|Rating(1-10)||Knowledgeability = 10||Clarity of Response = 10||Politeness = 10|
|Comment||Alicia, I thank you so much for an insightful reply. What bothered me more than anything else was how after I helped send her so many job leads she just dropped out. She got what she needed and stepped. I felt betrayed. I'm a Christian so I can forgive her. However, her actions made me feel she is so focused on having a vain attitude about something I did to offend her (And at the time I had no idea of what I actually did) that it was damaging enough to over rule the love she had for making sure her sister got the help she needed. I felt she lacked the endurance that any temporary statements I may have unwittingly introduced into our communication was more important than receiving the help she needed for a life long bond sealed in permanent love for her sister who will always be in her life (But then again I guess she did get it right?)? Alicia, if I were going to push her away for her lesbian orientation I probably would have pretended I did not see her. I more likely would have kept walking past her. Yet, on a personal basis she never hurt me before; therefore, our childhood acknowledgement of one another superseded her sexual orientation. Maybe for the very reason of our gender differences: If she were a man more likely I would have walked right past the guy even though we grew up together, but because there was no reason to feel any traits of attraction laced either persona (Mine or hers) on a mutual basis we communicated. I'm attracted to straight women and she's attracted to what ever women, and that should be enough to cause anti-attraction inhibitors to materialized to neutralized the effects of any mutual attraction towards one another. Alicia, There is a polite and diplomatic way to say, "William I'm not the most religious person" or "I love kids but I doubt if I will want to ever have any" and I'll get the message (Although I was never attracted to her for those reasons). O' well... Alicia thanks again for your insight. Thank you. William|
I can answer questions about lesbian relationships, dating, coming out, what to do if you like someone who isn't a lesbian, and how to know if you or someone else is a lesbian. I am also willing to be a friendly ear to anyone who just needs someone to talk to-sometimes that is all we need.
I am a lesbian and have lived openly for over 15 years. I had to figure lesbian life out on my own because it wasn't socially acceptable when I came out. I belonged to gay clubs in college and have pretty much seen it all in the gay community. i am currently in a very happy lesbian relationship but I had to date a lot of toads before I found my princess. I've always been the advice giver for my friends. I just like to see people happy and talking to someone on the outside of the situation usually helps.
I volunteer for the local YMCA and served as a Big Sister until the local chapter ran out of money and closed.
I have an Associate's Degree in Humanities and a Bachelor's Degree in Speech Communications.