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Dating is fun and can be very exciting. In order to make your way to the second, third, and fourth date, there are a few do’s and don’ts you need to make sure you consider.

4. Be Upfront and Open about Who You Are

Be upfront and honest about who you are. Not too many women, especially lesbian, are fond of women who are still in the closet and afraid of what their parents will say. If you are ashamed of what you are doing, then it’s clear that you have a lot of things you need to work on. There’s nothing wrong with being proud of who you are, regardless of how the media, your friends, and family may try to put a spin on things to make you feel less than. Be yourself and let your date know a little about you. You don’t have to tell her your life story from the time you were born until now, but it’s nice to know if your family does or does not approve of the lifestyle you choose to live. Essential factors such as family are one thing your date should know about before any other conversations occur. Your date may or may not be comfortable with the way your family handles your lifestyle, and the last thing you want to do is make her feel uncomfortable, and run for the hills.

3. Let the Past Burn

Yes, you may have been terribly hurt in the past, but don’t make your terrible ex-lover the focal point of your first date. You and your date can trade stories, but leave it at one ex. When you begin naming all the exes you have, it’s a good chance your date will get the wrong impression, and you will not have to worry about a second date.

2. Discuss Future Goals

There is nothing sexier than a woman who knows what she wants and how she is going to get it. When you have a good head on your shoulders, have self-motivation, and ready to take on the world, you are on the road to success, and every woman wants to be a part of the journey. No one wants a woman they have to support and care for throughout the entire relationship. If your date can match everything you have and bring many of the same things you do into the relationship, you are off to a great start.

1. Be Proud, but Not Self-Centered

It is one thing to be proud of your accomplishments, but don’t overdo it. Share some of your accomplishments with a smile, and leave it at that. Ask your date if she has any accomplishments she would like to share and move forward. There’s nothing worse than someone who is self-centered and only focused on the great things they have done.

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