Veronica

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About Veronica

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    French Kisser
  • Birthday 04/30/1984

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  • Music
    I like everything minus country. Mostly oldies
  • Location
    NYC
  • Interests
    My 2 boys, Ice hockey, writing, reading
  • Favourite Book
    The Secret
  • Favourite TV Show
    The Office

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  1. Same here girl. Those power lesbians make me weak in the knees.
  2. Yeah. She was in relationships with women before she met her husband. And I recently told her I don't think I'm straight. Things are getting interesting lol
  3. I know. I'm tempted everyday; but I'm too scared to ruin our friendship. I give signs but can't outright say it. We're getting emotionally and physically closer as time goes by. I do talk to her about my attraction to women often, her as well.
  4. I love astrology! I've been getting into it more as of lately. I'm a Taurus, and every ex of mine is a Gemini. I've always been attracted to them for some reason. The men are very charming. most of my closest friends my whole life have been virgos. Honestly I don't have experience with a whole lot of signs, but instead have a lot of experience with maybe half the signs in the zodiac. I always said I wanted to marry a cancer, which I did by coincidence. I wanted a man who was emotional and in touch with his feelings. But that was a bad idea because he's sensitive over everything. We actually clash a lot since I'm very straightforward and honest. I have to walk on eggshells with how I say everything. i've never gotten along with my sister, who is Aquarius. My close friend who I'm in love with, my first real crush on a woman, is Aquarius as well. Well she's an Aquarius/Capricorn cusp, so I see both in her. Her and I get along really well. I love caps, but she reminds me of my dreaded sister at times, lol. They can both fly completely off the handle at the drop of a hat. My friend doesn't do it as much as my sister though. My 2 year old is an aqua, but I think he's too young to see a big personality yet. Other tauruses are great too. My 4 year old son and I clash often despite being very close. It's like we're both stubborn and have power struggles lol. He doesn't understand he's a child sometimes. you also have to take into account moon sign and Venus sign. I think they play a big role in your personality. I'm a Taurus moon and Aries Venus (explains why I'm a big tomboy and get along with men more as friends). what about you punk?
  5. The US bar has some threads with different regions and states in the country. I'm not sure if there has been a meetup, but you can look and maybe organize one. Where do you live?
  6. I'm pretty extreme-- I won't sleep with anyone no matter how good looking they are, unless I'm in a relationship and/or in love with them (and it takes me a long time to get there). I had a chance to sleep with a well known musician and turned him away. My friends thought I was crazy. I don't think many understand.
  7. Yes yes yes, she has helped tremendously. More to come. :-). And thank you so much for the kind words
  8. When I received the news that my aunt passed away of dementia at an early age, I shut down. She was the mother that I never had, and I didn't know how to handle her passing unexpectedly early. That, on top of a concussion from ice hockey, I felt like I was both emotionally and physically losing my mind. On my son's first day of camp last summer, I was simultaneously trying to not space out from my concussion and appear friendly to everyone who was seeing me. I was numb inside from the news of her death and in the early stages of grieving, but didn't want anyone seeing. Just like when I was a kid, I withheld emotion to appear as emotionally strong everyone knew I was. As I lifted my other toddler up the stairs struggling, she came over and extended her arms to offer me help as she was walking down. "I got you, don't worry," Y smiled at me. She always somehow knew when I was struggling; whether something was weighing on my mind or I was having trouble lifting two boys up the stairs having meltdowns. I was always that odd mom out among the moms in my son's class. She was the opposite: everyone gravitated towards Y and she stood among the big group of moms making jokes and being much more at ease that I am in a big group. Sometimes she would glance over and smile at me. I felt my heart flutter. I had never felt this about another woman, but there was something about her. Maybe her familiarity? I couldn't quite put my finger on it. A couple months earlier, we bonded over the fact that we were the only two moms in the class who were/are jocks. Y began talking about sports at the Mother's day party in the classroom. She asked the moms if they ever played any sports growing up. The room grew awkwardly silent until she looked at me and matter-of-factly told me she knew I did. I suppose there was no hiding it in my tomboy-ish clothing. I smiled and nodded as she smirked at me. A warmth filled my chest. "You bitch. Fuck you. Just get over it already," my husband told me three days after my aunt passed away. I leaned forward and buried my face in my hands. I sobbed, and for the first time in my life, I hoped he would notice. I never felt comfortable crying in front of anyone, but this time I wanted him to know just how badly he hurt me. He walked out and slammed the door. I was left to mourn my aunt's death all alone. I never talked about it with my family since we don't talk about these kind of things. A week prior I had seen my aunt in the hospital. I knew it would be the last time I would see her. I sat there at her bedside and cried; hiding the tears swelling in my face. She had been through an abusive marriage when she was younger, took care of her 4 children all three years within each other, on her own with just a high school education. I wish I could have asked her how she did it and if she could give me the strength the get through it. She passed away just as I made the revelation that her life was very similar to mine. The summer passed by in the blink of an eye while my husband and I were on better terms with him being home for the summer and not under the stress of teaching. This was a common cycle in our marriage after 9 years. The last day of camp rolled around and when I saw Y walking out. I ran up to her and apologized about never following through with making summer plans. She kept asking me over and over if I wanted to take our kids to the pool together, but I just kept saying I would get back to her. I told her my aunt passed away and I spent the whole summer grieving her. She was very sympathetic and understanding. There was that feeling in my chest again. I walked out of there smiling for the first time that summer.
  9. I watch L word and imagine I'm being a sub for Bette. I'd love to be dominated by a power lesbian like her. Haha
  10. But I think a common misconception is that those who identify as demisexual have a low sex drive. Anyone else out there feel like they're Demi but have a very high sex drive?
  11. For me, I need to connect with someone on a deep emotional level to have sex with them. I've never had a one night stand since the idea of sleeping with someone I don't know well turns me off. With the guys I dated (plus my husband when we started dating), I waited a few months before we had sex. I suppose some of it is trust issues because I could never tell if a guy wanted me or my body. It was kind of a test to see if they would stick it out.
  12. Same here. I recently read about this and it resonated every fibre of my body. Lol
  13. 20 years??? That's rough. I've liked my close friend for 9 months now and it's driving me crazy, lol. How do you deal with it? I feel very strong for her I just try to stuff it deep inside. I know, bad idea, because it always resurfaces one way or another.
  14. I see where you're coming from with wanting to make sure she's ok, but that could scare someone away. It took me a while to learn this, but I don't like to chase down people to keep in touch with them. It's a hard pill to swallow, I know, but if it's meant to be then she will reach out again.
  15. Hahaha you just described me to a T.