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Two women come together and say they are in love. These are two hormone filled creatures loving each so how does it work out. Well with two women you can expect a lot of emotion, a lot of crying and a lot of worrying.

Olympic crying

Get ready for an onslaught of feelings, girls! You will find new and interesting reasons to be emotional, and therefore take crying to new levels. Cry because she’s the one. Cry because you’re not sure she’s the one. Cry because you’re drunk and her smile is so beautiful. Cry because she’s the only person who understands you. Cry because even after four months, she still doesn’t fully understand you. Cry because she’s fucking you too hard but you don’t want to ruin the moment. Cry because she’s crying. Really, the possibilities are endless.

Chronic worrying

Your laid-back nature will suddenly give way to irrational paranoia and gnawing self-doubt. You will begin to worry constantly, about everything: what she’s doing when she doesn’t answer your texts (even though you know she’s in for the night), what she meant when she said “I really need to concentrate on my work right now,” and why it’s 2:30 a.m. and she isn’t back from that “talk” with her ex yet. You will question everything – yourself, your relationship, your life choices, whether you’re even gay – and freak out accordingly

Sourced from:http://thoughtcatalog.com/mila-jaroniec/2011/09/10-things-that-happen-in-a-lesbian-relationship/

Lesbian relationships have rules. There is no man or woman, just two women who love each other. Cheating is cheating whether you do t online or wink.


When it comes to lesbian relationships, one of the top rules in a lesbian relationship is that there are no gender definitions. Just because I work outside of the home and my partner works inside the home, doesn’t mean that I am suddenly the ‘man’ in the relationship. It just means that I work outside and she works in. There aren’t automatically roles that lesbian relationships follow, it depends on the participants.


Also, not every relationship has a butch lesbian and a femme lesbian. Truthfully, a lot of people have that misconception about lesbians and it’s simply not true. In my relationship, we are just us, regular people who happen to love one another. I am not a femme or a butch and neither is my partner.

Sourced from:http://love.allwomenstalk.com/rules-in-a-lesbian-relationship-people-dont-understand

The misconception list continues growing larger. Many people assume that lesbians cannot stand the sight of men or dating the same gender is easier.

Lesbians hate men. Actually, I find that often the opposite is true. A lot of gay women I know have a ton of guy friends and find that they get along with dudes as well as with chicks. I like checking out girls and my straight lady friends aren’t so interested in doing that. I feel very comfortable with my guy friends because they don’t care about how I look and don’t gossip to nearly the same degree. That said, I am very, very close to some of my female friends. There is definitely a very special bond between people of the same gender.

Being gay is easier than being straight because you’re dating someone who is the same gender as you. I wish this were true, but it isn’t. Guys complain that girls are impossible to figure out and I agree. I don’t understand my own emotions and feelings half the time, let alone another woman’s. Oh yeah, and if you think having sex with someone who has the same parts as you is easier, you’re wrong there too. You know how it’s easy to put mascara on yourself but not on someone else? Yeah, it’s kind of like that.

Sourced from:http://edition.cnn.com/2010/LIVING/personal/03/02/tf.misconceptions.about.lesbians/