The following is the 2nd installment of a hilarious ongoing series by author and squirrel hunter (seriously) Amy Bronwen Zemser called "How to Thaw Your Unborn Child," about sperm donation and artificial insemination when you've got an acute case of lesbianism.
Catch up on Part 1 here, then continue below: When I lived in San Francisco in the nineties, my friend Michelle told me about a lesbian couple who were looking for frozen sperm together.
As for me I prefer it when a man asks me what I would like to do, just hope he is prepared for an answer LOLSimply tell her you would like her to choose or suggest where the two of you go. We can't read your minds and often defer to you out of courtesy if you are the one asking us out.
EDIT: I also disagree that all women think that if a man is not interested if he doesn't have a plan. I like it when a man offers or suggests for me to choose where we go.
At that time I was married to a man, and I thought Michelle was talking about some people who wanted to breed cocker spaniels.
It's quite another to come out at thirty-one after you have already come of age, published a book, snorted lines of cocaine in your living room with friends, and driven all the way to Crater Lake in a sedan with a carful of topless lesbians right after having sex with your husband.Questions start to flood your mind: Do I offer to pay?Did I do everything I could have to impress my date? Dates can be stressful, especially first dates, but by following some dating etiquette, a woman can relax and enjoy the experience. It all depends on how long you’ve been dating, and how far you are into the relationship.It was still harrowing to figure it all out so late in life.But not because I was necessarily nervous about telling my friends and family (although I was).I'm not good at social activities, so why does the girl always want me to choose the date activity?