Newspapers and local magazines are a veritable treasure trove of resources.
These publications nearly always have a personals section where you can find contact info and short bios on others looking for lesbian dating relationships.
Even if you don't meet anyone here who strikes your fancy, you're bound to make some new friends which should help you expand your horizons.Bios can help you narrow the dating field to people who might enjoy the same hobbies that you do, or who share some other mutual interests which can increase your chances for compatibility in the long run.Publications will also feature articles on the best night spots, restaurants and other hang outs with a fun and open atmosphere. Try social networking sites like Facebook or My Space to build your online presence. Gay Friend Finder.com, the leading personals network for gays and lesbians, is another option.It’s an age-old question, and one that causes all of us anxiety at some point as we look at the bill sitting on the table and wonder if we should grab it … But offering is the right thing to do (and being prepared to follow up with you pay for your half, your beautiful illusion of a girl-in-shining-armor might be tarnished on the spot.For instance, I was out with a woman once, and it came time to pay the check.