask or DM.
You looked out the car window and only saw tall trees. “Cas, where the hell are we?”
Cas didn’t take his eyes off the dirt road; he only smiled and reached over to squeeze your hand. “We’re almost there.”
He finally stopped the car and casually stepped out to grab his backpack from the trunk. “It’s this way.”
As you guys saw, I went camping this weekend and this was my book of choice. My review is up on Goodreads, but I absolutely loved it! This book really struck some chords in me and I’m so glad I chose to read it outdoors. Do you guys like outdoorsy things like camping and hiking?
summary/request ; hey girl! could you please do a justlex imagine based off the song take me home by jess glynne?? - daddyrossbutler
word count ; 1,800
character count ; 9,644
estimated reading time ; 6 minutes, 33 seconds
warnings ; angsty.
author’s note ; i’ve decided that most of my imagines are going to be au, meaning that hannah and jeff are alive but she still sent the tapes but changed them a bit so there was an extra one saying “and this is why i didn’t kill myself” and everyone (except bryce, courtney and marcus) apologised and became friends and everyone’s happy.
Italics are memories
Wrapped up, so consumed by all this hurt If you ask me, don’t know where to start Anger, love, confusion
1, 2, 3, 4, 5. No matter what he did, Alex couldn’t fall asleep. He didn’t know what it was, maybe it was new sheets he had, maybe it was the annoying buzzing sound coming from his tv, or maybe, and most likely, it was the missing body of a certain Justin Foley.