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As you get to know her better, bring up the topic of homosexuality, to see how she feels about gays and lesbians, if she knows anyone gay or bisexual or if she’s ever been attracted to a girl herself.
Check out these tips for talking about being lesbian or bisexual with your friends.
By coming out and talking openly about yourself, you give her permission to do the same in her life.
You also give her permission to view you as a potential dating partner, if she is lesbian or bisexual or bicurious herself.
As you get to know her better, you’ll sense if there is chemistry between you.
Then you will have a better sense if you should ask her out or not.
So, don't be afraid to take your time, take it slow and get to know someone before you take the You also might want to see if there is a gay/straight alliance or gay youth support group in your area.
At age 16, a lot of people may not have thought much about their sexual orientation, who they are attracted to and who they want to date.
Chemistry will happen if you find yourselves sitting close to one another a lot, touching a hand or arm when talking, holding hugs for a bit longer than you do with other friends, or looking into each other's eyes for long moments. Sure, you're attracted to her, but does she reciprocate in a way that makes you feel she's attracted to you as well?
If so, this might be a good time for you to make the first move.
I understand the desire at age 16 to want to have a girlfriend, to ask someone out on a date and to have a boyfriend or girlfriend.
But truly, the best relationships often start out as friendships.
I am a 16-year-old girl, a sophomore in high school and for two years now I have found my self attracted to males and females.