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Femme Lusting

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Femme Lusting last won the day on September 23 2017

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About Femme Lusting

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    Big Tease
  • Birthday 01/01/1977

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  • Music
    Regina Spektor, Leonard Cohen, Rachmaninoff, opera, Beethoven, Kate Bush, Pink Floyd
  • Location
    Los Angeles
  • Interests
    Beautiful and intelligent women, especially women in science, education, and music. Playing and writing music. Deep conversations.
  • Favourite Book
    The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins, Wuthering Heights, Lolita, Stranger in a Strange Land
  • Favourite Film
    Boyhood, Flash Gordon, and many others

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  1. Femme Lusting

    Who's out who's in

    I treat my bisexuality as a personal thing and am neither planning to come-out nor trying to keep it a secret. There hasn't been a need to come out to anyone other than to my husband (who already knew years before I ever said anything). However, if a friend or a family member asks, I'll tell them the truth.
  2. Femme Lusting

    L Word Revival -- it's happening!

    In case you missed it, Showtime has secured an 8 episode revival of The L Word... ...and yes, Shane and Alice will be in it. https://tvline.com/2019/01/31/the-l-word-revival-series-order-showtime/
  3. Femme Lusting

    LA vs NY kids edition

    A meetup sounds great! Yes, please keep me posted.
  4. Femme Lusting

    LA vs NY kids edition

    Regarding that Free Fallin' video, I remember being 12 years old and feeling secretly "lesbian" for that hot skateboarding girl.
  5. Femme Lusting

    LA vs NY kids edition

    Here's another good song about Southern California, specifically the San Fernando Valley area (aka, "The Valley") where I grew up. The video shows footage of the area, some bygone era scenery and some timeless. Beautifully written song. Free Fallin' by Tom Petty:
  6. Femme Lusting

    LA vs NY kids edition

    I haven't had the chance to watch the videos you posted, and I can't contribute to the sports discussion (I'm completely out of touch with spectator sports). However, here's a classic song that is very Los Angeles: LA Woman by The Doors
  7. Femme Lusting

    What American accent do you have?

    Does this forum allow us to post sound clips? I think it would be fun to hear each other's voices. I have a typical California accent, and naturally to me, it's the most unimpressive sound -- but, it still feels good to be regarded as "exotic" . I think California English is very much represented in media because of Hollywood, and because of that, I have a feeling this is the American accent most people are exposed to. When I hear other dialects, such as East Coast, Southern (ya'll), and Midwest (yous) American, it's as if my ears are tasting other regional flavors. By the way, contrary to the first video, I pronounce the "t" (and not like a "d") in words such as: inTernational, denTist, buTTon, etc. However, like Stewie from Family Guy, I'm the kind of weirdo who pronounces the "h" in the Cool Whip.
  8. I have learned a lot from discussions here on this sub-forum, especially from polyamorous women. I have not been with a woman, so when I imagine being with one, my first concern on dating a single woman is the scenario where she wants more in a relationship than I can give considering my (very committed) marriage. My ideal poly relationship is a "Z" shaped, 4 person arrangement with a married/committed woman (bi or gay), where neither of us have sexual/romantic relations with each other's partners. No threesomes. No swinging. However, regardless of whether she is single or married, the basic understanding must be set upfront that we are each other's secondary mate, and that my husband will always be my #1. I have been warned this can fall apart if the expectations are not properly communicated. I could be wrong, but I have a feeling this arrangement is more challenging while dating single woman.
  9. @Blueheaven5, thank you for sharing, and thank you @BiTriMama for the advice. I have the same hesitation towards attending lesbian meetups. Perhaps, one day I'll get over being a coward and build up enough courage to go to one. I promise to report back here if I do, and we'll compare notes
  10. Femme Lusting

    Vibes

    BiFi - I like that! I'm going to start using it.
  11. Before ShyBi, I used to think... I'd have an easier time understanding women because I am a woman. I regret to admit I am inept at the very basics of interactions between women.
  12. Femme Lusting

    How did you meet her?

    @Iamme, I feel your pain... I really do! What you've vented on is the exact reason why I started this discussion. Dating is extra challenging for bi women, and by posting this topic, I hope to be inspired by their success stories. Like you, most bisexual dating sites/apps I've come across appeal more to people who are looking for threesomes, which is a complete deal-breaker for me. As for the women-only (lesbian and bisexual women) sites/apps I've perused, I find very few bisexual women, and even fewer lesbians open to dating bisexuals (reasons for which I understand and respect). Perhaps we can get somes clues on meeting that special women from the responses here on this discussion.
  13. I'm from California which is pretty much a treasure trove for LGBTQ people. Take a road-trip along the West Coast, and you'll catch a good number of notable places. Starting from the South and travel Northbound: San Diego, Los Angeles (particularly, the very gay West Hollywood), Santa Barbara, and then the must see gayest city in the world: San Francisco (especially the Castro District). You can also continue further along the coast to the other two coastal states: Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington -- both very bi friendly. Other states I've visited with points of interest for gay and bi women: Massachusetts -- Boston is the most educated, most liberal, and most woman empowered city I've visited. Everything in that city screams: "We love women!" New York -- New York City and its famous landmarks. This state is like California's sister-from-another-mister. New Mexico -- Santa Fe is the most enchanting place I've visited. Architecture, landscape, Native American folk art, and many other things that influence artists... you know what you get when you attract artists. Queer people!
  14. How did you married (or committed) ladies meet your girlfriend? Do tell, Heather wants to know
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