The Best Lesbian Dating Sites

The Best Lesbian Dating Sites

by yasmau

For the record, I’m definitely not an expert when it comes to the finer points of courtship, but I’ve lived long enough to hear some sage advice.

Sure, the inherent risks of online dating can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be scary. By learning the basic fundamentals, you’ll be more comfortable and better able to make a great first impression—even online. (Having said that, I’m a big believer that if you strike out with a potential suitor, don’t be down about it. A wise friend once told me that rejection is a part of life, and if you don’t try, you’ll never have a chance to succeed.)

On the other hand, being a productive, happy, and fulfilled person is all about reaching out and connecting with other people. Instead of doing all the work yourself and waiting for the phone to ring, put yourself out there by setting up a profile, posting a few interesting messages, and maybe even taking some classes. Use these tips to make yourself more attractive to the other person, and, in turn, more attractive to yourself.

5 Simple Tips to Make a Good First Impression on a First Date

First impressions are important, so you should always approach the first date with a positive and confident attitude.

Like it or not, the first impression you make is essentially the most important. It often sets the tone for your entire first date, so it pays to be mindful of your behavior and how others perceive you.

However, it’s not just about you. If you approach your date with a lot of confidence and ensure that you are dressed appropriately, you will enhance your chances of making a good impression—it can’t hurt.

Having that confidence is a life skill, but not one that should be acquired over a few drinks. You need to approach your first dates with practice and be ready for a series of “failures” that might occur on your first date.

Finally, your physical appearance plays a role, too. Always know your style—you can’t go wrong with classic or sophisticated attire. And don’t forget to do your research! Research the person you are about to date. Go out on their profile on a site like

Begin your pre-date rituals before you even get in your car. Find out as much as you can about the person you are about to meet. It’s hard to strike up a conversation at the end of a long day,
This dating guide will get you from nowhere to sweet, serendipitous dates—without the sweaty palms and sweaty pant legs. You’ll be a confident and sexy loner, in less than a month. Guaranteed.


When it comes to dating, do you want a fun night out or do you want something real? There is a difference, and it’s all in the early stages. You can go out and have some fun, but if you want to hook up, you need to be ready for a commitment.

Pre-dating means getting to know each other, really getting to know each other, before you go too far.

Get to know each other

The first step in any relationship is to get to know each other. Dating sites are great for this, but they usually put you in a group. Let’s be honest—we all know that even if a bunch of strangers do a blind date for us, nobody’s going to be sitting at the table with us for long. A personal contact is a good way to ease your way into your date’s life. You know the person for a short time—and they know you for a short time. The goal is to get them to get to know you.

The easiest way to start this is to connect on Twitter or Facebook. You can friend each other, or even just follow each other. After that, you can send your best friend (AKA your single bestie) a message on your behalf and put some time in finding a mutual friend. By connecting on this level, you’re really getting to know each other on a personal level. If you’re a writer, you might try to help them with their freelance projects. If you’re a musician, you can play a few songs for them on your guitar. These little things help the two of you connect.

Catch a show or go to an event

If you’re looking for a good time, go to a music, comedy, or cultural event. There are plenty of fun cultural events out there if you’re not really into going out.

When you go to an event, you’re creating some interest in a person that didn’t exist before. Once you two get together, you won’t have to even tell each other about the event you went to, and you’re about as comfortable as a guy who just told a girl he didn’t like her soup.

I go to all sorts of fun events